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    4%
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    15%
  • Fury Replica Jersey
    58%
  • Fury Hat
    4%
  • Fury Soccer Ball
    19%

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  • TIGUINHO LEADS FURY TO OT VICTORY
    The Ontario Fury, Driven by Mark Christopher Chevrolet, rallied from an early three-goal deficit to defeat the Rochester Lancers 15-13 in overtime at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester, N.Y.The game was played under the Multiple Point Scoring system, allowing two points for a goal and three points for a long distance goal. The Fury outscored the Lancers, seven goals to six.Ontario’s team captain Tiguinho matched a team record with five goals in the game, the last two forcing overtime. He then s
  • ONTARIO OFFENSE FROZEN IN SYRACUSE
    The Ontario Fury, Driven by Mark Christopher Chevrolet, had their offense go as cold as the temperature in New York state Friday night, as they were outscored 9-1 by the Syracuse Silver Knights, and lost the game 18-2 under the Multi-Point Scoring system.The Multi-Point Scoring system is used by four teams in the Eastern Division, and calls for all goals to be scored as two points, with long distance shots counting as three points.The action got under way quickly as the Silver Knights scored 24
  • FURY STUMBLE IN SAN DIEGO, 7-2
    The Ontario Fury, Driven by Mark Christopher Chevrolet, opened its four-game road trip falling to their Pacific Division rivals, the San Diego Sockers, 7-2.After a scoreless first period, the Fury got on the board first as Israel Sesay took a loose ball and slotted it home past San Diego goaltender Chris Toth. But San Diego tied the game as Dan Antoniuk’s pass across the front of the goal bounced off a Fury defender and into the goal. Nick Perera scored the first of three goals on the night af
  • FURY SHORT OUT THE SURGE FOR FIRST WIN
    The Ontario Fury, Driven by Mark Christopher Chevrolet, matched its team record for goals in a single game as they dispatched the Sacramento Surge 12-7 to complete Military Appreciation Weekend.Ontario (1-1 overall) broke a 1-1 tie in the first quarter by scoring twice in 1:02, as Christian Saray and Luis Piffer found the back of the net. A fourth goal from Gerardo Guerrero gave Ontario a 4-2 lead after one. The Fury broke open the game early in the second quarter, as they scored three times in

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