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Buffalo Regals Juniors to play at Buffalo State Arena

Buffalo Regals Juniors to play at Buffalo State Arena The Buffalo Regals of the GOJHL are excited to announce their return to the Buffalo State Ice Arena. The team had previously played in the arena during the 2014-15 season. The move to the Buffalo State College Campus will give the team a dedicated locker room and a state of the art training facility. Each player ...

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Buffalo Regals Juniors to call Buffalo State Home

The Buffalo Regals of the GOJHL are excited to announce their return to the Buffalo State Ice Arena. The team had previously played in the arena during the 2014-15 season. The move to the Buffalo State College Campus will give the team a dedicated locker room and a state of the art training facility. Each player will receive a pass ...

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Host Windsor Downs Otters 4-3 In Championship

The OHL was guaranteed a Memorial Cup when the Erie Otters defeated QMJHL champion Saint John in the tournament’s semi-final; the Otters met fellow Western Conference team Windsor–who was eliminated in the OHL conference quarter-finals by the London Knights–in the Memorial Cup championship game. Windsor, the host team, went 3-0 in the round robin and eventually secured the 4-3 win ...

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New England Wolves Introduction “Peak Performance Counseling” for 2017-18

Laconia, NH. The New England Wolves, proud members of the Eastern Hockey League, have announced an expansion of their Off Ice Coaching & Counseling sessions for the 2017-18 season.  Dave Pollak, JD M.Ed, Professor MCIS, New England College & Adjunct Professor, Plymouth State University has been hired to lead the Wolves in their Off Ice Coaching Curriculum.  “Dave has been ...

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Host Windsor Downs Otters 4-2

Both teams from the OHL remained undefeated coming into the Wednesday night match-up between the Windsor Spitfires and Erie Otters; the two Western Conference clubs played for an automatic bye into the Memorial Cup final, with the loser to face Saint John in the semifinal. Though the Otters clawed their way back into the game late in the third period, ...

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Otters Crush Quebec League Champions

The Erie Otters opened their Memorial Cup experience on Saturday with a close 4-2 win over the Seattle Thunderbirds, the WHL champion. The Otters continued their winning ways on Wednesday against QMJHL winner Saint John Sea Dogs, who lost against to host-team Windsor in the tournament opener. The Otters had a dominant performance against the Sea Dogs, scoring nine by ...

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Otters Defeat WHL Champion 4-2

With Anthony Cirelli’s overtime goal giving the Erie Otters their first Robertson Cup in fifteen years, the Otters headed to Windsor for the Memorial Cup, where they’ll engage in a round-robin tournament to decide the CHL’s ultimate victor. The Otters faced WHL champion Seattle Thunderbirds in their first game; led by 2000-born goaltender Carl Stankowski, Seattle defeated the CHL titan ...

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New England Wolves EHL welcoming players from Great Lakes Region

Laconia, NH.  The New England Wolves JR Hockey program, undergoing some major changes for 2017-18, will have a drastically different roster next season with an emphasis on players from the Northern Midwest US. Owned by New England Prep legend Steve Jacobs, the New England Wolves EHL JR program, who’s home rink is undergoing a $100,000.00 improvement to their refrigeration and ...

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Otters win Robertson Cup. Advance to Canadian Major Junior National Championships

With their Game Four win in Mississauga, the Otters returned to the Erie Insurance Arena with the opportunity to hoist the J. Ross Robertson Cup in front of a sold-out crowd. They trailed by a goal in the final minutes of the third period, but Taylor Raddysh completed his hat-trick to tie the game–then Anthony Cirelli scored the game-winning goal ...

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Mississauga Edges Otters 4-3

The Otters secured two wins at home in the Erie Insurance Arena, taking a 2-0 series over the Mississauga Steelheads in the OHL Championship Series. Despite scoring three straight goals to take a 3-2 lead entering the third period, an unfortunate play and a late penalty on the Otters’ part led to the Steelheads edging the Western Conference Champions 4-3. ...

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