Tomahawks open homestand tonight
A pair of layoffs end tonight when the Johnstown Tomahawks entertain the Michigan Warriors in the first of two games to close out 2013 at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
The 7 p.m. puck drop marks the first time that Johnstown (18-12-2, 38 points) has skated against live action since a 2-1 win over the Warriors (15-10-7, 37 points) on Dec. 21.
Tomahawks get past Falcons
The Tomahawks scored three goals in the third period on Saturday to take a 3-1 win over the Fighting Falcons and close to within four points of first-place Port Huron in the NAHL North.
Josh Bowes scored first for Johnstown, taking a red-line pass from Mitch Hall before sliding the puck past the left skate of Falcons goaltender Max Milosek at 7:50.
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The Johnstown Tomahawks tonight will face a North Division-leading Port Huron team with only two regulation losses this NAHL season.
The North’s third-place Tomahawks also had been on a hot streak, winning four straight prior to a disappointing setback to Wenatchee last Saturday.
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Tomahawks topple Jr. Blues
The Johnstown Tomahawks continued their longest homestand of the season Friday night vs. the Springfield Jr. Blues.
It was “Faith and Family Night” at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena, and a total 3,391 fans made their way into the building to catch the action.
Brothers skate together for first time as members of Johnstown Tomahawks
Until Sunday afternoon, Johnstown Tomahawks defenseman Mitch Hall never had an opportunity to play on the same team as his younger brother Tommy.
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