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Rock deal Milne to Sugar Kings

The Timmins Rock have traded blue-liner Aidan Milne, shown here in action during an NOJHL game against the Hearst Lumberjacks at the McIntyre Arena on Dec. 15, to the Elmira Sugar Kings, of the GOJHL. He will be reunited with goalie Vance Meyer, who was dealt to the Sugar Kings in July. FILE PHOTO/THE DAILY […]

Rock welcome back Robitaille, Smith

Forward Riley Robitaille, shown here throwing the puck past Crunch defender Nick Belisle towards the front of the Cochrane net during an NOJHL game at the McIntyre Arena on Feb. 4, will be back in a Timmins Rock uniform for the 2020-21 campaign. The Timmins native has played 141 games in the NOJHL, all but […]

Kosurko back, Rock ink Caron

The Timmins Rock will welcome back forward Cameron Kosurko for his second season in the NOJHL. As a rookie in 2019-20, the Uxbridge native showed a great deal of promise at both end of the ice. Even though he was just 16 years old, coach Corey Beer entrusted him with a key checking assignment during […]

Schwindt back, Rock add Pigeon, Cadieux-Fredette

Timmins Rock forward Tyler Schwindt will be back in the maroon, gold and white for the 2020-21 NOJHL campaign. The New Hamburg native proved to be an effective penalty killer last season and also put up 15 goals — including five on the power play — and 30 points. THOMAS PERRY/THE DAILY PRESS/POSTMEDIA NETWORK The […]

Sullivan appointed interim GM of Arizona Coyotes

NOJHL Alumni and Timmins native Steve Sullivan has been appointed interim general manager of the Arizona Coyotes. He moves into that position after the Coyotes parted ways with John Chayka. The club released a blunt statement on Sunday regarding Chayka’s departure. “John Chayka has quit as the general manager and president of hockey operations of […]

Caron, Parnell headed to Europe

Former Timmins Rock forwards Phil Caron, left, and Stewart Parnell will be playing in Europe when the puck drops on the 2020-21 campaign. Caron, who still has a year of Junior ‘A’ eligibility left, will be joining Hällefors IK, of the Swedish Second Division, while Parnell will suit up with TuS Harsefeld, of the German […]

Rock’s 7-11 D pairing back on blue-line

Blue-liner Brendan Boyce, the No. 7 half of the Rock’s 7-11 D pairing, when he isn’t wearing his No. 29 third jersey, will be back in a Timmins uniform for the 2020-21 NOJHL season. The Cortice, Ont., native, who will be entering his second season with the maroon, gold and white, will be looking to […]

Masternak back, Rock ink McCarthy

Tyler Masternak’s assault on the NOJHL record book will continue once the 2020-21 campaign gets underway. Thomas Perry More from Thomas Perry At this point, however, records are secondary for the 2000-birth-year goaltender who established single-season marks for shutouts (eight) and goals against average (1.66) during the 2019-20 season and increased his NOJHL career-best shutout […]

Timmins deals Shier, Meyer

The Timmins Rock have traded blue-liner Owen Shier, shown here in action against the French River Rapids during an NOJHL game at the McIntyre Arena in January, to the OJHL’s Whitby Fury in exchange for cash considerations. After two seasons in a Rock uniform, Shier was seeking an opportunity to play closer to home in […]

Moreau, Dunford bolster Rock blue-line

As the Timmins Rock’s 2020-21 roster continues to take shape, the NOJHL squad has announced something old and something new for its blue-line. Thomas Perry More from Thomas Perry Something borrowed and something blue will have to wait, but Eric Moreau — now the elder statesman of the Rock D-men — will be back for […]