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"All good for the teams, and local fans, who can continue to show their support mostly without needing to go the either-or route."
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"I am on board with hopes for a strong season and playoff hockey."
"It is annoying to me, but it should be infuriating for team operators."
"...seem to be playing in a division without any truly top end teams this year, so prospects for a strong playoff position finish are good."
"It was a nice start for the Smoke Eaters, but the real heavy lifting begins tonight."
The Smoke Eaters 2014/15 season started last weekend and will be home next weekend.
Dave Thompson reflects on the recent passing of Seth Martin and Glynn 'Taffy' Harper.
Given their efforts in the off-season, I am really, really hopeful about the Smoke Eaters this season.
"Unkempt hair and shaggy beards are all the rage, it seems, among those who profess to be aware of their, “role model,” status."
"Kind of cool that Trail is still producing top notch female ball players."
the BCHL seems to have been moved to permanently push its schedule to align closer to that of the NHL
"Another epic, fabulously-staged-by-local-volunteers event transpired at Butler Park last weekend."
The men’s provincial championship runs through Monday at one of many of the Home of Champions little jewels of event sites
"A quick look at the BCHL website shows the Smoke Eaters in an unusual position heading towards the 2014-15 season."
"I sincerely hope sports fans around here have been wending their way to local parks, where live baseball has been on display."
“Simulation,” as diving is called, is plainly cheating - attempting to deceive officials so as to gain an advantage - and it is rampant.
"...woefully maintained/updated, so as points of contact for fans are not quite useless and often annoying."
"A favourite saying of mine has been, 'I’d rather be lucky than good'”
"The thought of not having some kind of sports day in Warfield would never have occurred to the residents there when I was a kid..."