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Oil Caps go to OT twice

Oil Caps go to OT twice

Last weekend the Virden Oil Capitals played a lot of hockey, picked up valuable points in the standings, and continued to develop.
Pallister resigns as MLA for Fort Whyte

Pallister resigns as MLA for Fort Whyte

In a statement on Monday, Oct. 4 Brian Pallister says he has stepped down from his position representing the Winnipeg riding.
Cook contributes on ice, in community

Cook contributes on ice, in community

After playing only four games last season – and those coming in front of a limited number of fans, Virden Oil Capitals forward Colin Cook is thrilled to be back on the ice and in the community.
Bears start the season with a win

Bears start the season with a win

Virden collegiate football has a nice fall ahead of them.
Oil Caps earn first win, Buydens picks Princeton

Oil Caps earn first win, Buydens picks Princeton

The Virden Oil Capitals gave their fans a lot to cheer about last Saturday night.
Concrete fun ahead for Virden skaters

Concrete fun ahead for Virden skaters

Virden’s Skate Park is taking shape as each day goes by
Braybrook takes Crunch Bowl in Crystal City

Braybrook takes Crunch Bowl in Crystal City

Like so many other summer events in Manitoba, 2020 was a blank year for many demolition derby drivers.
Oil Caps happy to be back playing

Oil Caps happy to be back playing

Although the Virden Oil Capitals lost both of their games last weekend, the team was pleased to be back playing regular season Manitoba Junior Hockey League contests.
Oil Caps look to be successful, exciting

Oil Caps look to be successful, exciting

With a combination of veteran experience and young talent, the Virden Oil Capitals look to entertain and succeed this season.
Oil Caps happy to be back playing

Oil Caps happy to be back playing

Although the Virden Oil Capitals lost both of their games last weekend, the team was pleased to be back playing regular season Manitoba Junior Hockey League contests.