Wolves Coming to Owen Sound
Saturday, October 27, 2012 10:54 AMby
Former Attack Assistant Coach David Bell returns Saturday with the Wolves.
The Owen Sound Attack will conclude the month of October with a pair of Ontario Hockey League home games.
On Saturday night, the Attack will host Sudbury and on Sunday afternoon, Owen Sound will battle Windsor at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre.
The game Saturday night against the Wolves marks a return for the Sudbury coaching staff which includes Trent Cull and David Bell.
Cull was the first round draft pick of the Platers in 1989 and played in Owen Sound for a year and a half.
Bell is a graduate of Shallow Lake Minor Hockey who played for the Owen Sound Greys and later was a coach under Mike Stothers with the Attack.
Bell relates he wishes the Attack well in every game they play except the two against the Wolves.
Regarding the Wolves, Bell states the club is in the middle of a growth cycle and as a result, while competitive, they are still on an upward learning curve.
The strength of the Sudbury club is the blueline that features Justin Sefton, Charlie Dodero and Frankie Corrado.
While still junior aged, Bell admits you can draw parallels between the 3 Wolves defenders and the Owen Sound blueline when he was the Attack; a defence corps that featured Andrej Sekera, Theo Peckham and Bobby Sanguinetti.
Game time tonight for the Attack and Wolves is 7:30 PM at the Harry Lumley-Bayshore.
Owen Sound is coming off a 3-2 shootout loss in Kitchener while the Wolves come to Owen Sound after a big 7-2 victory over the Niagara Ice Dogs.
On Sunday at 2 PM, the Attack host Windsor at the Lumley-Bayshore.