Ironmen make LNHL early statement

Six Nations Ironmen forward Steve LaForme gets ready to make that pivot play along the boards against the Jr. Hitmen. ( Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter The defending champs Six Nations Ironmen showed that once again they mean business! Striving to write another chapter in what has been a dominating run of LNHL success the Ironmen, who are looking to win their third straight Bantam ‘Championship ‘A’ title started off what is the 47th annual LNHL tournament by making a strong statement in what was a 10-1 win against the Aamjiwnaang Jr. Hitmen. “We’re playing to have fun, but also playing to win,” Ironmen Assistant captain Davin Bomberry, who had a goal said. “We were passing good and had some good shots on goal.” Returning to Mississauga’s Iceland Arena for the first time since celebrating last year what was another undefeated tournament run, which was capped off by that 6-1 championship…

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