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Attack-Knights-regIt's Classic Rock 94.5 night at the Bayshore!

The Owen Sound Attack are set to take on the London Knights at home tonight after taking three out of four points in a home and home with the Kitchener Rangers. The Attack won the home opener 6-1 before dropping a 4-3 SO decision at the Aud last night.

Attack3-Rangers-regBy Tracey Richardson

The Owen Sound Attack opened their season Wednesday night with plenty of power against the visiting Kitchener Rangers.

The power came in the form of four power play goals in a 6-1 clobbering that also included a shorthanded marker.

Goaltender Jack Flinn narrowly missed recording a shutout, with the spoiler trickling in with less than a minute to go in the game. For his efforts, Flinn was named first star of the game and got a face full of shaving cream from his teammates afterwards.

Coach-featBy Frank Dabbs

Call it the Greg Ireland junior hockey paradox.

If you put winning first you won't win, the head coach of the Owen Sound Attack told me on the eve of the 2014-2015 schedule.

The Ontario Hockey League team's season begins Wednesday at the Harry Lumley arena at 7 p.m. when they play against the Kitchener Rangers.

Before winning, the young men on the team have to be successful with parallel processes, said Ireland. "In our personal conduct off the ice, we do the right thing every day."

attackblack-regThe Owen Sound Attack is pleased to announce that Owen Sound and NHL Alumnus Kevin Weekes will be at Wednesday's Bruce Telecom Home Opener to help kick off the 2014/2015 Season and also help launch the Attack's new No5Hole apparel line. Weekes suited up for the Attack from 1992-1994 before going on to appear in 348 regular season games over parts of eleven seasons in the National Hockey League. Following his playing career, Weekes, 39 now provides color commentary for NHL games on the NHL Network and Hockey Night in Canada. In The Hockey News 2011 edition of the 100 Most Powerful people in ice hockey, Weekes was considered one of the Top 40 under the age of 40.

Mini-Stock-Corry-Young-featBy Doug Townsend

Varney, ON – This past Friday night marked the first "night of champions" in Full Throttle Motor Speedway history as points champions where crowned in each class. Also in the Pro Late Model class the Sgt. J Johannessen memorial trophy donated by Royal Engraving & Trophies was on the line for the best overall finisher for the night.

In Pro Late Model action #11 Cole Weber from New Hamburg started the night with a slim four point advantage over #1 Kent Nuhn from Desboro. In feature one Weber would start from the fourth position while Nuhn drew the number seven starting position.

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