Come Friday evening, the Superior International Junior Hockey League will be kick-starting its 11th season with a pair of games, including the home opener for the Fort Frances Lakers as they play host to the Thunder Bay North Stars.
With a new campaign set to get rolling, I figured it would be a good time to take a look and see how the other six teams in the league besides the Lakers have been faring in preparing their sides for another season.
So, without further ado, let’s get things started:
Dryden Ice Dogs
(34-20-2, 70 points (3rd place),