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Siskins crush Terriers

The red-hot Stayner Siskins gave new meaning to starting fast Thursday night when they erupted for three lightning-quick goals in the game's opening two minutes while tallying 10 goals in a dominant first period en route to earning a crushing 11-4 victory over the visiting Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers.

Dylan Strome was returned to the OHL by the Coyotes last week, making him elegible for the world junior hockey championship being hosted by Toronto and Montreal this year. (The Canadian Press/Hockey Canada Images/James Emery/Files)

Strome embracing leadership role

As the face of the Canada’s world junior team, Dylan Strome still flashes the odd grimace when he thinks about the twist his career has taken. And understandably so.

Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving

Treliving: We're not shopping Dougie

As his team wrapped up their first skate at the Scotiabank Saddledome since the completion of their six-game road trip, Brad Treliving addressed a handful of matters.

Major peewee Terriers sustain loss

The Jim Wilson Chevrolet major peewee AE Terriers clashed with the rival Innisfil Winterhawks Saturday night at Rotary Place. The Terriers played well and built a 2-1 advantage in the hotly-contested York Simcoe Hockey Association contest. However, the 'Hawks rallied to knot the score and then tallied a late, heart-breaking goal to earn a 3-2 victo

Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers forward Mitchell Pellarin stands in front of Penetang Kings goalie Andrew North, an Orillia native, during action Saturday night at Rotary Place. The two were formerly teammates on Patrick Fogarty’s high-school hockey team. North backstopped his team to a 7-4 win.

Terriers suffer defeat

Missed opportunities. Bad breaks. Critical mistakes. Pick your poison, but for the Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers, finding a different way to lose each night is taking its toll.

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