Ottawa Senators mascot Spartacat was thrilled when he saw that he was on the front page of last week's Prescott Journal. Sparty accompanied the Ottawa Senators Alumni as they came to Prescott for a game against the South Grenville Minor Hockey Association coaches last week to kick off the annual Leo Boivin Midget AA/AAA Hockey Showcase.
Prescott Flyers franchise sold to Pemboke Lumber Kings. Owner Kevin Harrison remembers the good times, thanks the community for 10 years support.
"We had a great time in Prescott and we are really excited about coming back," said Sens Alumni President Laurie Boschman, who was the first Ottawa Senators' captain in the club's modern era. "The people of Prescott were warm and welcoming and the big turnout made for a great event."
Blades co-ed hockey brings people together beyond the game.
The Novice B Team 2 Rangers played in their second Tournament of the season in Carleton Place in December winning three games to take home the "A" Champs trophy.
Three-points and a special visitor make for an exciting Prescott Flyer weekend.
Lots of exciting hockey from local teams last weekend.
The Brockville Winter Classic Committee, in collaboration with the Rotary Park Revitalization Committee, announce this year's three-day festival will be include the Boston Bruins alumni team.
The South Grenville Major Midgets open the season with a tie and win in their first two games.
The Prescott Flyers pick up a point in a wild OT loss to league-leading Arnprior Packers.
Local player excels in two sports.
Local driver Kenny Polite talks about life behind the wheel.
Burns nets six goals in two games as Flyers bring home three points
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