A first for the Mattawa Blackhawks


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October 12, 2014

The first is in the books for the new Mattawa Blackhawks.

Tyler Broderson, Christian Sgroi and Colin Nicholson each tallied twice to lead Mattawa to its first-ever Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League win, an 8-5 decision over the visiting Powassan Voodoos this afternoon.

Nick Grose had four assists to aid the Mattawa victory while Jimmy Philbin added three helpers for the Blackhawks, who had lost their first 10 games of the season.

Joe Sheppard made 30 saves to post the win for the Blackhawks, in front of more than 400 loyal fans at Mike Rodden Arena in Mattawa.


What you think about “A first for the Mattawa Blackhawks”

  1. good to see, there are many great memmories that I have of playing hockey in Mattawa as a young boy we traveled over there from Barrydowne and end up with my parents and there friends from Mattawa (the Janveau’s) at the Voyageur and then Mom had to drive home cause Dad had a few ha ha. Oh ya those were good days.

  2. The crowd was quite loud in Mattawa, it took some Powassan fans by surprise, the 3rd period reminded the people of Mattawa what it was like in the old highschool hockey days with the cheering fans. I also was surprised with attendance with the opening day of hunting starting Saturday!

  3. Congrats to the Blackhawks, sure there are more to come.

    Just saw the rankings posted this week. Hard to believe the Crunch is an honourable mention as they are yet to beat any of the top 6 in the NOJHL.

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