|CWSHL - Central West Senior A Hockey League|
Caribous vs Cataracts
[2018-02-25 :: 01:30pm] [Webcast]
Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium
The Cataracts fans are not used to the Cats not starting their annual playoff run at Home... Over the last several seasons the Cats have been the perennial dominant top finisher in the CWSHL.
But, this season the Cats are underdogs in the playoffs! After "almost" getting a split in Clarenville in the opening two games on the road, in this year's playoffs, the Cataracts have to regroup as the Semi-finals move "Home" to GFW for the next two games ,set for Sat/Sun Feb 24/25th. [Full Story]
Prior to Sunday afternoon’s Game 4 of the CWSHL Semi-Finals the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts will hold a very special ceremony to honour three important former members of the organization. Players James “Bucky” Hannaford and Cec Thomas will have their jersey’s retired and raised into the rafters at the Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium. Former player and key organizer Walt Davis will have a banner raised in the “Builder” category. The Cataracts organization would encourage all fans to come out Sunday afternoon and be part of this special celebration. [Full Story]
It all starts on Saturday night at the "Joe"- when the Cats return "Home" to begin their weekend 'two pack' of hockey - to even up their Semi-Final series with the Caribous!
After an overtime loss last Sunday, the Cataracts have re-grouped for a pivotal set of weekend games "at Home". All players are expected on deck with fans having their fingers crossed that our All Star "AJ" will be recovered enough from his hamstring strain to backstop the team. If, not, (with Jason Stone reported to be questionable), the Cats will look to young rookie call-up Noah Weir to step up. [Full Story]
The first five hundred(500) Cats fans attending the League Playoff game between the hometown Cats and visiting Caribous on Saturday, Feb. 24th at the "Joe", will receive a souvenir "GO CATS GO" sign... to cheer on the Cats at 'Home' in the 3rd Game of the best of 7 semi-finals series.
The Cats will be coming out pumped, after losing last Sunday's 2nd game in Clarenville in overtime,(the Bous tying the game in the finals seconds of the contest.
AJ Whiffen is reported to be much improved this week in making a final recovery from a 'hammy' strain. [Full Story]
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