CALEDONIA ‑ The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs are pulling away from the pack in the GOJHL Golden Horseshoe Conference after two games and two wins this past weekend. After 25 games played the Corvairs have 22 wins, one loss, one tie, and one OT loss for 46 points, 10 points ahead of the second place Ancaster Avalanche.
HAGERSVILLE ‑ The Hagersville Hawks survived a determined comeback attempt by the Dundas Blues on the way to a 5-3 win.
Hagersville took a 5-2 lead during the third period, only to have Dundas storm back on a Quinn Sallows’ goal 19:25 into the third period to pull to two goals down.
OHSWEKEN Sunday afternoon provided another full slate of minor hockey action at the Gaylord Powless Arena.
The Six Nations Midgets, under the guidance of Coach Lyle Jonathan, shut out the Plattsville Rage 5–0 in a well-played game.
BRANTFORD ‑ The Brantford Blast were missing a few key players Friday night at the Brantford Civic Centre and by the outcome of the game, they needed them badly. The Blast lost 9–6 to the Stoney Creek Generals.
OHSWEKEN – Three young Six Nations players were in need of a little financial help to play hockey within the Brantford AAA 99ers, and NHL legion Stan Jonathan wanted to help.
CALEDONIA – Matthew Hore scored three goals to lead the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs to a 9-0 walk in the park past the Fort Erie Meteors at the Haldimand County Caledonia Centre.
Hore and Quentin Maksimovich scored in the first, and Ryan Punkari and Hore made it 4-0 for Caledonia after 40 minutes.