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Bulldogs Season Schedule Revealed

The Ontario Hockey League and the Hamilton Bulldogs unveiled their 2021-22 season schedule Tuesday afternoon.

The schedule features a full slate of 68 games, mostly playing within the conference, and some intra-conference tilts against teams within the geographical region. Beginning October 8, the Bulldogs start their sixth season in Oshawa taking on their rival Generals. Hamilton returns to the Hammer the following night (October 9) to face the Barrie Colts at the FirstOntario Centre.

Another notable game to watch will be the return of School Day game, when the Bulldogs host the Mississauga Steelheads on March 3. The regular season concludes April 3 at home ice against the Peterborough Petes.

Season tickets are on sale now via Hamilton Bulldogs website. For more information on the schedule, go to the following link…. Bulldogs 2021 Schedule

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Niagara IceDogs 1 Hamilton Bulldogs 3

The Hamilton Bulldogs defeated their QEW rivals to the west in Niagara IceDogs 3-1. With the win, they are now 5-1 since Christmas break concluded, two out of three in their home stand this week. 

Offense

Hamilton Bulldogs offence continued to shoot the puck effectively, with another strong showing tonight. They were winning battles along the boards, and found ways to shoot the net when prompted the opportunity.  

Forwards and respective line mates Nikki Petti (2 goals) and Will Bitten (1 goal and 2 assists) did the damage for the home team. Their line mate Matt Luff also provided the insurance helper with three assists of his own, including two great passes near the net in the first period. Brandon Saigeon won the face off battle for the Bulldogs (11/15 on the face off wins).
Defense & Goaltending

Hamilton netminder Dawson Carty was very good tonight for the Bulldogs, as he saved 25 out of 26 shots, and made key saves during the third period. Defense did a good job as well, limiting Niagara to single digits in the shooting total, and was physical. They were very well in their discipline all game, made trip to the penalty box only once.
Special Teams

Hamilton Bulldogs power play unit had its best outing in many weeks, scoring two goals on five attempts. Likewise to the penalty kill unit as well, despite only killing off one IceDogs power play. 


The Hamilton Bulldogs travel to Sarnia next week  (Wednesday January 11) to start their mini road trip. They go to Oshawa on the Friday, with Ottawa at home on Saturday.