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Rebels rebound for ball hockey bronze at home nationals

Updated On: September 11, 2015
A day after a loss of the most deflating variety – their only defeat of the tournament – the Ottawa Rebels women’s ball hockey team came back out for the bronze medal match on Aug. 15 at the Canadian Ball Hockey Association National Championships and finished up their home event with a victory at Walkley Arena.

Local hockey products shine for U18 Team Canada

Updated On: September 11, 2015
Ottawa’s William Bitten helped the national men’s under-18 hockey team to its 8th-straight gold medal at the summertime Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup in Czech Republic, while Ottawa Senators Provincial Women’s Hockey League forwards Anonda Hoppner and Tasza Tarnowski helped the Canadian U18 women to a 2-1 exhibition series victory over USA in Lake Placid, NY.

Only runners-up locally, Wildcats rise to Ontario silver

Updated On: May 6, 2015
They couldn’t have lost in much more heart-breaking fashion – double-overtime in the championship game – but there were plenty of smiles nonetheless for the Nepean Wildcats as they collected their silver medals from the Bantam ‘AA’ division at the April 9-12 Ontario Women’s Hockey Association provincial championships in Mississauga.

Unsatisfying sledge worlds silver for Team Canada pair

Updated On: May 6, 2015
Whenever the equation of Team Canada plus hockey equals anything other than gold, it’s an unpleasant finish, but Ottawa’s Marc Dorion and Ben Delaney were able to find a bit a silver lining to their team’s runner-up performance at the April 26-May 3 IPC Sledge Hockey World Championship in Buffalo.

Louis-Riel wraps up OFSAA with antique-bronze

Created On: April 17, 2015
The Louis-Riel Rebelles train ran out of fuel on the last day of the March 9-12 OFSAA ‘AAA/AAAA’ Girls’ Hockey Championships as they settled for an antique-bronze medal with a 2-1 loss to Father Leo J. Austin Wildcats, finishing fourth out of 20 teams.

Rattray takes silver in wild IIHF worlds final

Created On: April 16, 2015
Women’s hockey is no stranger to seeing Canada vs USA championship games, and Ottawa native Jamie Lee Rattray has been a part of a few herself, including twice at the under-18 level and a Four Nations Cup shootout victory earlier this season.

OFSAA basketball & hockey podiums for home teams

Updated On: April 9, 2015
Local teams won medals in both the OFSAA provincial high school sports championships hosted in town from March 9-12, with the Merivale Marauders earning bronze in the ‘AA’ boys’ basketball event and the Louis-Riel Rebelles taking antique-bronze for 4th place in ‘AAA/AAAA’ girls’ hockey.

Capital hosts world’s largest special needs hockey tourney

Updated On: April 9, 2015
The Capital City Condors hosted the largest Special Hockey International Tournament to date with 73 teams as special needs hockey players lit up west-end areas with slapshots, slides and smiles from March 18-21.

Jr. Sens head to Game 7 showdown

Updated On: April 9, 2015
The Ottawa Jr. Senators were headed to a deciding Game 7 with Pembroke Lumber Kings in the second round of the Central Canada Jr. ‘A’ Hockey League playoffs.

Jr. Sens sweep Rangers in CCHL 1st round

Updated On: March 23, 2015
The Ottawa Jr. Senators dug out the brooms on Friday, March 20 at Earl Armstrong Arena to complete the sweep against the Gloucester Rangers in the first round of the Central Canada Jr. ‘A’ Hockey League playoffs.

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