Archives for: March 2009
Now that the opening round of the playoffs has wrapped up, here is how the schedules play out for the second round.
The Niagara IceDogs played the role of impolite house guests Tuesday night, and in the process helped bring to an end the career of the OHL's all-time top coach.
It was not a big surprise when Sarnia Sting ownership announced the management change Monday afternoon.
The Sarnia Sting held a press conference this afternoon where they announced that the team has relieved Alan Millar of his duties as general manager and have promoted coach Dave MacQueen to GM -- on an interim basis.
For the first time since moving from North Bay, the Saginaw Spirit will play in the second round of the OHL Playoffs. The schedule for that series, along with the Plymouth/Windsor tilt, has been released.
Saturday night's marathon at the Barrie Molson Centre will show up in the record books, but not quite at the top of the list.
The Plymouth Whalers have stamped their ticket into the OHL Western Conference semifinals.
The Ontario Hockey League has finally ruled on last week's check from behind by London's Zac Rinaldo.
Ever since the eight-minute mark of the opening period of game two of their OHL Western Conference Quarterfinal series, the Plymouth Whalers often look like they're playing with an extra player on the ice.
Flipping channels when I got home Wednesday night, I couldn't help but be "entertained" by the local London TV post-game show.
The Red Tilson Award recognizes the Most Outstanding Player in the Ontario Hockey League. The candidates for each team have been announced.
Is there a more quotable general manager in the OHL than the Erie Otters' Sherry Bassin?
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