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attack-red-regularAfter having Wednesday, Jan. 7's game against the Peterborough Petes postponed due to inclement weather, the Owen Sound Attack are set to take on the Sarnia Sting at the Bayshore today, Friday, Jan. 9.

The 7:30 pm puck drop will be the 2nd meeting of the year between the teams, with Sarnia having won the previous meeting by a score of 2-1.

Owen Sound comes into the contest sitting at 16-11-2-7 on the year, good for 41 points and 4th in the Midwest Division. The Sting sit in 2nd place in the West division with a record of 18-15-2-2 prior to their game against the Erie Otters on Thursday, Jan. 8.

attack-tickets-postpone-regToronto, ON – The Ontario Hockey League today announced that the regular season game scheduled to be played tonight, Wednesday January 7, 2015, between the Peterborough Petes hockey club and the host Owen Sound Attack hockey club, has been postponed due to inclement weather and travel conditions.

Ticketholders for the game tonight (January 7th, 2015) will be able to use those tickets for the re-scheduled game (date to be determined). If ticketholders cannot make the re-scheduled game, the tickets dates for tonight's game can be brought in and exchanged for any remaining Wednesday night Regular Season home game this season. The remaining Wednesday night home games are January 28th, February 11th, February 25th and March 18th.

Habs-vs-Nots-regThe United Way of Bruce Grey is thrilled to announce the roster for the upcoming Habs vs Hab-nots fundraising hockey game:

#33 RICHARD SÉVIGNY

He played eight years in the NHL with Montreal Canadiens and Quebec Nordiques. Won the Vezina trophy in 1980-81 and a Stanley Cup with Montreal.
# 5 RICK GREEN

A total of 15 years in the NHL and seven with the Montreal Canadiens.
# 21 GUY CARBONNEAU

19 years in the NHL with Montreal, St-Louis and Dallas. From 1989 to 1994 he has been the Captain of Montreal Canadiens, he won three Stanley cups, two with Montreal and one with Dallas

An action-packed weekend of local hockey fandom came to a close Sunday night as Rogers NHL hockey host Ron McLean broadcast Sunday night's game between the Ottawa Senators and Tampa Bay Lightning from a booth smack in the centre of the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre parking lot.

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