STAYNER - The Alliston Hornets came out in fine form Thursday night to shut out the Stayner Siskins 5-0 in the Game 1 of the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL)’s Carruthers Division best of seven championship series.
The sting from a year earlier was still very much with Les Canadiennes de Montreal on Sunday.
The official Hockey Day in Canada was held on Feb. 18. It apparently took another two weeks for this country’s NHL franchises to truly celebrate the occasion.
STAYNER - The excitement was palpable at the Stayner Memorial Arena Thursday night as the Stayner Siskins and Midland Flyers clashed in Game 1 of the semi-finals.
STAYNER - Even without Big Ben (Hughes) on the ice, the Siskins pulled of an 8-3 win over the Caledon Golden Hawks Thursday night for a fourth win in the best-of-seven series securing their spot in the semi-finals of the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL).
What has been missing from professional hockey is the excitement factor.
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.
CLEARVIEW TWP. – Stayner Siskins centre Ben Hughes ended the regular season atop the leader board in the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) with 102 points.
Bring on the Kings.