Despite being outshot 39-14 on Friday night, the Sting deserved a better fate against the visiting Oshawa Generals.
By DAN MCCAFFERY Goalie Hunter Johnson’s stellar performance Friday helped the Sarnia Legionnaires edge the St.
Photo courtesy OHL Images. After five straight road games, the Sting return to the RBC Centre this weekend to take on the Oshawa Generals and the Sudbury Wolves.
ST. CATHARINES – The Sarnia Sting dropped a 2-0 decision to the Niagara IceDogs, Saturday night in front of 3,983 fans at the recently opened Meridian Centre.
ERIE, Pa. – The Erie Otters scored three power play goals on their way to a 5-2 victory over the Sarnia Sting, Friday night in front of 4,524 fans at the Erie Insurance Arena.
NORTH BAY – The Sarnia Sting let one slip away Sunday afternoon.
Photo of Sting goaltender Taylor Dupuis courtesy www.sarniasting.com BARRIE – Goalie Taylor Dupuis didn’t start things off well Thursday afternoon when he was late for the team bus going from the hotel to the Barrie Molson Centre.
Riley Roberts scores in an. 8-2 loss in Chatham. It was a tough weekend for the Sarnia Legionnaires that began with a tough 3-2 loss to the Strathroy Rockets which saw an end to their 13 game winning streak, falling one game short of breaking the franchise record for most consecutive wins followed by a spanking in Chatham to the tune of 8-2.
Photo by Metcalfe Photography (www.metcalfephotography.com) It was one of those games the Sarnia Sting would like to forget all about.