• Dogs Lose 1-0 Heartbreaker

    If your IceDogs glass is half full, you're smiling about your team taking over first place in the OHL's Central Division. If your IceDogs glass is half empty, you're down after a 1-0 late overtime loss to visiting Ottawa.
  • Dogs Swallow Fish 6-3

    First star Oliver Castleman scored a goal and added three assists as the IceDogs topped the Mississauga Steelheads 6-3 at the Meridian Centre. On a night of firsts, Philip Tomasino scored his first in the OHL and Elijah Roberts netted his first in a Niagara uniform.
  • Tomasino Selected to World Under 17 Challenge

    IceDogs first year forward Philip Tomasino has been selected to represent Canada at the World Under 17 Challenge in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John B.C. A total of 66 CHL players will be divided into three teams wearing Canada's colours from November 5-11.
  • IceDogs Grab a Point in Erie

    Trailing 4-1 after one, the IceDogs scored three unanswered in the second then held off a furious Erie attack in the third before falling 5-4 in overtime. The Dogs picked up a possible 7 of 8 points, completing a string of four consecutive road games.
  • Dogs Win Late in Guelph 3-1

    Johnny Corneil scored a pair of goals and Ondrej Machala netted the game winner with 3:15 left as the IceDogs won 3-1 in Guelph. With a record of 6 and 2, Billy Burke's team has won three straight on the road.
  • IceDogs Clip Bulldogs in 3-2 Shootout Win

    Akil Thomas scored the only goal in the shootout as the IceDogs came back from two down to edge Hamilton 3-2. Stephen Dhillon made two great saves in overtime to get the game past 65 minutes as the Dogs improved their record to 5 and 2.
  • IceDogs Win 5-4 in OT

    Billy Burke's IceDogs bounced back from a tough Thursday home loss to record a 5-4 overtime win in Oshawa. Matt Philip scored his first of the year at 3:26 of extra time to give the Dogs the two points.
  • Wolves Too Much for Dogs

    In the words of IceDogs head coach Billy Burke, "you can't just show up and expect to win". Niagara was out-skated, outworked and out-chanced in a 5-2 loss to visiting Sudbury.
  • Dogs Fall 8-4 in Peterborough

    The IceDogs dreams of a 4-0 start came crashing down in a 1:34 span in the third period as the Petes salvaged the back half of the weekend home and home with an 8-4 victory. Coming off a 5-1 Saturday night home ice victory, the Dogs, looking to sweep a 3 in less than 3 day weekend, fought back from deficits of 2-0 and 4-1 to tie the game at 4-4 in the final period.
  • IceDogs Stay Perfect, Win 5-1

    The IceDogs completed their first 3-0 September ever with a 5-1 home win over Peterborough. Three unanswered third period goals put the game away for Billy Burke's Dogs who have outscored their opponents 8-0 so far this season in the final period.
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