The Ottawa Senators kicked off their Provincial Women’s Hockey League season on the right note this past weekend with a pair of wins and a tie on a road trip that took them to Brampton, Cambridge and Waterloo.
Jr. A city teams struggle to keep pace with towns
Created On: September 29, 2011
It’s seven years and counting since the last time a team from within Ottawa city limits won a Central Canada Jr. A Hockey League championship. Cornwall, Pembroke and Brockville have all been a step ahead of the pack in recent years, and it’s not entirely a coincidence that those franchises have excelled, say the general managers from Ottawa clubs, who face a set of inherent challenges compared to their counterparts in the smaller towns.
Prince-less 67’s fire 6 goals past Kingston
Updated On: September 26, 2011
Five different players scored for the Ottawa 67’s yesterday afternoon as the OHL club got off to a 2-0 start with a 6-2 victory over the Kingston Frontenacs at the J. Benson Cartage Centre.
Wildcats open PWHL season with 2 pts in 3 games
Created On: September 26, 2011
The Nepean Wildcats came away with two points in three games from the first weekend road trip to the GTA of their Provincial Women’s Hockey League season.
Ceci shines in 67’s season-opening win
Created On: September 24, 2011
The year where lots of big things could come the way of Cody Ceci got off to an ideal start last night as the Orleans defenceman scored the game-winning goal for his Ottawa 67’s in a 2-1 victory over the Belleville Bulls in front of 7,286 fans at the newly-named J. Benson Cartage Centre.
Jr. Sens & Rangers follow similar paths, a year apart
Updated On: September 16, 2011
The first meeting of the season between the Gloucester Rangers and the Ottawa Jr. Senators told the story of two strong franchises that are perhaps a year apart in their development cycles, as the Jr. Sens cruised to a 6-2 home-ice victory on Wednesday at Jim Peplinski Arena.
3 CCHL coaches all leave demanding jobs for more family time
Updated On: September 14, 2011
Three of the five Central Canada Jr. A Hockey League franchises inside the City of Ottawa have lost their head coaches since the end of last season, and all cited the same motive for their resignations – “family reasons.”
Jr. Sens claim perfect record at CCHL showcase weekend
Updated On: September 12, 2011
Unexpected results prevailed at this past weekend’s Central Canada Jr. A Hockey League season-opening showcase event, with traditional favourites falling and teams facing underdog odds coming out on top.
City teams impress on Jr. A opening night
Created On: September 10, 2011
The Central Canada Hockey League 2011-12 season kicked off last night at the Kanata Recreation Centre and the three city teams put together solid debut performances.
Jr. Sens coach resigns
Created On: September 9, 2011
The Ottawa Jr. Senators were all set to begin their Central Canada Jr. ‘A’ Hockey League season with a new coach, and now they’ll have to start it with a new new head coach following Peter Ambroziak’s resignation.