Mounties going old school with Throwback Mondays

Sports Oct 12, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

The Paris Mounties are going to be kicking it old school on Monday.

The local Provincial Junior Hockey League Doherty Division team has a busy few days ahead, playing three games in four days beginning Friday on the road in Woodstock against the Navy Vets. But on Saturday and Monday, the Mounties return home to take on the Ayr Centennials and Delhi Travellers. Both of those games are at 7:30 p.m.

While Saturday has been the Mounties regular home nights for the last several years, Oct. 16 is the first of four Monday night home games this season. And with Monday's being the old home night at the old Syl Apps Arena, the Mounties are celebrating the four nights, calling them Throwback Mondays.

To commemorate Throwback Mondays, the Mounties are charging only $2 for admission to these games, while kids 12- and-under are free.

On Friday, the Mounties are hoping to make it two wins in a row, after beating the Burford Bulldogs 7-2 Sunday on the road. Saturday, they dropped a 4-2 decision to the Navy Vets at home.

Brett Wilson and Matt Patton scored for the Mounties, while Lucas Psenicka, Austin Richardson, Warren Gorman and Justin Elms scored for the visitors.

ICE CHIPS: Before last weekend started, the Mounties swapped goalies with the Delhi Travellers. Sam Roy heads to Paris in exchange for Richard Little. Roy is from Brantford and played two games with the Travellers before the deal. He made his debut in the loss to the Navy Vets making 18 saves.

Mounties going old school with Throwback Mondays

PJHL team playing first of four home games on old home night and charging $2 to get in

Sports Oct 12, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

The Paris Mounties are going to be kicking it old school on Monday.

The local Provincial Junior Hockey League Doherty Division team has a busy few days ahead, playing three games in four days beginning Friday on the road in Woodstock against the Navy Vets. But on Saturday and Monday, the Mounties return home to take on the Ayr Centennials and Delhi Travellers. Both of those games are at 7:30 p.m.

While Saturday has been the Mounties regular home nights for the last several years, Oct. 16 is the first of four Monday night home games this season. And with Monday's being the old home night at the old Syl Apps Arena, the Mounties are celebrating the four nights, calling them Throwback Mondays.

To commemorate Throwback Mondays, the Mounties are charging only $2 for admission to these games, while kids 12- and-under are free.

On Friday, the Mounties are hoping to make it two wins in a row, after beating the Burford Bulldogs 7-2 Sunday on the road. Saturday, they dropped a 4-2 decision to the Navy Vets at home.

Brett Wilson and Matt Patton scored for the Mounties, while Lucas Psenicka, Austin Richardson, Warren Gorman and Justin Elms scored for the visitors.

ICE CHIPS: Before last weekend started, the Mounties swapped goalies with the Delhi Travellers. Sam Roy heads to Paris in exchange for Richard Little. Roy is from Brantford and played two games with the Travellers before the deal. He made his debut in the loss to the Navy Vets making 18 saves.

Mounties going old school with Throwback Mondays

PJHL team playing first of four home games on old home night and charging $2 to get in

Sports Oct 12, 2017 by Darryl Smart Brant News

The Paris Mounties are going to be kicking it old school on Monday.

The local Provincial Junior Hockey League Doherty Division team has a busy few days ahead, playing three games in four days beginning Friday on the road in Woodstock against the Navy Vets. But on Saturday and Monday, the Mounties return home to take on the Ayr Centennials and Delhi Travellers. Both of those games are at 7:30 p.m.

While Saturday has been the Mounties regular home nights for the last several years, Oct. 16 is the first of four Monday night home games this season. And with Monday's being the old home night at the old Syl Apps Arena, the Mounties are celebrating the four nights, calling them Throwback Mondays.

To commemorate Throwback Mondays, the Mounties are charging only $2 for admission to these games, while kids 12- and-under are free.

On Friday, the Mounties are hoping to make it two wins in a row, after beating the Burford Bulldogs 7-2 Sunday on the road. Saturday, they dropped a 4-2 decision to the Navy Vets at home.

Brett Wilson and Matt Patton scored for the Mounties, while Lucas Psenicka, Austin Richardson, Warren Gorman and Justin Elms scored for the visitors.

ICE CHIPS: Before last weekend started, the Mounties swapped goalies with the Delhi Travellers. Sam Roy heads to Paris in exchange for Richard Little. Roy is from Brantford and played two games with the Travellers before the deal. He made his debut in the loss to the Navy Vets making 18 saves.