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  • Sanborn native Tom McCollum recalled by the Detriot Red Wings

    mccollumprintTom McCollum, Sanborn, has been recalled by the Detriot Red Wings. The 25 year-old goaltender got the call on January 12 to join the NHL team when starting netminder and All-Star Jimmy Howard was put on injured reserve after suffering ...
  • FUTURE SABRES: JUSTIN BAILEY

    Bailey_Justin2By Warren Kozireski Justin Bailey had ties to Buffalo before he even realized that hockey was his calling instead of following in his father, former Buffalo Bills linebacker Carlton’s footsteps. He and his mother lived in the same condo complex as ...
  • Sabres #39 Retired

    domwebsmileBy: Randy Schultz It has been quite a year for Dominik Hasek. First he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Earlier this month, he had his number 39 officially retired by the Sabres. Hasek’s hockey career is legendary. A two-time NHL ...

Amateur

  • Varsity Chiefs Play in First Niagara Center Championship

    imageThe Iroquois Chiefs hockey team played in the championship game at the First Niagara Center last Monday night. Led by Head Coach Dale Reinig, Coach Ed Stenzel and General Manager Chuck Giambra, the team earned their first appearance in Super ...
  • NJPH Send Five Teams to the State Tournament

    imageThe Niagara Jr Purple Eagles (NJPH) have placed five teams in the state tournament. The five teams include the boys 18U (coach John Nichols), 14U (coach Mike Woods) and 12U (coach Matt Spameni) teams as well as the girls 19U ...
  • Buffalo Stars Players off to the All Star Games

    buffalo stars webSeveral Buffalo Stars U16 and U18 players have been selected to participate in the National Junior Prospects Hockey League All Star Event April 10-12 in Burlington, Ontario. “Our All Star Event is comprised of 6 teams of combined U16 and U18 ...

College

  • Canisius Hockey Drops Regular-Season Finale at Air Force

    6876_canisius_golden_griffins-alternate-2006The Canisius College hockey team couldn’t overcome a slow start as Air Force eased to a 4-1 victory on Saturday in the regular-season finale. The Griffs, who had already secured the second seed for the Atlantic Hockey Tournament, dropped to ...
  • NU Hockey Edged 2-1 In Regular Season Finale

    nuThe Niagara Purple Eagles took the Robert Morris Colonials to the wire and got another stellar effort from Jackson Teichroeb, but lost a tight regular season finale 2-1 on Saturday night at 84 Lumber Arena. Phil Nasca got the Purple Eagles ...
  • Griffs Hockey Secures Second with 4-1 Win at Air Force

    6876_canisius_golden_griffins-alternate-2006The Canisius College hockey team clinched the second seed for the Atlantic Hockey Tournament with a 4-1 victory at Air Force on Friday night. The win moves the Griffs to 16-10-7 on the season and 15-6-6 in Atlantic Hockey play, ...

High School

  • “Raiding” the HarborCenter

    mrozSt. Francis brings the Midwest Prep League (all of it) to Buffalo By Michael Mroziak It hasn’t taken long for word of one of Western New York’s newest attractions to travel beyond the region. Already gaining high praise in its inaugural winter, ...
  • SECTION V

    warrenBy Warren Kozireski Fairport, independent McQuaid and Pittsford were ranked among the top-ten in the Jan.6 New York State Sportswriters poll with Webster Thomas, Rush-Henrietta, Geneseo/Livonia/Dansville and the Greece Thunder right on their heels as the stretch run commenced in Section ...
  • Section VI

    PFALZER,EMby Matthew Ondesk Dougherty mature beyond his years “I really had to learn how to grow up and take care of myself. Just had to rely on myself, you can’t really rely on anybody else. You have to take care of your ...

 

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    Kyle Croxall of Canada crosses the finish line ahead of Cameron Naasz of the USA and Kilian Braun of Switzerland during the final of the Red Bull Crashed Ice, the Ice Cross Downhill World Championship 2013, at the Niagara Falls, Canada on December 1, 2012. // balazsgardi.com/Red Bull Content Pool // P-20121202-00005 // Usage for editorial use only // Please go to www.redbullcontentpool.com for further information. //Third Year’s A Charm: Red Bull Crashed Ice Qualifiers Kick Off In The US Ice Cross Downhill World Championship Back To Saint Paul, Mn. Feb 20-22 SAINT PAUL, MN., November 15, 2013 – Red Bull Crashed Ice is coming back to the ...
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  • Portland Pirates Forward Luke Adam Named American Hockey League’s Outstanding Rookie

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League announced today that forward Luke Adam of the Portland Pirates has been named the winner of the Dudley (Red) Garrett Memorial Award as the AHL’s outstanding rookie for the 2010-11 season, as voted ...
  • Hornets Punctuate The End Of An Era With Ohio Rock ‘n’ Roll Tournament Victory

    The weekend of April 8th through 10th was a special one for what turned out to be the last amateur hockey team to play wearing the black and purple of the Buffalo Hornets. First, the 18U team was taking the ...
  • Three Buffalo Regals Selected Among The Top 11 Picks

    BUFFALO, N.Y. (May 2, 2011) — Seven Western New York hockey players were among the 90 players aged 15 and 16 selected in the United States Hockey League’s 2011 Futures Draft on April 19, with three players from the Buffalo ...
  • ECC’s Frijol And Lyness Named First Team All NJCAA All American

    Nicholas Friol and Todd Lyness were both named first-team selections to the 2011 NJCAA All-America hockey team, announced by the NJCAA. Friol, a sophomore forward from Orchard Park, N.Y., was also the most valuable player at the 2011 NJCAA Championships where ...
  • Buffalo Sabres Agree To Terms With Marcus Foligno

    BUFFALO, NY (May 25, 2011) – Buffalo Sabres GM Darcy Regier announced today that forward Marcus Foligno has agreed to terms on a three-year entry level contract. Foligno was selected by Buffalo in the fourth-round (104th overall) of the 2009 ...