Morning North | Apr 24, 2014 | 4:04

North Bay Battalion going to OHL finals

Hockey is back in North Bay in a big way. In their first year in the city, the North Bay Battalion are off to the OHL championship. North Bay mayor Al McDonald was a the game last night to see the team move on to the finals.

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