• Second Period Outburst Sinks Otters

    A season high four goal second period propelled the IceDogs to a 5-2 win over visiting Erie Otters. With the victory, the Dogs third straight, Billy Burke's squad stays 4 points behind first place Barrie and 6 points clear of third place Mississauga in the OHL Central.
  • IceDogs Fall 4-1 to Greyhounds

    In 11 Niagara IceDogs visits to the Essar Centre in Sault Ste Marie, only two trips have resulted in victory and both were shutout wins. Stephen Dhillon kept the CHL’s 6th ranked team off the scoresheet for 30 minutes but it wasn’t enough as the Dogs fell 4-1 in the Soo.
  • Ben’s Big Night Spoiled in OT

    Ben Jones scored a pair of goals and added two assists but it wasn’t enough as the IceDogs lost in overtime 6-5 in Sudbury. Jones opened the scoring just after the mid-way mark of the first and gave the Dogs a 5-4 early in the third.
  • Dogs Frustrated 4-1 in Mississauga

    Mississauga's specialty teams and timely goaltending lead the hometown Steelheads to a 4-1 win over the IceDogs Sunday. A short-handed goal and a pair of power-play markers provided more than enough offence.
  • Dogs Fall 5-2 to Sudbury

    The last time the IceDogs lost in regulation was to visiting Sudbury 5-2 on October 5th. History repeated itself as the Wolves scored a pair of power-play and empty net goals to prevail 5-2.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • IceDogs Top Dogs in Hamilton

    Ben Jones scored a goal and added two assists as the IceDogs topped the Bulldogs 4-1 in Hamilton. In the season opener for both teams, Stephen Dhillon was top notch in goal with 39 saves.
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