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MORAN MINING & TUNNELLING partners with the RAYSIDE BALFOUR CANADIANS!

The RAYSIDE BALFOUR CANADIANS JR. A HOCKEY CLUB are pleased to announce that MORAN MINING & TUNNELLING LTD have joined their corporate team as a major corporate partner this season. “We are very pleased to support the RAYSIDE BALFOUR CANADIANS hockey team this season” notes John Moran, President & CEO of MORAN MINING & TUNNELLING LTD.   “The Canadians provide […]

BROKERLINK INSURANCE partners with NTAAA and the RAYSIDE BALFOUR CANADIANS!

NORTHERN TRANSIT & ARENA ADVERTISING AGENCY (NTAAA) & the RAYSIDE BALFOUR CANADIANS JR. A HOCKEY CLUB are pleased to announce that BROKERLINK INSURANCE have signed-on with NTAAA to promote their insurance products and services throughout Northeastern Ontario. BROKERLINK INSURANCE’ brand will be featured in local community arenas in Sudbury in addition to Outdoor advertising benefits in the markets of […]

Rayside Acquires Owen Perala From Cochrane Crunch

The Rayside Balfour Canadians are excited to announce that we have acquired Owen Perala from Cochrane Crunch for the start of the impending 2020-21 season. The 18-year-old is a native of Nipigon, ON is a 6’4”, 195 lbs forward who just completed his second season in Cochrane where he compiled and impressive 21 goals and […]

Canadians Coach to Remain in Holland

The defending West Division Champion Rayside Balfour Canadians Jr. A hockey club have announced that two-year Head Coach Dan Cuomo has notified the Club that he will not be returning to the team for the upcoming 2020-21 NOJHL season.  The Levack native has decided to remain in his home country of Holland this year due […]

“SUPER MARIO” JERSEY GAME A HUGE SUCCESS FOR NOFCC

At the Rayside Balfour Canadians game against the Blind River Beavers on February 27th, 2020, over 500 fans attended the game played at the Chelmsford Arena and participated in bidding on player jerseys in the first-ever SUPER HERO JERSEY PROMOTION. Rayside Balfour Canadian players wore SUPER MARIO themed jerseys in support of the NOFCC. The […]

Winkler signs with RBC

CHELMSFORD, ON – On Tuesday Morning the Rayside-Balfour Canadians are proud to announce the signing of Right Winger Darcy Winkler (Waterloo, ON) from the Waterloo Wolves of the Alliance Pavillion Midget AAA hockey league in Southwestern Ontario. Last Season with the Waterloo Wolves Winkler had 18 goals and 22 assists in 35 games along with […]

Main Camp Announcement and Exhibition Games

The Rayside Balfour Jr. A Canadians will host their Main Camp on August 23rd to 25th 2016 at the Countryside Sports Complex in Sudbury, ON. The Main Camp is open to skaters born in 1996-2000.  Midget aged players 2000 & 1999 need to have a permission to skate form signed by their home minor hockey association. Any […]

Rest in Peace Sam Oden

On Tuesday Morning the Canadians tragically lost teammate and friend Sam Oden. Sam had a passion for hockey and was a respected by his teammates and coaches. Many teammates say they will miss his smile, laughter, happiness  he brought to the dressing room and will miss his snap shot that was a big piece of his […]

Press Conference August 2nd

The Rayside-Balfour Jr A. Canadians invite members of the community and hockey fans to a press conference on Tuesday August 2nd at 5:30 pm. Location of the press conference will be the RHP Training Centre on 1351 Kelly Lake Rd in the  South End of Sudbury. The press conference will have announcements regarding the 2016-17 hockey […]

Canadians hold tryout camp this weekend

By: Ben Leeson Sudbury Star They aren’t quite starting from scratch, but Rayside-Balfour Canadians head coach Darryl Moxam and associate coach/general manager Dave Clancy have an opportunity right away to put their stamp on the local NOJHL entry. With only half a dozen players expected back for 2016-17, newcomers may have a better chance than […]