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DEGRAZIA WINS THE TOPPERS PIZZA TOP PERFORMER AWARD FOR DECEMBER

Rayside Balfour Canadians forward Nicholas DeGrazia is December’s winner of the TOPPERS PIZZA TOP PERFORMER AWARD. DeGrazia, 18, leads the Rayside Balfour Canadians in scoring with 7 goals and 8 assists for 15 points in 10 games and currently ranks 7th overall in league scoring. The Thunder Bay native led the Canadians to two wins […]

TOPPERS PIZZA TOP PERFORMER AWARD FOR NOVEMBER

Rayside Balfour Canadians veteran junior goaltender DAVID BOWEN is November’s winner of the TOPPERS PIZZA TOP PERFORMER AWARD. Bowen sported a 1-3-1 win-loss-OT loss record along with a sparkling goals against average of 2.81 which ranks the Unionville native 4th in the NOJHL in the Top Goaltender category. Bowen began the 2020-21 NOJHL season with […]

Canadians Fall to Rock to Close Series

Photo Provided by Caleigh Fera of Sudbury Light Photography  The Rayside-Balfour Canadians dropped the 6th and final game of their first regular season series in Timmins Saturday night by a score of 4-1. Penalties proved costly as the Rock scored 3 of their 4 goals on the powerplay to put the game out of reach […]

Rayside Balfour Canadians announce their 50-50 CANADIANS CARE HOCKEY FUND

The Rayside Balfour Canadians Jr. A Hockey Club is pleased to announce the formation of a new community resource called:  CANADIANS CARE HOCKEY FUND.   This fund will help raise money for a number of amateur hockey-related causes including:  Financial assistance for player fees and protective equipment needs. To generate revenues for the fund, the Rayside […]

SKATERS EDGE RETURNS AS RAYSIDES OFFICAL TEAM PARTNER

The Rayside Balfour Canadians Jr. A Hockey Club are pleased to announce the return of SKATERS EDGE SOURCE FOR SPORTS as an official team partner!   As part of the deal, SKATERS EDGE SOURCE FOR SPORTS will receive permanent signage at the Chelmsford Arena again this season.  In addition, all 14 community arenas in Greater Sudbury will feature a SKATERS EDGE […]

TOPPERS PIZZA RETURNS AS A CORPORATE PARTNER OF THE JR. A CANADIANS

The Rayside Balfour Canadians Jr. A Hockey Club are pleased to announce the return of TOPPERS PIZZA as a team partner! Among an array of sponsorship benefits, the TOPPERS PIZZA logo is fixated into the ice at the Chelmsford Arena again this season. In addition, every community arena in Greater Sudbury will feature a TOPPERS […]

BELANGER CONSTRUCTION RETURNS AS A MAJOR CORPORATE PARTNER OF THE JR. A CANADIANS

The Rayside Balfour Canadians are pleased to welcome Ron Belanger & Belanger Construction back as a major corporate sponsor this season. Ron Belanger and his family and staff at Belanger Construction are strong supporters of the development of young people in our community through organizations like the Rayside Balfour Canadians. Over the years, Ron & […]

Tim Horton Smile Cookie Starts Today!

TODAY IS DAY 1 of Tim Hortons Smile Cookie week – September 14 – 20. The Rayside Balfour Canadians encourage you to purchase a freshly baked chocolate chunk Smile Cookie for $1, plus applicable taxes, and the Tim Hortons Restaurant Owners will donate the full $1 from each cookie sold back to a local charity […]

JUNIOR ‘A’ RAYSIDE BALFOUR CANADIANS ANNOUNCE NEW COACHING STAFF

The Rayside Balfour Canadians Jr. A hockey club is pleased to announce that they have finalized their coaching staff for the 2020-21 pending NOJHL season! Vagelli Sakellaris will take-over the Head Coaching reins while assistant coaches will be Bobby Chaumont and Jadran Beljo.  Sakellaris, 40, was a member of the NOJHL West Division Championship team […]

NOJHL: By the Numbers

SUDBURY, Ont. – Despite the premature end to the 2019-20 Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League campaign, teams and players contributed some solid statistics during the season. Here’s a look at some of them; By the Numbers: 0: As in goals allowed during a game. Timmins’ netminder Tyler Masternak did that eight times during the season […]