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The First Round of the 2016-2017 CWSHL Playoffs begins in Clarenville this weekend with games between the Clarenville Ford Caribous and the Kelly Ford Gander Flyers.
The first game is set for Friday night at 8 pm at the EastLink Events Centre. Both teams are expected to be charged to make sure they get off to a good start in the best of three weekend series.
The second game of the Playoff moves to Gander at the Steele Community Centre on Saturday,February 25th. Game time in Gander is 7:30pm.
A third game, if necessary, is set for Clarenville on Sunday evening,February 26th at 7:00 pm... [Full Story]
The Kelly Ford Gander Flyers are extremely pleased to announce on Saturday, February 25th we will honour one of the Flyers all-time greats as we retire the number of Ed Philpott.
Born and raised in Gander, Ed Philpott was a product of Gander's minor hockey system. He played on the Gander Junior Flyers and was called up to the Senior team in 1967-68 at age 16. That year he played left wing on a high scoring line with Leo Kane and centre Jacques Allard. Philpott helped the Flyers to their first Herder Memorial Championship in 1969. [Full Story]
The GrandFalls-Windsor Cataracts are currently selling tickets on their :Road to the Allan Cup" draw. 1st Prize is $10,000. 2nd Prize is $5,000. Draw date is April 7th, 2017. Tickets are $100 each. Only 300 printed. Available from any member of the Cataracts organization. [Full Story]
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The Central West Senior Hockey League's regular season has ended and teams will start the playoffs based on the current standings.
The Flyers will now play the Clarenville Caribous in a best of 2/3 series on the weekend of Feb 24th – 26th. The second game will be played at the Steele Community Centre on Feb 25th at 7:30 pm.
Please note the times for the ticket sales:
Holding seat patron sales will be on Tuesday, Feb 7 & 8 from 7 – 9 pm at the Steele Community Centre box office. [Full Story]
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CWSHL - February 1,2017.
Further to indication to the League last weekend by the Gander Flyers organization that “due to revenue this season having fallen well below budgeted figures which resulted in a cumulating serious financial situation for the team”, the League, HNL and all teams have agreed that the remaining three weekends of scheduled games will not be played. [Full Story]