Six Nations teen scores first Ontario Hockey League goal with Hamilton Bulldogs

Brenden Anderson scored his first goal in the OHL to give the Bulldogs the one goal lead. (Hamilton Bulldogs photo)

By Sam Laskaris Writer Chances are Brenden Anderson will remember his final hockey game of 2021 for a very long time. That’s because the Six Nations teen scored his first Ontario Hockey League (OHL) goal, as a member of the Hamilton Bulldogs, on Dec. 30. Anderson’s historic marker came in the second period of the Bulldogs’s 7-2 loss against the visiting Erie Otters in a match held at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton. Anderson, an 18-year-old forward, has been primarily playing for the Brantford 99ers in the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) this season. But he has now also suited up for seven games with the Bulldogs in the higher-calibre OHL. Hamilton had acquired Anderson’s OHL playing rights in a trade with the Kitchener Rangers in October. Though he was…

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