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Wingham falls to Walkerton in overtime, 4-3 (OT)

The Walkerton Hawks pulled out a 4-3 (OT) overtime victory over the Wingham Ironmen on a clutch goal by Jay Thomson.

With the win, Walkerton avoided elimination to make the series score 3-4 in the best of seven series.

The Hawks got the win behind a great game by Thomson, who had one goal and two assists. Thomson scored 7:32 into overtime to make the score 4-3 Walkerton.Brett Coulson provided the assist.

Others who scored for Walkerton included Brooks NelthorpeChris Gillman, and Lauchlin Elder, who each put in one. In addition, Walkerton received assists from Reid Simmons, who had one and Calvin Penney, who had two.

Walkerton was unable to stop Wingham from sending pucks towards the net, and the Ironmen eventually piled up 44 shots on goal. Team's forwards weren't the only contributers offensively, and the team's defensemen showcased their scoring touch with two goals.

Wingham was helped by Justin Jacklin, who finished with one goal. Jacklin scored 10:50 into the second period to make the score 1-1. Brett Brophy picked up the assist. Wingham additionally got points from Brophy, who also tallied one goal and one assist to lead the team in points. Greg Hansford also scored for Wingham. Other players who recorded assists for Wingham were Alex Kuntz and Broedy Karelse, who each chipped in one.

Erik Angeli recorded 41 saves for the Hawks. Walkerton incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors. Ben Nelson made 26 saves for the Ironmen on 30 shots. Wingham incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors.

Wingham beats Walkerton 7-3 as Jacklin gets hat trick

Justin Jacklin lifted the Wingham Ironmen to a 7-3 victory with a hat trick against the Walkerton Hawks.

Jacklin's first goal came 13:53 into the second period. He then added goals at 14:50 into the second and at 1:07 into the third.

With the win, Wingham avoided elimination to make the series score 3-3 in the best of seven series.

Walkerton was unable to stop the Ironmen from sending pucks towards the net, and Wingham eventually piled up 42 shots on goal.

Wingham additionally got points from Ryan McNeil, who also finished with two goals and one assist. Others who scored for Wingham included Matt McCracken andBroedy Karelse, who scored one goal each. Other players who recorded assists for Wingham were Greg HansfordHoldyn Lansink, and Greg Scott, who each chipped in one and Brett Brophy and Alex Kuntz, who contributed two each.

The Hawks were helped by Ryan Hamelin, who grabbed one goal. Hamelin scored 18:35 into the second period to make the score 3-3. Walkerton also had goals scored by Nathan Kramer and Jay Thomson, who each put in one. More assists for Walkerton came via Brendan WelshReid Simmons, and Tyler Cunningham, who each chipped in one.

Ben Nelson rejected 26 shots on goal for the Ironmen. Wingham incurred eight minutes in penalty time with four minors. Erik Angeli recorded 35 saves for Walkerton. The Hawks incurred 16 minutes in penalty time with eight minors.

Wingham survives Walkerton comeback, wins 3-2

The Walkerton Hawks tried their best to erase a two-goal deficit, but the Wingham Ironmen would not be denied the victory and hung on to win, 3-2.

Wingham made the score 3-1 on a goal by Alex Kuntz at 10:00 in the third period, and Walkerton got as close as 3-2 when Brett Coulson scored 19:15 into the third period.

With the win, the Ironmen avoided elimination to make the series score 3-2 in the best of seven series.

Kuntz had a great game for Wingham, netting two goals.

The Ironmen excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in three chances.

Wingham also got a goal from Holdyn Lansink as well. In addition, Wingham received assists from Brett BrophyJustin Jacklin, and Ryan McNeil, who contributed one each.

The Hawks kept Wingham's goalie busy throughout the game, and Ben Nelson made 38 saves on 40 shots.

Lauchlin Elder also scored for Walkerton. More assists for Walkerton came via Jay ThomsonCalvin Penney, and Ryan Hamelin, who each chipped in one.

The Ironmen incurred eight minutes in penalty time with four minors. Erik Angeli recorded 26 saves for Walkerton. The Hawks incurred 18 minutes in penalty time with four minors.

