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Terriers fall to Hornets

In what was likely a first-round playoff preview, the Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers did little to strike fear into their prospective opponents Wednesday night, falling 7-3 to the visiting Alliston Hornets in an uninspiring effort at Rotary Place.

Panthers owner Vincent Viola was accused of punching a racehorse auction worker in the face in August, according to a report. (J Pat Carter/AP Photo/Files)

Panthers owner accused of punching man

Florida Panthers owner Vincent Viola was accused of punching a racehorse auction worker in the face in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., according to a police report filed in August.

Siskins win 19 straight

With a 3-1 win over the Midland Flyers Thursday night the Stayner Siskins have run their unbeaten streak to 19 consecutive games

The Owen Sound Attack's Jonah Gadjovich tries to get a shot off while sliding on his knees along the boards after being checked by the Guelph Storm's Isaac Ratcliffe, left, during Ontario Hockey League action on Wednesday.

Attack set record with 11 straight wins

It wasn't the start they wanted but the Owen Sound Attack got the record setting finish they were aiming for.The Attack set the franchise record for consecutive wins with their 11th straight Ontario Hockey League victory – an 8-2 decision over the visiting Guelph Storm on Wednesday.“It was a bit of a slow start,” Attack coach Ryan McGill said.

Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times The Orillia Hawks peewee house league team are shown in action during last year’s Orillia Hawks Girls’ Hockey Tournament. This year, 101 teams will compete in 16 divisions, with action kicking off Friday morning at local rinks.

Girls flock to Hawks tourney

The city’s most popular hockey tournament will be bigger than ever this year. This weekend’s 21st annual Orillia Hawks Tournament, organized by the Orillia Girls Hockey Association (OGHA), will feature 101 teams – breaking the record 83 teams that attended a year ago.“We were able to secure extra ice in Barrie and Gravenhurst and that allowed us to

Canada forward Dylan Strome (19) congratulates U.S. forward Tage Thompson (29) on his team's victory in the gold medal game during the World Junior Hockey Championship in Montreal on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press)

Tournament had its ups and downs

Put this one up there with John Carlson’s overtime goal in the 2007 World Junior Hockey Championship. Or, if you want to be cruel, call it the U.S version of Sidney Crosby’s “golden goal.”

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