Rivermen undefeated at Presidents Cup play

Six Nations Rivermen forward Tom Montour gets ready to throw that right hand during a Presidents Cup tussle against Native Sons. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports News So far, there is no denying that the Six Nations Rivermen are looking pretty dominant during Presidents Cup play. Showcasing some dominant goaltending from the duel of Chase Martin and Warren Hill, timely scoring and shut down defence the Rivermen began that Presidents Cup quest by defeating the Nova Scotia Privateers by a 20-4 score followed by a six goal performance from forward Alex ‘Kedoh’ Hill in what was a nail biting 11-9 win against Native Sons. “We’re just sticking to the game plan we used all year,” Rivermen veteran Rodd Squire, who had a four point performance (1 goal, 3 assist) against Nova Scotia said. “We have a deep team and we’re confident that we’ll win.” Following up on that dynamic seven point (2…

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