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Coquitlam's Mathew Barzal eliminated in third round of Stanley Cup playoffs a second consecutive season

Coquitlam's Mathew Barzal eliminated in third round of Stanley Cup playoffs a second consecutive season

New York Islanders lost in seven games in this year's NHL playoff semi-finals to the defending-champion Tampa Bay Lightning, ending Barzal's fourth professional year.
Graduating Coquitlam rugby players prepare for leap into the unknown

Graduating Coquitlam rugby players prepare for leap into the unknown

The Gleneagle Talons' high school senior girls' rugby team hasn't scrummed against an opponent in more than a year. Still, four of its graduating players are ready to play at the post-secondary level in the fall.
Port Coquitlam Olympian aims for happy ending to her story in Tokyo

Port Coquitlam Olympian aims for happy ending to her story in Tokyo

Port Coquitlam's Jenn Salling is headed back to the Summer Olympics after a 13-year absence — for herself and her sport, softball.
Here's the latest additions to the Coquitlam sports hall of fame

Here's the latest additions to the Coquitlam sports hall of fame

Darcy Rota, Rich Chambers and soccer player Geri Donnelly are the latest local sports figures to be inducted into the Coquitlam sports hall of fame.
Final leg of Coquitlam pickleball trial could court new home for local club

Final leg of Coquitlam pickleball trial could court new home for local club

PoCoMo Pickleball Club inviting the public to the final stint of a trial project; in April 2021, city of Port Moody removed lines at Chestnut Way Park after neighbours complained about the noise.
For this Port Moody teen, basketball is the quiet game. Here's why

For this Port Moody teen, basketball is the quiet game. Here's why

Playing basketball in a noisy gymnasium with sound reverberating off the hard floor, walls and ceiling, can be difficult for a player who's deaf. That hasn't deterred Olivia Pero, a graduating senior at Heritage Woods secondary school.
Both Coquitlam’s soccer-playing Polisi brothers turn pro — at opposite ends of the country

Both Coquitlam’s soccer-playing Polisi brothers turn pro — at opposite ends of the country

After three seasons together at Simon Fraser University, Coquitlam's Polisi brothers— Matteo and Marcello — are turning pro at opposite ends of the country.
First awards named for Port Coquitlam basketball player who lost her battle with cancer handed out

First awards named for Port Coquitlam basketball player who lost her battle with cancer handed out

The first four student-athletes to earn Karin Khuong memorial awards include three of her schoolmates at Terry Fox secondary school, and another from Riverside secondary. Khuong was a member of the Terry Fox Ravens senior girls basketball team when she lost a two-year battle with cancer.
Coquitlam Express open BCHL season on Oct. 8

Coquitlam Express open BCHL season on Oct. 8

The Coquitlam Express returns to the ice Oct. 8. Its first home game is a week later and general manager Tali Campbell is optimistic fans will be able to attend.
BCJALL to showcase players in special summer tournament

BCJALL to showcase players in special summer tournament

The BC Junior A Lacrosse League has announced its teams will play a "summer showcase" series of games beginning in early July to give players a chance to show off their skills to scouts and college recruiters.