Walkerton downs Wingham, 6-3

Behind two goals and one assist from Calvin Penney and one goal and one assist from Lauchlin Elder, the Walkerton Hawks downed the Wingham Ironmen 6-3.

Penney scored the first of his two goals at 19:09 into the first period to make the score 2-2. Jay Thomson provided the assist. Penney's next tally made the score 3-2 Walkerton with 16:47 left in the second period. Elder picked up the assist. Elder scored on the power play 19:57 into the second period to make the score 4-3 Walkerton. A holding penalty on Keifer MacInnes had put Walkerton on the power play. Penney provided the assist.

After the loss made the series score 3-1 in the best of seven series, Wingham faces elimination next time out.

Walkerton also got points from Elder, who also finished with one goal and one assist. Walkerton also had goals scored by Nathan KramerCJ Arthur, and Austin Russell, who scored one goal each. In addition, Walkerton received assists from Josh Deyell, who had two and Carter FranksBrett Coulson, and Reid Simmons, who each chipped in one.

The Hawks were unable to stop the Ironmen from sending pucks towards the net, and Wingham eventually piled up 35 shots on goal.

The Ironmens Alex Kuntz scored 8:28 into the first period to make the score 2-1 Wingham.Broedy Karelse assisted on the tally.Others who scored for Wingham included Brett Brophyand Ryan McNeil, who each put in one. Other players who recorded assists for Wingham were Holdyn Lansink and Jordan Skerrett, who contributed one each.

Erik Angeli rejected 32 shots on goal for Walkerton. The Hawks incurred 12 minutes in penalty time with six minors. For Walkerton, Deyell was ejected from the game. Wingham's starting goalie, Ben Nelson, made 16 saves and finished with the loss before he was taken out in favor of Jaden Shrier, who stopped seven shots. The Ironmen incurred 22 minutes in penalty time with six minors.

Walkerton downs Wingham, 4-1

Jay Thomson tallied one point to lead the Walkerton Hawks to a 4-1 victory over the Wingham Ironmen.

The win by Walkerton broke a deadlock and gave the Hawks a 2-1 advantage in the best of seven series.

Walkerton stifled Wingham's power play, and did not give up a single goal while down a man. The Hawks kept the Ironmen's goalie busy throughout the game, and Ben Nelson made 28 saves on 32 shots.

Walkerton additionally got points from Calvin Penney, who also finished with one goal and one assist. Brett Coulson also scored for Walkerton. In addition, Walkerton received assists from Carter Franks and Ryan Hamelin, who contributed one each.

Wingham was led by Justin Jacklin, who scored the team's only goal. Jacklin scored 31 seconds into the third period to make the score 3-1 Walkerton. Brett Brophypicked up the assist.

Walkerton's Erik Angeli stopped 22 shots out of the 23 that he faced. The Hawks incurred 16 minutes in penalty time with eight minors. Walkerton ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Jake Baclay was ejected from the game. The Ironmen incurred 38 minutes in penalty time with nine minors. For Wingham, Jared Weishar was ejected from the game.

Wingham rips Walkerton, 7-1

The Walkerton Hawks had trouble finding ways to stop the Wingham Ironmen, which beat Hawks, 7-1.

With the win, Wingham evened the series at 1-1 in the best of seven showdown.

The Ironmen got the win on the strength of a great game by Justin Jacklin, who had two goals and one assist. Jacklin scored the first of his two goals on the power play at 7:10 into the second period to make the score 2-0 Wingham. A cross checking penalty on Mitch Borden had put Wingham on the power play. Greg Hansfordpicked up the assist. Jacklin's next tally on the power play made the score 4-1 Wingham with 16:22 left in the third period. The Ironmen had gotten the advantage when Walkerton's Borden was sent off for hooking. Brett Brophy assisted on the tally.

The Hawks were stymied by Wingham's netminder Ben Nelson, who stopped 29 shots during the victory. Nelson managed to improve on his goals against average, which stood at 1.61 prior to the game.

