Tomahawks drop Game 1 on road
The Johnstown Tomahawks came back from an early two-goal deficit, but Jon Hall scored a third period goal to give the Port Huron Fighting Falcons the 3-2 win in Game 1 of the best-of-5 North Division semi-finals on Thursday night at McMorran Arena.
The Fighting Falcons struck first, as Bryce VanHorn scored 1:39 into the first period. Logan Lambdin earned an assist on the goal.
Tomahawks set to open postseason on road
The Johnstown Tomahawks open the Robertson Cup playoffs tonight at Port Huron hoping to reclaim the form that enabled the second-year team to move near the top of the NAHL North Division a mere six weeks ago.
Standing in the way of fourth-seeded Johnstown is No. 1 Port Huron, a team that planted itself firmly atop the division and never relented.
'Hawks drop season finale at Janesville
The Johnstown Tomahawks closed the NAHL regular season with a 4-1 loss to the Janesville Jets in front of 650 fans at Janesville Ice Arena on Saturday night.
The Tomahawks had secured the North Division’s fourth and final playoff spot when Springfield lost at Soo on Friday night, so the game had no bearing on the playoff race.
Tomahawks clinch berth in playoffs
The Johnstown Tomahawks lost a 5-3 decision at Janesville on Friday, but clinched a NAHL playoff berth nonetheless because Soo defeated Springfield 2-1 earlier in the day.
The Tomahawks began the weekend in fourth place, three points behind Janesville and three points ahead of fifth-place Springfield.
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Eagles avoid sweep, nip Tomahawks
The Johnstown Tomahawks battled back from a three-goal deficit in Sunday afternoon’s final regular-season home game against Soo, but a late third-period score by the Eagles sent the Tomahawks to a disappointing 4-3 loss.
Soo (24-27-7) erupted for three unanswered goals in a six-minute span to open the second period before the Tomahawks (28-25-5) pulled within one heading into the third and subsequently tied it at 5:53 of the final period on a blast from inside the right circle by Matt Meier.
Tomahawks deal Eagles dramatic loss in shootout
The Johnstown Tomahawks are honoring their fans throughout the final home weekend of the NAHL season.
On Saturday night, the Tomahawks made sure those among a crowd of 2,951 remained seated until the final siren of each period and throughout overtime and a shootout.
Tomahawks draw end to seven-game skid in win over Eagles
The Johnstown Tomahawks would have accepted a win in any shape or form on Friday night.
The NAHL team had lost seven consecutive games and multiple North Division teams were gaining ground at Johnstown’s expense.
Slumping ‘Hawks welcome Soo for weekend series
The last-place Soo Eagles visit Cambria County War Memorial Arena this weekend.
That doesn’t change the fact that the three-game set will be the Johnstown Tomahawks’ most important stretch of the NAHL season to date.
Tomahawks drop 7th straight
The Johnstown Tomahawks dropped their seventh consecutive game on Saturday night, falling 2-1 to the host Springfield Jr. Blues at Nelson Arena.
Springfield (55 points) closed within two points of fourth-place Johnstown (57), which is 0-5-2 during the losing skid.
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