The Sarnia Sting Hockey Club, the Ontario Hockey League franchise that is celebrating its 25th year in the upcoming season, is partnering with Imperial, one of the nation’s most visible resource-based firms and a significant industry player in the Sting’s hometown.
Elizabeth Fry, an American solo swimmer from Connecticut, earned a second notch (Lake Huron) toward her goal of swimming all five Great Lakes with the weekend’s swim from Port Sanilac, Mich., coming ashore on the Port Franks, Ont., beach early Saturday afternoon.
For several weeks, every Wednesday night, more than 150 cyclists have been training/practising for this Sunday’s (August 5) Bluewater International Granfondo event.
We’re going to the second round. The Real Season continues onward.
The Sarnia Sting hosted the Windsor Spitfires in game five of their best of seven series Friday night, with the series all tied up at two games a piece.
It was a confident Sarnia Sting squad that went into game four of their OHL playoff with the Windsor Spitfires, Thursday night.
With the series tied at one game a piece the Sarnia Sting went into the WFCU Center to face the Windsor Spitfires and over 3,400 of their fans.
Over 3,600 screaming Sting fans had the Progressive Auto Sales Arena rocking, as the Sarnia Sting faced the Windsor Spitfires for game two of their playoff series.
The Sarnia Sting hosted the Windsor Spitfires for game one of the first round of the OHL playoffs on Friday night.
The Sarnia Sting played their last game of the regular season on Saturday night against the Owen Sound Attack.