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Troops' Amadio Named Most Sportsmanlike

April 22, 2016 - NORTH BAY, Ont. - Centre Mike Amadio of the North Bay Battalion is the winner of the William Hanley Trophy as the Ontario Hockey League's most sportsmanlike player for 2015-16, it was announced Friday. Amadio finished ninth in league scoring with 98 points from a franchise-record 50 goals and 48 assists while drawing 40 penalty minutes in 68 games. The Sault Ste. Marie native is the third member of the Battalion to win the award, after Wojtek Wolski in 2005-06 and Cody Hodgson in 2008-09. "I'm very happy to be named th... Full Story

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Season's End the Last for Brampton Veterans

April 19, 2016 - NORTH BAY, Ont. - Mathew Santos lingered long, but Jake Smith was the last member of the North Bay Battalion who played in Brampton to leave the ice after the team's Ontario Hockey League playoff elimination Thursday night. There will be no more. Goaltender Smith, right winger Santos, centre Mike Amadio and defenceman Kyle Wood all made their debuts in 2012-13, the Battalion's last of 15 seasons in Brampton before relocation to North Bay. Amadio and Wood were chosen in the second and third rounds respectively of the... Full Story

Defender Dineen Makes All-Rookie Team

April 18, 2016 - NORTH BAY, Ont. - Defenceman Cam Dineen of the North Bay Battalion has been voted to the Ontario Hockey League's All-Rookie First Team, it was announced Monday. Dineen, a Toms River, N.J., resident, led rookie defencemen in scoring with 13 goals and 46 assists for 59 points in 68 games. He was second in overall rearguard scoring to Rasmus Andersson of the Barrie Colts and second in overall rookie scoring to left winger Alexander Nylander of the Mississauga Steelheads, who was announced as winner of the Emms Family Awar... Full Story

'Disappointing' Finale Ends Battalion Season

April 15, 2016 - NORTH BAY, Ont. - The North Bay Battalion put together a solid season in an ostensible rebuilding year, but the bottom fell out in the final game, a 6-0 loss Thursday night to the visiting Barrie Colts that completed an Ontario Hockey League second-round playoff sweep. "I'm really proud of the guys except for last night," a reflective Battalion coach Stan Butler said Friday. "I'm really disappointed in the game last night. I don't think (it makes a difference) whether it's 24 hours or 48 hours (later). "I just thought ... Full Story

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