Archives for: February 2010
On the eve of what will be the most watched sporting event in Canadian history, I figured it was a good time to post a little bit of a tale of the tape of the two finalists.
There are times throughout a season when games appear to be on the verge of getting out of hand. The scoreboard result has already been decided, and playing actual hockey is over for the night for some players. It is at that time I believe the on-ice officials have an easy tool available to them, but some seem hesitant to use it.
An OHL graduate from back in 2006 is resuming his attempt at making it in professional hockey.
The Erie Otters have been one of the hottest teams in the Ontario Hockey League lately, but this is taking the term a little bit too far.
The Windsor Spitfires continue to build on their roster for next season - with the 2011 Memorial Cup on their mind.
The Erie Otters picked up Adam Courchaine at the trade deadline, looking to backstop them into a playoff run. It seems to be paying off.
There was a bit of movement Friday night in the OHL playoff position races.
The Canadian Hockey League has officially announced the game schedule for this year's Memorial Cup in Brandon, MB.
Just a quick reminder that you can get many of the latest updates from Loosepucks via Twitter.
The case of former OHL playoff MVP Daniel Ryder continues to work its way through the Newfoundland & Labrador legal system.
It was a long time coming. The Sarnia Sting had been dealing with an extended losing skid - which was finally broken on Family Day Monday.
While there has been plenty of talk regarding the OHL teams bidding for the 2011 Memorial Cup, the race is now officially underway.
While the bidders for the 2011 Memorial Cup in the Ontario Hockey League are getting their submissions in order, QMJHL teams are lining up for their next chance to host to the CHL's marquee event.
There is a reason for the shortage of postings from me over the past week - it is a little difficult (and illegal) to blog while behind the wheel.
KINGSTON, ON -- The 2010 OHL All-Star Classic is in the books. The top stars in the Ontario Hockey League put their skills on display in a record-breaking game.
Here are a few news and notes from the OHL All-Star Festivities in Kingston.
KINGSTON, ON -- The OHL's top stars put on a skillful display - but in front of a disappointing crowd in Kingston.
There is a late change to the OHL All-Star Game rosters.