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Thu, October 14, 2021, 11:05pm
Don't miss this amazing event with Sudbury Wolves at Peterborough Petes on Oct 14, 2021 7:05pm. Grab your tickets now!
The Peterborough Petes are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. The team has played at the Peterborough Memorial Centre in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, since 1956, and is the oldest continuously operating team in the league.
The Sudbury Wolves are an OHL ice hockey team based in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Sudbury has had a hockey team known as the "Wolves" nearly every year since World War I. The Sudbury Wolves, the senior men's AAA team, have twice been chosen to be Canada's representatives at the Ice Hockey World Championships. They were Canada's team at both the 1938 and 1949 World Ice Hockey Championships, winning the World Championship title for Canada in 1938, and the silver medal in 1949.
OHL Nov. 6, 1992 ?,SUD v Geordie Kinnear,PET Sudbury Wolves Peterborough Petes
Sudbury Saturday Night at the Memorial Centre
NHL Apr. 11, 1993 Sudbury Wolves v Peterborough Petes (melee) Barrie Moore v Cory Stillman
OHL Nov. 6, 1992 Gary Coupal,SUD v Matt Johnson,PET Sudbury Wolves Peterborough Petes
OHL Sudbury Wolves at Peterborough Petes
OHL Nov. 22, 1992 Gary Coupal,SUD v Matt Johnson,PET Sudbury Wolves Peterborough Petes
OHL Peterborough Petes 0 at Sudbury Wolves 4
Peterborough Petes vs Sudbury Wolves October 10, 2013
Peterborough Petes lose to Wolves in Sudbury
No doubt the Peterborough Petes are going to have to cut down on their goals against. Two games into the 2021-22 season they’ve surrendered 13 goals after falling 6-3 to the Sudbury Wolves on Friday night at Sudbury Community Arena.
Peterborough Petes ready to welcome fans at full capacity
Opening night on Thursday will see the debut of new scoreboard plus a ceremony honouring the efforts of front-line workers during the COVID-19
Wolves defeat Petes in season home opener
The Sudbury Wolves started and ended their season home opener Friday with a celebration. The 2019-20 Wolves team was honoured for their successful season by the raising of their Central Division Champions banner.
Wolves face off against Petes in home opener tonight
The new head coach of the Sudbury Wolves is eager for this team to face off against their Eastern Conference rivals, the Peterborough Petes, on Oct. 8. Craig Duncanson said it has been between 500 and 600 days since these young men have played a league-sanctioned game,
Wolves blueline chips in on offence in season-opening victory
Rossy, for sure, he had a couple of sifters from the blueline, so it’s nice to see him get on the board early and even the other guys, they’re getting shots through and we’re creating a lot of offence back there.