Thomas Perry, The Daily Press (Timmins)

Thomas Perry

Thomas Perry is managing editor of The Daily Press in Timmins and has also worked for the Northern News in Kirkland Lake, The Daily Graphic in Portage la Prairie, Man., The Record-Gazette in Peace River, Alta., and The Daily Miner & News in Kenora, Ont. He is a graduate of Cambrian College in Sudbury.


Rock roll over Lumberjacks

TIMMINS - The Timmins Rock netted a pair of goals 24 seconds apart late in the second period to break open a close game and cruise to a 5-1 win over the Hearst Lumberjacks at the McIntyre Arena Sunday night.

Lumberjacks crush Rock

HEARST - The Timmins Rock have now played 120 minutes and 37 seconds without scoring a goal.

Kapuskasing Flyers forward Foster Barrette loses control of the puck as he attempts to slip a backhand shot past a sprawling Timmins Majors goalie Keegan Chum and into the empty net during the first period of Tuesday night’s GNML exhibition game at the McIntyre Arena. Barrette did beat Chum for a second-period goal to help lead the Flyers to a 7-4 win over the Majors.

Flyers hand Majors third defeat

The Kapuskasing Flyers handed the Timmins Majors their third-straight preseason setback as they skated to a 7-4 victory at the McIntyre Arena Tuesday night.

Timmins Majors forward Stewart Parnell attempts to stuff the puck under Kapuskasing Flyers goalie Joel Levesque during the first period of Wednesday night’s GNML game at the McIntyre Arena. Flyers defenceman Justin Antoine was able to clear Parnell away from the net before he could succeed, however. The Majors defeated the Flyers 5-3 for their second-straight victory.

Majors gain revenge on Flyers

Danny Katic set up three goals to lead the Timmins Majors to a 5-3 win over the Kapuskasing Flyers at the McIntyre Arena Wednesday night.

Kap captures women’s title

Kapuskasing Eastview RV captured the Timmins Women’s Soccer Club championship Tuesday night.

Stephan Bisson, left, of the Kapuskasing Longhorns, and Adam Pressault, of Ackland’s Rangers, battle for a loose ball during Tuesday’s Timmins Men’s Soccer Club final at Timmins Regional Athletics and Soccer Complex. Bisson scored three goals, as Kapuskasing won 5-0 to capture their fourth-straight title 2-0.

Longhorns win fourth-straight title

If the Longhorns keep winning titles at this rate Kapuskasing council may have to think about erecting billboards at the entrance to the community proclaiming it “Town of Champions!”