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Over the course of a three game exhibition series in Waterloo, the Sudbury U18 AAA Wolves progressively got better and better.

No, this did not result in them hitting the win column.

But with Great North U18 League play three weeks away, coach Brian Dickinson has both reason for optimism and a much better handle on exactly where he and his staff should focus their early season efforts.

Saturday morning action would see the host Waterloo Wolves stop the northern crew 5-1 as Carter Drigo found the back of the net for the locals, with Benoit Hogue and FĂ©lix St Onge drawing assists.

Still not much in the way of Sudbury scoring in game number two as the Markham Majors pot an empty-net goal to complete a 3-1 victory over the Wolves, with Corey Lacroix accounting for the second goal of the weekend for the GNML reps.

With an evening's rest to reset, the SMHA squad dropped a hard fought 4-3 decision to the Niagara North Stars as Jackson Culin, Benoit Hogue and Carter Drigo all found their way to the scoresheet in a losing cause.

The U18 AAA Wolves will now look ahead to the weekend of September 29th to October 1st, facing the New Liskeard Cubs on Friday, the Kapuskasing Flyers on Saturday and the Timmins Majors on Sunday afternoon.

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