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by Brian Baker on March 18, 2010
Malvern Black Knights arrived at CanLan Ice Sports Scarborough with big aspirations.

They wanted to win the boys hockey TDSSAA City Championships and head to St. Catharines for OFSAA.

But when they took to the rink on March 9 the Black Knights hit a titanic iceberg, coach...(More)
by Brian Baker on February 16, 2010
Optimism is growing in Malvern, as the girls hockey team pulled out a 1-1 tie against Silverthorn Spartans Feb. 10 at George Bell Arena.

Though coach Steve Woods’ puck-handlers came out flat in the first period, he’ll use the last two of their final regular season game as the...(More)
by Brian Baker on December 21, 2009
One tough North Toronto goalie stacked the pads against a third period push by Malvern Dec. 7.

The Black Knights bombarded Norsemen tender Brittney Hartwick with plenty of scoring opportunities but all for naught as North Toronto prevailed 3-1 in Tier 2 girls hockey.
by Brian Baker on December 2, 2009
Leaside’s senior boys hockey squad kept pace with a tough Malvern Black Knights.

It was something that impressed head coach Peter Shier, as his charges battled it out on the ice losing 3-2 at Ted Reeve Arena Nov. 24.

But the Lancers didn’t burst out onto the pond as fast...(More)
by Brian Baker on October 14, 2009
It’s do or die this season for Humberside’s girls tennis.

Part of the south region open division, the Huskies are looking at challenging Leaside’s powerhouse team to qualify for OFSAA under the league’s new format.

But first Humberside had to battle the Malvern Black...(More)
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