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The last Canadian hope to win the Stanley Cup is gone.

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Woodward terminated in Timmins

15 days after being hired as head coach of the Timmins Rock of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, Picton native Ryan Woodward has been fired.

In a story by Thomas Perry of the Timmins Press Rock president Ted Gooch would not discuss reasons behind the decision other than to say it was not hockey related. Gooch added that it was a serious enough situation that the team’s Board of Directors deemed it necessary to take action.

Woodward coached the Picton Pirates to the Ontario Junior “C” Championship in 2013. He has been an assistant to Marty Abrams with the Wellington Dukes for the past two seasons. Abrams says he had already begun the process to hire a new assistant to replace Woodward although no announcements have been made yet. Meahwhile Abrams expects his second assistant coach Kyle Hawkins-Schultz to return next season.

Woodward was also the co-captain of the Dukes when they won the Buckland Cup and the Dudley Hewitt Cup and played in the RBC National Champioship in 2003.

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The Sens and Pens decided the NHL’s Eastern Championship tonight.

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High School Sports at championship stage

These are busy times in high school sports as seasons start to wind down.

The Prince Edward Collegiate Panthers have won their 5th consecutive Bay of Quinte Baseball title with a 2-0 victory over the Centre Hastings Centurions. Iain Cameron drove in both runs while Braden Kelly and Dan Seguin combined on a no hitter.

It’s a short turn-around for the Panthers as they defend their COSSA title against the Crestwood Mustangs this afternoon at Trent University in Peterborough.

The Central Ontario High School Rugby “AA” Championships will be decided at St. Mary Secondary in Cobourg today. The Bayside Red Devils and Centennial Chargers meet Kawartha schools in the Junior Semi Finals. Centennial and the Trenton Tigers do likewise in the Senior Semis.

The third step toward the Ontario High School Track and Field Championships which will be held in Belleville next week, takes place tomorrow in Ottawa.

Local athletes will be led by Sarah Kay of St. Theresa Secondary. She won the senior 100, 200 and 400 metre events at the Central Ontario Championships. Jared Hall of East Northumberland Secondary School won the junior 100, the long jump and triple jump events. And Jacob Gilbert of E.N.S.S. was also a triple winner in the 200, 400 and the long jump.

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The Senators and Penguins will meet one more time.

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They had the fewest points of any team in the Stanley Cup playoffs but that means nothing today.

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Here is your Victoria Day Sportsbreak.

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It’s Perry to the rescue for the Anaheim Ducks.

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Marathon season ends for the Golden Hawks

The Trenton Golden Hawks did something 127 other Junior “A” hockey teams in Canada did not do….play in the RBC Cup. But that’s where it ends. A 4-0 loss to Penticton leaves Trenton the odd team out at the National Championships.

The loss ends a marathon 9 month season for Trenton and brings an end to defenceman Nick Boddy’s 3 years with the Golden Hawks.

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It was Trenton’s second straight trip to the RBC Cup but Co-Captain Lucas Brown says they expected to go farther.

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The Penticton Vees, Terrebonne Cobras, Brooks Bandits and the host Cobourg Cougars advance to Saturday’s semi finals for the RBC Cup.

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The Ottawa Senators became offensive juggernauts against Pittsburgh.

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Hawks humbled by Brooks

COBOURG, ON – MAY 14, 2017: Game 4 between the Trenton Golden Hawks and the Cobras De Terrebonne at the 2017 RBC Cup. Lucas Brown #28 of the Trenton Golden Hawks Hockey Club skates up the ice during the first period.
(Photo by Andy Corneau / OJHL Images)

The Brooks Alberta Bandits gave the Trenton Golden Hawks a first hand look at why they are the number one ranked Junior “A” Hockey team in Canada.

Eight different players scored and 15 picked up points as Brooks handed Trenton an 8-0 beating at the RBC Cup in Cobourg. Brooks led 1-0 after the first then scored early in the second. Golden Hawks forward Jeremy Pullara says that goal was the killer.

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Despite the lopsided score, Trenton forward Jordan Chard says they have to treat it like any other loss.

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Trenton is 0-3 but still have a shot at the semi finals when they play their final round robin game this afternoon against Penticton B.C. There is no broadcast of the game however we will have updates from Cobourg on the Freddy Vette Show on CJBQ.

In last night’s game, the Cobourg Cougars trounced Terrebonne Quebec 6-1.

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The Trenton Golden Hawks have to put an ugly loss behind them at the RBC Cup.

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