Rhinos v. Attack
January 31, 2015
Batchewana Attack puts its Canadian International Hockey League record of 27-0-1 on the line tonight when it plays host to the visiting Kalkaska Rhinos.
Game time is 7 p.m. at Rankin Arena.
Adult ticket prices are $5. Students accompanied by a paying adult will be admitted free of charge.
Kalkaska played in Espanola on Friday and dropped a 3-1 decision to the Rivermen.
What you think about “Rhinos v. Attack”
NOJHL next year
total of 11 teams
Speculation or inside info Toughtimes? A couple of strange additions, seeing as Randy has confirmed that Tim Clayden and the Rivermen have three years left on the Espo arena lease, which includes rink boards, canteen, and dressing room/office… and Sturgeon Falls, is this in the form of expansion or transfer of the near last place GMHL team?
Last Wednesday Brian P I was at the complex in Sturgeon and the owner was telling some of his younger players and parents that he was making the move, and to work hard the rest of the year and that the NOJHL was a higher paced faster league.
Lui ( owner of sturgeon falls ) has been saying he was going to make the jump for the last 5 years I think it’s just a way of recruiting
Not sure that the town of espanola could afford to be sued at this time by breaking a contract with the Rivermen,unless the cterms were broken by the team. Either way junior hockey in Espanola is a must no matter what league they choose to compete in. Also how does Blind River compete next year with so much money owing. Also does Abitibi walk out on the money they will owe the town. Then theres Mattawa which is a whole other story all together. You can add as many teams as you want but with so much instability with half of them why not just run with the strongest ones.