The Ironmen forced Walkerton's goaltenders to work in net, taking 40 shots and forcing 33 saves. Erik Angeli made 26 stops and Tristan Lewis made seven. Wingham was effective with a man advantage, and put in five goals while on the power play. The Ironmen got an offensive boost from their blueliners, who contributed three goals during the game.

Wingham also got points from Brophy, who also registered three goals and three assists to lead the team in points. Others who scored for Wingham included Owen Bender(AP) and Ryan McNeil, who each put in one. Other players who recorded assists for Wingham were Alex Kuntz, who had three and Bailey PoelsGreg Scott, andBroedy Karelse, who each chipped in one.

The Hawks were led by Brett Coulson, who scored the team's only goal. Coulson scored on the power play 12:32 into the second period to make the score 3-1 Wingham. Walkerton earned a power play opportunity when Keifer MacInnes was put in the box for tripping. Reid Simmons picked up the assist.

Wingham ended with 55 minutes in penalty time with 10 minors and one major. The Ironmen ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Karelse was ejected from the game. The Hawks totaled 54 minutes in penalty time with 12 minors and two majors and went 1-for-5 on the power play. For Walkerton, Borden andChris Gillman were ejected from the contest.

Wingham falls to Walkerton in overtime, 4-3 (OT)

The Walkerton Hawks' Brett Coulson scored 8:11 into overtime to beat the Wingham Ironmen, 4-3 (OT).

The win gave Walkerton a 1-0 lead in the best of seven series.

The Hawks came back from a two-goal deficit to capture the victory. Walkerton fell behind 3-1 after a goal by Wingham's Alex Kuntz at 17:26 in the first period. The Hawks knotted things up at 3-3 on a goal by Coulson at 7:44 in the third period.

Coulson had two goals to lead Walkerton to victory.

The Hawks excelled on the penalty kill, not giving up a single goal in five chances.

Walkerton also had goals scored by Josh Deyell and Tyler Cunningham, who each put in one. Other players who recorded assists for Walkerton were Mitch Borden,Calvin Penney, and Reid Simmons, who contributed one each.

The Ironmen kept Walkerton's goalie busy throughout the game, and Erik Angeli made 35 saves on 38 shots.

Wingham was helped by Ryan McNeil, who grabbed one goal. McNeil scored 7:17 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Wingham. Kuntz assisted on the tally. Wingham additionally got points from Kuntz, who also finished with one goal and one assist to lead the team in points. Wingham also got a goal from Bailey Poels as well. In addition, Wingham received assists from Greg Scott and Jeremy Ross, who each chipped in one.

The Hawks incurred 28 minutes in penalty time with four minors. Ben Nelson recorded 23 saves for the Ironmen. Wingham incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors.

Wingham outlasts Kincardine, 3-2

In a game where neither team could get a cushion, the Wingham Ironmen escaped with a 3-2 victory over the Kincardine Bulldogs.

Neither team gained more than a one-goal lead, and Holdyn Lansink's goal in the third period proved to be the difference maker.

The win by Wingham clinched the best of seven series at 4-2.

The Ironmen were sparked by Lansink, who racked up one goal. Lansink scored 6:51 into the third period to make the score 3-2 Wingham. Keifer MacInnes picked up the assist.

Wingham's offense rang up 41 shots on Kincardine's net. The Ironmen's penalty kill was ineffective, and let in two goals to the Bulldogs' power play unit.

Wingham additionally got points from Alex Kuntz, who also finished with one goal and one assist to lead the team in points. Wingham also got a goal from Matt McCracken as well. Other players who recorded assists for Wingham were Carter StrachanBroedy Karelse, and Jeremy Ross, who contributed one each.

Kincardine put up an impenetrable defensive front on the penalty kill, and did not allow Wingham to score on any of its four power plays.

The Bulldogs were led by Patrick Wiejak, who grabbed one goal and one assist. Wiejak scored on the power play 9:01 into the first period to make the score 1-1. Kincardine earned a power play opportunity when Ryan McNeil was put in the box for interference. Dalton Hnatko provided the assist. Chad Simpson also scored for Kincardine. More assists for Kincardine came via Alex Labrosse and Luke Inglis, who each chipped in one.

