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  • OJHL and OHA “drop the gloves”

    OJHL and OHA “drop the gloves”0

    In a memo sent last Tuesday to the OHA, those unnamed teams behind the rebellion – referred to as “concerned members” – intend to remove OHA directors Gary Moroney, Tim Simmons, Shawn McKelvie, Jeff Beatty and Brad Grant, as well as president Karen Phibbs. It has been reported that Ontario Junior Hockey League is leading

  • Montour eager to start new season

    Montour eager to start new season0

    ANAHEIM — In his second season with the Ducks, Brandon Montour went from exciting prospect to bonafide top-six defenceman. His rookie season set a high bar. After making his debut, the Brantford, Ontario native collected six points and an impressive plus-11 as the team made its run to the Western Conference Final. His blend of

  • Nations Cup 2018 arriving at Six Nations

    Nations Cup 2018 arriving at Six Nations0

    SIX NATIONS — The Ohsweken Aces will be hosting the 2018 Iroquois Nations Cup lacrosse tournament here on Six Nations of the Grand River Territory at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena (ILA) on September 20-23, 2018. The tournament is exclusive to only Haudenosaunee communities on both sides of the border. “The Game of Lacrosse is part

  • The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs taking a year off

    The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs taking a year off0

    CALEDONIA — In June, the Six Nations owned Caledonia Corvairs announced that they will be taking a one year hiatus from Jr. B league operation to rest up and reorganize the franchise. Players were released to try out for other teams with a thank you for your service and a hand shake by long-time general

  • Curt Styres NLL General Manager of the year again

    Curt Styres NLL General Manager of the year again0

    NLL — For the second time in his career, Rochester Knighthawks’ Curt Styres has been named the National Lacrosse League General Manager of the Year. The award is the fourth won by the Knighthawks this offseason after an incredible run to the 2018 NLL Finals. “I am honored to win the General Manager of the Year,”

  • Montour signs $6.77M deal with Ducks

    Montour signs $6.77M deal with Ducks0

    ANAHEIM CA — The Anaheim Ducks and 24-year-old Six Nations defensemen Brandon Montour have come to a two-year agreement for an undisclosed amount and are both looking forward to a great 2018-19 season, according to the Ducks publicist. The deal avoided an arbitration ruling as a restricted free agent which could have gone either way.