Archives for: February 2008
The OHL announced the makeup dates for the Windsor Spitfires today.
In less than 24 hours the Sarnia beat a team they've had a good handle on this season, and then lost to a club that has had Sarnia's number all year.
The London Knights Alumni Association is looking for fellow former members of the Knights as they plan a major event this spring to honour retiring trainer Don Brankley.
Coming to terms with the sudden death of Mickey Renaud has been really difficult for everyone around the league the last few of days.
The OHL and the Windsor Spitfires today announced that the game scheduled for Sunday February 24 in Windsor involving the Oshawa Generals and the Spitfires has been postponed.
A few people have emailed me asking if I knew about making charitable donations on behalf of Mickey Renaud.
They often say the hockey world is a tight-knit group, and the sudden passing of Windsor Spitfires captain Mickey Renaud is just another example of that.
As expected, Thursday night's OHL game between the Windsor Spitfires and Plymouth Whalers has been postponed due to the death of Spitfires captain Mickey Renaud. The league has also announced that all players will wear an "18" on their helmet for the remainder of the season in honour of Renaud. The Spitfires will also wear a special crest on their jersey to honour their captain.
The Windsor Spitfires have announced the passing of captain Mickey Renaud. The 19-year-old collapsed at home this morning and was rushed to hospital, but lifesaving efforts were unsuccessful.
Erie Otters Director of Operations Ron Sertz has stepped down from the position. He will remain a minority owner with the club. He has been in the position since the franchise moved from Niagara Falls 12 years ago.
After last week's story on OHL referee Terry Hobor and the Majors teaming up to fight breast cancer, I received a nice email from Don Moon, who is the business manager of the Grande Prairie Storm of the Alberta Junior Hockey League.
It's difficult to type this through the tears, as the York Lions (nee Yeomen) were swept out of the OUA playoffs this afternoon by the mauve misery from Western Ontario.
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