Tigers high school hockey team looking to contend once again this season

By: Lanny Stewart

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Over the past few years, the Neepawa Tigers high school hockey team has had its fair share of success. With the 2013-2014 season just around the corner, the Tigers are hoping to once again prove they're a contender in the Westman High School Hockey League.

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Plainsmen, Spartans lose in quarter-final action

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Two Brandon-based teams are out of the running in the Winnipeg High School Football League playoffs. 

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Jets fall to Preds in OT

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The Nashville Predators have gotten off to a good start without their starting netminder Pekka Rinne.

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MJHL: Terriers defeat Pistons; Blues double up Flyers

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Zack Waldvogel netted a goal and an assist, helping the Portage Terriers defeat the defending MJHL champion Steinbach Pistons 4-1 on Thursday night. 

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CJHL endorses the adoption of the 'one fight' rule

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On Thursday, the Canadian Junior Hockey League announced that its board of directors have overwhelmingly voted to support an automatic game misconduct for fighting (one fight rule) and new national minimum discipline guidelines.

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