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He went on to play Jr. B with the Ontario Hockey League Ingersoll Marlands ... Several national hockey teams scouted him and he became priority of Detroit Red Wings. His obituary states that he was on a line at a Detroit training camp with future NHL ...

"He commanded respect and he got it." While coaching at St. John's, Rev. Roach won 31 high school football championships, including three Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations gold medals and a bronze in basketball, Mitchell said. In the 1960s ...

KINGSTON, Ontario (AP) — Gord Downie, who made himself part of Canada's national identity with songs about hockey and small towns as lead singer and songwriter of iconic rock band The Tragically Hip, has died at age 53 after a battle with brain cancer.

For years, he was the author of “Tee to Cup” for the Pomona Progress-Bulletin, Ontario Daily Report and Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. His work also appeared in other various publications in Southern California. In addition to his weekly column ...

Lowe was also a key member of the 1952 Simcoe Gunners Int. A hockey team that won the all-Ontario title. Lowe also won Ontario Rural Hockey Association championships while a member of the Jarvis Chevies and the Port Dover Thunderbirds. He was also a star ...

Owen was born July 15, 1928 in Ontario, Oregon and grew up in Brogan ... They spent most winters in southern California, where they loved to golf and enjoy the warm temperatures with relatives and friends. They enjoyed traveling and visited New Zealand ...

For years, he was the author of “Tee to Cup” for the Pomona Progress-Bulletin, Ontario Daily Report and Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. His work also appeared in other various publications in Southern California. In addition to his weekly column ...

In 1945, he was transferred to Fort Benning in Georgia to prepare for an invasion of Japan, but the war ended and he instead finished his service at Fort Roberts in California ... Source Lake in Algonquin Park in Ontario, Canada. He held memberships ...

Prentice, who leaves behind his wife Karen and three daughters, was born in 1956 in South Porcupine, Northern Ontario. Both his father and his uncle played professional hockey in the NHL, but his father Eric’s main job was as a miner. Prentice himself ...

Steven also enjoyed camping, golfing and bowling. Survivors include his wife Dawn Ball of Centerville; step-son, Skyler Blumer (Destiny) of Centerville; brother, Sean Ball (Danene) of Ontario, California; sister, Aubrey Ball of New York City, New York ...

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