The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are showing off their hardware.
Following their recent 4 – 2 series win against the Thunder Bay North Stars in the Superior International Junior Hockey League playoffs, the Dogs took home the Bill Salonen Cup for the second consecutive year. Yesterday, the Dogs celebrated the win with the community.
The team toured around the city, with stops in New Prospect Public School, Open Roads Public School, St. Joseph’s School and Ecole Catholique De L’enfant Jesus Public School to show the trophy to local students. The team also stopped by Max the Moose, City Hall, Princess Court Long-Term Care facility and Community Living.
The Dogs and North Stars will return to the ice on May 1 as Dryden will be hosting the Dudley Hewitt Cup Central Canadian Junior A Championship. Joining the two teams at the four-team event will be the winners of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League and the Ontario Junior Hockey League.
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