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
NHLer and former St. John’s Maple Leaf Kyle Wellwood shares his thoughts on hockey in NL, reflecting on the time he spent playing in this province
Kyle Wellwood and his brother Eric Wellwood have an interesting connection to both hockey and Newfoundland.
While Eric is the current coach of the
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
Hockey Hall of Famer and Olympic champion Danielle Goyette heads to NL to help coach the Growlers, becoming the first female coach in ECHL history
For many a hockey fan or Olympic follower, the name Danielle Goyette just might ring a bell. Goyette was head coach to the University of
This week, it’s wellness Gill Whelan style, Hockey Hall-of-Famer Danielle Goyette makes ECHL history with the NL Growlers, in conversation with Ben Cleary, one of Atlantic Canada’s top journalist, and learn about the art of unpolished living in Grates Cove!
In this special commemorative edition of The Herald, we reflect 40 years after the tragedy of the Ocean Ranger with then rookie reporter, NTV’s Glen Carter. Carter, who is set to retire in March, 2022, looks back over his last four decades in television. Plus, Swept Away by Darrell Duke,
St. John’s Sports & Entertainment (“SJSEL”) and Deacon Sports and Entertainment (“DSE”) have reached an agreement for the return of the Newfoundland Growlers to the Mary Brown’s Centre, effective November 18, 2021.
The investigation respecting complaints as between employees of SJSEL and DSE is ongoing.
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Newfoundland’s own Nathan Noel returns home to propel the Newfoundland Growlers on yet another run to the Kelly Cup Championship
Who says you can’t go home again?
Nathan Noel’s dream to play professional hockey has seen the 24-year-old St. John’s native hit the ice across North America in roles demanding
How Eric Wellwood has transitioned his tragically brief on-ice pro-hockey career to helming the Newfoundland Growlers on their road back to the Kelly Cup
The vacancy of the head coaching position left in the wake of the exit of Kelly Cup winner John Snowden loomed large for the Newfoundland Growlers ahead
Following this mornings news that the Newfoundland Growlers home games were suspended at the former Mile One Centre pending a workplace investigation, the team has announced that the first six games of the Growlers season ‘at home’ will in fact he played at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, Ontario. The official