Hawks breaking losing skid with Saturday night win

Hagersville Hawks forward Tycie Cowan races for the puck against Niagara. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Writer The Hagersville Hawks could do no wrong. Coming into Saturday night action on a two game losing skid the Hawks entertained the Hagersville Memorial Arena fanbase to some offensive fireworks as they opened the month of December with a 10-0 win against the Niagara River Hawks. “We stuck to the game plan, gave it all we had and the team who works the hardest always wins,” Hawks forward Tycie Cowan said. Cowan had a three point game (1 goal, 2 assists). “You never know what’s going to happen in hockey. We have to continue to play our game.” Hagersville had lost a 3-2 decision in Niagara just nine days earlier. This time around the team mustered 16 first period shots where they grabbed momentum with three…

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