Ben Nelson rejected 28 shots on goal for the Ironmen. Wingham incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors. Mitch Campbell made 38 saves for the Bulldogs on 41 shots. Kincardine incurred eight minutes in penalty time with four minors.

Kincardine downs Wingham in overtime, 4-3 (OT)

Gerrit Satosek gave the Kincardine Bulldogs a 4-3 (OT) victory over the Wingham Ironmen when he scored 12:51 into the extra period.

With the win, Kincardine avoided elimination to make the series score 3-2 in the best of seven series.

The Bulldogs came back from a two-goal deficit to capture the victory. Kincardine trailed 3-1 after a power play goal by Wingham's Brett Brophy at 15:49 in the second period. The Bulldogs knotted things up at 3-3 on a goal by Shawn Moore at 4:26 in the third period.

Moore had a great game for Kincardine, netting two goals.

The Bulldogs' offense rang up 42 shots on the Ironmen's net.

Kincardine additionally got points from Brycin Morrison, who also tallied one goal and one assist to lead the team in points. In addition, Kincardine received assists from Chad Simpson and Matthew Mah, who contributed one each.

Wingham put up an impenetrable defensive front on the penalty kill, and did not allow Kincardine to score on any of its seven power plays. The Ironmen kept the Bulldogs' goalie busy throughout the game, and Mitch Campbell made 33 saves on 36 shots.

Wingham was helped by Ryan McNeil, who had one goal. McNeil scored 19:29 into the first period to make the score 2-1 Wingham. Justin Jacklin assisted on the tally.J J Harland also scored for Wingham. More assists for Wingham came via Holdyn Lansink and Broedy Karelse, who each chipped in one.

Kincardine incurred 10 minutes in penalty time with five minors. Ben Nelson recorded 38 saves for the Ironmen. Wingham incurred 16 minutes in penalty time with eight minors. The Ironmen ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Greg Scott was ejected from the game.

Wingham rolls over Kincardine, 4-0

The Wingham Ironmen were firing on all cylinders against the Kincardine Bulldogs, and when the final buzzer sounded Ironmen emerged with a 4-0 win.

After the loss made the series score 3-1 in the best of seven series, Kincardine faces elimination next time out.

Wingham was led by Alex Kuntz, who registered one goal. Kuntz scored 1:08 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Wingham. Ryan McNeil picked up the assist.

The Ironmen's offense rang up 34 shots on the Bulldogs' net. Wingham did not rack up many penalties in the contest, racking up only one minor for two minutes in penalty time.

Wingham also got points from Justin Jacklin, who also finished with one goal and one assist to lead the team in points. Others who scored for Wingham includedHoldyn Lansink and Jeremy Ross, who scored one goal each. In addition, Wingham received assists from Darren KerrBrett BrophyKeifer MacInnesJosh StewartJ J Harland, and Carter Stewart, who contributed one each.

Kincardine put up an impenetrable defensive front on the penalty kill, and did not allow the Ironmen to score on any of their five power plays.

Ben Nelson made 21 saves for Wingham on 21 shots. Mitch Campbell recorded 30 saves for the Bulldogs. Kincardine incurred 10 minutes in penalty time with five minors. The Bulldogs ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Dalton Hnatko was ejected from the game.

Kincardine falls to Wingham in overtime, 2-1 (OT)

Brett Brophy gave the Wingham Ironmen a 2-1 (OT) victory over the Kincardine Bulldogs when he scored 4:58 into the extra period.

The win by Wingham broke a deadlock and gave the Ironmen a 2-1 advantage in the best of seven series.

Wingham was led by goalie Ben Nelson, who finished with 31 saves while allowing one goal. Despite the solid performance, Nelson will actually see his goals against average rise, as it stood at 0.48 entering the contest.

The Ironmen were paced by Brophy, who had one goal.

Holdyn Lansink also scored for Wingham. Other players who recorded assists for Wingham were Justin JacklinKeifer MacInnes, and Broedy Karelse, who contributed one each.

Kincardine's penalty kill was spotless, allowing no goals on seven Wingham power plays. The Bulldogs forced Wingham goalie Nelson to work between the pipes, taking 32 shots.

