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The Sports Page

Martin Kruze tourney set for April
By Glenn Allan

In mid-January the Hamilton Bulldogs left on an elongated road trip and at press time had won five of their last six games with the other ending in a tie. Not bad for a team that, due to injuries or player transactions, has had to play without many of the clubs top performers…The Ottawa Senators will never win a Stanley Cup with Patrick Lalime as their number one goaltender…

Danny McManus and Reggie Slack are helping our young athletes. Together with Mark DeNobile they have created a travelling Pro Quarterback Club. It is a non-competitive, non-contact instructional QB camp open to students from grade seven to university and college. The camp teaches basic mechanics, proper ball grip and ball delivery as well as rollout and drop-back instruction. Everyone registered will be placed with and/or against someone of the same age and skill level. For more information or to register call 1-877-385-5514, or visit the Pro Quarterback Camp online at HYPERLINK…

Has anyone seen Marcel Hossa?…Has anyone seen a Toronto Raptor squad resembling anything, but a lethargic poor excuse for a basketball team?…

The Hamilton Bulldogs will miss Alexander Svitov (traded by Tampa bay to Columbus), in particular Alexander Perezhogin…NY Rangers need goaltending and Mike Keenan…Was anyone surprised that the cash strapped Pittsburgh Penguins sent Marc-Andre Fleury back to Junior?

Eric Lindros – concussion number eight and counting…Things aren’t going well for the Oilers in Edmonton and the Toronto Roadrunners are in last place in the AHL’s Northern Division – oh well – looks good on them for moving away from Hamilton…Great to see Dany Heatley back playing…

Congratulations to McMaster Men’s basketball coach Joe Raso on career win number 300…The Second Annual Martin Kruze Memorial Hockey Tournament is scheduled for April 16, 17 and 18 in Toronto. There varying divisions such as Men’s Rec. (19+), (30+), (45+), (50+), Women’s (AA, A, BB, B, C) and Recreational Co-Op. There is also an Allstar game comprised of tournament players and former NHL Stars. The team with the most pledges wins a team weekend in Montreal. For more info or to register call the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness at 1-800-379-8858 or visit them online at

Be sure to tune into Sports Rap and GoodNews Sports on AM 900 CHML every Saturday between noon and 2:00PM for your chance to answer trivia and win great prizes. To be part of Saturday’s show call 905-645-3221 or *9900 on your cell phone…

Parents please remember that sports should be, first and foremost, fun for our kids. If it’s not, please – lighten up.

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