Sault Ste. Marie’s Brad Jacobs and his team from the Community First Curling Centre in Sault Ste. Marie is playoff-bound at the latest Grand Slam of Curling Event, the Elite 10. The Jacobs rink, which includes third Ryan Fry, second E.J. Harnden, and lead Ryan Harnden, will face Glenn Howard Saturday in quarter-final action at the match-play style event. The winner will face Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen in one semifinal on Saturday evening. The Jacobs rink finished the round robin with a 2-2 record.
Live Blog: Soo Greyhounds at Owen Sound Attack
The final road trip of the regular season ends with the Soo Greyhounds facing the Owen Sound Attack at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre in Owen Sound
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The final road game of the Ontario Hockey League regular season made Sunday a record-setting day for the Soo Greyhounds. The Greyhounds battled back to force overtime before dropping a 6-5 shootout decision to the Owen Sound Attack Sunday afternoon at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre in Owen Sound. With the single point, the Greyhounds set a new franchise record for points in a season with 111 heading into the final three games of the regular season.
@PeterKneulman Wouldn’t shock me if they did. I know earlier in the year talking to some people there, they said they wanted to get some games on in the Sault. Sounds like the issue might have been the fact their full schedule was set at the start of the year.
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