Archives for: April 2007
After finally getting a chance to have a post-game meal, some sleep, a trip from Sudbury to Toronto to take care of some matters, and then back home - I now have a chance to reflect on an exciting 2007 OHL Eastern Conference Championship Series.
The Sudbury Wolves are headed to the OHL Championship Series for the first time in 31 years after knocking off the Belleville Bulls 4-3 Friday night at Sudbury Arena, giving the Wolves a six-game series victory. Oh, by the way, the game went triple overtime!
The Plymouth Whalers are the first team to stamp their ticket into the OHL Championship Series after beating the London Knights 4-1 Thursday night - capturing the Western Conference Final by the same margin.
The OHL has announced their all-rookie all-star team -- from today's press release.
The Cinderella Story of the 2007 OHL playoffs may not be ready for midnight to strike on their time at the ball just yet. The Sudbury Wolves now have a chance to move onto the OHL Final for the first time in 30 years.
SUDBURY, ON - The Sudbury Wolves found themselves in a virtual must-win situation on home-ice Monday night, and were able to pull off a 3-2 overtime victory. This left the OHL Eastern Conference Championship Series tied 2-2 heading to Game 5 Wednesday in Belleville.
SUDBURY, ON - The Sudbury Arena was fairly quiet this morning in preparation for Game Four of the OHL Eastern Conference Final. Most of the noise came from the cleaning staff, who used the morning to clean up from the previous night's game, rather than doing that right after last night's game.
The Saginaw Spirit announced today that they will not be renewing the contract of Head Coach/GM Bob Mancini.
Owen Sound defenceman Bob Sanguinetti signed with the New York Rangers along with forward Ryan Hollweg and fellow blueliner Tomas Pock.
SUDBURY, ON - After two periods of virtual on-ice chess, the Sudbury Wolves and Belleville Bulls provided an entertaining third period and overtime before the Bulls captured a 2-1 victory and took a 2-1 lead in the series.
SUDBURY, ON - It's a glorious Sunday in Sudbury, sunny and the temperature at about 20 degrees, perfect weather for a hockey game? We'll find out later on when 5,500-6,000 people jam into Sudbury Arena following a day of warm temperatures.
The Plymouth Whalers opened up a 2-0 lead in the OHL Western Conference Final Friday night with a 5-1 victory. Tom Sestito scored two goals while James Neal, Dan Collins and Jared Boll had singles. Sergei Kostitsyn replied for the Knights on the powerplay in the third period. The two teams head back to London for Game 3 Sunday night.
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