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End of Tomahawks camp brings mixed emotions
In some ways Sunday was a wonderful day for Johnstown Tomahawks coach Jason Spence.
He got to see his second-year North American Hockey League team play a spirited and fast-paced intersquad game in front of nearly 300 fans at Planet Ice. There was talent all over the ice, which could mean an even better season for the Tomahawks, who made the Robertson Cup playoffs in their inaugural campaign.
From Russia to Prospect, ’Hawks have varied group
The Johnstown Tomahawks main camp opened Thursday night with 80 players, some of whom traveled across the globe to be at Planet Ice in Richland Township, and some of whom simply needed to drive across town.
Tomahawks expecting 80 hopefuls at camp
The Johnstown Tomahawks’ second season won’t start until September.
But the foundation of the sophomore NAHL season will be set today through Sunday at Planet Ice.
The Tomahawks will hold their main tryout camp during the next four days, with as many as 80 players expected to converge on the Richland Township rink.
Tomahawks will open with Port Huron
The Johnstown Tomahawks will face a quirky – and trying – schedule in their second season in the North American Hockey League.
The slate, which was released on Monday evening, opens Sept. 14 with the Tomahawks hosting the same team that ended their inaugural season – the Port Huron Fighting Falcons. The Tomahawks opened last season at Port Huron and fell to the Fighting Falcons in the NAHL playoffs.
Tomahawks draft five players
Team Illinois forward Casey Linkenheld topped a group of five players drafted by the Johnstown Tomahawks in the NAHL Draft on Tuesday.
The Tomahawks also drafted goaltender Brett Young (Little Caesars U18), forward Forest Donvan (Belle Tire U18), defenseman Tristan Ramage (Pittsburgh Viper Stars) and blue-liner Brady Bender (Colorado Rampage).
MAKING AN IMPACT | Tomahawks’ first season helps business, community
The Johnstown Tomahawks filled a void for the city’s hockey-starved fans while also pumping a boost into the region’s economy during their inaugural North American Hockey League season.
Despite playoff loss, first Tomahawks season successful
The Johnstown Towmahawks’ inaugural season opened with an overtime loss at Port Huron and ended with a gutwrenching overtime setback to the Fighting Falcons Sunday at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
IT'S A WRAP | Miller’s overtime goal ends Tomahawks’ inaugural season
The result of Sunday’s NAHL Robertson Cup Playoff game wasn’t the one that the Johnstown Tomahawks wanted. Port Huron’s Ian Miller made sure of that just 3:28 into overtime.
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