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Dundas Readies To Re-New Rivalry
By Larry Robertson; Photo by Richard Zazulak

Don't miss out!  Friday night (October 13) is Harry Howell Hockey Night in Flamborough!

That night the Dundas Real McCoys will play their first ever Allan Cup Hockey pre-season game when they take on the Hamilton Steelhawks at 8 p.m. in the Harry Howell Arena.

The Harry Howell Arena is situated at Clappison's Corners on Highway 5 and Highway 6 in Flamborough.  Game day tickets are $5 each, with children under 12 admitted free of charge.

That night hockey fans will have an opportunity to watch the 2017-18 McCoy prospects in action as well as several of the new and returning players.  The lineup will feature ACH allstar goaltender Mike Mole, team captain and former scoring champion Cam Watson, ACH best defenceman, Simon Mangos, 2016-17 ACH Rookie of the Year, Ben Skinner, Tyler Turcotte, Jordan Foreman, the Brewer brothers, Dan and Phil, and goalkeeper David Shantz.

Training Camp
The McCoys training camp continues throughout the month of October, and it open to the public each Tuesday (10 p.m.) and Friday night (8 p.m.) in the Howell Arena.  Dundas will open its regular season on Friday, October 20th at 7:30 p.m. when they will play the Steelhawks in Hamilton's Dave Andreychuk Mountain Arena.

For the 2017-18, the ACH has adopted a 17-player roster limit for all games.  The ACH executive believe that the reduction in roster size would provide first-line players more opportunities on the ice, and provide the fans with a better game experience.

Season Tickets
2017-18 Allan Cup Hockey season tickets are available through the new Com/Choice Realty's location at 44 York Road in Dundas.  Season tickets are $125 and there are several prizes available to be won including a featured prize, an autographed Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs jersey.

Friday night is the Real McCoy
By Larry Robertson

DUNDAS - Dundas Real McCoys are on the ice and raring to go!

Friday (October 13th), the McCoys will play host to the Hamilton Steelhawks in its first Allan Cup Hockey pre-season game.  Both clubs are eager to begin the season, and view this match as a chance to iron-out some of the kinks both clubs may have.

"The Real McCoys are pleased to be hosting the Hamilton Steelhawks on Friday, October 13th.  The game will give us a chance to look at some of our new talent, and to test drive the Harry Howell Arena for the coming season," said McCoys President and General Manager, Don Robertson.

Tickets for the game will be $5 each, with kids under 12 admitted free of charge.  The Harry Howell Arena is situated at Clappison's Corners on Highway 5 and Highway 6 in Flamborough.

"We are very happy with our camp thus far.  We have young guys showing off their speed and skill, while our veterans are getting back into game shape.  We will play our first three games on the road, so a strong start will be very important this year.  We need to get off on the right track, right off the start," said Coach Ron Bernacci.

The McCoys training camp continues throughout the month of October, and is open to the public each Tuesday (10 p.m.), and Friday night (8 p.m.) in the Howell Arena.  Dundas will open its regular season on Friday, October 20th at 7:30 p.m. when they will play the Steelhaws in Hamilton's Dave Andreychuk Mountain Arena.

For the 2017-18 season, the ACH has adopted a 17-player roster limit for all games.  The ACH executive believe that the reduction in roster size would provide first-line players more opportunities on the ice, and provide the fans with a better game experience.

2017-18 Allan Cup Hockey season tickets are available through the new Com/Choice Realty's location at 44 York Road in Dundas.  Season tickets are $125 and there are several prizes available to be won including a featured prize, an autographed Austin Mathews, Toronto Maple Leafs jersey.

Real McCoys returning to their roots
By Larry Robertson
DUNDAS—Dundas Real McCoys are going back to their roots for the 2017-18 Allan Cup Hockey season.

 With renovations to JL Grightmire Arena taking place this season the Real McCoys essentially are going home…to Flamborough.  The 1970s witnessed the birth of the Rockton Real McCoys, a team which won multiple Ontario Hockey Association championships at the Intermediate level before making the move to the Senior AAA category, where it found success as the Flamborough Real McCoys.  In 1987, the franchise became Allan Cup Trophy champions as the Flamborough-Brantford Motts Clamatoes

 This season, the McCoys will call the fabulous Harry Howell Arena situated at Clappison’s Corners on Highway 5 and Highway 6 in Flamborough. The arena named in honour of former New York Rangers allstar and Hockey Hall of Fame defenceman Harry Howell will accommodate more than 1,000 spectators including standing room.

 “With our new home being just a 10-minute drive from the Grightmire, it will be handy for our present fans and make us available to thousands of both new and current fans,” said Dundas President and General Manager, Don Robertson.  “Helping to make the move go smoothly were both local Councillors Arlene Vanderbeek and Judi Partridge.  We, as an organization, are grateful that the Real McCoys tradition will continue including our charity games, which are held on many nights. Our traditional Friday night games will remain; however, there will be a new start time of 8:00 p.m.”

 “This is going to be a huge undertaking for our executive to adjust to, but everything will work out just fine.  They are up for the challenge,” said Robertson. “As a Flamborough native, I’m excited to be going back to where we won so many titles.  I am also pleased with the response by our current sponsors and the reception we have received in Flamborough.”

 Many of its special nights from past seasons will continue for Breast Cancer Awareness, the Bob Kemp Hospice, the CHML Teddy Bear Toss, the Real McCoys Food Drive, and Flamborough-Dundas Minor Hockey Night.

 “To be playing out of the Harry Howell Arena is wonderful; Harry is a former Carlisle resident, a friend and Hockey Hall of Fame member.  What a privilege this will be for us,” added Robertson.  

 He said the hockey club is happy that many of the key players are returning this year, such as ACH allstar goaltender Mike Mole and former League scoring champion, and team captain Cam Watson.  The League’s best defenceman, Simon Mangos, Sheffield’s Jordan Foreman, and the 2016-17 ACH Rookie of the Year, Ben Skinner plus several others are coming back.

 “We will be announcing some great new additions to our lineup shortly who will have the privilege of playing for Ron Bernacci and his coaching staff. “  An example of the esteem with which the organization is held in the playing community, the McCoys have featured 18 former National Hockey League players since the team’s formation in 2000.

 

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