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Ben Jones Interview

I recently had the chance to interview the 7th overall pick in this years OHL Priority Selection Draft, Ben Jones of the Toronto Marlboros and Future Niagara Icedog. 975 more words

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67's GM Pat Higgins returns to scouting

After a year in the job, Pat Higgins has decided to give up his chair as the general manger of the Ottawa 67’s and return to scouting. 90 more words

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Niagara IceDogs take down the Ottawa 67's

The Ottawa 67’s were eliminated by the Niagara IceDogs at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines. The ‘Dogs, who had been outscored 16-7 in losing the first two games of the series in Ottawa, held on for a 4-3 victory on Easter Sunday that gave them the Eastern Conference quarter-final 4-2. 9 more words

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67's head home tied with Niagara

Niagara 4, Ottawa 3 (OT)

(The series if deadlocked 2-2)

The Ottawa 67’s head home from St. Catharines in a 2-2 deadlock with the Niagara Ice Dogs as home ice is ruling in this Ontario Hockey League series. 258 more words

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Niagara IceDogs show Ottawa 67's they're not about to go quietly

IceDogs 6, 67’s 2

Ottawa coach Jeff Brown had sounded the warning as the Ontario Hockey League Eastern Conference quarterfinal shifted to the Niagara IceDogs’ home ice with the 67’s leading 2-0, having scored eight goals in each of the first two games. 149 more words

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As the shirt says, Ottawa 67's playing for the logo in the playoffs

67’s 8, IceDogs 2

(67’s lead best-of-seven conference quarter-final 2-0)

The Ottawa 67’s are wearing new playoff T-shirts with the words “I Play For The (67’s) Logo”, and any more prophetic playoff mantra has never been written, at least through six periods. 889 more words

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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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