Submitted By Anna-Lisa & Dave Walker on Sunday, February 22, 2015 (84 views)
The U8 Ice Hawks attended the Kiwanis Club of
Lakeshore pancake breakfast on February 8, 2015, to show their
appreciation to Kiwanis for sponsoring the first-ever U8 team.
generosity of Kiwanis, the team was able to purchase Ice Hawks jerseys
and matching socks for every player.
Coach Dave Walker and the players presented a framed team picture to Ford Upton, President of Kiwanis Club of Lakeshore.
with the team and Mr. Bon Soo are representatives from Kiwanis Club of
Lakeshore (from L to R): Bonnie Marcil, Ford Upton, and Dr. Jim
McDonald. Thank you Kiwanis!
Submitted By Daniel Wood-Salomom on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 (60 views)
The girls started the weekend off Friday
night against Waterloo, and a nail biter it was until the second
period! The girls went into the 2nd period tied 4-4, but then put their
best game forward and came out winning 8-4. Saturday
morning, bright and early, up against the host team Ayr, the girls
swept the win away 10-1 and then again in the afternoon 10-1 against Ayr
again. Off to the finals Sunday
afternoon, the U12 girls played their hearts out and came out with a
silver medal and a loss of 6-4. A fun filled weekend had by all !!!
Submitted By Daniel Wood-Salomom on Wednesday, February 18, 2015 (87 views)
From the moment they stepped on
the ice, the U8 Ice Hawks showed everyone that little kids can have big
skills. The girls could hardly wait to get out on the ice and play!
They skated hard from the first whistle to the last buzzer, with smiles
on their faces the entire time. Their occasional on-ice antics also
kept the crowd quite entertained. Coaches Dave, Dan and Christine were
very proud of how the girls played. They practiced hard leading up to
the tournament and it was great to see them put their skills to the
test. They didn’t disappoint! They finished the day with a win, a tie,
and a whole lot of fun. Read More
Submitted By Rebecca Young on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 (117 views)
Our U10 team participated in the Ayr Tournament of Hearts this past weekend.
Every game played, win or lose, the girls played hard every shift up
until the final buzzer. They were 2-1 in the round robin against Guelph
and Ayr and then went on to play Guelph in the finals.
Submitted By Denis Campbell on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 (132 views)
With the end of the season quickly approaching and the fate of the
provincial tournament still in doubt, the Ayr Tournament of Hearts was the last
chance for the U14 Sault Ice Hawks to end the regular season on a winning note
and propel themselves into the Ontario U14 Provincial A Championships…and I
must say the girls were up for the challenge!!