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This is the second of four weekly installments, shining a spotlight on Sean Montgomery, Zack Hayes, Brayden Pachal, and Parker Kelly, the four captains of the Prince Albert Raiders. While they’ve each had a unique path that has brought them here, they’re all cut from a similar cloth when it comes to leadership, and that all started at home well before they arrived in Prince Albert.
This is the second of four weekly installments, shining a spotlight on Sean Montgomery, Zack Hayes, Brayden Pachal, and Parker Kelly, the four captains of the Prince Albert Raiders. While they’ve each had a unique path that has brought them here, they’re all cut from a similar cloth when it comes to leadership, and that all started at home well before they arrived in Prince Albert. Jeff D'Andrea/paNOW Staff

The Captains: Soft-spoken Montgomery leads by example

By Trevor Redden
January 23, 2019 - 12:03pm

PaNOW takes a look at the team leaders on the Prince Albert Raiders starting with Parker Kelly

Raider forward Sean Montgomery typically likes to let his play do the talking.

Now known for his soft-spoken nature, it turns out he hasn’t always been that way.

Raiders forward Dante Hannoun salutes the Royals’ crowd after the team played a video tribute to Hannoun, who played 4.5 years in Victoria.
Raiders forward Dante Hannoun salutes the Royals’ crowd after the team played a video tribute to Hannoun, who played 4.5 years in Victoria. Twitter/Victoria Royals

Hannoun’s homecoming results in win for Raiders

By Jeff D'Andrea
January 22, 2019 - 11:57pm

When the Prince Albert Raiders rolled into Victoria to take on the Royals, it was a huge night for a large number of players who were playing against their former teams, with the likes of Noah Gregor, Brayden Pachal and Jeremy Masella battling the their former Royals teammates, as well as Kody Mc

Nova Scotia’s Kaitlyn Jones piled up the most points in a single-game so far this tournament on Wednesday night.
Nova Scotia’s Kaitlyn Jones piled up the most points in a single-game so far this tournament on Wednesday night. Michael Joel-Hansen, paNOW Staff

Nova Scotia lights up scoreboard in final pool play day of Canadian curling jrs

By Jeff D'Andrea
January 22, 2019 - 10:58pm Updated: January 23, 2019 - 12:10am

After Day 4 of the 2019 New Holland Canadian Junior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships in Prince Albert, nobody has scored more points in a single-game Nova Scotia’s Kaitlyn Jones.

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