Christmas Trees Anyone?

unnamedThe Charleswood Hawks Christmas tree lot is up and running at the corner of Roblin Boulevard and Princeton Boulevard for all your festive greenery needs.  They have lots of gorgeous Balsam Fir and Fraser Fir to help get you into the yuletide spirit that are available for prices between $65-85. 


Charleswood Hawks Christmas Tree Lot at the Corner of Roblin and Princeton Boulevards

Charleswood Hawks Christmas Tree Lot at the Corner of Roblin and Princeton Boulevards

Make sure to pay Trevor and his crew a visit anytime during the below hours of operation:

   – Monday to Friday > 12:00pm to 9:00pm

   – Saturday > 10:00am to 9:00pm

   – Sunday > 10:00am to 7:00pm

Twins on Friday…Riels on Monday…

Your Charleswood Hawks look to continue their push for first place in the MMJHL with a set of games on Friday and Monday night this week. First on Friday they look to continue their dominance of the Fort Rouge/Fort Garry Twins this season with a 7:30pm start at the Coy. Last time these familiar foes faced the Hawks shutout the Twins 5-0 over at the Century Arena. Don’t let their record fool you folks, the 8th place Twins managed to knock off the Raiders last Friday and gave the Railers a run for their money on Sunday on the back of rookie goaltender Luke Zacharias.

On Monday, take our advice and skip the Patriots/Dolphins game…it is going to be a snoozer! Instead hop in the car and make the drive to St.Boniface to watch the Hawks take on the Riels at 7:30pm over at the Notre Dame Arena. Last time these two tangled on a Monday night the Hawks pulled it off in overtime with a 3-2 win. The Riels are strongly looking to get back in the win column, so expect a good battle between these two.


Hawks face Knights & Jets this Weekend

Your Charleswood Hawks are back in action this weekend with the customary Friday night/Sunday night arrangement. On Friday the Hawks travel to the NE corner of the city to face the struggling River East Royal Knights looking to extend their win streak to 3 games. The Red and Black haven’t lost this year to the Knights with 1-0 and 2-0 wins over them in their two October meetings. Not to be taken likely the Knights are coming off an overtime win on Tuesday in Morris over the Twisters and look to start turning their season around.

Sunday sees the Jets visit the comfortable confines of Eric Coy as two of the top teams in the league go to battle. Earlier this season the Hawks dropped a close overtime affair 3-2 in which Chase Faulkner broke the hearts of the home faithful just 1:06 into the extra period; however, the Hawks got their revenge on November 3rd on the strength of a Ryan Hall shutout to knock off the Jets 3-0. There is definitely no love lost between these in what should be a dandy of a game. The puck drops at 7:30pm both nights and with the days getting shorter for a few more weeks why not spend them watching some exciting MMJHL hockey!