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Hamilton connects for Cats in OT

Ridge Meadows Flames allege that one of their point blasts with four minutes left in regulation time went through the Port Moody Black Panthers' net. Subsequently, Joel Hamilton's shot 36 seconds into overtime went through the Flames' heart.

Tri-City policing won't be affected by loss of officers to Olympic security, say cops

Two dozen Tri-City police officers will be taking part in Olympic security measures.

Torch warmly welcomed in Tri-Cities

The torch relay made its way through the Tri-Cities Thursday, stopping in Anmore, Belcarra, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam.

1976 Olympian getting different view of the torch run in Tri-Cities

Joy Fera is using the hill near her Tsawwassen home to train for her 300-metre jog up Laurentian Crescent to Rochester Avenue in the Olympic torch run tomorrow (Thursday).

Coquitlam man will have a unique view of the Olympic hockey tourney - count on it

By Mario Bartel Black Press Steve Ray is going to have a bird's eye view of the Olympic hockey tournament. And he didn't have to win the ticket lottery or mortgage his house to pay scalpers to get his coveted seat.

Coquitlam Centre hosts community Olympic celebration Feb. 11

To celebrate the Olympic Torch Relay coming to the Tri-Cities, show Canadian spirit, and to kick-off the 2010 Winter Games, Coquitlam Centre is hosting a community celebration event Feb. 11 from 3 to 8 p.m.

Idols sign autographs

A group of Tri-City skaters got up close and personal with their Olympic idols when Calgary 1988 Olympic gold medalist Katarina Witt and silver medalist Elizabeth Manley joined them on the ice at Robson Square Sunday.

Olympic skaters will take to ice in PoMo

Even if you don't have tickets to the Olympics, you can still see some of the figure skating athletes in action during two training sessions at the Port Moody arena. Teams from Canada, Great Britain and the U.S.

COMMUNITY CORNER: Olympics discussed

Bring your Olympic-themed thoughts to this month's Dialogue and Discourse event.

Getting around during the Olympics

First, the good news. If you live in one of Metro Vancouver's suburbs and don't have to commute into Vancouver for work, traffic won't be too bad.