Ex-hockey star declines Chiefs' charity
Galen Head appreciated the good intentions, but the former Johnstown Jets star has asked that the kindness be directed to someone else in need.
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- Chiefs suffer 2nd straight shutout The Johnstown Chiefs, for the second straight night, were defeated by a 4-0 score. On Sunday evening, it was the Elmira Jackals picking up the victory on their home ice.
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Somerset grad helps Cyclones roll past Chiefs
The Cincinnati Cyclones scored three second-period goals to break open a tie game and steamroll over the visiting Johnstown Chiefs 7-1 on Thursday night.
The North Division-leading Cyclones notched their 40th victory of the season against the league-worst Chiefs, who are playing out the string before the team moves to Greenville, S.C., next season.
Cincinnati outshot the Chiefs 20-2 in the decisive second period.
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Chiefs fall to visiting Nailers
Johnstown goaltender Kris Mayotte could only keep the Chiefs in the game for so long on Saturday night.
Wheeling peppered the home goalie with 47 shots in a 4-1 win at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
Johnstown fans treated to win on home ice
The Johnstown Chiefs finally gave their home fans something to cheer about Friday night, beating the Reading Royals 7-2 at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
The Chiefs overcame an early two-goal, first-period deficit with a good second period and a better third to earn the team’s seventh win on home ice.
“I didn’t know we knew how to open it up,” Chiefs coach Neil Smith said. “I think that was a combination of our guys working hard and not giving up and their side getting a little frustrated.”
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Chiefs suffer OT loss
This ending might have been almost unbelievable in any other season.
But this is a season in which what can go wrong will go wrong for the Johnstown Chiefs. So, nothing should surprise the team or the core base of fans that have stood by their guys despite the Chiefs’ impending move to Greenville, S.C.
Elmira’s 5-4 overtime win over the Chiefs included the Jackals’ game-tying goal with 49 seconds left in regulation and the game-winner on a rebound shot 46 seconds into overtime Sunday afternoon at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
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