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Sting (finally) win a shootout, beating Peterborough Petes 5-4

  By DAVE BORODY PETERBOROUGH – The Sarnia Sting is no longer winless in shootouts. But it took a little longer than expected. Craig Hottot scored on Sarnia’s seventh attempt in the shootout to provide his team with a 5-4 victory over the Peterborough Petes, Thursday night in front of 2,403 fans at the Peterborough [...]

Depleted Sarnia Sting suffers 4-1 loss to Kitchener Rangers

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  By DAVE BORODY KITCHENER – The Sarnia Sting dropped a 4-1decision to the Kitchener Rangers, Sunday afternoon in front of 6,299 fans at the Kitchener Auditorium. It marked the first time this season the Sting has lost back-to-back games in regulation time in the Ontario Hockey League. A depleted Sting lineup saw their overall [...]

Sarnia Sting lose a rare regulation time contest to Niagara IceDogs

  By DAVE BORODY A shorthanded Sarnia Sting dropped a 4-2 decision to the Niagara IceDogs, Saturday night in front of 3,076 fans at the RBC Centre. The loss was only the fifth of the season in regulation time for the Sting who saw their overall record fall to 15-5-1-4 in the Ontario Hockey League. [...]

Sarnia Sting lose to Barrie Colts 4-3 in shootout


By DAVE BORODY The Sarnia Sting has enjoyed a great deal of success so far this season in the Ontario Hockey League. But there’s one statistic they rank at the bottom of the league. And that’s their record in shootouts. The Sting lost their fourth shootout game of the season Thursday night dropping a 4-3 [...]

Thompson registers hat trick as Sting dampen the Spirit, 6-3


By DAVE BORODY A wild third period propelled the Sarnia Sting to victory Friday night. The Sting scored four goals in the third stanza to skate off with a 6-3 triumph over the Saginaw Spirit in front of 3,085 fans at the RBC Centre. Brett Thompson led the Sting offence with three goals; Nail Yakupov [...]

Sarnia Sting take 3-2 loss to Kitchener Rangers at RBC Centre


By DAVE BORODY Photo by Metcalfe Photography The Sarnia Sting ran into a hot goalie on Thursday night. John Gibson turned aside 38 of 40 shots he faced in leading the Kitchener Rangers to a 3-2 win over the Sting in front of only 2,581 fans at the RBC Centre. The loss dropped Sarnia’s overall record [...]

Sting’s Yakupov drops to number two on latest NHL draft projection


The latest rankings for the 2012 NHL draft  by the International Scouting Services has dropped Nail Yakupov of the Sarnia Sting to number two on its list behind fellow Russian Mikhail Grigorenko of the Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Grigorenko, who won't turn 18 until May 2012, has 16 goals and [...]

Sarnia Sting take down St. Michael’s Majors with 4-2 victory

By DAVE BORODY MISSISSAUGA – Rookie defenceman Anthony DeAngelo has scored three goals so far this season for the Sarnia Sting. That’s impressive in itself, but what’s even more impressive is the fact all three have been game winners. DeAngelo scored what proved to be the winning goal as the Sting skated to a 4-2 [...]

Sarnia Sting power play fails to materialize in 5-2 loss to Owen Sound Attack

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  By DAVE BORODY OWEN SOUND – The Owen Sound Attack is supposed to be in a rebuilding mode after winning Ontario Hockey League championship last season. Gone are a number of their top offensive weapons from a year ago. But they played like champions Friday night as they skated to a 5-2 victory over [...]

Galchenyuk happy to have surgery behind him


Injured Sarnia Sting forward Alex Galchenyuk has told that hopes to be back on skates sometime next month. The first overall selection in the 2010 OHL Priority Selection injured his knee is a pre-season game against Windsor in September at the RBC Centre and underwent surgery to repair a torn knee ligament on October [...]