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Final: IceDogs 3 Spitfires 0

The Windsor Spitfires’ offence has suddenly gone dry.

The Spitfires dropped a 3-0 decision to the Niagara IceDogs Sunday before 3,994 at the WFCU Centre and have not gone 106 minutes and 14 seconds since their last goal. 344 more words


Spitfires' inexperience proves costly in 5-4 road loss to IceDogs

ST. CATHARINES – The youth and inexperience of the Windsor Spitfires might have finally shown itself Thursday.

The Spitfires let an early two-goal lead slip away and eventually dropped a 5-4 decision to the Niagara IceDogs before a crowd of 4,137 at the Meridian Centre. 764 more words


IceDogs Face Tough Decision

Marty Williamson and his Niagara IceDogs have an interesting predicament on their hands. Currently sitting 3rd in the OHL’s Central Division, behind the Barrie Colts and the Mississauga Steelheads. 1,002 more words


Central Division Preview

The Barrie Colts have won the East Division two of the last three years and could be poised to finish on top again this year. It could very well be one of the tougher divisions in the league after two of the teams failed to make the playoffs last year. 1,974 more words


Josh Ho-Sang embarrassed that Islanders cut him for oversleeping

Forward Josh Ho-Sang, a New York Islanders 2014 first-round draft pick, said he’s embarrassed by being cut by the team for oversleeping on the first day of training camp. 126 more words

Dogs Land Pastorious from Colts

The Niagara IceDogs have picked up forward, Nick Pastorious off of waivers from the Barrie Colts.

Pastorious, a 96′ born power forward, has spent parts of 2 seasons in Barrie and parts of 2 seasons with the Sault Ste. 43 more words


Canucks re-sign Ronalds Kenins and Alex Friesen

The Canucks have re-signed fourth line winger Ronalds Kenins and minor league centre Alex Friesen. Kenins’ contract is a one year, one-way deal. He’ll have to clear waivers if the Canucks want to re-assign him to the Comets next season. 309 more words

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