Friday night saw the Fury travel to Oakville to take on the Blades for a 7:30pm puck drop. This was the 2nd game of a 10 game road swing for the club. The Fury took home their second win of the season 5-3 and are now 2-0 to start the 2014-2015 season. Tyler Feaver got his second straight win in goal, Henry Thompson scored for his seond straight game, Jonathan O'Hara (goal and assist) and Jeremy Wu (goal and two assists) added their first goals of the season. To round out the scoring Scott Kirton and Jake Schultz both scored their first ever Jr. A goals tonight in the winning cause. Also finding the score sheet were Luke Keenan (1 assist), Mitchell Burghardt (1 assist), Mitch Emerson (1 assist) and Ryan Kirkup (2 assists). The Fury coaching staff named Jonathan O'Hara the Fury Sheriff of the Game and Ryan Kickup the Deputy of the Game! The Fury continue their road swing Tuesday night in Buffalo!
The Fury travelled to North York to take on the Rangers on Sunday September 7th at 3:00pm with the Fury taking home the 2 points with a 5-2 win. Tyler Feaver got the win in goal, Henry Thompson added a pair of goals and an assist. Matt Fischer and William Ward both added their first Jr. A goals while Mitch Emerson added the other Fury goal to go along with 2 assists. Also finding the game sheet were Ryan Kirkup (2 assists), Jeremy Wu (1 assist), Davis Kuksis (1 assist), Justin Brand (1 assist), Scott Kirton (1 assist) and Patrick McAuliffe (1 assist). Fury coaching staff named Tyler Feaver Fury Sheriff of the Game and Henry Thompson Deputy of the Game!
Highlights can be found here courtesy of Steve Mitchell: http://vimeo.com/105512906
The Fury took part in the Town of Whitby's Family Day on Saturday September 6th. The team took part with an on ice demonstration and were made available for autographs in the lobby as well!
The Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) today announced that the league, along with all 22 member clubs will dedicate the 2014-15 regular season opening weekend to the memory of Jaime Palm.
On July 30, tragedy struck the entire hockey community and hit particularly close to home locally. Fifteen year old Jaime Palm passed away suddenly and tragically in an accident near her hometown of Newmarket, Ontario and was taken from the world much too soon.
Jaime was a bright, beautiful, strong, athletic and caring young woman whose compassion had no limits. A friend and teammate to all, Jaime always gave 100% in everything she set her mind toward accomplishing.
Jaime's father, Rob Palm (pictured on right), is a long-time official within both the Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) and the OJHL, while her mother, Jacqui, is a long-serving official within Hockey Canada and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). The Palm family is truly the epitome of a "Hockey Family" and their loss is shared by the entire hockey community.
The OJHL will be dedicating the opening of the 2014-15 regular season to the memory of Jaime Palm and a moment of silence will be observed prior to each game this weekend out of respect to Jaime, her family and her friends.
Along with the moment of silence, all home teams will be accepting donations with 100% of the proceeds going to the Jaime Palm Athletic Scholarship Fund that has been set-up in her memory.
The Fury are currently looking for 1 more billet family for this season.
Interested families please contact:
Andrew Moore 905-259-2186
Adult season tickets $226
Senior season tickets $169.50
Free - Minor Hockey players in Jerseys
All New for the 2014-15 Season! WIN a new Van! One Lucky fan each game will get to 'Shoot for the Van' along with many other prizes!