CURTIS J PHILLIPS

CURTIS J PHILLIPS

Curtis J. Phillips has been a sports journalist in print/electronic mediums since 1976. A strong advocate of volunteerism, he is a founding father of numerous local events and organizations including the Challenge Cup and Wood Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame. Phillips is also recognized internationally as a sports historian.

All posts by CURTIS J PHILLIPS

Oct
21
2019
Volume
7-4
Published in Regulars
MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL have combined annual revenues of more than $35 billion.
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
Published in Regulars
Fort McMurray Oil Barons’ alumni making it to the National Hockey League include Colton Parayko, Rich Parent, Chris Phillips, Scottie Upshall and Harry York to name a few. The list is even longer for those who tried to keep the dream alive while riding the buses and staying in motels;…
Dec
07
2018
Volume
7-1
Published in Regulars
Is it a big world and small ball? Or is it a big ball and small world? Such is the life of a basketball gypsy.
Oct
13
2018
Volume
6-6
Published in Regulars
QUESTION: What do hockey icons Grant Fuhr, Mike Vernon and Ron MacLean and Fort McMurray athletes Suzette Gillingham and Krista Gordonall have in common?   ANSWER: They are members of the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame (AHHF) Class of 2018.
Aug
20
2018
Volume
6-5
Published in Sports & Recreation
Its 10 days before the July 1, 2018 grand opening of Rotary Links Golf @ Wood Buffalo, which is a current nine-hole links golf course located near the Fort McMurray International Airport. Its creation is still unfolding.
Aug
20
2018
Volume
6-5
Published in Regulars
Sports trivia. Who was the first individual to play on back-to-back U Sports men’s hockey national championship teams? Answer: Rod Hyde.
Apr
03
2018
Volume
6-3
Published in Regulars
Don Scott spins the basketball on his index finger and then with wonderful dexterity, transfers the ball down the last three fingers, letting the ball fall off, only to catch it midair and whip it behind his back for a perfect pass to his waiting partner...his father Keith Scott.
Feb
05
2018
Volume
6-2
Published in Features
Gold and sugar are two of the main exports of Guyana. However, in 1969 a young man in his 20s, by the name of Compton Vigilance, left this South American country, then known as British Guyana, to move to Canada.
Feb
05
2018
Volume
6-2
Published in Regulars
Fort McMurray and the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) have shown the required enthusiasm and expertise in hosting major sporting events.
Nov
23
2017
Volume
6-1
Published in Regulars
Cory Pye was only four years old when his father Neil Pye died. “He was fixing a car and it rolled and crushed his chest,” recalled Cory of the tragedy, which happened in his hometown of North Sydney, Nova Scotia. “He later died in hospital of complications from pneumonia.”
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