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Stone’s hat trick paces Heat past Marlies
Goals were tough to come by for the Abbotsford Heat for much of December and January, but signs abounded on Friday evening that the scoring slump is officially history.
Abby ruggers fall to provincial champs
After making a triumphant return to the CDI Premier League the previous week, the Abbotsford Rugby Football Club got a big-time reality check against the UVic Vikes on Saturday.
T-Birds get the point, sign Luyken
In university basketball recruiting – as in the sport itself – timing…
Heat happy with Kotalik
Three games into Ales Kotalik's tenure with the Abbotsford Heat, the AHL…
‘Cats to host volleyball nats
For the first time in school history, Columbia Bible College will play host to a Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA) national championship tournament.
Cascades stayin’ alive
Mathematically speaking, Saturday's road game against the Winnipeg Wesmen wasn't necessarily a…
Pilots bounce back
The Abbotsford Pilots inched closer to clinching first place in the Harold…
Frustrating finishes for UFV hoopsters
After the final buzzer sounded at the Envision Athletic Centre on Saturday evening, University of the Fraser Valley guard Joel Friesen aptly summed up his team’s weekend by booting a chair in frustration.
Indeed, gut-wrenching losses were the theme for the Cascade hoopsters – the UFV men’s and women’s squads were each dealt a pair of demoralizing defeats by the visiting Regina Cougars.
Bearcats men, Cascades women triumph in crosstown clash
In recent years, volleyball games between Columbia Bible College and the University…
Kotalik assigned to Heat
Ales Kotalik, a talented-but-underachieving scorer with a $3-million-per-year contract, has been assigned to the Abbotsford Heat.
Heat fall to Rampage, Conroy clears waivers
For fans of the Abbotsford Heat, the off-ice events of Wednesday morning were at least as interesting as what was happening on the ice.
Major makeover for soccer club
The past week will go down as one of the most transformative periods in the history of soccer in Abbotsford.
Family values fuel Heat captain Laing
Ask Jim Playfair why he picked Quintin Laing as captain of the Abbotsford Heat, and the first of many superlatives the Heat head coach offers is that Laing is a “great family man.” Laing, for his part, is simply thankful to have a great family.
Lucky goal ignites Cunning’s game
In hockey, sometimes the difference between winning and losing comes down to a wacky bounce or two. The Abbotsford Heat saw their two-game weekend set against the Manitoba Moose in Winnipeg pivot on two such plays.
Keeping the waters wild – Paddler challenges run-of-river projects
For elite-level kayaker Ryan Bayes of Abbotsford, paddling B.C.’s myriad creeks and…
Abbotsford’s Jimmy Hansra, born in India, heads home for Cricket World Cup
For Jimmy Hansra, Thursday’s announcement that he’d been selected to Canada’s team for the Cricket World Cup officially brought his athletic career full circle.
Heat bounce back, blank Rivermen
Whatever was spoken behind closed doors in the aftermath of the Abbotsford Heat's 5-1 loss to the Peoria Rivermen on Tuesday, they were magic words.
Rivermen roll over Heat
If the Peoria Rivermen seemed like a motivated group during their 5-1 blowout win over the Abbotsford Heat on Tuesday, it's because the game represented a much-anticipated homecoming for a significant segment of their squad.
Cascades coming of age
After enduring two rebuilding seasons, University of the Fraser Valley women’s basketball coach Al Tuchscherer is finally beginning to enjoy the fruits of his labour.
Good time to win a car for Abbotsford family
For Brad Hutchinson and his family, winning a new car at Sunday’s Abbotsford Heat hockey game was truly a feel-good story.