Archives for: April 2009
With Saturday's OHL Priority Selection quickly approaching, teams are moving draft picks around, especially those needing to add picks this year.
After an early morning and then my pre-game nap, I'm all set for Game One of the OHL Final between the Windsor Spitfires and Brampton Battalion.
Belleville Bulls netminder Mike Murphy is the first back-to-back winner of the OHL Goaltender of the Year Award.
During next weekend's OHL Priority Selection, it will not take long for Justin Sefton's name to be called by an OHL club. Fans can get a sneak peak Sunday evening.
A former longtime Ontario Hockey League coach is back in junior hockey, but this time he'll work on the East Coast.
The Bobby Orr Trophy was on the verge of being handed to the Brampton Battalion for the first time in franchise history - but the Belleville Bulls had other ideas Thursday night.
The 2009 OHL Western Conference Championship Series will go into the history books as a five-game series, but that does not do either team justice.
The Ontario Hockey League's end-of-season awards continue to roll in, with one of the most noteworthy awards for off-ice contributions being handed out.
The trail of players coming from the US National Development team to the Kitchener Rangers continues.
Jason Brooks of the Guelph Storm was working as the GM/Head Coach of the hockey club for the 2008-09 season, now he is officially being recognized with the title.
With the NHL regular season wrapped up, and the coaching carousel already in full swing, we have a coach spotting of our own.
The latest in the Ontario Hockey League's end of season awards has been announced, with the top scholastic players being recognized.
The home teams split the first games of the OHL Conference Championship Series on Wednesday night.
Just as hockey fans prepare for Game One of the OHL Western Conference Final in Windsor, city workers have walked off the job.
For the second time in a row, the bench boss of the Windsor Spitfires has captured the Matt Leyden Trophy.
His impressive performance during the second half of the OHL season and playoffs has lifted Matt Hackett's stock for the upcoming 2009 NHL Entry Draft.
With the 2009 NHL Entry Draft coming up in June, NHL Central Scouting has released its final rankings for the upcoming draft.
The Windsor Spitfires are exactly where they were expected to be, into the OHL Western Conference Final. But the Plymouth Whalers gave them everything they had to make it quite an interesting and eventual series.
Updated with final suspension decisions
The Ontario Hockey League has handed out additional suspensions in the heated battle between the Windsor Spitfires and Plymouth Whalers.
A five-year OHL veteran who played more than 300 games in the league has captured the Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy.
There has been a change in the roster for Canada's entry at the World U-18 Hockey Championships in Fargo, ND.
The new-look coaching staff of the Ottawa 67's is starting to round into form.
The first of the OHL's end-of-season awards has been handed out, and it is sure to be a cause for debate.
Now that the college basketball season is over I believe I can use that above term. The London Knights are the first team move on to the conference finals.
While many had counted out the Plymouth Whalers in the OHL Western Conference semifinal series, the Whalers had something else in mind Tuesday night on home ice.
When the Plymouth Whalers and Windsor Spitfires hook up in game four of the OHL Western Conference semifinal, things could get very interesting on and OFF the ice.
Once the Spitfires offence started firing, they did it often to take the lead in the OHL Western Conference Semi-final series.
The Windsor Spitfires went into Compuware Arena in Plymouth, MI on Saturday night and even the best-of-seven OHL Western Conference semi-final. The result was not in a doubt for much of the game, but the final score is.
Even with the London Knights on to the second round, there are some that can't move on from the first round series against Erie.
There had been some names leak out over the last few days, but now Hockey Canada has made the official announcement on the team that will compete at the World U-18 Hockey Championship in Fargo, ND.