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  • Six Nations Snipers’ sniper Layne Smith leads the Arena Lacrosse League with 27 goals in 12 games so far this ALL season.  Photo by Jim Windle

    Arena Lacrosse League wrap up

    SIX NATIONS – Powered by nine point performances by Quinn Powless and Luke Laszkiewicz, the Six Nations Snipers returned from Peterborough with a 18-7 win over the Timbermen, Sunday afternoon. It was an “early to bed, early to rise” situation for the Snipers following their 12-11 overtime win Saturday night at the...
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    Knighthawks welcome back Sid Smith

    ROCHESTER – The Rochester Knighthawks announced on March 16 they have activated defensemen Sid Smith from the injured reserve list. In a related move, the Knighthawks placed Joel Matthews on the hold out list. Smith is now available to play Friday night when Rochester visits the New England Black Wolves. “It...
  • Brandon Montour is making himself at home for himself with the Anaheim Ducks these days. He assisted on Anaheim’s first goal against Buffalo Friday and followed that with a shoot-out goal, his second goals since moving up from the San Diego Gulls of the American Hockey League. Photo by Getty Images.

    Montour adds second goal of his NHL career

    ANAHEIM – The Anaheim Ducks are four points out of first place in the division after weekend wins over Buffalo and San Jose. The Ducks took a point in Friday night’s shootout loss to the Sabres, a game in which Six Nations Brandon Montour assisted on one and scored on the...
  • Six Nations Snipers' Wayne VanEvery fights for some open space in Saturday's ALL matchup with the Peterborough Timbermen. The Snipers ride atop the Arena Lacrosse League standings, four points ahead of the Oshawa Outlaws after this week’s ALL games. The Snipers defeated the Peterborough Timbermen 13-7 at the ILA.  This coming Sunday at 1 p.m. the Snipers get another shot at the Timbermen at the ILA. Photo by Jim Windle

    Snipers getting stronger every day

    SIX NATIONS ­– The Peterborough Timbermen have been finding some recent success after a dismal start to the inaugural Arena Lacrosse League schedule, but not Saturday afternoon at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena against the league leading Six Nations Snipers who turned them away 13-7. Tom Montour surprised the Timbermen 32 seconds...
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    Brandon Montour and the Anaheim Ducks

    ANAHEIM – Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf recall the euphoria of hoisting the Stanley Cup almost 10 years ago when both were young newbies with the Anaheim Ducks. Fast forward to this past weekend when both veterans played important roles in the Ducks’ 5-2 win over the mighty Washington Capitals. Perry had two...
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    NLL weekly wrap up

    GEORGIA – It’s 11 weeks into the National Lacrosse League (NLL) regular season and the Georgia Swarm still retain top spot in the East with a record of 7-3, but the win was costly. Miles Thompson went down with an injury and was placed on the team’s injured reserve...
  • Six Nations Snipers leapfrogged the Oshawa Outlaws into first place in the Arena Lacrosse League with a 20-6 massacre at the ILA Saturday afternoon. The Six Nations win left a strong message to the Outlaws and the league that the Snipers are gelling into a championship team. Shane Adams scored one and assisted on two in the Six Nations win. Photo by Jim Windle

    Snipers hunt down Outlaws at ILA

      SIX NATIONS — The Arena Lacrosse League (ALL) standings are beginning to separating the chaff from the wheat, as they say, as the new ALL Sr. men’s league continues to gain fans in its inaugural season. There were two ALL games, hosted at the ILA in Six Nations on...
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    Blast shut down by McCoys

    BRANTFORD – The season came to an abrupt end for the Allan Cup League Brantford Blast with back-to-back Dundas Real McCoy’s wins in the first round of playoffs. The Blast closed the month of February with a 7-6 overtime loss against the McCoys which was followed the next night...
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    Knighthawks’ comeback falls short in Buffalo

    ROCHESTER – The Rochester Knighthawks fell 13-9 in the first game of the home-and-home series against their East Division rival Buffalo Bandits at KeyBank Center in Buffalo Friday night. Rochester was led by a seven-point performance from Dan Dawson (3+4). Kyle Jackson put up a pair of goals and added three assists,...
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    From the ‘Lil NHL’ honorary chairperson

    MISSISSAUGA – Six Nations Minor Hockey will be well represented again at this year’s ‘lil NHL Hockey Tournament which is set to start March 12, at a number of arenas in Mississauga, Ont. Jonathan Cheechoo of Moose Cree First Nation is an honorary chairperson for the event and is...
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    ‘Lil NHL even bigger this year

    MISSISSAUGA — The Little Native Hockey League (Little NHL) tournament was started by five people who wanted to start a tournament exclusively First Nation Youth. Earl Abotossaway, former Chief Jim McGregor, the late James D. Debassige, the late Reverend Leonard Self and the late Norman Debassige were among them. Their...
  • Six Nations’ Brandon Montour has been called up to the Anaheim Ducks from the AHL San Diego Gulls again where he is charting the course of his NHL career. Submitted photo

    Montour watch

    The Ducks have recalled defenseman Brandon Montour from the San Diego Gulls, Anaheim’s primary development affiliate in the American Hockey League (AHL). He has remained with the mother team and looked solid and dependable in games against Toronto, a 5-2 win, and Sunday night’s 2-1 loss in Vancouver. He showed his...
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