Profile of Matthew Gourlie

Matthew Gourlie is a sports reporter at the Moose Jaw Times-Herald.

All articles of Matthew Gourlie

  • Point adapting to a different role for Canada

    Right now, the fact that he has a spot on the roster is all that matters. The 18-year-old Moose Jaw Warriors captain acted as Canada's 13th ...

  • Resilient Bantam AA Warriors bounce Barons

    The Warriors showed a lot of resiliency as they beat the Battlefords Barons 7-5 in Saskatchewan Bantam AA Hockey League play at the Red Knight ...

  • Generals end first half on a high

    Saturday night, the Generals finished off the first half of the season in a familiar fashion with a 2-0 win over the Saskatoon Blazers. Dawson ...

  • Point cracks world junior roster

    Two hours later the Moose Jaw Warriors captain wasn't denied in his bid to play for his country. Point made Canada's world junior roster after ...

  • Young skaters show skills at Christmas show

    Sunday the Moose Jaw Figure Skating Club held their annual Christmas on Ice show. The event showcased the talent of the club's skaters and what ...

  • Slow start sinks Warriors

    Tuesday they made the same mistakes over again. The Warriors allowed four of the first five goals of the game and weren't able to mount a ...

  • Impressive group of coaches pass on knowledge

    For the second straight weekend the South Saskatchewan Selects football program was having a two-day camp. This time around the experienced ...

  • Warriors add Wray to coaching staff

    Former Warrior Brennen Wray will join the team as an assistant coach and will be with them for at least the remainder of the season. Wray, 26, ...

  • Point making his case

    The 18-year-old Warriors centre has been turning heads in Toronto after the first weekend of Canada's world junior camp. Point had a goal and an ...

  • Generals get split against Stars

    While disappointed with their Sunday loss, the Generals were happy that it ended with a pretty good battle against a good team. The Generals lost ...