Archives for: December 2007
The Sarnia Sting have swept the London portion of their season series with the Knights, with the latest victory coming with big help from a player who did not even make the three star selections.
After a roller coaster first half of the season, the Sarnia Sting made a big splash to start the second half of the year.
A player who captured two OHL scoring titles earlier in this decade is finally set to make his NHL debut Sunday night.
After Canada's 4-3 loss against Sweden Saturday at the World Juniors, it could create quite a tie-breaker scenario to determine who gets the bye into the semi-final.
Here’s hoping your holiday was slightly more memorable than mine. After working both Christmas Day and Boxing Day, I was able to escape the clutches of the Star sports desk. It was OK though because this lowly OHL reporter was able to make some much needed holiday pay.
Brampton head coach Stan Butler has made the trip to Sarnia with the Battalion for tonight's game despite suffering from the flu.
A pair of quick stories for your Friday enjoyment.
A busy December 27th wraps up with the news that the Belleville Bulls have inked a highly-rated prospect.
The Kingston Frontenacs have inked one of their draft picks from the 2006 OHL Priority Selection.
Just to give everyone a quick heads up that I'm scheduled to appear on AM 640 Toronto this afternoon at 4:40pm on The Bill Watters Show to discuss this year's World Juniors.
I thought I did the smart thing and avoided doing any Boxing Day shopping (except online) because of the crazy lines, crazy parking lots, and crazy people. I ventured out today, same type of experience.
Another game, another shutout at the World Junior Hockey Championship for Team Canada. This time against a hot goalie and a tight checking Slovakian team.
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