Jason Marcoux


Jason Marcoux has been a sports writer and reporter for Review Magazine since 2001 after majoring in journalism at Central Michigan University. His first story for Review Magazine was a feature on local NBA basketball player Jason Richardson, who was playing his first NBA game at the Palace of Auburn Hills in the 2001-02 NBA season.

He has also covered High School football, basketball, Cross Country, Swimming, Baseball, and Hockey as a freelance journalist for The Saginaw News and Mlive.com.

Jason has been Review Magazine's lead beat writer for the Los Angeles Dodgers' single A affiliate the Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League since the 2010 season. He covered the Loons' 2016 MWL Championship.

 

He has also been Review Magazine's lead beat writer for the Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League since the 2009-10 season.

 

Jason was the lead beat writer covering the Continental Indoor Football League's Saginaw Sting from 2008 through the 2015 season. He would cover the Sting's back to back championships in 2011 (UIFL) and 2012 (CIFL).

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The Saginaw Spirit (8-13-2-2) managed to grab a valuable point on the road but ultimately suffered a 3-2 shootout loss to the Sarnia Sting (14-10-3-0) at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena in Sarnia, ON tonight.

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The Saginaw Spirit (8-13-2-1) came one step closer to getting out of last place behind backup goal tender Brendan Bonello, who earned his first career Ontario Hockey League victory with a 4-2 win over the Guelph Storm (9-14-2-1) in front of 2,243 fans at the Dow Event Center this afternoon.

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The banged up Saginaw Spirit (7-13-2-1) played a great game despite missing two key forwards to injuries while also running into a hot goal tender in a 4-1 loss to the Kitchener Rangers (16-8-0-1) at the Dow Event Center tonight.

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Saginaw Spirit General Manager Dave Drinkill announced the signing of free agent forward D.J. Busdeker from the Topeka Roadrunners of the North American Hockey League in an email from the team today.

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The Saginaw Spirit dropped a 5-3 decision to the Flint Firebirds on the road at the Dort Federal Event Center tonight. The Spirit now trail the Firebirds 2 games to 0 in the I-75 Divide Cup Series between the two rivals.

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The first fifteen games of the 2016-17 Ontario Hockey League season could not have started any worse for the Saginaw Spirit, averaging just 2.1 goals per game through those first 15 games with only two wins.

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The Saginaw Spirit (6-11-2-1) put together its best effort of the 2016-17 Ontario Hockey League season beating the first place Erie Otters (15-4-2-0) 8-3 in front of 4,142 fans at the Dow Event Center tonight.

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The Saginaw Spirit are finally starting to play like the team that was advertised prior to the start of the 2016-17 Ontario Hockey League season.

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Sometimes a slumping hockey team just needs that one game in familiar territory, against a familiar foe in order to turn all the negatives into positives and get back on track.

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Saginaw Spirit GM Dave Drinkill announced in an email from the team this afternoon that the Spirit have traded third year forward Tye Felhaber to the Ottawa 67's in exchange for future draft picks.

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The Saginaw Spirit (3-10-2-1) got a much needed 4-2 victory over the Barrie Colts (6-9-2-0) at the Dow Event Center tonight, however, the win may have come at a cost after Mitchell Stephens (second round pick Tampa Bay Lightning 2015 NHL draft) left the game following a knee-to-knee collision with Barrie right wing Adrian Carbonara at 16:907 of the third period.

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The Saginaw Spirit (2-10-2-1) welcome the Barrie Colts (6-8-2-0) for Military Appreciation Night at the Dow Event Center tonight.

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The Saginaw Spirit announced on Wednesday it will host the Windsor Spitfires for an OHL farewell to the Joe game set for 4 pm on Sunday Dec. 4 at Joe Louis Arena in Downtown Detroit.

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On paper, the Saginaw Spirit looked like the more dominant team but a non-existent power play was once again the difference in a 5-3 loss to the Niagara Ice Dogs at the Meridan Centre in St. Catherines, ON tonight.

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Saginaw Spirit captain Mitchell Stephens (a second round pick of the Tampa Bay Lightning in the 2015 NHL draft) and goal tender Evan Cormier (a fourth round pick of the New Jersey Devils in the 2016 NHL draft) have been chosen to represent the OHL at the 2016 CIBC Canada Russia Series.

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