Jared Turcotte (left) of the Chilliwack Chiefs battles with Bailey Brant of the Ottawa Ottawa Jr. Senators during a semifinal thriller at the 2018 RBC Cup that ended with the host team punching its tickets to the final 3-2.

Jr. Sens lose in RBC Cup semifinal

CHILLIWACK, B.C. - Statistically speaking, the Ottawa Jr. Senators week at the RBC Cup could not have been closer. Emotionally it couldn’t have been harder.The Jr. Sens played four round-robin games that need extra time to decide a winner at the Prospera Centre, home of the Chilliwack Chiefs.Those same Chiefs ended the Jr. Sens hopes of a national

Jae S. Lee/The Dallas Morning News via AP: Dallas Stars new head coach Jim Montgomery (centre), CEO Jim Lites and general manager Jim Nill (right) pose for a photograph during an NHL hockey press conference at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Friday, May 4, 2018. Montgomery, the second head coach in three years to go from the college ranks to the NHL, was 125-57-26 the past five seasons at the University of Denver, including a national title in 2016-17.

Montgomery made an impression

Although Jim Montgomery played only one season for the Pembroke Lumber Kings in the late 1980s, when his name started popping up for possible NHL coaching jobs local residents took notice.

PLK launch season ticket drive

The Pembroke Lumber Kings are already getting ready for the 2018-19 season with a special promotion to attract more season ticket holders. The Lumber Kings have high expectations for next season with several key players returning and are offering incentives to the fans to renew their season ticket package early.

Photo courtesy of Robert Lefebvre/ The Ottawa Junior Senators's Danny Pion controls the puck behind the Carleton Place Canadians's net while being watched by Tim Theocharidis (23) and Justin Cmunt during Fred Page Cup action Thursday night. Ottawa won 3-2.

Canadians's season ends

OTTAWA – The Carleton Place Canadians have been eliminated from contention at the Fred Page Cup after dropping a third straight game Friday afternoon in Ottawa.

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