Ted Lehman


  • 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.
  • Captain Corneil Clutch in 3-2 OT Win

    Johnny Corneil scored the overtime winner exactly half-way through the extra period as the IceDogs prevailed 3-2 over visiting Hamilton for Niagara's fifth win in six meetings versus the Bulldogs. Stephen Dhillon was also big stopping 41 shots for the IceDogs fifth straight victory.
  • IceDogs Maksimov Signs With Oilers

    IceDogs forward Kirill Maksimov has been signed to a three-year entry-level contract with the Edmonton Oilers. A year ago, the Oilers signed 'Dogs captain Ryan Mantha to an entry-level contract as well.
  • Weekend Perfection for IceDogs

    The IceDogs finished off a perfect three for three weekend with a 3-2 home ice win Sunday over Windsor. Akil Thomas was in on all three markers with a goal and two assists.
  • IceDogs Are Top Dogs in Hamilton 5-3

    Kirill Maksimov had a goal and two assists in an all important IceDogs 5-3 road win in Hamilton. With the victory, the 'Dogs jump past Oshawa again for fourth in the Eastern Conference and home ice advantage in round one of the playoffs.
  • IceDogs Stone Flint 8-2

    Matt Philip scored twice and added an assist in the IceDogs 8-2 win Thursday night over Flint.Ben Jones also counted a pair while Kirill Maksimov added three assists in the IceDogs 30th win of the year.
  • IceDogs Double Petes 4-2

    The IceDogs jumped back into fourth in the OHL East with a 4-2 home ice win over Peterborough. Coming into the game, Niagara was guaranteed an 11th straight trip to the OHL playoffs, the only Eastern team that make that boast.
  • Colts Buck 'Dogs 7-2

    The Barrie Colts scored three in the second and three in the third to break open a 1-all first period, winning 7-2 over the IceDogs at the Meridian Centre. Kirill Maksimov's 32nd in the opening period and Willie Lochead's 4th in the final period scored the Niagara goals.
  • 'Dogs Power Play Powers Big Point

    The IceDogs power-play went 3 for 4 against Eastern Conference leading Hamilton in a 5-4 overtime loss. First star Sam Miletic and second star Akil Thomas each enjoyed three point nights.
  • 'Dogs Overwhelm the Troops 4-2

    In the biggest game of the season to date, the IceDogs stormed back from two down Saturday night, to defeat North Bay 4-2. With the win, Niagara takes over sole possession of fourth in the OHL's Eastern Conference.
  • Fish Foil Friday Forty For 4-0 Finish

    The Niagara IceDogs accumulated 40 shots in a Friday road matchup in Mississauga but still fell 4-0. That sets up Saturday's home date with North Bay as the game of the year, with both teams in a statistical tie for fourth in the OHL's Eastern Conference.
  • Dhillon Stops 43 in 'Dogs Win

    Stephen Dhillon made 43 saves, including a season high 23 in the first, in an IceDogs 4-1 win over visiting Saginaw Thursday night. Kirill Maksimov scored a pair and added an assist against his former team, while Liam Ham, Ben Jones and Sam Miletic all had multi-point games.
  • IceDogs Can't End Slide

    On January 28th, the IceDogs were a shot away from a record setting third 3 in 3 weekend sweep but it was not to be, losing in a North Bay shootout. Since then, the team has gone winless in ten including a Monday afternoon overtime loss in Peterborough 4-3.
  • Incze Shines as IceDogs Edged in Barrie

    Colton Incze stood on his head, making 40 saves Saturday night, as the IceDogs fell 3-1 in Barrie. The game’s first star had to make 18 saves in the second period alone.
  • Third Period Attack Drops IceDogs 6-3

    A night of deflections went the way of the visitors as the IceDogs fell 6-3 to visiting Owen Sound. In the 'Dogs first game in a 6 game in 9 days stretch, the home side was unable to hold a third period one goal lead.
  • IceDogs Road Swing Wears Down Offence

    The IceDogs could not repeat Saturday's third period magic falling 2-0 Sunday afternoon in Windsor. The game's only two goals came in the last eleven minutes of play.
  • IceDogs Run Out of Time Vs Greyhounds

    Sometimes the game needs to be 61 minutes long. The IceDogs staged another third period comeback, only to come a goal short, falling 4-3 to the CHL's top ranked Soo Greyhounds.
  • Hot Goaltending Foils IceDogs

    For a second straight game, the IceDogs would be stymied by a hot goaltender, falling 3-1 in Kitchener. Billy Burke’s team would fire 45 shots the way of the Kitchener net.
  • IceDogs Fall 5-3 in Kingston

    Colton Incze made 34 saves, many of the spectacular variety, but it wasn’t enough as the IceDogs fell 5-3 In Kingston Saturday night. Akil Thomas, Sam Miletic and Dan Singer scored Niagara’s goals
  • IceDogs Comeback Falls Short

    The IceDogs fell behind 6-2 in the third period and staged a furious comeback only to fall a goal short losing 6-5 in Ottawa. Sam Miletic, the OHL’s Player of the Month for January notched his 25th of the year in the loss.