The Short, but Eventful History of Tim Horton’s Field

After being a mainstay of Hamilton, Ontario for eighty-four years, the iconic Ivor Wynne Stadium closed its door for the last time in October 2012, and was then demolished in the months that followed to bring about an end of an era of sport in Hamilton. In its exact place, now stands Tim Hortons Field… Continue reading The Short, but Eventful History of Tim Horton’s Field

OHL’s Eastern Conference Getting More Competitive

Typically after the Trade Deadline, the Eastern Conference separates into a few different categories. You have the teams who are completely untouchable and you know will be playing in the third round at the very least. Then you have the teams who could get hot and go on a run, and then you have the… Continue reading OHL’s Eastern Conference Getting More Competitive

67’s Tough Weekend Nets Just 1 Point

After winning all three of their games two weekends ago, the 67's hit a bump in the road this past weekend, picking up just one of a possible six points. This comes as their schedule sees them facing some of the Eastern Conference's top teams, but it was far from being entirely negative despite the… Continue reading 67’s Tough Weekend Nets Just 1 Point

67’s Fall in Emotional Bout Against Generals

The Ottawa 67's played host to the Oshawa Generals for the sixth time of the 2021-22 Ontario Hockey League season on Friday night in a game that got emotional for both sides. It was sparked by a rivalry that goes back a long time and two competitive teams reaching the boiling point. The Generals made… Continue reading 67’s Fall in Emotional Bout Against Generals