Oshawa - Apr. 18, 2014: The opening game of the OHL Eastern Conference Final was a hard one to watch for many of the Oshawa Generals' faithful on Friday night. Playing against a bigger, stronger, faster North Bay Battalion team, the Generals lost 1 - 0 on home ice. FULL STORY
Kingston - Sep. 22, 2013: After throttling the Peterborough Petes by a score of 11-4 on Thursday night during the season opener, the Kingston Frontenacs didn’t let up steam for their home opener on Friday. After giving a moment of silence in honour of Acadie Bathurst Titan prospect, Jordan Boyd who passed away on the ice last month, it was time for to usher in another Kingston Frontenacs season. FULL STORY
North Bay - Sep. 19, 2013: Barclay Goodrow decided professional hockey can wait a year. Right winger Goodrow elected to play an overage season, his fifth in the Ontario Hockey League, with the North Bay Battalion rather than seek a position in the American Hockey League. Goodrow attended the rookie camp of the National Hockey League’s Detroit Red Wings as a free agent and, after helping win a prospects tournament. FULL STORY
Temiscaming - Sep. 7, 2013: The North Bay Battalion defeated the Kitchener Rangers 4-1 in exhibition action on Sunday afternoon. Josh Sterk scored for the Rangers, while first-year netminder Matthew Greenfield made 50 saves in his first preseason start. FULL STORY
Kitchener - Sep. 1, 2013: The Kitchener Rangers scored five unanswered goals to earn a 5-2 exhibition victory over the North Bay Battalion on Sunday. Rookie Doug Blaisdell led the team with two goals and netminder Tyson Teichmann made 41 saves to secure the win. Brett McKenzie opened the scoring early in the first period, capitalizing on the Battalion’s 5-on-3 power play opportunity. FULL STORY
North Bay - Aug. 9, 2013: The North Bay Battalion has reached an affiliation agreement with the North Bay Trappers of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League, the clubs announced Friday. “We’re very happy to be affiliated with the Trappers,” Stan Butler, general manager and head coach of the Ontario Hockey League’s Battalion, told a news conference conducted via telephone. FULL STORY
North Bay - Aug. 7, 2013: The North Bay Battalion has traded the Ontario Hockey League rights to forward Jake Marchment to the Belleville Bulls in exchange for a sixth-round pick in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection, it was announced Tuesday. Centre Marchment, an 18-year-old resident of Courtice, Ont., scored seven goals and earned 13 assists for 20 points in 49 games last season with the junior A Wellington Dukes. FULL STORY
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