In the EOJHL St. Lawrence Division semifinal series between the Alexandria Glens and the Winchester Hawks, more will be on the line than a berth in the division finals.
North Dundas mayor Eric Duncan accepted the challenge of North Glengarry deputy mayor Jamie MacDonald. Their wager? The loser will have to wear the team jersey of the winner for a full council meeting.
You can check out the Twitter banter between the two by following @MayorDuncan and @deputymayor_ng
The series between the Glens and Hawks is scheduled to open Wednesday night in Alexandria. See the Feb. 18 edition of The Glengarry News for the full schedule and a playoff preview.
The rinks in Alexandria and Williamstown will both be hosting junior B hockey tonight as the regular season of EOJHL play wraps up. In Alexandria, the Glens are scheduled to host the Casselman Vikings, while in Williamstown, the Rebels will take on the Winchester Hawks. Both are 8pm starts.
If you need an extra hockey fix, Alexandria also has a minor midget rep game at 4:30pm, with the Glens hosting the NGS Braves.
The Char-Lan Rebels scored a 6-2 win over the Glens in Alexandria tonight, as the southerners battle to hold onto a playoff berth.
Tomorrow night the Rebs will be back on home ice to take on the Akwesasne Wolves, the team chasing Char-Lan for that final playoff spot.
Meanwhile, the Glens will skate Saturday night in Morrisburg.
The Alexandria Glens will be making a return to the EOJHL post-season this year, having clinched the spot with a win versus Akwesasne last Saturday. Read more in the Jan. 28 edition of The Glengarry News. Here's a tweet from the team's head coach, who recently joined the world of Twitter.
— Stephan Nadeau (@gillisglens) January 25, 2015