The Kitchener-Waterloo Titans were record setters Tuesday night.
Craig McMorris realizes that people might write off his little brother when it comes to competing for Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.
There are many numbers that underscore the surprising rebound of the Toronto Maple Leafs from dead last in the NHL to, as of now, inside the playoff picture.
The St. Catharines Falcons battled their way through adversity against the Niagara Falls Canucks and now have the opportunity to take down the Caledonia Covairs in the Golden Horseshoe Conference finals.
The St. Catharines Falcons have rediscovered the knack for scoring on the power play, and just in time, too.
Any basketball aficionado will tell you when a team shoots under 40 percent, and commits double the turnovers of their opponent they won’t win — and that was exactly the case for the Niagara River Lions Friday night at Meridian Centre.
Class was in session Thursday night in Peterborough, where the young pups on the Niagara IceDogs got to experience playoff hockey at the Ontario Hockey League level for the first time.
The start was there, but in the end the Niagara River Lions couldn’t finish when they needed to in a 105-93 loss to the Kitchener-Waterloo Titans Thursday night at Meridian Centre.
There was no shortage of energy in Gale Centre Wednesday night, as the Niagara Falls Canucks battled their way to a crucial 5-4 victory against the St. Catharines Falcons, tying the best-of-7 series at two wins apiece.