Archives for: July 2007
The Owen Sound Attack have found their man to replace departed head coach Mike Stothers.
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There will be a different sound to games coming out of the OHL's West Division in 2007-08.
I debated posting about this Vancouver Sun editorial after it was emailed to me by a colleague. It was a tough decision.
On one hand, I think it’s important to realize that the feeble-minded are lurking among us. On the other hand, I wondered whether it’s wise to give their insular views additional attention.
Veteran Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds forward Andrew Desjardins has signed on to play in the Central Hockey League this fall.
Garrett Robinson not only missed most of a hockey season, but some think he's lucky to be alive. Now, he's hoping to resume his hockey career.
Well, in terms of what's going on with Michael Vick, Barry Bonds and the NBA gambling scandal -- the Staal brothers, Jordan and Eric spending the night in the drunk tank is pretty tame.
The Chicago Blackhawks wasted little time getting top pick Patrick Kane's name on a contract. Less than one month after the NHL Draft, he has signed on the dotted line.
The rivalry between the Saginaw Spirit and Plymouth Whalers has taken another twist. The Spirit have plucked Whalers Associate Coach/Assistant GM Todd Watson from Plymouth, and hired him as Saginaw's new bench boss.
Former OHL All-Star goaltender Ryan MacDonald is heading overseas. He has signed on with the Newcastle Vipers of Britain's Elite Ice Hockey League.
It’s Monday and it’s already been a busy week for me.
I wrote a story about Minnesota Twins pitcher Pat Neshek for today’s paper, and it was a harrowing experience.
Here is some Saturday OHL-related reading, including:
-A former OHL goalie joins the QMJHL champs
-IceDogs name a new assistant coach
-Former OHL Star on the move.
A group of OHL veterans, some who are eligible to return to the league as overagers, are taking their act to the nation's capital this fall to join Carleton's new hockey program.
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