NOJHL East heats up


Randy Russon
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October 4, 2018

Hearst Lumberjacks and Kirkland Lake Gold Miners are putting the heat on the pace-setting Powassan Voodoos in the East Division of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League.

Hearst — which has won four straight games — and Kirkland Lake have both moved to within five points of Powassan.

The Lumberjacks (6-3-0) and Gold Miners (6-2-0) both have 12 points and are within range of the Voodoos, who have 17 points from a near-perfect record of 8-0-1.

Timmins Rock is holding steady in fourth place with 9 points from a record of 4-4-1.

Next up are the Cochrane Crunch, with 6 points from a 3-6-0 record and the French River Rapids, who are 1-8-1 for 3 points.


What you think about “NOJHL East heats up”

  1. Cochrane looks to be in big trouble they better make some moves and get rid of some of there over hyped 20 year olds… maybe the room is wrecked Randy

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