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Otters acquire 2 picks from Owen Sound

Otters Acquire Two Picks From Attack Erie, Pennsylvania – Erie Otters General Manager Dave Brown announced today that the team has acquired two picks from the Owen Sound Attack for the upcoming 2017 OHL Priority Selection in exchange for future choices. The Otters received the Attack’s 11th round (220th overall) and 12th round (240th overall) selections for the 2017 OHL ...

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Taylor Raddysh Propels Otters to 9-3 Victory, Round 2

The Otters entered Wednesday night with a commanding 3-0 series lead over the Sarnia Sting. With Game 4 played in Erie due to the unusual 1-2-2-1-1 format for the OHL’s best regular season team, the Otters had a chance to close out the first round in Erie. Justin Fazio, who missed the past two games of the series, was in ...

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Otters Take 3-0 Series Lead

With a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven playoff series, the Erie Otters entered Sarnia looking to take a stranglehold on the round one matchup against the Sting. The Otters won a hard-fought battle 5-3 to take a 3-0 series lead; they’ll head back to Erie for Game 4 needing one win to secure a round 2 berth. Sarnia immediately started ...

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Otters Sting Sarnia 9-3

After taking Game 1 largely because of a two-goal, three-point effort from forward Kyle Maksimovich, the Otters headed to Sarnia for Game 2, the round one matchup seeing an unusual 1-2-2-1-1 format for the OHL regular season champions. Despite playing in Sarnia, the Otters skated to an easy 9-3 victory to take the series 2-0. Sarnia goaltender Justin Fazio, who ...

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Otters Defeat Sting 6-3, Secure Game 1

After clinching first place in the OHL and the Western Conference, the Erie Otters headed into the first round playoff battle against the Sarnia Sting in Erie. They decisively defeated the Sting 6-3. The Otters started the first period sleepily, surrendering an early goal to the Sting when Drake Rymsha poked the rebound under Erie goaltender Troy Timpano’s pad. Instead ...

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Otters Announce Partnership with Erie Youth Hockey Association

Erie, Pennsylvania – The Erie Otters Hockey Club is pleased to announce its partnership with the Erie Youth Hockey Association in the creation of the Junior Otters hockey program and the continued support of growing the game of hockey in the Erie region. “We are proud to help Erie Youth Hockey grow and develop,” Erie Otters Executive Vice President and ...

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Otters Defeat Guelph 5-2, Clinch First in League

Needing just one win to safely secure the top spot in the Western Conference and a fourth-straight fifty-win season, the Otters faced the Guelph Storm in Erie for the last game of the regular season. The Otters spent most of the game in Guelph’s zone and skated away with a solid 5-2 win, clinching the OHL’s regular season title and ...

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Otters Stay Atop West With 3-2 OT Win

The Otters traveled to Kitchener on St. Patrick’s Day for an important game against the Rangers: in a fierce battle for first in the Western Conference, the Otters needed every point possible to keep apace with Owen Sound and London; further, they needed two wins to reach their fourth-straight fifty-win season. The Otters defeated the Rangers 3-2 in overtime to ...

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Express moving to Niagara Falls in 2017-18

MARCH 14, 2017   Just hours after being officially eliminated from the NA3HL playoffs this past weekend, the Lockport Express of the NA3HL announced officially that it will no longer call the Cornerstone CFCU Arena in Lockport, New York its home ice. The Express are moving to the Hyde Park Arena in Niagara Falls, New York. Niagara Falls is located ...

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Parsons Steals 3-2 Game For Knights

In a fierce battle for the top seed in the Western Conference, the Erie Otters hosted the London Knights looking to beat their greatest rival before the playoffs. Though the Otters manufactured the better offensive chances throughout the game, Tyler Parsons stole the game for the Knights, making 41 saves on 43 shots. The Otters lost 3-2. The beginning of ...

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