Great North grievance


Randy Russon
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November 8, 2017

Soo Greyhounds of the Great North Midget Hockey League have had two wins taken away from them for using players who were under suspension.

The league has confirmed that Greyhound victories over the major midget North Bay Trappers and Timmins Majors have been revoked from the Soo and awarded to the two teams in question.

Thus, instead of having a record of 8-8-3 through 19 games, the Greyhounds have a 6-10-3 mark, which puts them in fourth place in the six-team major midget division.

North Bay leads the major midget division with 31 points from a record of 15-2-1. Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves trail North Bay by nine points with a record of 11-1-0 but have six games in hand on the Trappers.

Kapuskasing Flyers are in third place with a solid record of 9-7-1, four points up on the Soo.

Timmins Majors have played the fewest games and hold down fifth spot with a record of 4-7-0, which seeds them ahead of the New Liskeard Cubs, who have a 4-11-0 mark.

On the minor midget side, North Bay has a 7-4-0 record, the Sudbury Wolves are 4-3-0 and the Soo Thunderbirds have a 1-8-3 mark.

PHOTO: Soo Greyhounds and Timmins Majors, in Great North Midget Hockey League action. (Photo by Timmins Daily Press.)


What you think about “Great North grievance”

  1. IN MY OPINION…An absolute disgrace to minor hockey. Head Coach does not deserve to be behind the bench. He has been around for a very long time knows very well what he did, was a disgrace. Soo Major has yet another opportunity to do the right thing! Will the old boys club prevail.

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