Submitted By Brad Jerome on Thursday, November 26, 2015 (77 views)
On behalf of the Hamilton Jr Bulldogs and the Hamilton Huskies, we are raising funds for McMaster Children's Hospital, Cancer Unit during the upcoming Hamilton Jr Bulldogs Reebok Classic Tournament. Both our associations have a player currently undergoing cancer treatment. By wearing red laces, it is our goal to raise awareness for childhood cancer. Laces can be purchased by team sets prior to the tournament for $60 per team. Please contact Leslie Watson @ [email protected]
by December 2 to place an order for your team. Laces will also be available for purchase during the tournament for $5 per pair.
Submitted By Brad Jerome on Monday, November 02, 2015 (495 views)
The OHL Hamilton Bulldogs hosted a Coaches Morning on November 1, 2015 with the Hamilton Jr Bulldog coaches in their training
centre at First Ontario Place.
President Steve Staios did the
introductions and turned it over to Associate Coach and GM Troy Smith.
Troy is a Hamilton resident, who played in the OHL as a defenseman, and his
topic for our coaches was Teaching a Young Defensemen.
This topic was well received by our coaches, with a lot of innovative ideas and video footage. It created an awareness for teaching the defensemen both sides of the puck and the skills required to play that position.
The Hamilton Jr. Bulldog coaches will be looking forward to the next training session.
Submitted By Brad Jerome on Monday, November 02, 2015 (553 views)
Congratulations to Minor Midget Jr Bulldog Jack Wismer for being selected as an OMHA player to watch, click here to read entire article
Submitted By Brad Jerome on Monday, October 12, 2015 (522 views)
The Hamilton Jr Bulldogs have won the Wendy Dufton Memorial Invitational Minor Midget Tournament with a combination of solid team defense and strong goaltending. The team accumulated four shutouts on the way to the Championship where they defeated the London Jr Knights 3-0. The Team scored 25 goals, and only gave up 5 against some of the top teams in the OHF in the seven games played.
Submitted By Brad Jerome on Sunday, October 11, 2015 (208 views)
The Coaching Staff and Team Participated in the Dundas Terry Fox Run.
The Hamilton Jr Bulldogs Board of Directors gave a Donation to go along with the team's fundraising
Hats off to Coach Syring and staff and his team! The Dundas Terry Fox run raised an impressive $13,000.