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Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds

  • Year of foundation: 1962
  • Colours: Red, white, silver, black
  • Club status: active
  • Address: 269 Queen Street East
    Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada
    P6A 1Y9
  • Phone: +1 705.253.5976
  • Fax: +1 705.945.9458
  • Email: info@soogreyhounds.com
  • WWW: Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds

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All time leagues: Ligue Magnus | NOBHL | OHA | OHL


Season 2015-2016

Club teams

This club in 2015-2016: OHL

Current rosterseason 2015-2016
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GBrandon Halverson29.03.1996193 cm82 kgright
GJoseph Raaymakers17.03.1998183 cm81 kgleft
DGustav Bouramman24.01.1997181 cm79 kgright
DAnthony Demeo16.06.1999185 cm84 kgleft
DMac Hollowell26.09.1998173 cm64 kgright
DTyler Hore25.10.1995190 cm83 kgright
DMédric Mercier17.10.1996188 cm88 kgleft
DConor Timmins18.09.1998183 cm82 kgright
DColton White03.05.1997185 cm84 kgleft
D/FTheodore Calvas06.08.1998191 cm88 kgleft
CMorgan Frost14.05.1999178 cm68 kgleft
LWTimmy Gettinger14.04.1998191 cm85 kgN/A
RWKeigan Goetz07.09.1996185 cm86 kgright
FGabe Guertler03.05.1995176 cm77 kgN/A
CLiam Hawel18.04.1999188 cm69 kgright
LWBoris Katchouk18.06.1998180 cm77 kgleft
LWJack Kopacka05.03.1998184 cm76 kgleft
LWBobby MacIntyre08.09.1996177 cm80 kgleft
CJared McCann31.05.1996183 cm79 kgleft
RWZachary Senyshyn30.03.1997185 cm88 kgright
CBlake Speers02.01.1997180 cm84 kgright
FMakar Tokarev02.01.1998- cm- kgN/A
CHayden Verbeek17.10.1997178 cm69 kgright
RWBryce Yetman21.02.1997183 cm67 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Drew Bannister09.04.1974Head Coach
Kyle Raftis28.05.1986GM
Donald MacLean14.01.1977Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

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Retired numbers
# 1 - John Vanbiesbrouck
# 4 - Craig Hartsburg
# 10 - Ron Francis
# 99 - Wayne Gretzky
# 5 - Adam Foote

The first Greyhounds team formed in 1919, playing in the now defunct Upper-Peninsula League. The team's coach was George MacNamara. He suggested the team be called the Greyhounds since, "a greyhound is much faster than a wolf." That reference was to the already established rival club, the Sudbury Wolves.
A couple seasons later, the Greyhounds switched to the Northern Ontario Hockey Association Senior "A" division. The team won the Senior A championship in 1921, 1923, 1924 and 1925. The 1924 Greyhounds also won the Allan Cup, the only team from Sault Ste. Marie to do so. In October 1925, the club received an offer from New York to play as the Knickerbockers in the Eastern Amateur Hockey League. The Greyhounds joined the Central Amateur Hockey Association, a division of the United States Amateur Hockey Association for the 1925-26 season. After the season, several players joined the professional ranks and the team folded. In 1929 a junior Greyhounds team was organized, competing in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The juniors won the league championship four consecutive years from 1928 to 1931, and a fifth title in 1942. Junior hockey in Sault Ste. Marie came to an abrupt end in 1945 when the Gouin Street Arena was destroyed by fire.
The senior Greyhounds team was revived in 1948. The new team played out of a temporary home at Pullar Stadium, in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, USA, until the Memorial Gardens opened in 1949. The senior Greyhounds won the NOHA championship four times in 1950, 1951, 1952 and 1955. This team folded, along with the league after the 1958-59 season.

The current Greyhounds Junior A franchise was founded in 1962 as a member of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. The Greyhounds played for ten seasons in the NOJHL. They were extremely successful, never having a losing season, and winning the league championship three times. In 1972, the Greyhounds entered the Ontario Hockey Association as a Major Junior A expansion team

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Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds participates in season 2015-2016: OHL


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