Archives for: January 2010
Erie Otters forward Greg McKegg has been chosen to replace Windsor Spitfires forward Greg Nemisz on the Western Conference roster of Wednesday’s OHL all-star game.
While CBC will have many eyes of the Canadian hockey community on Stratford this weekend for their annual hockey celebration, there is an event taking place in Peterborough that takes draws plenty of attention to the game in the Liftlock City.
Talking to Peterborough Petes head coach Ken McRae about losing three key players in the span of 24 hours he was a little dumbfounded to say the least.
A pair of OHL alumni are part of the officiating crew for next week's OHL All-Star Game in Kingston.
The best news out of this entire head checking, violence, suspension, etc. mess over the past couple of weeks is that one of the players involved is getting close to returning to action.
Oshawa Generals defenceman Calvin de Haan is out for the season with a shoulder injury, and subsequent surgery.
Bob Shepperd was the voice of Yankee Stadium for decades and was often referred to as "The Voice of God". The Ontario Hockey League has a similar "voice" that has been around more than a half-century.
It's Sunday, what's on my wee little mind today? Time to look back at the Prospects Game that the folks in Windsor ran this week.
Mississauga St. Michael's Majors forward Gregg Sutch will be playing host to kids from the group VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children today when the Sudbury Wolves head to the Hershey Centre.
While there are always going to be differing opinions in regards to lengths of suspensions, there is one thing I have found very alarming in recent days.
The Peterborough Petes have been hit with some major injuries, all with 24 hours.
When we last left Peterborough Petes forward Ryan Spooner he was preparing for last year's playoff series with the Brampton Battalion and making Kraft Dinner.
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