Archives for: April 2009
Since the OHL final is now underway and I'm looking for something to keep me occupied this summer, I thought it might be cool to take a look at what some former OHLers are up to now.
The OHL has announced their all-star team selections for the 2008-09 season.
Since there's no NHL on today, it's one of those rare occasions where I can talk the boys at work into letting me watch Game 1 of the OHL final.
Andrew Engelage gets no respect. Like zero.
The Battalion Booster Brigade has made arrangements for a bus trip to Windsor on Fri., May 8, for Game 5 of the OHL final.
The OHL has announced the officials set to work the 2009 OHL Championship series which begins tomorrow night in Windsor.
Brampton Battalion captain Cody Hodgson has been named the OHL's most outstanding player this season, capturing the Red Tilson Award.
It's Saturday and you're probably really busy, but please read this story by Bill Montague of the Sault Star.
With the Brampton Battalion winning the Eastern Conference championship tonight, the dates for the OHL final are as follows:
The OHL today announced Windsor Spitfired Ryan Ellis is the Max Kaminsky Trophy winner as the OHL’s Most Outstanding Defenceman for the 2008-09 season.
Just back from Las Vegas. Counting the days until my next visit. It was a ton of fun, primarily because we left the boys at home.
The OHL is set to announce the league's Coach of the Year during a press teleconference tomorrow morning.
Back from the Bunker after Brampton's 4-2 victory over the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors.
As mentioned in this blog previously, there is no player more clutch in the OHL when it comes to being media accessible than Plymouth Whalers captain Chris Terry.
Watching OHL games on TV is pretty frustrating for when you're a reporter.
So I was talking with the director of player development for an Eastern Conference NHL team yesterday...
Owen Sound Attack captain David Kolomatis has signed an amateur tryout offer with the AHL's Providence Bruins.