Archives for: March 2010
The Peterborough Petes will have a new look at the top of the organization. The club's longest serving employee has been bounced.
The Brampton Battalion are the eighth and final team to solidify their spot in Round Two of the 2010 OHL Playoffs.
The Brampton Battalion will be without one of their top blueliners tonight for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal against the Kingston Frontenacs.
It is one of the traditions of hockey that other sports only wish they had. After a long hard fought series, players from both teams line up at centre ice to shake hands.
Here are the schedules for the three Round 2 OHL playoff series that have already been determined.
We now have some matchups determined for the second round of the OHL playoffs, while one series is going to require a seventh game.
There were three OHL playoff games on Sunday. We kept a close eye on all three via the Loosepucks Live Playoff Blog.
Loosepucks was live in Peterborough tonight for Game 4 of Majors/Petes while also talking to fans about the rest of the OHL playoffs.
Wednesday it was the Eastern Conference, now the Western Conference Coaches Poll results are in.
The first team to win a series in the 2010 Ontario Hockey League playoffs is the Barrie Colts.
In Tuesday night's OHL playoff action, three teams put their opponents on the brink of elimination.
The Barrie Colts and Sudbury Wolves have indeed heard from the league office, and the end result sees a total of 22 games worth of suspensions handed out.
The nasty play between the Barrie Colts and Sudbury Wolves is expected to result in some extended telephone conversations involving the teams and the league office.
The Mississauga St. Michael's Majors play a tight defensive game, and they worked their gameplan to perfection Monday night in Peterborough.
The Barrie Colts and Sudbury Wolves appear to be headed for a short series, but not without plenty of bad blood being spilled.
In what was the closest thing to a must-win game at this early stage of the 2010 Ontario Hockey League playoffs, the Plymouth Whalers got the job done on home ice against Sault Ste. Marie.
We were here Friday night for a live blog as six series opened in the 2010 OHL Playoffs.
The two teams who entered the Ontario Hockey League playoffs have knocked off one of the 16 victories required to capture the J. Ross Robertson Cup.
Heading into the 2010 OHL playoffs, Matt Hackett will not have to worry about his NHL contract.
I have been getting a few emails on this, so figured it was best to answer the question here. Who wins the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy as OHL scoring champion?
The 2010 Ontario Hockey League playoffs open Thursday, and now we know who will be playing.
With the season over for four OHL teams, the path of players heading to the professional ranks is underway.
There are seven games in the Ontario Hockey League on the final Saturday of the regular season. There are plenty of storylines to watch for.
Then there were 16...all of the teams who will compete in the 2010 OHL playoffs have been determined.
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds fans went home happy Friday night, but the Plymouth Whalers were snickering under their breath when all was said and done.
Good on the Saginaw Spirit for putting out all the possible playoff schedules depending on who they play. I believe this allows fans to begin planning some of their playoff viewing.
As the OHL regular season ticks down, Thursday night's action decided a little bit more towards the OHL playoffs - but still plenty to figure out.
It took a while, but we finally know the first playoff series in the OHL Playoffs.
It was a little nervous down the stretch, but the Peterborough Petes go into their games this weekend knowing they will make the playoffs.
Going into Sunday's action, I figured it might clear up the potential playoff situation in the OHL Eastern Conference. Things are still muddy, but starting to take shape.
While there will still be another weekend to go, it is quite possible Sunday's OHL action could decide what will happen in the playoff race in the OHL Eastern Conference.
The four Ontario Hockey League teams looking to host the 2011 Memorial Cup will get their chance to impress the site selection committee next month.
Reports out of Philadelphia say another OHL overage player is about to sign an NHL contract.