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.
WRAP UP FRANCHISE RECORD SEASONThe Orangeville Americans have completed their most successful season since being formed in 2010. The Americans achieved an outstanding 25-15-2 record and have amassed 52 points. In the last game of the season, Orangeville dominated the Shelburne Red Wings 11-1 final.sc
DEFEATED 7:3 BY TORONTOThe Orangeville Americans were upset by the Toronto Attack yesterday evening at home. The Attack came out strong and took the game 7-3 final. Orangeville has just one game remaining on the 2013-14 regular season in what has been the club's best performance to date.
CLOSE LOSS TO RATTLERS
The Orangeville Americans jumped out to an early 3-2 lead in the first period over the defending Russell Cup Champion Bradford Rattlers. However, they could not hold on and eventually dropped the match 5-3 after a empty net goal.
ORANGEVILLE BEATS SHELBURNE IN OTThe Orangeville Americans had another busy three-games in three-nights this week. The squad underperformed, but managed to walk away two points. Orangeville is still sitting in the top seven in the GMHL standings with a record of 24-13-2.
STREAK SNAPPED IN OVERTIME BY ALLISTONThe red-hot Alliston Coyotes were in Orangeville yesterday evening. Coming into the game Alliston had won 15 of their last 16 games. Orangeville gave them everything they could handle, but fell in overtime with just 12 seconds remaining in the extra frame; 6-5 OT.