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Ottawa 67's take command against IceDogs with another eight-goal outburst

67’s 8, IceDogs 2

Two games down and it’s still crazy eights for the Ottawa 67’s.

The young 67’s, in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs for the first time in three years and facing a Niagara IceDogs team that finished the regular season on a 25-7-2 run, followed up an 8-5 Game 1 win at home on Thursday night with an 8-2 victory in Game 2 on Saturday afternoon at the TD Place arena. 219 more words

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OHL Eastern Conference Playoff Preview

The Ontario Hockey League Playoffs are officially underway. Below we will take a closer look at the OHL Eastern Conference in this OHL Eastern Conference preview. 1,238 more words

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OHL Playoffs 2015 #GoDogsGo


It’s that time again folks, time for the OHL Playoffs, the second season begins this Thursday, and my hometown team, the Niagara IceDogs are right in the thick of it.  387 more words

General

Spitfires fall to IceDogs and eliminated from playoffs

ST. CATHARINES – Time finally ran out on the Windsor Spitfires’ playoff hopes Sunday.

Facing an uphill battle for weeks, the Spitfires were mathematically eliminated from playoff contention after dropping an 8-4 decision to the Niagara IceDogs before a crowd of 4,499 at the Meridian Centre. 857 more words

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Ottawa 67's fail to stop pack of Niagara IceDogs on the run

IceDogs 8, 67’s 3

The Niagara IceDogs have been chewing up the competition lately, and the Ottawa 67’s were their sixth straight Ontario Hockey League victim on Saturday night. 139 more words

Ottawa

Ho-Sang takes shot at Boughner, Rychel after victory over Spitfires

Two former Spitfires’ first-round draft picks helped the Niagara IceDogs rally for a 3-1 win Sunday over Windsor.

Josh Ho-Sang set up a pair of goals and Jordan Maletta scored the go-ahead goal as the IceDogs beat the Spitfires before 5,676 spectators at the WFCU Centre. 756 more words

Sports

Duff: Ho-Sang returns to Windsor

There is no lingering bitterness.

He does not burn with a desire to show the Windsor Spitfires how wrong they were.

These, insist Josh Ho-Sang, are the facts. 629 more words

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