The Niagara Falls Canucks have struggled to find chemistry to start the season, losing their fourth straight game on Friday night against the Ancaster Avalanche by a score of 2-1.
It’s the final wrap of 2017.
An earlier start to the season, and seven straight games at home in March, highlight the Niagara River Lions 2017-18 campaign.
In a span of four days no fewer than seven individuals put St. Catharines on the national and international lacrosse stage.
This OHL season starts with so much uncertainty.
Veteran returnees, and top draft picks, are usually locks to crack line-ups when it comes to Ontario Hockey League rosters.
Falcons will be grounded, Blue Devils exorcised, and Hornets and Spartans clustered shoulder-to- shoulder in the same huddle when the high school football season kicks off next week in Niagara.
Wearing throwback jerseys in honour of their history, the Brock Badgers men’s hockey team made their own history Friday night at the Meridian Centre.
The St. Catharines Falcons junior B hockey team celebrated their 50th season at home in winning fashion, downing their arch rivals the Niagara Falls Canucks 5-0.