Archives for: October 2009
A Saturday road trip took me near suburban Detroit so I decided to drop into Compuware Arena to check out the Whalers and Belleville Bulls in the second annual pink-out game.
A trade in the Ontario Hockey League today...
The man who helped bring the Ottawa 67's to the nation's capital and was also involved with the London Knights has passed away.
After dealing with some internal turmoil and struggling on the ice, the Sudbury Wolves have made another change.
After parting ways with the Windsor Spitfires, Jesse Blacker is headed to the Owen Sound Attack.
The Philadelphia Flyers are no stranger to have OHL alumni on their roster, and have added another former Ontario Hockey League player to their organization.
For the second consecutive year, it appears an OHL city is going to host the CHL Top Prospects Game..
The Peterborough Petes were carrying extra players to start the season, but the decision on who plays and who does not is being taken out of the hands of the coaching staff.
Windsor Spitfires graduate Andrew Engelage is going to have to start his pro career on the second option of his two-way AHL/ECHL deal.
The London Knights had a familiar face back in the lineup, but were forced to hold on right to the end to beat the Sarina Sting Thursday night.