The A's and Chiefs continue the OJALL Semifinals with Game 2 tonight at the Jack #PackTheJack with a 7:00pm start.
Wear your best Double Blue and cheer on the boys as they attempt to go up 2-0 in the Best of 7 series of the playoffs second round.
See you there!!!
The A's opened up the OJALL semifinals in impressive fashion with a 12-7 win over the Burlington Chiefs on their home turf.
Kealan Pilon paced the way with 6 points on 1 goal and 5 assists. Sniper Jake McNabb nabbed 4 goals in the win.
Carter Zavitz picked up 5 points on 2 goals and 3 helpers.
Next game is at home for a 7:00pm start on Sunday July 21 at the Jack #PackTheJack
Come on out, don the Double Blue and cheer on the A's to the win!!
Athletics defender Alex Pace recently joined Rod Mawhood on the Niagara Sports Report to discuss the A's 2019 playoff run.
The A's take their next step towards the Minto with a Semifinal match-up against the No.2 Seeded Burlington Chiefs.
In their only other meeting this year, A's dropped a 9-6 overtime loss to the Chiefs at home. This is going to be a tightly contested series and could easily go the 7 game distance.
The series opens up in Burlington on Friday July 19
A's get their first home game of the series on Sunday July 21 with a 7:00pm start at the Jack #PackTheJack
Take the quick trip down to Burlington (click for map) to cheer on the Double Blue in the series opener and be sure to #PackTheJack for the first home game on Sunday night.
Let's Go Double Blue!!!!!!!
The A's punched their ticket to the Final Four of the OJALL Playoffs last night with a convincing 12-4 victory over the Six Nations Arrows on their home floor.
Despite missing super sniper Alex Simmons in the lineup, the A's showed plenty of offensive prowess with 12 goals to cement the series win.
Kealan Pilon displayed his key playmaking talents leading the A's with 7 points, all assists in the win.
Rookie Brayden Mayea and Veteran Jake McNabb each picked up hat tricks and 2 helpers.
Netminder Nick Damude was solid between the pipes allowing only 4 goals on 49 shots from Arrows.
With the win, the A's enter the semifinals and will await their opponent. Click here to see the current playoff bracket on Pointstreak.
Stay tuned for the upcoming playoff schedule so that you can come out and support the Double Blue in their quest for the 2019 Minto!
The Double Blue took one step closer to the OJALL quarterfinal series victory with a 12-7 win over the Six Nations Arrows at the Jack.
A's took a 4 -1 lead in the first period and then exploded for 7 more goals in the 2nd frame to cement the win. Recent additions to the A's playoff lineup Sam Leclair and Liam Ham both made solid contributions to the Game 3 win with 3 goals and 1 goal, respectively.
Veteran sniper Jake McNabb led the way with 5 points including a hat trick and 2 helpers in the win.
The victory gives the Athletics a commanding 2-1 series lead in the Best of 5 series.
A's hope to close out the series with a win in Six Nations on Monday night.
If necessary, Game 5 will be played back home in St.Catharines on Wednesday July 17th at the Jack #PackTheJack
In other OJALL playoff action, the 2nd seeded Burlington Chiefs completed the sweep over the first year Jr. A team Oakville Buzz with a 7- 5 win.
Let's Go Double Blue! Bring home the Series win!
Game 3 of the OJALL Quarter Finals between the St.Catharines Jr.A Athletics and the Six Nations Arrows will be tonight at the Jack for a 7:00pm ball drop.
The Series is all tied up at one game apiece after the Arrows surged to a 9-8 comeback win on their home floor last Thursday night.
Game 3 is pivotal in a Best of 5 series and the winner will be in a good position to finish off the series.
Come on out to the Jack #PackTheJack and cheer on the A's and support the DoubleBlueCrew to get past the tenacious Arrows from Six Nations.
Should be an epic battle!. Let's go Go Double Blue!
See you at the Jack!