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Formenton finds his place on NHL Sens’ roster

October 12, 2018   ·   0 Comments

For Alex Formenton, his pre-game routine remains the same no matter what ice he is stepping onto. “I usually just tape my stick, and don’t let it touch the ground until I hit the ice,” said the King City native. “That’s probably the only weird superstition I have, I just flip it upside down and put it against the wall.”

Tigers continue to pace OJHL North division lead

This year’s incarnation of the Aurora Tigers can be temporarily muzzled, but they are out to prove they can’t be tamed.

Aurora’s Sikura among late cuts for NHL’s Blackhawks

The hockey world will have to wait to see what top Chicago Blackhawks prospect Dylan Sikura can bring to the ice.

Aurora FC snap losing streak with season-ending shutout

The third season of Aurora FC football is in the books. A tumultuous year for both the men’s and women’s squads in League1 Ontario, the men were able to cap off the season on Saturday with a shutout in front of a hometown crowd.

Budding soccer, lacrosse stars break in new multipurpose field

Aurora’s newest multipurpose sports field was formally opened on a cool Saturday afternoon at Sheppard’s Bush, and the artificial turf was warmed up by over a dozen budding lacrosse and soccer stars.

CPL All-Stars clash with ASC prior to Ontario trials

Jim Brennan may be on the sidelines when York 9 FC makes its Canadian Premier League debut in 2019, but on Saturday, he took to the field one more time in support of a good cause.

Sports Hall of Fame recalls Aurora Hearts historic win

For those in the Aurora soccer community, the year 2001 stands out as a moment the town was put on the provincial soccer map. After many years of being the bridesmaid, never the bride, the Aurora Hearts men’s soccer club finally tamed the beast and took home the coveted Ontario Cup.

Aurora FC thumped by London in penultimate League1 match

A crucial match for only one half of the participants led to a blowout for the Aurora FC men in their second-to-last game of the season.

Terry Fox Run takes off in Aurora

In what would have been his 61st year, Aurora residents are working hard to keep the legacy of Terry Fox alive.

Canadiens camp a “surreal” moment for ex-Saint Hillis

Just one day before his eighteenth birthday, Cameron Hillis’ NHL journey began as a member of the Montreal Canadiens. Last weekend, the ex-York-Simcoe Express and St. Andrew’s College Saints forward stepped into action in the bleu, blanc, et rouge for the first time at the Canadiens’ rookie camp.

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