Dryden GM Ice Dogs

Ice Dogs add Siebenga

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs continue to add to their deep roster. The team has announced that following a successful main camp, they have acquired forward Jacob Siebenga. “Jacob adds another layer of…

Ice Dogs’ training camp underway

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are gearing up for the 2018-2019 season. Training camp began yesterday at the Dryden Memorial Arena, and will wrap up with an intra-squad game tomorrow afternoon. The team is…

Jay commits to Williston State

The opportunities continue to roll in for the Dryden GM Ice Dogs’ graduating players. Brendan Jay has announced that he will join the Williston State College hockey program. The 6'3" blueliner from…

Oliphant resigns as V.P

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs have announced that Vice-President Colleen Oliphant has resigned. President of the GM Ice Dogs, Mike Sveinson says Oliphant has made an impact on not only the organization, but…

Knott and Dennis commit down south

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs have a longstanding history of providing opportunity for their graduating 20-year-old players with scholarships for the upcoming year. In keeping with this tradition, two of…

Walsten re-signs with Ice Dogs

Kurt Walsten has been re-signed as the Head Coach and General Manager for the Dryden GM Ice Dogs for a five-year deal. In the four years Walsten has been with the organization, he has led his team…

Coutre to Ice Dogs

The back to back SIJHL Bill Salonen Cup Champions, Dryden GM Ice Dogs, continue to be busy in the off-season signing new players for the 2018/19 season. The Dryden GM Ice Dogs have signed forward…

Ice Dogs acquire Carter Brown

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs have acquired Carter Brown of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League. The 20-year-old 6'5" 215lb defenseman has been added in hopes to replace speed and size on the blue…

Ice Dogs pair with Kiwanis Club of Dryden

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs have announced a new partnership with the Kiwanis Club of Dryden. The agreement will see both groups working together to support local Junior A Hockey Programs in Dryden. One…

Bracko commits to Concordia College

Jacen Bracko of the Dryden GM Ice Dogs is moving on to college hockey. The forward made the commitment to Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota and will play for the NCAA Div 3 Cobbers for the…

Ice Dogs AGM

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are already gearing up for next season. Their Annual General Meeting will take place Tuesday, May 29 at 6:00pm at the Holiday Inn Express in Dryden. The public is encouraged to…

Pavlisin named DHC Top Goaltender

The Dudley-Hewitt Cup has announced the award winners and Ice Dogs' Goalie Landon Pavlisin has received the award for Top Goaltender. He had a .932 save percentage, 138 saves and a 2.27 goals against…

Dogs fight to the end

It wasn’t the result that the Dryden GM Ice Dogs were looking for, but you can’t deny that the Dogs’ season was nothing short of spectacular. Two goals in the first two minutes of the final game in…

Dogs into DHC finals

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are into the finals of the Dudley-Hewitt Cup despite a 2-1 loss to the Thunder Bay North Stars last night. The Dogs, Stars and the Wellington Dukes ended the round-robin play…

Dogs into the semis

The GM Ice Dogs are 2-0 after goalie Landon Pavlisin got the shut out for Dryden in their 3-0 win over the Cochrane Crunch last night night in Day 2 of the Dudley-Hewitt Cup at the Dryden Memorial…

Ice Dogs take first game

Day one of the 2018 Dudley-Hewitt Cup is wrapped up and the Dryden GM Ice Dogs are off to a good start. Following the opening ceremonies, the Dogs took to the ice against the Wellington Dukes where…

Dudley-Hewitt underway

The 2018 Dudley-Hewitt Cup is finally underway. The Central Canadian Junior A Championships began yesterday, with a tailgate party hosted by the Royal Bank of Canada, the Cochrane Crunch faced off…

Dudley-Hewitt Cup starts today

The Dudley-Hewitt Cup gets underway today. Dryden and the GM Ice Dogs are playing host to the Central Canadian Junior “A” Championships this week, welcoming teams from the Ontario, Northern Ontario…

Dogs tour with Bill

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are showing off their hardware. Following their recent 4 – 2 series win against the Thunder Bay North Stars in the Superior International Junior Hockey League playoffs, the…

Ice Dogs keep Bill home

The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are Bill Salonen Cup champions for the second consecutive year. They took the Superior International Junior Hockey league playoff final 3-2 in Game 6 of the best-of-seven…

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