• Hounds Too Much For IceDogs

    A veteran Soo Greyhounds squad proved why they are the #5 team in the CHL, beating the young IceDogs 8-1. Dan Singer's 11th came 10 seconds after the opening goal of the game and along with the goaltending of Colton Incze were the two highlights for the visitors.
  • IceDogs Fall In North Bay

    The IceDogs lost a game and a chance to move closer to 6th spot in the OHL Eastern Conference with a 4-1 loss in North Bay. Oliver Castleman's 15th of the season gave Dave Bell's team a first period lead before a disputed goal would tie the contest.
  • Ice Dogs Blank North Bay 4-0

    In the season’s biggest game to date, Stephen Dhillon stopped all 30 North Bay in a 4-0 shutout win. With the victory, the Dogs jumped into 7th spot in the OHL east, one ahead of Ottawa and four points clear of the Battalion.
  • IceDogs Gain Point in Shootout

    Stephen Dhillon made 43 saves plus 10 more in the shootout as the IceDogs dropped a 3-2 decision to Barrie. With the point, the Dogs move two points up on North Bay for 8th spot in the Eastern Conference of the OHL.
  • Colton Incze Steals a Point in Kitchener

    Colton Incze was outstanding in goal as the IceDogs picked up a big point on the road, losing 4-3 in overtime. Johnny Corneil's team leading goal with 62 seconds left sent the game to extra time.
  • IceDogs Prevail 4-3 in Hamilton

    The IceDogs picked up two important points in the Eastern Conference playoff race with a big 4-3 road win in Hamilton. Stephen Dhillon made 39 saves to get the win, many of the spectacular variety.
  • IceDogs Edged by Petes

    The IceDogs fought back from a 2-0 first period defecit, only to lose 3-2 to visiting Peterborough. Johnny Corneil notched his 22nd and Akil Thomas scored his 18th for the Dogs.
  • IceDogs Come Up Short Against Steelheads

    Three first period Mississauga goals would prove to be the difference in a 6-4 IceDogs loss to the visiting Steelheads. The Dogs would three times get within a goal but could get no closer.
  • IceDogs Super Weekend-As Easy As 6-7-8-9

    The IceDogs begin their 3 in 3 Super Bowl weekend with a home date against Mississauga Thursday night. Come Monday morning, the Dogs could find themselves in 6th, 7th, 8th or 9th place in the tightly congested Eastern Conference of the OHL.
  • IceDogs Gain a Big Point in Ottawa

    Playing their second road game in less than two days, the IceDogs lost 5-4 in overtime in Ottawa. The single point puts the IceDogs back into a tie with North Bay for 8th in the Eastern Conference.
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