This is no Bull

March 22, 2015

Belleville Bulls played their final regular-season home game on Saturday night after 34 years in the Ontario Hockey League.

The Bulls bested the Sudbury Wolves 6-3 before a crowd of 3,722 at Yardmen Arena.

The Bulls franchise will be moving to Hamilton effective the 2015-2016 season and will be known as the Hamilton Bulldogs under new ownership.

Originally established in 1981 by erstwhile, legendary owner Dr. Robert Vaughan, the Bulls have made three trips to the OHL finals, winning the championship in 1999.

The only OHL team to play home games on an Olympic-sized ice surface, the Bulls have produced National Hockey League stalwarts that include current Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban.

The Bulls will face the Barrie Colts in the first round of this year’s playoffs.

PHOTO: Members of the Belleville Bulls salute their faithful fans on Saturday night.

What you think about “This is no Bull”

  1. Sad to see another team I love move on to a new city in the Mighty O , first my Whalers and now my Bulls this totally sucks man ! Wolves next maybe ? ? The OHL has become a big money game and I for one am starting to get sick of the current mighty Emperor Branch R.I.P Old OHL

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