• IceDogs Fall In Overtime

    The IceDogs gave it all they had but still came up a goal short losing 4-3 in overtime to Peterborough. The Dogs now trail the Petes 3-0 in the best of seven Eastern quarterfinal.
  • IceDogs Battle Petes But Come Up Short

    The IceDogs will return home Tuesday night for Game 3 in their best of seven series with Peterborough trailing the Petes 2-0 after a 6-3 loss Saturday night. The rookie laden IceDogs battled the top ranked Petes throughout Game 2, holding a 2-1 lead late into the second period.
  • Middle Period Costs IceDogs

    Three unanswered second period goals proved to be the difference for the IceDogs, in a 5-2 game one loss in Peterborough.The teams traded goals in the first and third periods as the Petes grabbed a 1-0 lead in the best of seven East quarterfinal.
  • The Second Season Begins

    For the 10th straight season in St Catharines, the Niagara IceDogs are set to being the OHL Playoffs. In this decade of on-ice success, the IceDogs have been involved in three Eastern Conference championships, winning two, numerous semi-final berths and one very notable first round upset.
  • IceDogs Lose Game but Win Playoff Spot

    The Niagara IceDogs will take part in the OHL playoffs for a 10th consecutive season in St Catharines, despite losing 6-1 in Mississauga. A North Bay loss on home ice to Kingston clinched the 8th seed for the Dogs, just as the game at the Hershey Centre was ending.
  • IceDogs Lose One Goal Battle

    The IceDogs playoff hopes will go down to the final game of the regular season after a hard fought 4-3 loss to Sudbury. Game 68 will happen Sunday afternoon in Mississauga.
  • Hot Goaltender Stymies IceDogs

    The IceDogs fired 44 shots at the Mississauga Steelheads but could manage only one goal falling 4-1 to the visitors. Outshot 13-10 in the first, the Dogs held advantages of 19-8 and 15-10 in the final two periods.
  • IceDogs Down to the Wire

    Here's what's been settled as the IceDogs head into the final weekend of the 2016-2017 campaign, not much. The Dogs begin the concluding three games of the regular season in 7th place in the OHL Eastern Conference.
  • IceDogs Score 7, Move Into 7th

    Akil Thomas scored a goal and added four assists, Ben Jones scored once and added three helpers and Johnny Corneil hit for two plus an assist in the IceDogs 7-1 win over visiting North Bay. With the victory the Dogs jump past Sudbury and into 7th place in the OHL Eastern Conference.
  • IceDogs Biggest Win of the Year...So Far!

    Kirill Maksimov and Akil Thomas scored in the shootout as the IceDogs picked up a big two points edging Hamilton 3-2. The win moves the Dogs into sole possession of 8th place in the OHL East.
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