A stretch of five straight goals across all three periods paced the visiting Wellington Dukes to a 6-3 victory over the Trenton Golden Hawks in Ontario Junior Hockey League action Friday evening at the Duncan McDonald Memorial Gardens.
Trenton Golden Hawks
Aiden MacIntosh scored twice and Dalton Bancoft had a four-point outing as the Golden Hawks downed the Dukes 5-3 in Game 2 of the Hasty P’s Challenge Cup, an eight-game regular season showdown between the two clubs.
It was the third straight win for the Dukes (6-5-0-1), which will host Game 2 of the Hasty P’s Cup on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. against the Trenton Golden Hawks (9-1-0-2).
Four straight goals in the third period to close out the game lifted the Golden Hawks (6-0-0-0) to a 7-4 victory over the Dukes (3-3-0-1) at Lehigh Arena in Wellington.
Hasty P’s Challenge Cup is back for the 2021-22 Season. The Battle of Quinte between the Wellington Dukes and the Trenton Golden Hawks.
A 54-game 2021-2022 regular season for Ontario Junior Hockey League teams, starting Oct. 1, has been approved by the Board of Governors. The OJHL Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held in Mississauga…
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Opportunities for young women are endless in sports now as it relates to university and college. As the sport evolves and develops we are all hopeful that a viable and sustainable pro model is developed in the near future.
For professional women’s team sports it has been even more dire, however there are signs of improvement.
As our community continues to grow and the gaps between our rural areas decrease, it only makes sense to allow for our sports associations to evolve and become more efficient in order to foster development of our athletes.