Ted Lehman

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  • IceDogs Select Timothy Liljegren in Iport Draft

    The CHL Import draft is underway and with the 13th overall pick the IceDogs have selected Swedish D-Man Timothy Liljegren. Liljegren stands 6'1" tall, weighing in at 191lbs and was Toronto's first round selection, 17th overall at last weekend's NHL entry draft.
  • IceDogs Exhibition Schedule Announced

    The IceDogs pre-season schedule has been announced with four exhibition games beginning September 1st, featuring home games in both Thorold and Beamsville. Barrie and Kitchener will provide the opposition in preparation for the 2017-2018 regular season.
  • IceDogs 2017-2018 Regular Season Schedule Announced

    The IceDogs 2017-2018 regular season was released today by the OHL. The 68 game campaign begins Saturday September 23rd in Hamilton and kicks off at home six days later against the defending OHL champion Erie Otters.
  • IceDogs Sign Martin

    Ian Martin has agreed to a Standard Player Agreement with the IceDogs. The forward was selected in the 3rd round, 51st overall by the IceDogs in this year’s Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection.
  • Mantha Named OHL All-Star

    IceDogs captain Ryan Mantha has picked up yet another honour for his great play in 2016-2017. Mantha has been named a second team OHL All-Star.
  • Ludzik Signs IceDogs Extension

    IceDogs goaltending coach Ryan Ludzik has signed a contract extension with the OHL Club. Ludzik was a part of the IceDogs championship team in 2015-2016 and transitioned successfully to the very young version of the IceDogs.
  • Tomasino Commits to IceDogs

    IceDogs GM Joey Burke announced today that 2017 First Round Selection Philip Tomasino has signed a Standard Player Agreement with the Club. The forward, selected in the 1st round, 5th overall by the IceDogs in this year’s Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection.
  • Sparre Signs Contract Extension With IceDogs

    The Niagara IceDogs have extended the contract of Assistant Coach Kris Sparre through the 2018-19 OHL Season. Sparre just completed his first season with Niagara, helping the youngest team in the CHL secure a playoff spot.