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  • Rivermen arrest James Gang in three straight

    Rivermen arrest James Gang in three straight0

    OHSWEKEN – The Six Nations Rivermen seem to be as strong as they need to be to win, while tightening up their own end of the floor to protect a lead. Both qualities will be needed if they are to repeat as Presidents Cup Champions for 2016. The Rivermen were down 1-0 23 seconds into

  • Rivermen lose in Oakville but still in first

    Rivermen lose in Oakville but still in first0

    OAKVILLE – The Six Nations Sr. B Rivermen remain in first place, but not without an unblemished record after falling to the Oakville Titans, Sunday night. The defending Presidents Cup Rivermen paddled to Oakville to take on the Titans and were ambushed 9-6 at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre. Without Roger Vyse, who did not

  • Rivermen trump Titans in Oakville

    Rivermen trump Titans in Oakville0

    OAKVILLE – The Sr. B Rivermen added another “w” to their record Sunday in Oakville with an 8-3 win to lift themselves into a 12-point first place tie with the St. Catharines Saints. The Saints, however, hold two games in hand. After Oakville’s Eric Wales scored at 2:53, the rest of the first period belonged

  • Rivermen open season with back to back wins

    Rivermen open season with back to back wins0

    OHSWEKEN – Roger Vyse helped get the Six Nations Sr. B Rivermen off on the right paddle with two goals and two assists in Friday night’s 7-3 season opening win against the Ennismore James Gang at the Gaylord Powless Arena. Vyse followed that with an eight pointer the next night, in Wallaceburg, to lead the

  • So very close, but Rivermen fall short in Coquitlam0

    COQUITLAM BC – There will not be a Quad National Title season for Six Nations this year. The Onondaga Redhawks popped that bubble Sunday night by defeating the Six Nations Rivermen 9-7 with a late game come-from-behind rally. The Thompson boys carried the Redhawks. In the Onondaga lineup were Lyle, Luke, Jeremy, Miles and Lyle

  • Rivermen in trouble after two losses0

    COQUITLAM, BC – The Six Nations Rivermen fell behind 0-2 after Games #1 and #2 of the Presidents Cup Championships held in Coquitlam B.C. this week.