Posts Tagged ‘Sarnia Sports’

Annual Sarnia Girls Silver Stick tournament going on this weekend

Sarnia Girls SIlverstick

The Sarnia Girls Silver Stick 16th Annual Hockey Tournament will be held this weekend starting on Friday January 31 to February 2, 2014. A total of 72 teams will be competing in seven divisions: Midget AA, Midget A, Midget BB, Midget B, Peewee AA, Peewee A and Peewee B. Games will be played out of [...]

Local boxer fighting for Canadian title this weekend

Frank "The Hammer" White

Frank “The Hammer” White a local Sarnia boxer is heading to Moncton, New Brunswick to fight for the C.P.B.C  Belt, a title that represents all of Canada in the Canadian boxing world. White is originally a hockey player who found his love and passion for boxing at age 16. After many years of training and [...]

Sarnia Legionnaires fall to Chatham Maroons in 5-1 Sunday contest

By Dan McCaffery The Sarnia Legionnaires fell 5-1 to the Chatham Maroons in Jr. ‘B’ hockey action Sunday, putting an end to their modest five-game winning streak. The loss was the first Sarnia has suffered since before Christmas. Ryan Vendramin scored his 20 th of the season for the Legionnaires in the first period, roofing [...]

Sarnia Sting loses shootout to Windsor Spitfires but gains valuable point


By DAVE BORODY It was a case of the glass half-empty or half-full, depending how you look at it, for the Sarnia Sting Sunday afternoon. The Sting lost 8-7 in a shootout to the Windsor Spitfires in front of 2,928 fans at the RBC Centre. Sarnia did gain a valuable point in their battle to [...]

Sarnia Sting bounce back with strong finish, beating Plymouth Whalers, 6-2

Sting player Vladislav Kodola scored one of several goals against the Plymouth Whalers on Saturday. Photo courtesy

By DAVE BORODY PLYMOUTH, Michigan – After playing one of their worst games of the season Friday night, the Sarnia Sting bounced back to play one of their best games of the year Saturday night. And it couldn’t have come at a more appropriate time. The Sting posted a solid 6-2 victory over the Plymouth Whalers in front of [...]

Sarnia Legionnaires blank Lambton Shores Predators, 9-0


By Dan McCaffery The Sarnia Legionnaires won their fifth game in a row Thursday, blanking the Lambton Shores Predators 9-0. Goalie Hunter Johnson made 15 saves to pick up the third shutout of his Jr. ‘B’ hockey career. He was also credited with an assist and was named the game’s first star. Captain Nathan Mater [...]

Sarnia Sting lose to Oshawa Generals, 5-2


By DAVE BORODY OSHAWA  – A gritty effort by the Sarnia Sting unfortunately failed to produce any points Sunday afternoon. The Sting dropped a 5-2 decision to the Oshawa Generals in front of 5,191 fans at the GM Motors Place. The loss was Sarnia’s third straight in the Ontario Hockey League. Once again the final [...]

Sarnia Sting falls short in Saturday contest against Peterborough Petes, losing 7-4 in away game

Photo of Matt Ciccarelli courtesy

By DAVE BORODY PETERBOROUGH – The Sarnia Sting dropped a 7-4 decision to the Peterborough Petes, Saturday night in front of 2,822 fans at the Peterborough Memorial Gardens. The loss was the second in as many nights for the Sting who remain in ninth place in the Western Conference of the Ontario Hockey League. Sarnia [...]

Sarnia Sting fall to Soo Greyhounds in Friday action at the RBC


By DAVE BORODY The biggest crowd of the season went home disappointed Friday night. Just over 4,000 fans watched the Sarnia Sting drop a 6-2 decision to the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds at the RBC Centre. The loss snapped a two-game wining streak for the Sting in the Ontario Hockey League while the Greyhounds have [...]

Sarnia Sting set for busy upcoming weekend


With the trade deadline looming, the Sting completed a deal with the Greyhounds which sent forward, Bryan Moore and defenseman, Tyler Hore to the Soo in exchange for top-tiered defenseman, Kevin Spinozzi. Less than 24 hours after completing the deal, the two teams faced off in Sault Ste. Marie where the Hounds came out on [...]