Archives for: February 2009
In the past couple days I happened to be listening to U.S. syndicated sports talk show host Jim Rome, and I heard him do a bit that sounded awfully familiar.
48 hours after refusing to join the Belleville Bulls for their game against the Brampton Battalion Sunday, All-Star defenceman Shawn Lalonde is back in the fold.
The Sarnia Sting will be without two forwards heading into this week's action.
In a very surprising move, Chicago Blackhawks prospect Shawn Lalonde has left the Belleville Bulls, at least for the time-being.
Another one of those "worst kept secrets" in the Ontario Hockey League was made official Monday.
I watched the Plymouth Whalers in action Friday and Saturday nights, and one of the hottest teams in the OHL looked like two completely different clubs.
Since mid-January, we've been doing a weekly talk show on TVCOGECO Sarnia entitled "Sting Buzz". It has given me, and the viewers a chance to learn a little bit more about the players on the Sting.
When you take a look at the top rookie scorers in the Ontario Hockey League, I believe most of the players at the top of the list should not be in consideration for the Emms Family Award.
A former Peterborough Petes defenceman, known for his defensive play and throwing the body, now has the same number of goals in the professional ranks as he did in the Ontario Hockey League.
Good morning Commissioner Branch. We hope you enjoyed your long weekend, because it is going to be a busy week at the office.
Today is Family Day in Ontario, but unfortunately for those around the OHL, it may always be remembered for one of the saddest moments in Ontario Hockey League history.
Over the past 48 hours I've had the chance to watch the Kitchener Rangers either live or on television for two games. While it has been a bumpy ride for the Rangers this year, the future looks bright.
James DeLory of the Oshawa Generals has been handed a 12-game suspension by the Ontario Hockey League. After watching the incident, it could have resulted in even more.
With about 15 games remaining in the Ontario Hockey League season for most teams, none in the OHL's Western Conference appear ready to give an inch down the stretch.
One of the top players eligible for the 2009 NHL Entry Draft has suffered an injury that will keep him out for the rest of the regular season.
The stars of the Ontario Hockey League gathered in Windsor Wednesday night for the annual OHL All-Star Classic. As expected, it was a high-scoring affair with Team East coming away with an 11-6 win.
Just prior to the start of the 2009 OHL All-Star Classic in Windsor, the Ontario Hockey League, along with the Windsor Spitfires made a special announcement of a new OHL trophy.
Nine and a half hours and four games later, it was a memorable celebration of hockey in the Liftlock City.