Archives for: June 2009
The Peterborough Petes traded their captain from last season, who could be back in the OHL for an overage year.
The Oshawa Generals and Kitchener Rangers have completed a trade.
The London Knights appear to have their 2009-10 starting goaltender in the mix.
A familiar face around OHL circles is officially heading to the National Hockey League.
The sixth overall pick in the 2009 CHL Import Draft was property of four OHL teams before finally being used to select a player.
For the second time in the past two years, it appears portions of a 2007 Owen Sound/Brampton trade have come into question.
With just a few hours to go before Tuesday's CHL Import Draft, OHL teams were busy making some moves.
UPDATED at 10:00pm Monday.
Back in Ontario now, and have a chance to look back at some of the happenings at the NHL Entry Draft that was seen or heard away from the national television cameras.
The 2009 NHL Entry Draft is now complete, and it was another busy selection process for members of the Ontario Hockey League.
The opening round of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft was a long one, as expected. Once again, the Ontario Hockey League was well represented.
Terry has draft updates with an OHL flavour on Twitter. www.twitter.com/loosepucks
Tavares-Hedman-Tavares-Hedman, that has been the talk all season surrounding the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. But the big two has officially become the big three.
The Saginaw Spirit and Guelph Storm have completed one of the first big trades of the OHL off-season.
Been a busy day around Montreal at the NHL Entry Draft. Here are some of the news and notes.
The 2009 National Hockey League Entry Draft is a three-day affair, with the first events to happening today.
The Sarnia Sting held a press conference Tuesday to put the finishing touches on changes to the organization.
Former Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Head Coach Craig Hartsburg is back behind the bench.
Following the NHL Awards, the National Hockey League released the 2008-09 All-Rookie Team. Not much of a surprise that it contains plenty of OHL flavour.
The Oshawa Generals have their top pick in the 2009 OHL Priority Selection as part of the organization.
A veteran OHL forward who played in the north and south end of the league is now heading east.
The Sarnia Sting have their top pick from the 2009 OHL Priority Selection in the fold.
Luke Pither will be an overage forward for the 2009-10 OHL season, and looks to have a new addressing for the upcoming season.
The latest youth movement of the Sudbury Wolves has signed on the dotted line.
The Plymouth Whalers have their new head scout in place, and like their Michigan counterparts in Saginaw, will have their scouting staff run by someone based south of the border.
The Ontario Hockey League has released the 2009-10 schedule, and we have all the information here.
The Guelph Storm have signed a player that had previously indicated he was planning to attend Harvard.
Veteran forward Andrew Merrett is expecting to play his overage OHL season close to his hometown.
The Guelph Storm have another one of their choices from the 2009 OHL Priority Selection signed.
The Sarnia Sting will have a new face running their scouting department, but he comes from the same division.
"This should...shut up any rumours going around" - Sudbury Wolves forward John McFarland.
The Sudbury Wolves held their rookie camp this weekend, with a non-rookie make the trip north to work with the new players.
A quick follow-up to the story earlier this week about the top dealership of Saginaw Spirit owner Dick Garber being on the chopping block of GM.
The Guelph Storm expect to have their first round pick in the lineup this fall.
Former NHL defenceman Jeff Beukeboom is moving within the Central Division.
While many people are feeling the impact of the current crisis in the automotive industry, we are now seeing changes that could be felt in the Ontario Hockey League.
The Kingston Frontenacs will play host to its first Ontario Hockey League event at the K-Rock Centre next season.