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Sting complete major trade with North Bay

Sting complete major trade with North Bay

The Sting acquire forward Carter Kostuch and defenceman Alex Cajkovic, along with six future draft picks, in exchange for Sandis Villains, and twin brothers Andrew and Jacob LeBlanc.
Sarnia hosts Girls' Silver Stick finals this weekend

Sarnia hosts Girls' Silver Stick finals this weekend

Residents will have the chance to take in some incredible girls’ hockey this weekend when the 24th annual Women’s International Silver Stick Finals kicks off Friday in Sarnia.
Bigger than the game: Local Jr. Sting team gives back

Bigger than the game: Local Jr. Sting team gives back

"We’re trying to teach better wrist shots, defensive zone coverage and fore-checking, but also... other things in life — bigger picture things."
Calling all pickleball players: there’s a new club in town

Calling all pickleball players: there’s a new club in town

Registration now open for the Sarnia-Lambton Pickleball Club
Team Canada victorious in thrilling Rivalry Series win in Sarnia

Team Canada victorious in thrilling Rivalry Series win in Sarnia

Women's Hockey Day in Sarnia-Lambton was huge success, TSL director says
Phillips is stellar in 4th annual Wooly Toss game

Phillips is stellar in 4th annual Wooly Toss game

Donations poured in for the Sarnia Legionnaires' 4th annual Wooly Toss game, Thursday night.
Women's Hockey Day declared in Sarnia-Lambton

Women's Hockey Day declared in Sarnia-Lambton

Sarnia is the second Ontario stop for the coveted Rivalry Series — a seven-game series between Canada’s national women’s hockey team and Team USA — now underway.
Legionnaires pick up a point, Inn of the Good Shepherd scores donations

Legionnaires pick up a point, Inn of the Good Shepherd scores donations

Jon Maillet For the Journal Anthony Tudino scored twice and Jack Martin made 35 saves but the Legionnaires would fall in a shootout to the Strathroy Rockets during the annual Turkey Toss game at the Pat Stapleton Arena Thursday night.
Local athletes qualify for World Ninja Championships

Local athletes qualify for World Ninja Championships

Jon Maillet For the Journal Eight local athletes are heading to the World Ninja League Championships in 2024, following a successful showing at the Canadian Ninja League (CNL) Finals in Edmonton, Alberta, last month.
Sting sign Maillet to OHL agreement

Sting sign Maillet to OHL agreement

Journal staff The Sarnia Sting have signed goaltender Evan Maillet to an Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Scholarship and Development Agreement, the hockey club announced Thursday.