Kincardine was led by Chad Simpson, who scored the team's only goal. Simpson scored on the power play 19:00 into the second period to make the score 1-1. The Bulldogs had gotten the advantage when the Ironmen's Jared Weishar was sent off for tripping. Alex Labrosse assisted on the tally.

Wingham incurred 16 minutes in penalty time with eight minors. The Ironmen ran into serious disciplinary problems during the contest, and Ryan McNeil was ejected from the game. Mitch Campbell rejected 26 shots on goal for Kincardine. The Bulldogs totaled 35 minutes in penalty time with five minors and one major and went 1-for-3 on the power play. For Kincardine, Gerrit Satosek was ejected from the game.

Western Junior C Champions

Walkerton falls to Wingham 3-2 in double overtime

 

Alex Kuntz gave the Wingham Ironmen a 3-2 (OT) victory over the Walkerton Hawks when he scored 40 seconds into the extra period.

Wingham almost relinquished a two-score lead. The Ironmen made the score 2-0 on a power play goal by Kuntz at 17:50 in the second period. Walkerton got to within 2-1 on a goal by Brendan Welsh at 2:41 in the third period.

Wingham put up an impenetrable defensive front on the penalty kill, and did not allow the Hawks to score on any of their six power plays.

Other players who recorded assists for Wingham were Holdyn Lansink, who had two and Darren Kerr and Ryan McNeil, who contributed one each.

Walkerton was held below its usual level of production. The Hawks put an average of 4.9 pucks into the net per game. The Ironmen were unable to stop Walkerton from sending pucks towards the net, and the Hawks eventually piled up 32 shots on goal.

Walkerton was helped by Austin Russell, who had one goal. Russell scored 18:03 into the third period to make the score 2-2. Lauchlin Elder picked up the assist. In addition, Walkerton received assists from Ryan Hamelin and Tyler Cunningham, who each chipped in one.

Ben Nelson recorded 30 saves for Wingham. The Ironmen incurred 16 minutes in penalty time with eight minors. For Wingham, Josh Higgins was ejected from the game. Erik Angeli rejected 27 shots on goal for the Hawks. Walkerton incurred 22 minutes in penalty time with six minors.

Ironmen hold Remembrance Day Service

At top, team captain's Brett Brophy of the Wingham Ironmen & Mitchell Hawks Scott Fries take part in the ceremonial puck drop with (center l to r) Charles Proctor, Laurie Dinning and Cecil Moore.

Below, the Ironmen were pleased to have the Royal Canadian Legion Colour Party from Wingham and Brussels.  Carrying colours are John McEwen, Lisa Glanville, behind Lisa is Peter Grey – Sargent of Arms, Charles Proctor, Laurie Dinning, Cecil Moore, Jeremy Ross (grandson), Eric Ross and Jim Saint.

The Wingham Ironmen were very pleased to be able to introduce and recognize three individuals who have contributed to the freedoms we enjoy today. Their contributions vary from World War 2 to the recent conflicts in Afghanistan.

Cecil Moore is a WW 2 veteran serving in the Navy as a ships cook.  He enlisted in 1944 in Toronto and served until 1946. Cecil was on the HMS Puncher, a small aircraft carrier in the North Atlantic.  While on duty they were in Scotland and Ireland.   The puncher was converted into a troop ship for returning soldiers to Canada.  Cecil recalled how many enjoyed the fine cooking provided on the voyage home.

Charles Proctor is a WW 2 veteran serving in the Air Force.  He enlisted in 1943 and served until 1946.  Corporal Proctor was a wireless Mechanic serving in both Hamilton and Montreal.  He was transferred to Leeming, Yorkshire England to serve. The RAF still fly out of there today.

Laurie Dinning is a Silver Cross Mother.  Her son Mathew enlisted in 2003. Corporal Mathew Dinning was serving in the Military Police in Close Protection Detail when killed in action by an IED Explosion April 22, 2006 along with 3 other soldiers in Afghanistan.  Corporal Dinning’s name is inscribed on the Wingham Cenotaph.  Mathew is an alumni member of the Wingham Ironmen.

