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Myles Goodwyn, the frontman and voice of the legendary Canadian band April Wine, returns to NL for two concerts scheduled for Gander (May 20th) and St. John’s (May 21st)  
When The Herald spoke to the legendary Myles Goodwyn he was just brewing his first coffee of the day. Taking the

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Newfoundland’s own Liam Hickey details his whirlwind experience at the 2022 Paralympic Games where he once again represented Canada in Para Ice Hockey
He has fast become one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s elite sporting talents. St. John’s native son Liam Hickey, who on March 25th celebrated his 24th birthday, is

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By: Mark Dwyer
A look back at 30 years of professional hockey in St. John’s and celebrating the local stars who gave fans plenty of reason to cheer
 
It’s been three decades since professional hockey arrived in the province’s capital, a sports journey that has embraced several franchises, two

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By: Russell Bowers
 
During the pandemic, across the world, healthcare professionals have lost their lives in their effort to preserve the lives of others. So, it is with some fortune that, as of this writing, no health workers have died in Newfoundland & Labrador due to COVID, a fact

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First published April, 2022
Glenn Stanford reflects on his 30 year involvement with professional hockey in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador
When Glenn Stanford stood on the ice at the Mary Brown’s Centre at the Growers Game against the Cincinnati Cyclones in early April, he drew a standing ovation.

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Nathan Noel
Nathan Noel is proud to be playing professional hockey in his home province. He says he is “really feeling the love” from the fans.  

“I think there’s a lot of support for our hometown guys on the team and for guys who have been here in

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Matteo Pietroniro
Matteo Pietroniro was born in Boise, Idaho, but the game of hockey has kept him well travelled. As for his stint with the Newfoundland Growlers? “So far so good,” he said with a laugh.  “You got to go to the hockey so you travel around everywhere but I

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Marcus Power
 Marcus Power doesn’t miss a beat. He’s excited for the playoffs and it shows.  “It’s exciting this time of year and it’s really fun to be a part of it. And we’re just hoping we can bring the (Kelly) Cup home again this year.” 
Power has been playing

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Orrin Centazzo
Orrin Centazzo has ‘it,’ whatever that ‘it’ is. The player from Marwayne, Alberta has been a hit with young hockey fans since day one and can often be found interacting – like handing over a puck or playing rock, paper, scissors – with kids at the plexiglass divider

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Todd Skirving: #15
Todd Skirving may have been born in Thunder Bay, Ontario, but after three seasons (one not played because of COVID) with the Growlers, he’s embraced Newfoundland as his home.  “This is kind of a second home to me. My heart’s here, so I like to think I’m

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Dean MacDonald of Deacon Sports & Entertainment (DSE), the parent company of the
Newfoundland Growlers Hockey Club, talks provincial pride, local players, people who come to the games, and what a win feels like after ‘takin’ the lumber’
The Newfoundland Growlers become the 10th franchise of the Canadian Elite

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