The Glengarry News

Eastern Ontario

Red March 29

publisher Mar 24, 2021 - 3:50pm

With the number of COVID-19 cases increasing, the Eastern Ontario Health Unit jurisdiction will

return to Red zone status March 29, Medical Officer of Health Dr. Paul Roumeliotis has confirmed.

The move from Orange to Red is to be formally announced Friday.

Wild AAA major bantams look to close out playoff series tonight in Cardinal

sean Feb 28, 2017 - 1:45pm

The Eastern Ontario Wild major bantam 'AAA' hockey team, under head coach Frank Hincks, is leading its playoff series five points to one, and with a win tonight in Cardinal over the Upper Canada Cyclones, will advance to the next round.

The Wild prevailed 4-0 on Sunday afternoon in Alexandria to get themselves in this position.

Game time tonight is 7pm.

Should the series be extended, the next game is set for March 2, in Rockland, beginning at 8:15pm.

Shape of CCHL2 continues to develop

sean May 5, 2015 - 11:24am

The new league that is taking the place of the junior B EOJHL continues to take shape, with committee meetings scheduled for tomorrow evening in Ottawa, according to Rebels general manager Eric Fontaine.

The CCHL2, as it will be known, has yet to confirm the member clubs for its inaugural season, though its expected that Char-Lan and Alexandria will be among the 16 teams granted franchises.

The May 6 meeting will review recommendations of the different committees that have been identified, such as Hockey Operations, Constitution, and Finance.

The CCHL2 will be run under the auspices of the junior A CCHL, which has also taken over the operation of an expanded midget hockey league in Eastern Ontario.

Significant hockey decisions up for vote tonight

sean Apr 13, 2015 - 3:05pm

A pair of significant meetings are scheduled for tonight, with votes likely that could impact both junior and local minor hockey.

EOJHL (junior B) club representatives will meet to review the latest outline for the new CCHL2 league that will replace the current model. Groups have had to ante up a pile of cash to bid for franchises in the new league, with a decision of the successful teams expected to be announced soon, likely this week.

At minor council, a vote is expected on a proposal to expand the current midget 'AAA' hockey league to 12 teams, from its current eight, in order to line up with the 12 clubs that make up the CCHL. The plan also calls for the elimination of the minor midget division in 'AAA' hockey and will likely have trickle down effects on 'AA' and 'A' programs as well.