Archives for: July 2009
The Erie Otters have announced today that Peter Sidorkiewicz has agreed to return as the team’s assistant coach.
The Sarnia Sting have a player who had previously committed to an NCAA scholarship signed to an OHL contract.
Not a big surprise here, but it appears the Kitchener Rangers are going to land the player they have been chasing since May.
The Oshawa Generals have inked a player they took a flyer on during the 2009 OHL Priority Selection.
Just want to pass along best wishes to one of the OHL's long-time characters.
A couple quick notes for your reading pleasure.
Since Jeff Hunt and his team took over the Ottawa 67's, they have always been creative when it comes to marketing the hockey club. In my opinion, they've come up big with their latest promotion.
It is one of those stories that has been discussed behind the scenes for a while around the OHL, but has now gone public.
As the Windsor Spitfires wait to see how many players will be back from the 2009 Memorial Cup championship team, it appears there will be at least one change in the coaching ranks as well.
The Owen Sound Attack have announced the signing of their top pick from the 2009 OHL Priority Selection.
A member of the Saginaw Spirit, who was an OHL All-Star in his overage season, has been rewarded with an NHL contract.
Ted Nolan is back in hockey, but not in the exact position most would immediately expect.
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