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Owen Sound Attack
Is a hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. Their mascot is a bear, a godless killing machine. Since the year 2000, they are a junior ice hockey in the Ontario Hockey League and are based in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.
Owen Sound History
Owen Sound, a peaceful, small, quiet city on the Georgian Bay in Ontario, may seem quiet, small, and peaceful at first. But the city is a giant pit of death, and their seemingly normal, nice citizens are not to be trusted...for this is a city which worships bears. We are not sure when or how this occurred, but the godless killing machines have the citizens of Owen Sound under their thrall.
Owen Sound OHL Franchise History
The Owen Sound OHL franchise was born when the Holody family moved the Guelph Platers to the city for the 1989-90 OHL season. The team kept the name of Owen Sound Platers.The Owen Sound Attack were born in the late summer of the year 2000 as a community-based OHL franchise. When the Holody Family decided to sell the Owen Sound Platers, buyers were sought from any city.Several local Owen Sound businessmen realized that an out-of-town buyer would mean losing the team to relocation. The most mentioned former OHL city was Cornwall, Ontario. This local business group banded together to purchase the team. After a bidding war and a summer-long legal battle with another suitor, the team remained in Owen Sound.
The ownership group chose for a name change and came up with the more modern sounding Owen Sound Attack. The 2004-2005 season was the best regular season in the OHL history of Owen Sound. General Manager Mike Futa was recognized by the OHL for his work in building the team with the OHL Executive of the Year award. The club also played host to the OHL All-Star Classic in 2005.
Owen Sound Style of Play
As you might expect from a team and a city which celebrates the godless killing machines, the Owen Sound Attack play dirty. They use their pitcher-sticks to trip the other team's players when the referee isn't looking. They steal picnic baskets. They sharpen their hockey skates extra sharp, so they can use them to straight up murder your ass. They are not to be trusted. You simply cannot turn your back on them. They cheat. They lie. They dive, just so players from a freedom loving team like the Saginaw Spirit can experience the harsh punishment of the penalty box. Sometimes, they even pay off the referee.
Arch-enemy of the Saginaw Spirit
The bears are fully aware that Stephen Colbert has a favorite hockey team, the Saginaw Spirit. If they could, the godless killing machines would kidnap Steagle Colbeagle the Eagle and shred the poor little guy limb from limb with their death claws and razor sharp teeth. The battle between the Owen Sound Attack and the Saginaw Spirit is truly a battle of good vs. evil.
Bear Uprising of 2012
The Owen Sound Attack are an elite force being trained by the bears to prepare for the Bear uprising of 2012 as a counterattack, as the bears have learned that one of the reasons why hockey and the NHL were invented was to train an elite force to stop the expected uprising. The bears are expecting that the hockey players on the side of good and evil will wipe each other out, allowing them to pour over the then-undefended Canadian-American border from Canada into the United States. Since the Boston Bruins of the NHL also have a bear as a mascot, it is suspected that they are being assembled for the same purpose.
The Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre received extensive renovations beginning in 2001. Private boxes and a restaurant were added, as well as upgrading the facility in general. The arena hosted the 2005 OHL All-Star Classic.