The Spirit has obtained Myles Yearwood from the Kemptville 73’s of the CCHL. He’s expected to make his debut in Stouffville Saturday night. (Dauphin Kings photo)

The Stouffville Spirit is teaming up with the Whitchurch-Stouffville Food Bank to fight hunger this month.

At the Jr. A hockey team’s three games,  Dec. 9, 16 and 30:

  • Volunteers from the food bank will accept donations of food and cash.
  • All proceeds from in-game 50/50 draws will go to the food bank.

“We know how bleak the economic situation is for many people out there this year,” said Spirit Governor Kenny Burrows. “And we thank our local food bank for helping out so many of our neighbours facing tough times in the Stouffville area.”

Game time each night is 7:30.

The Spirit is proud of its work with area organizations, including: the Lions Club of Stouffville, Stouffville Terry Fox Run, Trillium Gift of Life Network, UHN Foundation, Hockey Gives Blood/Canadian Blood Services, Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund, Coats for Kids and the Kids First Fund/Whitchurch-Stouffville Minor Hockey Association.


Cobourg at Stouffville, Saturday, Dec. 9, 7:30

Stouffville at Wellington, Sunday, Dec. 10, 7:30

Stouffville at Markham, Friday, Dec. 15, 7:30

Lindsay at Stouffville, Saturday, Dec. 16, 7:30

All Spirit games are broadcast on FloHockey. Go to:  https://www.flohockey.tv/


Spirit 4 Pickering Panthers 3 OT, Nov. 30

Stouffville’s own Ryan Harvey scored at 2:28 of the first overtime period to complete the comeback for the Spirit, who trailed 3-1 in the second period. Zack Corte, Luke McSorley and Riley Pope had the other goals. Kyle Downey made 26 saves to record the win.

Haliburton County Huskies 2 Spirit 1, Dec. 3

Another one-goal loss for the Spirit, this time in Minden. Andoni Fimis tied the score at 1-1 with 4:09 left in regulation before the home team scored shorthanded 45 seconds later.


Spirit players took part in the Stouffville Santa Claus Parade Saturday night. Scott Burrows of Farmer Jack’s piloted the truck carrying the team along the Main Street route.


  • Myles Yearwood obtained from Kemptville 73’s, CCHL. The Toronto native began spent last year with the Dauphin of the Manitoba Jr. A league. Now 20, the 6-foot-2 forward split 2020-21 between Caledon’s Jr. A and B teams, 
  • Dom Battaglia to York Simcoe Express U18

Spirit This Week is sponsored by Farmer Jack’s in Stouffville and Sharon.