Archives for: December 2009
As the January 11th OHL trade deadline approaches, overage players - who has room for them and who does not - is always a topic of conversation.
With the decade wrapping up on Thursday night, it's time for me to post my memorable moments from the OHL over the last 10 years.
A report out of Guelph has the Storm being down a netminder heading out of the holiday break.
The Ontario Hockey League will be well represented on the American roster at this year's World Junior Hockey Championship.
With 2009 wrapping up, we will be turning the calendar to 2010. It seems to be the trend now to look back at the last 10 years.
John Moore will not be spending the holidays in Saskatchewan.
Who says unsigned overage players cannot have professional aspirations. Another example of the contrary is about to happen.
It is the dreaded four-letter word in junior hockey, that can knock players from first-line stars to fourth-line pluggers out of action.
The wheeling and dealing Barrie Colts have made another move.
Wednesday is final decision day at the Team Canada Selection camp, with a group of OHL players among those being told that they will not be spending the holidays with the national junior team.
A pair of Ontario Hockey League players are headed back to their teams after being released from the Canadian World Junior team.
Windsor Spitfires Head Coach Bob Boughner had enough. He did not wait until after a game, or the next day. He sent a message to a pair of players, and the entire dressing room, right in the midst of Sunday's home game.
Ottawa 67's blueliner Tyler Cuma is this year's "late addition" to the Team Canada World Junior selection camp, and now he'll look to make the most of his opportunity.
It is exactly one month from the Ontario Hockey League trade deadline, but the Saginaw Spirit and Sudbury Wolves have hooked up on a trade.
Cody Hodgson's upcoming schedule opened up when he found out he would not be heading to the Team Canada World Junior Selection Camp, but at least one of the open days as already been filled.
Tensions around the Niagara IceDogs has lead to a pair of players walking away from the team, looking to get traded.