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Hag-Hawks fortunes not turning yet

Hag-Hawks fortunes not turning yet

HAGERSVILLE – The Port Dover Sailors kept the Hagersville Hawks downward slide going after defeating the Hawks 6-4, Saturday night in Hagersville. The Hawks are suffering through a very slow start to the Jr. C hockey season with a 3-wins, 10-losses and one tie record; tied with the Simcoe Storm in last place with 7 points. The

HAGERSVILLE – The Port Dover Sailors kept the Hagersville Hawks downward slide going after defeating the Hawks 6-4, Saturday night in Hagersville.

The Hawks are suffering through a very slow start to the Jr. C hockey season with a 3-wins, 10-losses and one tie record; tied with the Simcoe Storm in last place with 7 points. The Hawks still have someone to look down upon since the Storm have played three more games.

The Hawks will have a big challenge this weekend beginning Friday night when they travel to Grimsby to face the second place Peach Kings. Then, on Saturday night at the Hagersville Arena, the Hawks play host to the fifth place Niagara Riverhawks.

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Jim Windle is a veteran news and sports reporter who has been published in a number of mediums and publications. contact Jim: windlejim@rocketmail.com

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