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…
The Wellington Dukes recently announced the signing of 18-year-old defenceman Jonah Cochrane. Cochrane, who is from Simcoe, was signed last season with the Kitchener-Waterloo Siskins of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League…
Crosby had given his stick to his defenceman while the pair were defending a Philadelphia surge in the Penguins defensive zone
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.
Wellington Dukes head coach Derek Smith knows he’s losing “a lot of character and a lot of leadership” from his departing overage players.
In September of 2020 when most local boys’ team were grounded from any games, the ingenuity and creativity displayed by the coaching staff allowed the girls to play modified games against other teams until December.
For professional women’s team sports it has been even more dire, however there are signs of improvement.
An unusual season came to an end with an unusual game-winning goal for the Wellington Dukes in the final match-up of their development series against the Trenton Golden Hawks.
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.
Bryan Helmer started with the Dukes in the 1989-1990 season and graduated at the end of the 1992-1993 season. Brian played on four NHL teams, and several in the AHL.