Posts Tagged ‘Sarnia Sports’

Sarnia Sting practice camp begins this Saturday

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Our 2013 Training Camp is set to open on Saturday, August 24th at the RBC Centre. All practices and scrimmages will be open to media and the public. Below is a list of dates and times: Saturday, August 24th – Orientation Camp 9:00 AM All 96s, 97s & Free Agent Invitees report to The RBC [...]

Sarnia Sting announces coaching staff hires


The Sarnia Sting has hired three coaches to assist Head Coach Trevor Letowski this upcoming season. The new additions include Andy Delmore as assistant coach, Dave Rook as goaltending coach, and Kathy McLlwain as the club’s power skating technician. “I could not be more excited about the additions of Andy, Dave and Kathy to our [...]

Passionate about sports (and interested in writing about it)? We’d like to hear from you


There’s little doubt that Sarnia and Lambton County are chock full of dedicated sports fans., which has, in less than three years (we launched in November 2010) earned a reputation for advancing local coverage in our community, would like to “notch it up a level or two” when it comes to our sports coverage. [...]

Lambton Shores Predators sign new head coach for upcoming season


The Lambton Shores Predators have signed Dave Warren as its head coach for the 2013/2014 season. Warren, who for the last 11 seasons has worked with the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League as their area scout and skills coach, also assisted on the bench during the 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 seasons. “Dave brings a [...]

Sarnia Imperials defeat Tri City Outlaws

The Sarnia Imperials defeated the Tri City Outlaws 18 – 12 Saturday night. Now with a record of 3-4, Sarnia is in second place in the West Division with 6 points and one game remaining. Tri City (from the Kitchener-Waterloo area) also has 6 points, but with no games remaining (3 – 5). Sarnia is [...]

Sarnia player among Canada Rugby team that beat U.S. to win under-20 Nations Cups

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Sarnia native (and Sarnia Saints RFC member) Daria Keane was part of a team that defeated the United States to take home the top prize in the under-20 Nations Cup for rugby on Sunday. It is the first time a nation other than England has won the tournament. “It’s a pretty important day in women’s [...]

Sarnia Legionnaires plan to commemorate past championship squads

By Dan McCaffery Plans are being laid to celebrate two Sarnia Bees championship squads next winter. Bob Williamson, general manager of the Sarnia Legionnaires, unveiled that news – along with other ideas the local Jr. ‘B’ hockey club is exploring – during a meeting earlier this week to discuss a possible alumni association. If an [...]

Sarnia Legionnaires signs big forward

By Dan McCaffery The Sarnia Legionnaires have signed a big forward known for his ability to put the puck in the net. General manager Bob Williamson announced Monday the Jr. ‘B’ hockey club has committed to highly touted prospect Riley Roberts. Roberts, a Sarnia native, played Jr. ‘C’ for the Mooretown Flags last winter, scoring 20 goals [...]

Sting picks Belarus talent in first round of 2013 CHL Import Draft

The Sarnia Sting has serlected Vladislav Kodola as the 27th pick in the first round of the 2013 Canadian Hockey League Import Draft. The 16-year old played for Severstal Cherepovets last season and recorded 40 points in 28 games. As well at the St. Petersburg Championship in Russia, Kodola recorded 13 points in 12 games. [...]

Sting’s Trevor Letowski becomes first to play and subsequently coach for team


Sarnia Sting’s appointment of Trevor Letowski as head coach makes him the first player in the club’s history to be named to the permanent role. Letowski had served previously as the Associate Coach for two seasons (2011/12 – 2012/13) and prior to that was the Assistant Coach (2010/11) of the hockey club. During the 2010-11 [...]