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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Elmira Sugar Kings

Sugar Kings turn the screws on Brampton

Another home-and-home winning weekend helped the Elmira Sugar Kings solidify their hold on top spot in the GOJHL’s Midwestern Conference. A pair of victories...

Sugar Kings reclaim top spot in conference with pair of wins

What a difference a week makes. Having dropped two of three the weekend before, the Elmira Sugar Kings took both ends of a...

Kings win on the road, drop a pair at home

Facing three teams below them in the standings, the Elmira Sugar Kings came away with just one win last weekend.

Kings’ streak ended, but team quickly rebounds to pull off a win

Their four-game win streak halted Saturday in a 2-1 overtime loss to Kitchener, the Elmira Sugar Kings quickly rebounded the next day with...

Sugar Kings double up on Stratford Warriors to continue hot streak

Home and away, it was a good weekend for the Elmira Sugar Kings as they twice bested the Stratford Warriors, extending their winning streak...

Scoring aplenty as Kings post a pair of wins

A pair of convincing wins saw the Elmira Sugar Kings pick up where they left off when a five-game winning streak was snapped...

Kings split a pair, lose a little ground

The Elmira Sugar Kings split a pair of games over the weekend, including dropping a decision to Listowel that saw them lose a...

Pair of wins extends Kings’ streak to four games

After dropping the first game of the season, the Elmira Sugar Kings have won four in a row, including taking both matches at...

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