The Timmins Rock will be looking to get back to .500 when they host the West Division leading Blind River Beavers at the McIntyre Arena Friday night. Heading into the contest, the Beavers sport a perfect record of 4-0-0-0 and they hold a one-point lead over the Soo Thunderbirds in the West Division standings. It will be the start of a three-game road swing through the North for the Beavers who will continue their trip with stops in Cochrane on Saturday night and Hearst on Sunday afternoon.
The Timmins Majors will be looking to pounce on the New Liskeard Cubs when they play the first half of a home-and-home series with their Great North Midge League rivals at the Don Shepherdson Memorial Arena Friday night. After opening their 2017-18 campaign with a record of 1-2-0-0 in Sault Ste. Marie last weekend, the Majors will play their fourth-straight road game before returning home to welcome the Cubs to the McIntyre Arena for Saturday night’s home opener.
After failing to score a goal in two-straight games, the Timmins Rock took out their frustrations on the Cochrane Crunch Tuesday night at the McIntyre Arena. The line of Stewart Parnell, Alexandre Brisson and newcomer Connor Hoffmann did most of the damage as the Rock dumped the Crunch 7-5. Parnell and Hoffman each scored twice and added an assist, while Brisson scored once and set up a pair of goals.
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