Ted Lehman


  • NHL Central Scouting Notes 3 IceDogs

    Akil Thomas, Andrew Bruder and Justin MacPherson were all listed Monday by NHL Central Scouting in their final draft rankings. Among North American skaters for the June NHL draft in Dallas, Thomas was number 15, with Bruder at 114 and MacPherson ranked 201st.
  • IceDogs Successful Season Ends

    The IceDogs successful 2017-2018 season came to an end in Hamilton in a 4-2 road loss Thursday night. Team Captain and 5 year Niagara forward Johnny Corneil scored the goal that started a late IceDogs comeback in the third.
  • IceDogs Come Up Short in Game 4

    The IceDogs had their way with visiting Hamilton for 40 minutes Wednesday night but couldn't hold a one goal lead, falling 4-2 in game four on home ice. It was Hamilton's first regulation win against the IceDogs in 10 tries this season.
  • Kirill MaksimOvertime

    Kirill Maksimov scored the winner 11:27 into overtime in game three as the IceDogs won 4-3 over Hamilton Monday night, with a chance to tie the series Wednesday. Stephen Dhillon stopped 47 shots, while Ben Jones scored one and added two assists in the victory.
  • IceDogs Honour/Support Humboldt Broncos

    At Monday night's IceDogs playoff game at the Meridian Centre, the team will give fans the chance to honour and support the Humboldt Broncos of the SJHL. At Game 3 against the Hamilton Bulldogs, the IceDogs will be collecting donations, in support of the Humboldt Broncos.
  • Dhillon Outstanding in OT Defeat

    Stephen Dhillon stopped 47 of 50 shots Saturday night in Hamilton but it wasn't enough as the IceDogs lost 3-2 in a second straight overtime game. Heading home for game three on Monday, Niagara trails the best of seven Eastern Conference semi-final 2-0.
  • IceDogs Select 10 in Later Rounds

    The IceDogs selected a total of 15 Minor Midget aged players Saturday in the OHL's Priority Selection Draft. In rounds 6-15, the team chose 1 Goaltender, 3 Defencemen and 6 Forwards.
  • Dogs Look Local in 5th

    Ethan Sims was the IceDogs selection Saturday in round five of the OHL Priority Selection Draft. The Hamilton born Sims played for the Niagara North Stars Minor Midgets this past season.
  • IceDogs Take Teammates in Fourth Round

    In round four of the OHL Priority Selection Draft, the IceDogs took a pair of Mississauga Reps. With the 70th selection is was Jonah De Simone and at pick 72 it would be Jake Uberti.
  • Dogs Go Big With Second Choice

    The IceDogs have added size with Stephen Halliday as their second selection Saturday in the OHL Priority Selection Draft. Halliday, a 6'2", 203 lbs left winger from the Toronto Marlboros scored 36 goals and added 47 assists in 59 games.
  • IceDogs Select D in Round One

    The IceDogs selected defenceman Lleyton Moore from the Toronto Marlboros Saturday in round one of the OHL Priority Selection Draft. Moore at 5'7" and 170lbs in regarded as the best skating d-man available in the draft of 15 year old talent.
  • IceDogs Comeback Spoiled in OT

    The IceDogs spotted the hometown Bulldogs a 4-0 second period lead Thursday night and then stormed back to tie it in regulation, only to fall 5-4 in overtime. The win means Niagara will be looking to tie the best of seven Eastern Conference semi-final at one Saturday night in Hamilton.
  • Burke, Dhillon, Miletic Named OHL Award Nominees

    The Ontario Hockey League announced Wednesday the finalists for seven of the league’s major awards for the 2017-18 regular season. Coach Billy Burke, Goaltender Stephen Dhillon and Forward Sam Miletic were all nominated in four categories.
  • IceDogs Eliminate Oshawa in 5

    The IceDogs rode the strength of 3 power-play goals to a 5-2 win Saturday night over Oshawa at the Meridian Centre. Niagara wins best of seven Eastern Conference quarter-final the series over the Generals in five games.
  • IceDogs Philip the Net in 5-2 Victory

    The IceDogs scored four unanswered in the final 40 with Matt Philip in on all four in a 5-2 win Thursday night in Oshawa. The game four win gives Niagara a 3-1 edge in the Eastern semi-final with game five Saturday night in St Catharines.
  • IceDogs Fall 6-2 in Game Three

    The IceDogs gave up three goals in the second and three in the third in a 6-2 game three loss Tuesday night in Oshawa. Niagara still leads the Eastern Conference quarter-final 2-1.
  • IceDogs Blitz Generals 6-1

    Two goals and an assist from Sam Miletic as part of four unanswered in the third lead the IceDogs to a 6-1 Sunday afternoon win over Oshawa. Niagara now heads to Oshawa for game three with a 2-0 lead in the best of seven quarter-final Eastern Conference series.
  • IceDogs Beat Oshawa in Series Opener

    Drew Hunter scored the game's first goal 9:31 into game one and the IceDogs never trailed, winning a hard fought 4-2 home ice win over Oshawa. With the victory, the 'Dogs hold a 1-0 series lead in the best of seven Eastern quarter-final with the Generals.
  • IceDogs Planning Bus Trip to Oshawa

    Friday night, the IceDogs open their best of seven quarter-final series on home ice versus the Generals, some tickets are still available. The 'Dogs have also announced a bus trip to Oshawa for game three and four.
  • Green Dogs Gobble White Fish 6-3

    A very successful 2017-2018 IceDogs regular season came to an end Saturday afternoon with a 6-3 win over Mississauga. A sellout St Patty's Day Meridian Centre crowd watched Niagara record their 35th win of the season for a total of 80 points in the OHL's Eastern Conference as Johnny Corneil lead the way with a goal and two assists.
  • IceDogs Win Final Road Game 6-3

    Kirill Maksimov enjoyed a four point night while Johnny Corneil and Ben Jones each scored a pair in the IceDogs 6-3 Friday night win in Erie. With the win, Niagara has now secured home ice advantage in their first round playoff series with Oshawa.