Charity game Saturday in Tiverton

Two teams will take the ice for a good cause Saturday night in Tiverton.

The Tiverton Fire Department will take on the Tiverton P'anters Saturday night in a fundraising hockey game in honour of 19-year-old Lindsey Gossell.

Gossell is currently undergoing treatments for cancer.

The doors to the Tiverton Community Complex will open at 7 p.m., with a ceremonial puck drop to start the game at 8 p.m. A silent auction will also be held, as well as a chuck-the-puck between periods of the hockey game.

A large crowd is expected out to show support for Gossell, a Tiverton Minor Sports grad and herself a fine hockey player. 

Wolves win Game 7

Will meet Shallow Lake in finals

When it came to crunch time, the Ripley Wolves stepped up.

Ripley celebrates the game winner late in the second period of Game 7 last night (Tuesday) in Ripley. (Josh Howald photo)


The Wolves dumped the Milverton 4-Wheel Drives 5-2 last night in the village to end this back-and-forth WOAA Senior A semi-final series. Ripley faced elimination in Games 6 and 7, but battled back to win both comfortably. Ripley will now face the Shallow Lake Crushers in the WOAA A finals. The Crushers are coming off a five-game series win over Lucknow.

Frozen pipes?

Any Kincardine residents who have frozen pipes are being offered bottled water by the municipality.

Simply go to the Kincardine Fire Station at 127 Mahood Johnston Drive weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to pick up vouchers for cases of bottled water from Sobeys or No Frills in Kincardine. At this time, the municipality is supplying up to seven cases of bottled water per household.

Also, any residents left without water may use the shower facilities at the Davidson Centre, if required.

Wingham wins Game 6, series

Edge out Bulldogs in Kincardine

The Western Junior C League final will feature the Walkerton Hawks and the Wingham Ironmen.

Kincardine defenceman Michael Osadca made a great play to strip Jeremy Ross of a breakaway here, but in the end, the Wingham Ironmen defeated Kincardine 3-2 tonight in Game 6 to earn a spot in the Western Junior C League final against Walkerton. (Josh Howald photo)


The Ironmen punched their ticket to the league final earlier tonight with a narrow 3-2 win over the Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs in Game 6 at the Davidson Centre.

Holdyn Lansink took a centring pass from Kiefer McInnes and fired a wrister off the crossbar with 6:51 to play in tonight's game. The goal snapped a 2-2 tie in an entertaining battle betwween Wingham and Kincardine tonight, and held up as the game winner.

Do-or-die for the 'Dogs -again

Game 6 tonight in Kincardine

The Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs will once again have their backs to the walls tonight in the Western Junior C semi-finals.

Kincardine's Gerrit Satosek had the OT winner in Game 5 Wednesday night. (Independent file photo/Richard Lawson)


The Wingham Ironmen hold a 3-2 series lead on Kincardine heading into tonight's (Friday) Game 6 at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. The puck drops at 8:30 p.m. at the Davidson Centre.

Bulldogs stay alive with OT win

Game 6 Friday tonight in Kincardine

Gerrit Satosek scored at 12:51 of overtime to keep the Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs alive to see another day.

Satosek's overtime winner forces a sixth game in this Western Junior C League semi-final series, which will be played tonight (Friday) at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine at 8:30 p.m. Wingham now holds a 3-2 series lead.

The Bulldogs trailed last night's Game 5 in Wingham 3-2 heading into the third period. But Shawn Moore scored from Chad Simpson and Matthew Mah with 4:26 to play to force the extra period. It was Moores's second goal of the game. Brycin Morrison also scored for the 'Dogs in the first period. JJ Harland, Ryan McNeil and Brett Brophy had goals for the Ironmen

Kincardine outshot the Ironmen 42-36. Mitch Campbell made 33 saves for the win, while Ben Nelson stopped 28 shots for Wingham.

Bantams will face Highland Storm in semis

Series schedule released

The Kincardine Timber Mart bantam Kinucks have been idle since Feb. 9, awaiting an opponent in the OMHA bantam B semi-finals. Now, they have one, and it is The Highland Storm from Haliburton and Minden.

The Storm defeated Gananogque in five games to advance to the OMHA semi-finals against Kincardine. The series schedule is as follows:

GAME 1: Sat, Feb. 28, 5 p.m. in Haliburton

GAME 2: Sun, March 1, 2:30 p.m. in Haliburton

GAME 3: Fri, March 6, 8 p.m. in Kincardine

*GAME 4: Sat., March 7, 8 p.m. in Kincardine

*GAME 5: Sun., March 8, 3:30 p.m. in Kincardine

Farewell, Elmvale

Both the Kincardine Canadian Tire atom Kinucks and the Miller Insurance midget Kinucks have advanced to the OMHA semi-finals.

Both teams completed three-game sweeps of Elmvale last night in back-to-back Game 3s last night (Wednesday) at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. Both games were 5-4 finals, with the atoms scoring with two seconds remaining in overtime to win their game.

The atoms will now play the winner of a series between Gananoque and Parry Sound. That series is even at 2-2 right now. The midgets, meanwhile, will take on the winner of Ennismore and Parry Sound. As of Thursday, Parry Sound held a 2-1 series lead in that quarter-final.

Watch next week's Kincardine Independent for the full details.

Midgets up 2-0 on Elmvale

Game 3 tonight in Kincardine

By Josh Howald

The Kincardine Miller Insurance midgets hold a 2-0 lead on Elmvale in an OMHA quarter-final series, with Game 3 tonight in Kincardine.

The Kinucks can eliminate Elmvale tonight with a win, and move on to the OMHA semi-finals.

Kincardine took the opening game of the series 3-1, and them Monday night won Game 2 on the road by the same score.

As mentioned, Game 3 of this series between the Kinucks and Elmvale will be played tonight (Wednesday) at 8:15 p.m. at the Davidson Centre. It will follow Game 3 of the atom series between the same two centres. There will be a donation box at both games tonight for the Koberinski family, who lost their house in a weekend fire.

Atoms could sweep tonight at home

Kincardine up 2-0 on Elmvale

By Josh Howald

The Kincardine Canadian Tire atom Kinucks could sweep into the OMHA semi-finals with a win tonight (Wednesday) at home.

Jared Houghton clearly has his man covered on this play in Game 1 of the atom B OMHA quarter-final series between Kincardine and Elmvale. The atom Kinucks could sweep Elmvale with a win tonight (Wednesday) in Kincardine at 7 p.m. (Josh Howald photo)


The atoms hold a 2-0 series lead on Elmvale, with Game 3 on tap tonight at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine at 7 p.m.