Archives for: February 2008
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.
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.
The Kingston Memorial Centre saw its final Ontario Hockey League game Friday night when the Frontenacs beat the London Knights.
Fans and charities are going to be the big winner when two of the OHL's stars will go toe-to-toe in a shootout event.
Looking around at some of the reports from Sunday's OHL games, there are some people who may need to wear nametags from this point forward.
The Erie Otters had something to cheer about tonight...
Just when you think there isn't much more Steven Stamkos can do to impress - he finds something else in his bag of tricks.
The Ottawa 67's have announced that rookie defenceman Jon Carnevale will be out for a month after being diagnosed with mono. He joins the list of players who have missed time this year before of this. It especially made headlines in December when World Junior hopefuls Corey Emmerton and Nick Spaling were forced out of the Team Canada Selection Camp after diagnosis. Carnivale has 15 points this season for the 67's.
For the third year in a row, the Eastern Conference has captured the title at the OHL All-Star Classic.
Just a few hours to go until the 2008 OHL All-Star Classic in Sault Ste. Marie. It has certainly been an eventful past 18 hours heading into the event.
Decided to make the trek for the Super Bowl (if we're actually allowed to use that term) Sunday matinée a Compuware Arena in Plymouth between the Whalers and Frontenacs.
The Guelph Storm are certainly not one of the OHL's most exciting teams to watch, but when they get the job done, that's all that matters.
Canada will host the World Junior Hockey Championship in 2010 and 2012, six cities have submitted letters, intending to bid for the event.
Brian Johnson, who has been the President/Governor of the Owen Sound Attack since the local ownership group saved the team from moving to Cornwall, is stepping aside.