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  • Anaheim Ducks reveal retro jerseys

    Anaheim Ducks reveal retro jerseys0

    The mighty ducks have gotten a whole lot mightier for their fans. The team unveiled a new third jersey back in July of this year in honour of the franchise’s upcoming 25th anniversary season. The new design features the old “Mighty Ducks” logo and the team wore their new threads at their home opener versus

  • Hagersville Hawks showing signs of life

    Hagersville Hawks showing signs of life0

    HAGERSVILLE — If you are in need of points in hockey, you better start by picking the low-hanging fruit first. That is what the Hagersville Hawks did, Saturday, in Jr. C Hockey Action. You don’t get much lower-ganging fruit than the Dunnville Mudcats so far this season. The Hagersville fans and players got a rare

  • OHA and member teams seek resolution Sunday

    OHA and member teams seek resolution Sunday0

    KITCHENER — Although the Jr. hockey season is up and running, turmoil persists between the top brass of the OHA and several member teams. The Ontario Hockey Association has called an emergency meeting for this Sunday when resolutions will be voted on to correct the perceived problems at the Kitchener Auditorium. There are 15 resolutions on

  • Wardog Hudson signs pro-bout in N.S.

    Wardog Hudson signs pro-bout in N.S.0

    BRANTFORD — Professional heavyweight, Craig (Wardog) Hudson, stable-mate of Six Nations’ Super-welterweight, Carl “Razor” Hess, has signed his third professional bout set for November 9th, when he will travel to Sydney Nova Scotia to face New Jersey’s Willie Harvey. Hudson is a classic story or an overweight young man who decided that working out using

  • Big changes coming to the NLL for 2019 season

    Big changes coming to the NLL for 2019 season0

    ROCHESTER – There will be a number of changes noticeable around the National Lacrosse League when the new season opens Dec. 1st, while other changes will not be visible until the 2019-2020 season,  As announced recently, the Rochester Knighthawks owner Curt Styres will move operations to Halifax after the 2018-19 season. Styres sold the Rochester franchise to

  • Hagersville Hawks can’t find their wings

    Hagersville Hawks can’t find their wings0

    By Jim Windle HAGERSVILLE — The Jr. C Hagersville Hawks are not off to a great start to the new hockey season, by anyone’s standards now with one win to show for six starts, but the season is still very young and so are some of this year’s roster. The fifth loss came Saturday night