October 29, 2011

Great Sports Photography Workshop

Any budding sports photographers out there? Here's a course you won't want to miss.

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Our 'Pro Hockey Photography Workshop' brings you face to camera with the next NHL hockey superstars at an Ottawa 67s home game! We help you shoot better hockey photos, period.

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Beasts in The East: Ottawa 4 Mississauga 3 (SO)

By Alex Queville

They needed a shootout to do it, but the Ottawa 67's lead the Eastern Conference after knocking off the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors 4-3 on Friday night at the J. Benson Cartage Centre.

Once again, Ottawa relied heavily on their top line of Shane Prince, Sean Monahan and Tyler Toffoli to put the puck in the net.

October 24, 2011

Lethal Powerplay Gives 67’s a 6-3 Win in Kitchener

By Alex Quevillon

Playing in front of nearly 6,000 fans at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium, the Rangers were expecting to take advantage of a tired and shorthanded Ottawa squad that had played the previous night in Erie.

It looked as though they were in control, too, outshooting Ottawa 12-6 in the opening frame and taking a quick 2-0 lead in the second. However, a trio of penalties in the second period swung the momentum in Ottawa’s favour, and the 67’s never looked back.

Welcome Alex Quevillon to the Ottawa 67's Fan Blog

Alex Quevillon is a life-long Ottawa 67's fan and aspiring sports journalist who our newest contributor to the blog.  Alex is going to focus on feature articles but will throw in the occasional game review like tonight's post.

You can find him in Section 12.  

Welcome Alex - we look forward to your contributions!

October 15, 2011

Brampton 4 Ottawa 1

By Kathryn Jean
It was a battle of the streaks at the J Benson Cartage Centre as the Ottawa 67’s fell 4-1 to the Brampton Battalion in front of a home crowd of 5,090. The loss marked Ottawa’s first at home and extended Brampton’s road winning streak to a team record of 4 games.

October 10, 2011

67's Out Tough the Whalers for a 4-1 Win

By Kathry Jean

Shorthanded, Ben Dubois scored at the 12:23 mark in the second period afer beating Matt Mahalak up high for the game winner.

The Plymouth Whalers came out of the game buzzing with a strong first shift.  The Whalers continued to out play Ottawa until the final minutes, but were unable to solve Petr Mrazek.

October 08, 2011

67's Spank Petes 5 - 1

By Kathryn Jean
Despite being short manned, the Ottawa 67’s spanked the Peterborough Petes 5-1 last night at the J Benson Cartage Centre in front of a crowd of 4,661.

Missing from the 67’s lineup was Dalton Smith - serving game 4 of his 10 game suspension, Shane Prince - nursing a shoulder injury, Ryan Martindale – still at Oklahoma City training camp in the AHL along with rookies Mike Vlajkov and David Perklin who came down with the flu