House League Playoffs

Congratulations to our winning teams, players and coaches on a very successful exciting playoff weekend. Thanks also to all the staff and volunteers who made this possible.  Those from the U11, U13 and U15 group that won gold will continue on to play Super Weekend on April 9th and 10th weekend.  U11HL will be hosted…

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Congratulations to the U10AA on their NOHA League Playoff Win

The Andre Purcell Team North Bay Trappers U10AA Team capped off an incredible Nickel District League season with a spectacular finish to during their playdowns this weekend in Sudbury.   The format for the U10AA Division saw the top 4 teams from the regular season competing in Pool A, while the bottom teams competed for…

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Coach4Food Results

The results are in, congratulations to the following Teams who won a practice with the North Bay Battalion! Here are the winning teams with their combined food and donations totals into dollars: House League Winner – Trapper Trading Post Marten River Trappers – Andy Lyle, Head Coach: $2,368.70 Boys Rep Team Winner – North Bay Mesco Electronics…

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2018 Scotia Bank Tournament Champions!

The North Bay Promus Restoration Minor Atom AA Trappers went undefeated in Mississauga this past weekend. The team only allowed 2 goals against all tournament while scoring 28. Congratulations to the 2018 Scotia Bank Cup champions! Team is coached by Steve Smith, Rob Fiddler, Al Duchesne, and Jason Gervais. Players are: Owen Smith, Nate Gervais,…

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Trappers Silver Medalists at Early Bird Tournament

The North Bay Peewee A Trappers participated in the West Ferris Early Bird Tournament this past weekend and finished with a second place silver medal.  After losing their first two round robin games to the top two seeded teams from Burlington and Huntsville 3-0 and 7-0 respectively, the Trappers got things going in their third…

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10 Tips for Hockey Parents to Make an Impact

Creating a positive experience for all involved Parents can have a big impact on their young athletes. They have the best of intentions in mind and want to have their child succeed. Seeing their kids have fun on the ice and working hard developing new skills with teammates makes the cold hours in the rink…

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