Thorold Athletics

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The Thorold Athletics are a senior-level ice hockey team based in Thorold, Ontario, Canada. The team is a member of the Allan Cup Hockey league of the Ontario Hockey Association.

The team began play in the 2015–16 season as an expansion team and plays at the Thorold Community Arenas. [1] After announcing a leave of absence in 2017, they have yet to return (as of the 2020-21 season.) [2]

SeasonGPWLOTLSOLPtsGFGAPIM
2015–162411112-32110115406
Playoffs 20162-2---51232

Source: pointstreak.com [3]

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References

  1. "Potrecz: Senior hockey back in Thorold". St Catharines Standard. Retrieved February 15, 2017.
  2. https://www.toronto.com/community-story/7558597-thorold-athletics-take-one-year-leave-from-ach/
  3. "Allan Cup Hockey". pointstreak.com. Retrieved February 15, 2017.