OHA INTRODUCES "SAFE TALK"

The Ontario Hockey Association is the first ever sporting organization to launch a program that will provide SafeTALK training to teams and their communities across Ontario.

SafeTALK training prepares helpers over the age of 15 to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. SafeTALK is an internationally recognized program developed by LivingWorks.

The OHA worked in collaboration with its member teams to provide support for the delivery of SafeTALK Workshops to all Teams over a 4 year period. Teams are encouraged to develop partnerships with community groups to provide the program to further educate people in the communities where the OHA operates teams.


The following video by Living Works describes the SafeTALK program and features Wingham Ironmen Captain Aaron Armstrong.

http://oha.pointstreaksites.com/view/oha/oha-development-programs/oha-helps

Congratulations to Wingham Ironmen Jamie Huber for being drafted by the OHL's North Bay Battalion!

Ironmen Claim Four League Titles

Huber is January's Player of the Month

The Wingham Ironmen would like to thank Libro Financial Group, McDonagh Insurance Brokers Ltd, and Howick Mutual Insurance Company for their $912 donation from a portion of proceeds received during the NHL Alumni game held at the North Huron Recreation Complex on November 16th.  These organizations contributed a total of $5,472 across several hockey associations. This was truly a great evening of entertainment hosted by many volunteers, thank you!

The Ironmen present Honorary Lifetime Executive Achievement awards to (L-R) Bill McGrath, Janet Haines and Bob Foxton.

Presenting are Assistant Captains Travis Donaldson & Brett Brophy along with Captain Aaron Armstrong

Wingham Santa Claus Parade

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Ironmen's Armstrong holds Junior C Scoring Record

League Past Top Stats

Season Player, Team GP G A PTS

13-14 Aaron Armstrong, Wingham 34 39 65 104

12-13 Aaron Armstrong, Wingman 35 50 74 124

11-12 Eric Lekun, Walkerton 35 42 42 84

10-11 Drew Davidson, Walkerton 35 30 48 78

09-10 Jim Hutchison, Hanover 35 24 31 55

08-09 Blake Underwood, Kincardine 36 33 48 81

07-08 Brett Ziggel, Hanover 39 35 52 86

05-06 Cole Stewart, Wingham 39 33 44 77

06-07 Kevin Beirnes, Kincardine 34 48 39 87

2004-05 Nick Locking, Mt Forest 35 29 39 68

2003-04 Nick Locking, Mt Forest 33 36 27 63

2002-03 Jim McGillivray, Hanover 32 41 23 64

2001-02 Adam Millman, Hanover 35 39 40 79

2000-01 Jim McGillivray, Hanover 38 48 44 92

1999-00 Ryan Matheson, Wingham 35 27 41 68

1998-99 Brent McDermid, Kincardine 36 30 34 64

1997-98 Jason Howes, Hanover 34 32 40 72

1996-97 Mark Wappett, Kincardine 29 30 43 73

1995-96 Jeff Rahn, Mt Forest 29 26 35 61

1994-95 Jeff Rahn, Mt Forest 29 36 41 77

1993-94 Keith MacMillan, Hanover 32 24 39 63

1992-93 Jeremy Franks, Hanover 28 35 43 78

1991-92 Glenn Watt, Grand Valley 28 35 40 75

1990-91 Marty Rutledge, Brussels 29 34 33 67

1989-90 Marty Rutledge, Brussels 30 55 35 90

1988-89 Rob Beitz, Hanover 30 33 41 74

1987-88 Ken Gosleigh, Port Elgin 21 27 40 67

1986-87 Dave Hopkins, Hanover 6 48 65 113

1985-86 Terry Whiteside, Hanover 30 39 62 101

1984-85 Paul Snodgrass, Walkerton 29 40 34 74

1983-84 Troy Pocaluyko, Wingham 28 35 34 69

1982-83 Steve Simpson, Kincardine 26 26 42 68

1981-82 Derrick Burrows, Kincardine n/a

1980-81 Greg Flowers, Clinton 30 38 37 75

1979-80 Pete MacDermid, Port Elgin 30 36 42 78

1978-79 Rob Millican, Arthur 26 35 42 77

1977-78 Mike Huber, Port Elgin 33 39 33 72 

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