Dundas Blues prepare for Glanbrook

Sports Feb 13, 2013 Ancaster News

By Craig Campbell, Dundas Star News

Regular season east division champion Glanbrook Rangers will travel to Dundas to kick off a Niagara District Junior C hockey semi-final series this Saturday, February 16.

The Dundas Blues are coming off a tough six game win over the Chippawa Riverhawks. Dundas built a three games to none lead, taking Chippawa to the brink of elimination before the Riverhawks came back with two straight wins.

Dundas finished Chippawa off Tuesday night with a 4-2 victory.

Now the Blues get three days to rest and prepare for Glanbrook, who have been waiting since the regular season ended after earning the number one seed and a first round playoff bye.

Game time for Saturday's opener at J.L. Grightmire Arena is 5:30 p.m.

Glanbrook finished the regular season with a division-best record of 28 wins and 10 losses - one point ahead of the second place Grimsby Peach Kings.

After game two in Glanbrook on Sunday, the teams remain in Glanbrook on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. for game three.

 

Dundas Blues prepare for Glanbrook

Sports Feb 13, 2013 Ancaster News

By Craig Campbell, Dundas Star News

Regular season east division champion Glanbrook Rangers will travel to Dundas to kick off a Niagara District Junior C hockey semi-final series this Saturday, February 16.

The Dundas Blues are coming off a tough six game win over the Chippawa Riverhawks. Dundas built a three games to none lead, taking Chippawa to the brink of elimination before the Riverhawks came back with two straight wins.

Dundas finished Chippawa off Tuesday night with a 4-2 victory.

Now the Blues get three days to rest and prepare for Glanbrook, who have been waiting since the regular season ended after earning the number one seed and a first round playoff bye.

Game time for Saturday's opener at J.L. Grightmire Arena is 5:30 p.m.

Glanbrook finished the regular season with a division-best record of 28 wins and 10 losses - one point ahead of the second place Grimsby Peach Kings.

After game two in Glanbrook on Sunday, the teams remain in Glanbrook on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. for game three.

 

Dundas Blues prepare for Glanbrook

Sports Feb 13, 2013 Ancaster News

By Craig Campbell, Dundas Star News

Regular season east division champion Glanbrook Rangers will travel to Dundas to kick off a Niagara District Junior C hockey semi-final series this Saturday, February 16.

The Dundas Blues are coming off a tough six game win over the Chippawa Riverhawks. Dundas built a three games to none lead, taking Chippawa to the brink of elimination before the Riverhawks came back with two straight wins.

Dundas finished Chippawa off Tuesday night with a 4-2 victory.

Now the Blues get three days to rest and prepare for Glanbrook, who have been waiting since the regular season ended after earning the number one seed and a first round playoff bye.

Game time for Saturday's opener at J.L. Grightmire Arena is 5:30 p.m.

Glanbrook finished the regular season with a division-best record of 28 wins and 10 losses - one point ahead of the second place Grimsby Peach Kings.

After game two in Glanbrook on Sunday, the teams remain in Glanbrook on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. for game three.