Press release

Official Release: Bulldogs to host pre-season games in Dundas and Oakville

Hamilton Bulldogs’ Press Release
09/04/2013 1:48 PM –

HAMILTON, ONTARIO – Hamilton Bulldogs President Stephen Ostaszewicz announced today the hockey club’s three-game pre-season schedule.

The Hamilton Bulldogs will open the pre-season on Friday, September 27th at 7:30 p.m. when they will host the Toronto Marlies, AHL affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs, at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex in Oakville, Ontario.  On Saturday, September 28th, Hamilton and Toronto will wrap-up a home-and-home series when the Bulldogs visit the Marlies at Cobourg Community Centre in Cobourg, Ontario.


The Hamilton Bulldogs will close the pre-season on Thursday, October 3rd at 7:00 p.m. with a home game against the Utica Comets, AHL affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks, at the J.L. Grightmire Market Street Arena in Dundas, Ontario.

“These pre-season games in Dundas and Oakville give our organization an opportunity to reach out to these communities with an intimate experience of our on-ice product,” said ‘Dogs President Stephen Ostaszewicz.  “We’re also pleased to be able to work with the Oakville Blades Junior ‘A’ Hockey Club and the Dundas Minor Hockey Association as they use these exhibition games as fundraisers for their respective organizations.”

Tickets for the September 27th contest at Oakville’s Sixteen Mile Sports Complex (capacity 2,013) will go on sale for $20 plus HST on Friday, September 6th during the Oakville Blades vs. Milton Icehawks game.  Tickets will also be available after September 6th at Oakville Blades home games, online at and at Puckz Pub, located inside of Sixteen Mile Sports Complex.

Tickets for the October 3rd game at Dundas’ J.L. Grightmire Market Street Arena (capacity 1,500) are on sale now for $10 and can be purchased by calling 905-627-9026, emailing and at One Rebellion Clothing Company, located at 60 King Street West in Dundas.

By Kathy K

czechtacular (aka Kathy) is the former follower of a single team, whose interests still are and will always be number one in her book (she is the Managing Editor of All HABS, after all!) but making the jump to junior hockey in 2005 has resulted in, well, quite frankly, a mess that no one will ever be able to understand all at once. A former student of photography, history and communications, she has been to games of the NHL, AHL, QMJHL, CIS, LHJAAAQ, LNAH, and even the NWHL, and definitely doesn't intend on stopping there.