Archives for: September 2009
He made it right to the end of training camp, but in the end the New York Islanders returned defenceman Calvin de Haan to the Oshawa Generals for the 2009-10 Ontario Hockey League season.
The Brampton Battalion will have the current CHL Player of the Year back in the fold this season.
The Kitchener Rangers will have their new defenceman in the lineup this weekend.
Reports out of Toronto this morning say the Toronto Maple Leafs have returned forward Nazim Kadri to the London Knights.
Windsor Spitfires graduate Andrew Engelage has signed his first professional contract.
One trade was completed on Monday while the groundwork for another appears to have been put in motion.
The opening weekend of the Ontario Hockey League is in the books. Here are some thoughts on how the season started.
The Barrie Colts continue to load up in their quest for an Eastern Conference title.
The Owen Sound Attack have finally worked out a deal to move veteran defenceman Michael D'Orazio.
After years of calling for this, the Ontario Hockey League has finally changed its rules as to the definition of a rookie player.
The Kingston Frontenacs made some changes to their roster heading into the opening weekend of the season.
The Niagara IceDogs have wasted no time moving on after their first round pick in the 2009 OHL Priority Selection left training camp after 48 hours.
The Ontario Hockey League, along with the rest of the CHL, finally rolled out their new look for the 2009-10 season today.
The New York Islanders have completed the signings of their recent crop of Sarnia Sting draft picks.
A week after informing overage forward Daniel Lombardi he was not in their plans, the Sarnia Sting have traded the veteran winger.
A regular season game has not yet been played, but the Oshawa Generals are in hot water with the league office.