The St. Thomas Aquinas Saints are on a winning streak and are back home after the sweep against Ignace.

The Saints down the Falcons in both senior and junior boys' volleyball matches in straight sets. The senior girls took it 38-34 in their basketball game. The high scorer was Emmy Anderson with 14 points.

The Beaver Brae Broncos are back from Sioux Lookout after a few matches against the Warriors yesterday.

The Broncos’ Junior Boy's Volleyball and Basketball teams both fell to Sioux, while the Senior Girls won 21-11 in basketball action.

The Broncos will be up against Fort Frances next week.

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Hockey Canada cleaned house yesterday, but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the development took way too long to materialize. Trudeau says the overdue departures are only the ``first step'' to improving the sport's culture and reputation.

Hockey Canada announced yesterday morning that Scott Smith was out as president and CEO, while the board of directors offered their resignations. Kenora’s Barry Reynard was one of those directors who resigned.

The 2022 NHL regular season gets going in Canada tonight.

The Toronto Maple Leafs will be in Montreal to face the Canadiens, while the Edmonton Oilers host the Vancouver Canucks, who start their season with five consecutive road games.

Elsewhere tonight, Boston is at Washington, Columbus is in Carolina, Seattle visits Anaheim, and Chicago meets the defending Stanley Cup champion Avalanche in Colorado.

The Ottawa Senators and Calgary Flames get going tomorrow, while the Winnipeg Jets start their season on Friday.