Gateway hockey hopes to put a halt to losing skid By Michael Love
The Gateway varsity ice hockey team has lost 11 games in a row and is 2-14 after a 2-3 start.
The Gators last won Oct. 31 against Greensburg-Salem. Their other victory was against McDowell, 8-5, in Erie on Oct. 20.
Gateway will get another shot at McDowell on Thursday, and this time, ...
Plum hockey team to unveil new jerseys By Doug Gulasy
Plum reached into the past before creating its future hockey jerseys.
The Mustangs will debut new purple-and-gold jerseys at its Senior Night game against Norwin at ...
Greensburg Salem hockey working through transition period By Katie Foglia
Change has proven to be the only constant this season for the Greensburg Salem hockey team.
In addition to making the jump from the former PIHL Open Division to Class A, the team’s first-year coach, Jason DeTesta, has also implemented a new structure and style of play to the program.
Hempfield hockey recovers from injuries By Andrew John
The holiday break couldn’t have come at a better time for the Hempfield hockey team as injuries started to take a toll on the team’s performance.
However, those tough times may pay huge dividends down the road.
The Spartans (11-4), who started the season with nine wins in 10 games, lost ...
Norwin hockey looking to improve, get healthy By Nathan Smith
A year of transition has been filled with struggles for the Norwin hockey team.
Under the guidance of first-year coach Steve Butler, the Knights dropped down to Class AA after the PIHL realignment. The competition has been as tough as they saw in Class AAA as they have opened the season ...
Baldwin hockey player’s career jump-started by ‘Sidney Crosby influence’ By Ed Phillipps
By ice hockey standards, Max Milan was late to the game.
He first suited up for an inline squad when he was 12 years old. He took up ice hockey shortly after that, then began playing for traveling teams.
“I think Sidney Crosby coming to town (in 2005) sparked an interest in ...
High school notebook: PIHL sets playoff format By Staff Reports
After revising its classifications and alignments prior to the 2014-15 season, the PIHL faced questions about how the changes would affect its playoff system.
The league ...
Deer Lakes rally falls just short against Mars By Jerin Steele
Deer Lakes rallied from a four-goal deficit but fell just short and saw its eight-game winning streak end with a 5-4 loss to Mars on Monday at Ice Connection.
Trailing late, the Lancers received a power play when Mars Goalie Tyler Spreng tripped a Lancer in front of the net.
Gateway hockey building with young talent By Brian Graham
The Gateway hockey team is in the midst of the second season of its rebuilding phase.
Coach Gene Perhac is happy with the progress that’s been made and sees a team competing for section titles coming in the very near future.
The Gators are off to a 2-9 start in the Class ...
Plum’s Stonebraker busy on ice By Dave Schrecengost
Mondays are the start of a work week for most people.
Not for David Stonebraker. For him, Mondays offer a rare day off.
Even then, he may ...
Armstrong loses, Freeport wins in hockey doubleheader By Matt Grubba
Armstrong hockey knew it would be short-handed, but the team still put up quite a fight.
Backup goalie Jacob Lorigan made 45 saves, but Moon scored four times in the final period for a 4-2 win over the Riverhawks in the second game of a varsity doubleheader Thursday at Belmont Complex.
Franklin Regional pulls away in PIHL bout with Gateway By Michael Love
The shots were nearly even and the score was knotted at one after 17 minutes of play last Friday between the Franklin Regional and Gateway ice hockey teams at Center Ice Arena in Delmont.
The first game between the rivals after a season in separate PIHL classifications then started to turn ...
Gateway, Franklin Regional hockey teams renew rivalry By Michael Love
After one year apart, PIHL rivals and tenants who both call Center Ice Arena in Delmont home will resume competition.
The Franklin Regional and Gateway ice hockey teams face off Friday at 6:15 p.m., and it will be the first meeting between the teams since February 2013 when they both were ...
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