Wallaceburg Lacrosse looking for coaches

Wallaceburg Lacrosse has coaching applications available for the 2018 season.

Applications can be found on their website and people can email Jamie Knight to apply or for information.

He can be reached at Jknight@wallaceburglacrosse.com.

Kings upset 73’s

The Dresden Kings topped the Essex 73’s on Friday night, October 27, at the Dresden Arena.

Essex got on the board first with a goal in the first period.

However, the Kings got goals from Will Tetzlaff and Nolan VandenBoorn in the second period and that was all the scoring they needed, as they won 2-1.

Brendan Johnston was on fire between the pipes, stopping 34 shots for the win.

Essex outshout the Kings, 35-18.

Dresden keeps climbing up the standings and they now own a 9-4-1-0 record on the year, good for 4th in the West Stobbs Division.

The Kings are only one point behind both Essex and Mooretown, who are tied for second in the league.

Dresden will travel to Essex on Halloween night, before hosting Wheatley on Friday and traveling to Lakeshore on Sunday.

Lakeshore blanks Wallaceburg

The Wallaceburg Lakers continue to struggle.

The first place Lakeshore Canadiens topped the Lakers 5-0 on Friday, October 27.

The Canadiens outshot Wallaceburg 49-14.

Patrick Timpany made 44 saves in a losing effort.

Wallacbeurg is last place in the league with 1-12-0-0 record on the season.

The team has lost 10 straight games.

The Lakers will host Wheatley on Wednesday, November 1.

Scotiabank NHL Alumni Benefit Tour 2017 in support of Special Olympics Ontario

Last week Chatham-Kent Police Service Chief Gary Conn, along with East Kent Coun. David VanDamme had the honour of dropping the puck at center ice with Special Olympic athletes, Colan Howling, Chad Peterson and flag bearer, John Krahn.

And let’s not forget, the always gracious Mr. Walter Gretzky.

The Scotiabank NHL Alumni Benefit Tour gave Chatham-Kent hockey fans a unique experience and an evening to remember that showcased top shelf skills, on ice pranks and old fashioned hockey nostalgia.

This evening provided something for fans of all ages and gave us all an exciting opportunity to see a lighter side of these hockey greats play against CKPS officers while raising $10,000 for a great cause

Here are some photos submitted form the event:

– Submitted photos