Archives for: January 2008
The top team in the OHL Eastern Conference came into Sarnia Thursday night an appeared to have the game in-control, but then the home team found their game just in time to get the victory.
Let me preface this posting by saying, I'm not a genius.
The mere fact I make my living as a lowly OHL reporter should be proof enough I'm not the brightest bulb in the box. But I know when something ain't quite right.
The OHL has announced that tonight’s game in Owen Sound between the Attack and the Peterborough Petes has been postponed due to poor weather conditions. A rescheduled date for the game will be announced in the near future.
The 2008 NHL All-Star Game is in the books. Here are just some random thoughts that have sprung into my wee little brain.
For the first time since the end of October, Oshawa Generals forward Brett MacLean has been held pointless. It appears a certain team has his number.
While Terry is out hobnobbing with millionaire NHLers and living the high life in the Phillips Arena press box, I was out freezing my assets off at Canlan Ice Sports on the campus of York U on Saturday.
The eyes of the NHL hockey world are on Atlanta, Georgia for the 2008 NHL All-Star Weekend. Tonight, it is the annual Youngstars Game and Skills Competition
I arrived in Atlanta this Saturday morning for NHL All-Star Festivities. But as I drove into Downtown towards Phillips Arena, I had to wonder whether I was in Georgia or VERY northern Canada.
The Ontario Hockey League has handed down its ruling following last Sunday's Oshawa/Sarnia end-of-game fiasco.
Most hotels now offer high-speed internet connection. But when it comes to the actual speed and quality of the connection, it's like a box of chocolates - you never know what you're going to get.
We were shocked to find out yesterday about the sudden passing of former Plymouth Whaler Jeff Phillips in an accident on Sunday. Our heartfelt condolences go out to his parents Jeff and Denise, brother Steve and the rest of the Phillips family.
Here's the visitation and funeral notice from the Whalers.
The way goals were going in to start the 2008 CHL Top Prospects Game, you'd think it might have been an All-Star Game afterall. The two teams tightened up, but it was the team coached by former Edmonton Oilers Grant Fuhr and Glenn Anderson that came away with the victory.
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