Archives for: August 2007
The CHL today announced the dates and sites for 2007 Canada/Russia Challenge. The six games will be spread out equally between the QMJHL, WHL and OHL.
Shawn Camp's name became noticed by many OHL fans when he was behind the bench of the 2004 OHL Champion Guelph Storm. Now he's headed back to The Royal City.
The past few days must have been a roller coaster ride for the coaching staff and management of the Kingston Frontenacs.
Things have been slightly busier for me recently... the Pappin-Stanley Cup story was quite a hit, so I’ve had to do a few radio interviews and write a couple follow up stories.
Former Mississauga IceDogs GM Ken Cook has signed on with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.
Thunder Bay native Mitch Maunu has decided that the next step in his hockey career will take him back to where it all started. He's signed to play at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay.
OHL referee Sean Reid is going to continue a busy 2007. After working the OHL Championship Series and the Memorial Cup final in Vancouver, he's headed to Russia for the upcoming Super Series.
The Peterborough Petes continue to juggle their roster, after moving a forward Wednesday they acquired a defenceman Thursday.
There’s a saying: truth is stranger than fiction.
I never really put much stock in that adage until last night, when I had to write a story about former Leaf Jim Pappin and his lost – and now found – Stanley Cup ring.
The Peterborough Petes have dealt former 3rd round pick Steve Lock to Plymouth for a conditional draft choice.
The end of August, and the final call of summer, is upon us.
Ultimately this means two things: OHL camps opening and the end of the wedding season.
Quite a few OHL stories today with training camp just around the corner. First up from the West:
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