Fighting Falcons bounce Tomahawks
Nearly midway through Friday night’s NAHL game, the Johnstown Tomahawks appeared to be on track to a win – perhaps even a one-sided victory.
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Tomahawks hold off Fighting Falcons
The Johnstown Tomahawks used a quick start and a shutdown finish to hold off the Port Huron Fighting Falcons, 3-2, on Thursday night at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
NAHL honors Tomahawks’ Gylling
Cody Gylling is hitting his stride at the right time for the Johnstown Tomahawks.
Gylling, an 18-year-old left wing, has four goals and six points in his past three games for the NAHL North Division fourth-place Tomahawks.
Tomahawks get past Eagles in shootout
Three periods of regulation and an overtime session were not enough to settle matters as the Johnstown Tomahawks defeated the Soo Eagles in a shootout 5-4.
The shootout featured nine attempts between both teams. Soo got shootout goals from Sean Murphy and Michael Covach. Johnstown got shootout goals from Mitch Hall, Cody Gylling and Jordan Watt.
Eagles topple Tomahawks
The Johnstown Tomahawks scored a pair of second-period goals to take a lead, but first-place Soo netted three straight goals and the host Eagles won 5-2 on Friday night.
Jack Ham on Tomahawks: ‘I’m glad to be involved’
Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Fame linebacker Jack Ham is revered throughout western Pennsylvania and especially in his hometown of Johnstown for his role as part of the Steel Curtain defense.
Ham and his Steelers teammates won four Super Bowls and earned the label of a dynasty.
McCombs provides much-needed offense for Tomahawks
The Tomahawks had seen their share of pucks hit the post or bounce in the wrong direction by an inch or two this weekend.
Michigan's Gorsuch stymies ’Hawks
It might be easy to say the last-place Michigan Warriors have the Johnstown Tomahawks’ number this season.
Tomahawks salute local hockey history
The Johnstown Tomahawks will recognize the city’s professional and amateur hockey history this weekend at Cambria County War Memorial Arena.
The Michigan Warriors visit tonight and Saturday, with the latter date tabbed as Hockey Heritage Night.
“It’s mostly about celebrating over 70 years of hockey programs in Johnstown,” Tomahawks Director of Business Operations Jean Desrochers said of Saturday’s promotion.
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