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Buffalo Stars Labor Day Bantam/Midget Showcase

BUFFALO STARS YOUTH HOCKEY LABOR DAY BANTAM/MIDGET SHOWCASE AA and AAA Divisions U13, U14, U15, U16, U18 4 game guarantee September 1-3, 2017 Visit www.buffalostars.com or call us at 716-491-0375 Email to: sportsniag@aol.com USA Hockey Sanction #NYT1718006

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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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Foegele’s Breakaway Goal Gifts Otters 3-2 Win

With a well-earned Game One victory under their belts, the Otters met the Mississauga Steelheads in Erie on Sunday for the second game of the OHL Championship Series. Warren Foegele’s go-ahead goal with under two minutes left in the third period put the Otters up 2-1, and DeBrincat’s empty net goal would later secure the 3-2 victory for the Otters. ...

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Trevor Large named Head Coach at Canisius

Trevor Large, a member of the Canisius coaching staff for the past three seasons and an 11-year coaching veteran in Atlantic Hockey, has been named head coach of the Golden Griffins hockey program, Director of Athletics Bill Maher announced Friday. The seventh head coach in program history, and the fourth at the Division I level, Large was promoted after serving ...

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A warrior never quits….by Jeff Serowik

  I am currently in  Vegas with Billy Jaffe, we just completed a weekend Hockey Intensive Camp together. I love talking hockey with Billy. I say the same when I talk to Brick, I learn something new every time. I was telling him about how beneficial the Bauer Experience is to players at my AAA BU camps. They go over ...

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Otters Eliminate Attack With 7-2 Victory

The Erie Otters traveled to Owen Sound for Game Six of the Western Conference Finals, where the Attack were facing elimination. The Otters capitalized on their chances and, despite a close first and second period, defeated the Owen Sound Attack 7-2 to move on to the OHL Finals. Anthony Cirelli scored a hat-trick and added an assist for the Otters. ...

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New England Wolves EHL hire NCAA Champion Tim Kunes

  Laconia, NH. The New England Wolves JR Hockey program has announced the hiring of Tim Kunes to be their EHL Elite Head Coach and EHL Premier Assistant Coach for the 2017-18 season.   “The Wolves organization is extremely pleased to announce the hiring of Coach Tim Kunes.  Tim has an outstanding hockey pedigree, having played at some of the highest levels ...

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Otters fall 6-3

After splitting the first two games in Erie, the Otters headed to Owen Sound, Ontario to face the Attack in Game 3. Troy Timpano started in the Otters’ net after Joe Murdaca played both of the series’ home games. Though the Otters pushed the Attack offensively, they were unable to come away with a win, falling 6-3. Jordan Sambrook continued ...

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