It certainly wasn’t for a lack of effort.
The passing of George "The Animal" Steele at age 79 did not come as a surprise.
It was the North Bay Battalion’s turn to choose the menu, and this time it was the Niagara IceDogs who went home hungry.
The Brock Badgers men’s hockey team is playing a familiar foe in the opening round of the OUA West Division playoffs.
It was Dave Bell’s shortest pregame speech ever. And it produced the Niagara’s IceDogs biggest win of the season.
For the second time in four years the “unofficial city championship” for high schools in Niagara Falls was won by an out-of-town team.
Too bad power play goals, like hydroelectricity, can’t be stored and used when they’re needed to get a team out a funk and into the win column.
Grace Lokole certainly didn’t mince his words, and neither did the founder and CEO of the Niagara River Lions.
Tom Renney has Plan A and Plan B and maybe even a Plan C in his Hockey Canada office and admits he has no clue whether NHL players will be participating in the Olympic Games next year in Korea.