AMERICANS OPEN SEASON 3-0 The Orangeville Americans have hit the ground running on the 2014-2015 campaign. After two victories over the Bradford Bulls in a home-and-home series, the American's defeated the Niagara Whalers yesterday evening in overtime.
ALS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE GMHL Officials are participating in the #IceBucketChallenge on September 10th 7:30 pm @ the Orangeville Americans home opening game @ Alder arena in support of ALS Canada. Come see the orangeville Americans hockey team dump ice buckets on the entire referee staff at center ice.
HUSSEY & EMOFF MAKE COLLEGE COMMITMENTSThe Orangeville Americans are proud to announce the following commitments:
Matt Emoff - Holy Cross (ACHA Hockey)
Matt was a '92 that came to us after taking a few years off of hockey. A product of the Orangeville Minor Hockey system and improved drastically while playing with the Americans.
2014/15 PLAYER SIGNINGS AND COACH FINES INTERVIEWThe Orangeville Americans have been hard at it this year building for the 2014-2015 season. So far they have travelled to Boston, Pittsburgh, Grand Rapids, Toronto, Niagara Falls and even Las Vegas in search for new recruits.
SEASON END MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENTAs the 2013-14 Orangeville American campaign comes to a close, the club would like to celebrate the most successful season to date. The club amassed the strongest record in their history, with players breaking individual scoring records and so much more.
SERIES TIED 1-1 VS ALLISTONThe Orangeville Americans and Alliston Coyotes are in the midst of one of the most competitive series Orangeville has ever had. The clubs are near-even matched with the series tied at 1-1. Orangeville took game one while Alliston bounced back yesterday to win game two.
PLAYOFFS ROUND 1: VS. ALLISTONThe Orangeville Americans will be taking on the expansion Alliston Coyotes in the first round of the 2013/14 Russell Cup Playoffs. Orangeville finished the season in eight while Alliston finished in seventh. The Coyotes record was 30-10-2 compared to the Americans 25-15-2 record.