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Salmon Kings lose fourth straight

The victory last night, and it was a notable one, was the $19,000 raised for breast cancer research on the Island during Pink in the Rink Night.

S-Kings help in breast cancer fight with Pink in the Rink Night tonight

The Victoria Salmon Kings second annual Pink in the Rink Night will be held tonight at 7 p.m. in the Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre when they take on the Las Vegas Wranglers. The event is a fundraiser in the fight against breast cancer.

Field a 'nice mix' for curling fans

There have been as many surprising twists in the Canadian provincial women's curling playdowns this year as there have been in recent Super Bowls. And that's saying something. "This is not the field I would have predicted.

Volunteers the glue that keeps Scotties together, says tourney chairman

When the 2009 Scotties Tournament of Hearts begins on Feb. 21 at the Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre, there will 48 stars on the ice and another 500 or so, working feverishly behind the scenes.

Next stop Victoria: Mallet upsets MacInnes

Marla Mallett of Vancouver has been a dominant curler on the B.C. scene for many years but too many times, for her liking, she has fallen short in the B.C. women's Scotties championship game.

Defending champ still perfect

Allison MacInnes of Kamloops remained perfect after five draws yesterday at the B.C. Scotties women's curling championship in Parksville.

Steelers pound their way to Tampa

PITTSBURGH 23 BALTIMORE 14

'Time to gt rockin': Countdown begins to national women's curling competition

Single-draw tickets on sale today; goal of 100,000 tickets nearly reached

Province's top women curlers begin trek toward Scotties

Six teams, including former B.C. junior women's curling champion Kristen Recksiedler of Richmond, will be gunning for the final spot into the B.C. Scotties Tournament of Hearts from today to Sunday at Juan de Fuca. Recksiedler, who won the B.C.

S-Kings get Ellis back in nic of time

It has always been Julien Ellis's aim, as with just about every other goalie in the business, to have something in common with Roberto Luongo. Now Ellis does. But it isn't fame and a big-time contract. Not yet, anyway.