Archives for: December 2009
The Oshawa Generals will be holding a press conference on Sunday Jan. 3, to make an announcement regarding the team's ownership.
So I got some funny emails about my last post regarding the 2000 Barrie Colts. One was from a former player on that team who said that there was some stuff in my recap that even he forgot about.
Hope those of you who celebrate had a nice and festive Christmas. I had to work, but still got some pretty sweet gifts. Anyway, Since Terry decided to pose the question about the most memorable OHL moments from the last decade, I thought I'd throw out my own list.
Wishing all our readers -- all five of you -- very happy holiday and all the best in 2010.
Here's hoping the next 10 years will be filled with even better hockey than the last 10.
Some one was kind enough to upload the Andrew Agozzino goal from their game against Mississauga.
The OHL will be sending 18 players to the CHL Top Prospects game in Windsor next month, including three Spitfires -- Taylor Hall, Cam Fowler and Austin Watson.
Took in a game at the Hershey Centre today and saw the Niagara IceDogs put an end to the Mississauga Majors' four-game win streak with a 3-2 victory.
The NHL's Minnesota Wild lost almost all of their gear during a truck fire on Friday afternoon, but the team is going to play tonight against the Ottawa Senators.
There's some good news and bad puns from the Owen Sound Attack today as the team announced that star forward Joey Hishon will be back in the lineup for Saturday's game against Oshawa.
In case you missed William Wallen's shootout goal during the Mississauga Majors' 3-2 loss to the Windsor Spitfires on Friday -- it's a candidate for goal of the year.
The OHL has announced that tonight’s game between the Barrie Colts and the Sudbury Wolves has been postponed.
Many months ago I handled on a story by Star reporter Randy Starkman who is The Man when it comes to all things Olympics related. In this story it mentioned that Canada's alpine teams were being trained by an ex-hockey player name Matt Price.
Here's a little public service announcement for OHLers -- especially those of you lucky few who go on to have pro career-- never underestimate the influence you have with children.
It was announced yesterday that Brampton Battalion forward Cody Hodgson has declined the invite to Team Canada's world junior selection camp because of continuing "pain, discomfort and numbness" in his back.
Apparently having the best team in the OHL isn't enough to keep fans motivated and entertained in Windsor, so the Spitfires are in the market for Ice Girls.
Hockey Canada has released their list of invites for Team Canada's selection camp taking place from Dec. 12-16 in Regina, Sask.