• TWO STARS AT ALL-STAR GAME The Northumberland Stars were proud to have two of our own at the 2019 GMHL All-Star Game in Ville-Marie, Quebec. It was an amazing event hosted by the Pirates, with first class accommodations and treatment from the town.
  • STARS EDGE RENEGADES ON ROAD The Northumberland Stars took a step in the right direction this weekend with a character 5:4 victory over the North York Renegades. Consistency has plagued the Stars lineup this season, but the organization is hoping that this past win is a sign of more to come.
  • DEDICATION AND COMMUNITY SPIRIT The Northumberland Stars dedicated last nights game against the Oshawa Riverkings to the Brighton Family who lost their home to a Fire last Monday evening. The Lance/Brackin/Seymor Family were in attendance for a Ceremonial Puck Drop
  • ANNOUNCE CANCER AWARENESS NIGHTS No ONE Fights Alone! The Northumberland Stars will be proudly be hosting Cancer Awareness Nights throughout the remainder of the 2018-19 season. The boys will wear lavender jerseys to support the Fighters, Admire the Survivors and Honor the Taken.
  • 2ND ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE The Northumberland Stars had a great time at the 2nd Annual Food Drive for the town of Colborne. The boys in green helped at the local Foodland, helping the kitchen staff. The Stars are also excited to be apart of the Christmas food drive taking place over the next two months.
  • TEAM DINNER AT LOCAL 'GOLDEN ROOSTER' The Northumberland Stars would like to give a huge 'THANK YOU' to The Golden Rooster Bar and Grill in Colborne. The Stars enjoyed a great team lunch from the local business. Great food, Great freinds, Great staff. Thank you from the Stars!
  • ROUGHED UP BY KINGSVILLE The Northumberland Stars had a tough match against the Kingsville Kings this weekend. The Kings were in town and walked out with the two points after a 10:2 victory. Despite the loss, the Stars showed well against the South leading Kings club.