Back in the Beaver dam


Randy Russon
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April 20, 2017

Home ice is where the Blind River Beavers will try to get even with the Powassan Voodoos in Games 3 and 4 of their Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League championship series.

Powassan leads the battle of small-market teams two games to none by virtue of a pair of home-ice victories to begin the best-of-seven set.

Now it is Blind River’s turn to play at home with Game 3 tonight and Game 4 on Friday evening in the Milltown.

The Beavers have used home ice to their advantage with a 6-1 record thus far in the playoffs, including four straight wins over visiting opponents in front of packed-to-the-rafters crowds at the Memorial Community Centre.

But this is a formidable foe that Blind River is facing in Powassan.

Thus far in the playoffs, the Voodoos have a record of 10-0, including a 4-0 mark on the road.


What you think about “Back in the Beaver dam”

  1. The heart,talent and desire of this team will show once again at the Dam. Let’s pack the rink and show the community support once again. Best fans in the league.
    I also want to say what Ryan & Katherine are doing for the town of Iroquois Falls is something very special. Class act Cochrane.

  2. Charley,
    I agree with you 100%.
    Beaver fans if you have a Beaver costume wear it these next 2 home games.
    Please wear any Beaver apparel you may have(jerseys etc), bring your loud horns, bells and jugs to show these young men we are there to support them.
    GO BEAVERS GO

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