Reunited line helps Tomahawks snap losing skid
The Johnstown Tomahawks played some of their best hockey during a nine-game stretch of schedule that rolled through November and the first half of December.
Schafer relishes role on hometown team
Corey Schafer grew up in Westmont and regularly attended Johnstown Chiefs games.
Tough luck continues for Tomahawks
Port Huron’s game-clinching goal epitomized the run of tough luck the Johnstown Tomahawks have encountered the past two weeks.
Reinholz reunited with Hall after trade
The hockey season took on a familiar tone for Brandon Reinholz and Mitch Hall this week.
Tomahawks lose in SO for third time in five games
The Johnstown Tomahawks have been working overtime, but the NAHL team hasn’t had many big pay days after the extra sessions.
Johnstown acquires Westmont’s Schafer in trade
Corey Schafer’s flight was scheduled to arrive in Pittsburgh sometime Friday night, probably during the second period of the Johnstown Tomahawks home game against Port Huron.
Tomahawks trade for local player
The Johnstown Tomahawks should have a bit more of a local look to them this weekend.
Charity classic canceled
In what has to be some of the worst timing to hit a diehard hockey town that’s seen its share of disappointments on the ice, the end of the National Hockey League's lockout will prevent holders of tickets to the Johnstown Tomahowks Charity Classic from walking through the turnstiles at Cambria County War Memorial Arena tonight.
Hockey fans upset with cancellation of Charity Classic
Fans who spoke to The Tribune-Democrat had mixed reactions upon learning of the Johnstown Tomahawks Charity Classic’s cancellation on Tuesday afternoon.
Tomahawks swept in three-game series
Four Michigan players provided a goal and an assist as the Michigan Warriors defeated the Johnstown Tomahawks 8-1 on Sunday afternoon at the Perani Arena and Event Centre in Flint, Mich.
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