Last weekend, the Sting were victories in 4 games played over the course of 4 and a half days.
Photo courtesy www.sarniasting.com They are doing it in different ways, but the important thing is they are winning hockey games.
Photo courtesy www.sarniasting.com PLYMOUTH, Mich. – The good times continue for the Sarnia Sting.
Photo courtesy www.sarniasting.com Earlier this season the Sarnia Sting were finding ways to lose games late.
Photo courtesy Sarnia Sting SAGINAW, Mich. – Backed by the solid goaltending of Taylor Dupuis, the Sarnia Sting posted a 3-1 win over the Saginaw Spirit Wednesday night in front of 2,352 fans at the Dow Event Centre.
It’s strange sometimes how hockey games can be decided. Take Sunday’s match between the Sarnia Sting and Saginaw Spirit.
The Erie Otters may not have superstar Connor McDavid in the lineup for a while, but they are still a good hockey team.
WINDSOR – The Sarnia Sting came up with an important 5-3 victory over the Windsor Spitfires, Thursday night in front of 4,780 fans at the Windsor Family Credit Union Centre.
Despite being outshot 39-14 on Friday night, the Sting deserved a better fate against the visiting Oshawa Generals.
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.