Tomahawks snap winless streak
The Johnstown Tomahawks had four different goal-scorers and goaltender Collin Brennan made 21 saves in a 4-2 victory over the Springfield Jr. Blues in front of 650 fans at the Nelson Center.
Sixth sellout crowd of season sees Tomahawks drop shootout
A couple trends continued for the Johnstown Tomahawks on Saturday night at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
Monsters drop Tomahawks in shootout
The Johnstown Tomahawks scored the game’s first two goals on Friday night at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
One Wild weekend at War Memorial
You wouldn’t think of teams separated by almost 2,500 miles of highway as intense rivals. In the case of the Wenatchee Wild and Johnstown Tomahawks, this weekend’s series served as a reunion of sorts.
Tomahawks succumb to wandering Wild
The Wenatchee Wild bused to Seattle and then took two different airplane flights before reaching Johnstown for Friday night’s NAHL game.
Wild coach Bliss Littler felt his West Division-leading team was outplayed by the Johnstown Tomahawks and even suggested his boys had an overall lackluster performance.
Wild night on tap for Tomahawks
The Wenatchee Wild will arrive at Cambria County War Memorial Arena tonight, just about six months later than what once had been expected.
The West Division-leading Wild will face the North Division fourth-place Johnstown Tomahawks at 7 p.m.
A year ago, Wild President Bill Stewart traveled across the country to visit Johnstown with hopes of moving the Wild’s NAHL franchise from Washington to Johnstown.
Goalie Truehl doesn’t crack for Tomahawks
Chris Truehl made 32 saves to lead the Johnstown Tomahawks to a 3-1 victory over the Janesville Jets on Saturday night in front of 1,142 fans at the Janesville Ice Arena.
Tomahawks fall short in extra period
The Johnstown Tomahawks came back to force overtime but fell to the Janesville Jets 4-3 in a shootout on Friday night before 884 fans at Janesville Ice Arena.
The Tomahawks have lost three in a row
(0-2-1) and face the Jets again at 7 tonight.
Steel Super: Legendary Ham looks at the big game
Super Bowl Sunday has evolved into an unofficial national holiday in the decades since Jack Ham and his Steel Curtain teammates played in Super Bowl IX.
Tomahawks surge to another early lead only to watch it crumble
The Johnstown Tomahawks closed a three-game home stand following a similar, disappointing pattern.
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