Puck Drop560Alongside the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 340 Colour Guard, veteran Mike Hobson (Centre), who served in Afghanistan, dropped the ceremonial puck for the Crushers' Matt Smyth (L) and Winterhawks' Greg Thede, at the start of a game which honoured Canada's military verterans.

The Saugeen Shores Winterhawks improved their record to 6-1-0 with a hard-fought 3-1 win over the Shallow Lake Crushers on Remembrance Day.

The Winterhawks went all out in honour of our military veterans with a pre-game ceremony featuring the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 340 Colour Guard and a ceremonial puck drop by Mike Hobson who served in Afghanistan.

The home team wore special camouflage jerseys in recognition of the day which were auctioned off by Bruce Grey Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker to raise $6,350 for the local legion branch.

Former NHLer Theo Peckham scored his first of the season at 13:51 of the first period on a power play assisted by Bryan Kazarian and Alex Kuntz.

Trent Hawke widened the margin midway through the second as he showed great patience holding onto the puck before depositing it in the Crushers net.

Adam Little notched his first of the season jamming home a loose puck in a goal mouth scramble late in the second.

Blake Sinclair looked destined for the shutout until Devon Richardson scored on a power play with 28 seconds left in the game.

The Winterhawks outshot the Crushers 30-25 in the game which featured 60 minutes in penalties.

The Winterhawks head to Ripley on Saturday night, November 12 for a 7:30 meeting with the Wolves.

Shirts560Celebrating one of their three goals of the game, the Winterhawks, with their game being played on Novemeber 11, wore special camouflage jerseys, which were auctioned off by Bruce Grey Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker, raising $6,350 for the local Legion branch.

Peckham560Theo Peckham, a second away from opening the scoring in the first period as he lines up his shot on the Crushers net.

McHaig560Eyes still focused on the puck, James McHaig goes airborne for the Winterhawks.

Penner560Winterhawks' Alex Penner gets behind the Shallow Lake defence to put pressure on their goalie.

Goalie560Saugeen Shores Winterhawks Goalie Blake Sinclair deflects a Shallow Lake Crushers shot away from his net.

Hawke560Scorer of the Winterhawks' second goal, Trent Hawke releases another shot on net.