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  • NLL weekend report:

    NLL weekend report:0

    After just a hand full of games into the National Lacrosse League’s 2019 season and far too early to draw any kind of fix on  who will be the “haves” and “have-nots” around the league. But enough time to see what kind of impact Six Nations players are already making around the league. Following weekend

  • Snipers set to open 2019 ALL season

    Snipers set to open 2019 ALL season0

    SIX NATIONS — The Arena Lacrosse League 2019 lacrosse schedule is about to begin its third season of top competitive level men’s lacrosse in Ontario. And this year the stakes are higher after the ALL and the NLL reached a partnership arrangement that would see the league develop players for their teams, similar to how

  • Jr. C Hagersville Hawks

    Jr. C Hagersville Hawks0

    HAGERSVILLE — Saturday night at the Hagersville Arena, the first place Glanbrook Rangers easily handled the Hawks 5-0 followed by Port Dover Sailors 3-2 win Sunday in Dover. The Hawks have cooled down considerably from the last couple of weeks of having the hot hand in the Jr. C. Sunday, the Sailors took an early

  • Montour leads Ducks past Devils

    Montour leads Ducks past Devils0

    ANAHEIM — The hockey gods were on the Anaheim Ducks side Monday night having been the beneficiary of three self-inflicted Devils goals to give the Ducks opportunity to claw back a 6-5 OT win. The Ducks have now won eight of their last 10 games. Branden Montour scored one and assisted on another in Monday

  • Seattle to join NHL in 2021-22

    Seattle to join NHL in 2021-220

    SEATTLE — Seattle has become the National Hockey League’s 32nd franchise, or at least it will be next season. NHL Director Gary Bettman accepted the expansion request from an investment group from the Seattle area. “Seattle sells itself,” Seattle Mayor Jenny A. Durkan said after the meeting. “We live in a great city, with the

  • Ducks hot in November, Dec

    Ducks hot in November, Dec0

    ANAHEIM — It has been a hot winter for the Anaheim Ducks in since mid-November and so far in December. The latest two points came as a result of a thrilling four goal, come-from behind finish in Washington. The Ducks’ 6-5 win over last year’s Stanley Cup winners kept their hot streak going. Down 3-1