Make it two bronze medals for Collin Cameron, with the chance at one more trip to the podium. The 29-year-old para-Nordic skier from Greater Sudbury had his second third-place finish of the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Friday, this time in the 15-kilometre biathlon. Cameron made history earlier this week with a bronze medal in the 7.5-kilometre biathlon event – the first ever by a male Canadian in the sit-ski classification.
It what may have been fans' last chance to see Dmitry Sokolov light the lamp at Sudbury Community Arena, the former Sudbury Wolves scoring star did not disappoint on Friday night. Sokolov, sent to the Barrie Colts at the OHL trade deadline in January, scored his 50th goal of the season and added two assists for a 6-4 victory in the Wolves' last home game of 2017-18. “This was amazing, an amazing feeling,” said Sokolov, surrounded after the game by fans, friends and his former billet family.
Doug Blaisdell doesn't enjoy losing. He would have loved to help the Sudbury Wolves win a few more games this season. But damned if the overage defenceman didn't find a few ways to enjoy himself during his final season of junior hockey. "Hockey is only a small part of it," said the 21-year-old native of Dearborn Heights, Mich., a veteran of more than 250 OHL games. "Living in Sudbury with my billets has been great and the team has been a great group of guys.
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Selecting a term
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