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Challange Cup provides final test

Published: February 2, 2010

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The varsity hockey team is heading into the Challenge Cup, which is their last tournament of the year, with high expectations due to their regular season success. The tournament will start the second week of February. Read More »...

New coach brings success

Published: December 15, 2009

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As of Dec. 10 , the Varsity hockey team has already gained a record of 5-1-2, has played a number of memorable games, and has racked up 41 goals. Read More »...

Blues skate into playoffs, head to Vancouver

Published: April 14, 2009

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The St. Louis Blues made the playoffs Friday night by beating the Columbus Blue Jackets by the score of 3-1. The Blues played the Colorado Avalanche Sunday in their final regular season game, Read More »...

Blues fail to gain ground in loss verse Detroit

Published: March 4, 2009

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The St.Louis Blues took on rivals Detroit Red Wings on March 3 at Scott Trade Center. The Blues were looking for a big win for a push to the playoffs but lost 5-0. Although the Blues had their twenty-second sell out of the year, they came up short against a high powered Red Wings team. Read More »...

Hockey fans hope dedication makes a difference

Published: March 3, 2009

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This year's final hockey game of the season was played this past Friday. With the end of a season, just as in every other sport, there is now time for each of the players and coaches to reflect on the games they played. Read More »...

Final-second loss sums up season for Varsity hockey team

Published: February 11, 2009

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The boys Varsity hockey team was in the first round of the playoffs this past Saturday against Westminister Christian Academy. It was a home-in-home series, meaning North played at Westminister on Saturday and then Westminister came to the Rec-Plex on Monday to play at North's home arena. Read More »...

Team faces freezing cold at outdoor game

Published: February 10, 2009

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There’s a first time for everything, and the Knight’s Varsity Hockey team did something they had never done before on Jan. 24. On that blistering cold night, the boys played their first outdoor game at Shaw Park in Clayton. Read More »...

Outdoor hockey game sure to be ‘classic’

Published: January 23, 2009

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The Knights ice hockey team is playing Oakville on Saturday, Jan. 24 at Shaw Park in Clayton. The game is being held outside along with three other games that day. They are trying something the NHL has been doing the last few seasons: the Winter Classic. Read More »...

Hockey team improves with support

Published: January 13, 2009

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This year’s team is younger than ever before; consisting primarily of sophomores and juniors with just a few seniors, the team’s rough start has been serving as fuel to get the season going.Tim Wilkinson has coached the hockey team for two years. He’s really enjoyed developing the team, teaching the players, and helping them excel. Read More ...

Varsity hockey team plays Timberland Nov. 22

Published: November 21, 2008

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On Nov. 22 at the Rec Plex our varsity hockey team will be taking on Timberland High at 7p.m. Read More »

Knights fall short at Gold Cup

Published: November 11, 2008

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The referees prepare to drop the puck, the crowds go crazy. With adrenaline pumping, they look up into the eyes of their opponent. The opposition is wearing the jersey of their brother school, Francis Howell High. It was time to play. It was time for Gold Cup. Read More »...

Knights look to improve after first loss

Published: November 7, 2008

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On Sat., Nov. 1, Howell North's JV and Varsity teams played against District rivals, Francis Howell Vikings, at the Rec-Plex. "I thought we played pretty good compared to our tournament games," Varsity player Mike Pavolka said. "I thought we did a lot better." Read More »...