Archives for: April 2010
The Sarnia Sting have made it official, Alex Galchenyuk will be the first overall pick in the 2010 OHL Priority Selection.
The Windsor Spitfires have proven they can win on the road during the 2010 OHL playoffs. Now they head home with a big lead over Barrie in the OHL Championship Series.
Mark Cundari scored an important shorthanded goal for Windsor.
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Game 2 of the OHL Championship Series was Friday night in Barrie. The Windsor Spitfires lead the Colts 1-0 in the series. We had that, along with your questions and comments on anything else OHL related on the Loosepucks Live Blog.
The Windsor Spitfires have now won five games in a row. The comeback kids of the Western Conference Final went into Barrie and took the opening game of the OHL Championship Series.
Taylor Hall scored the OT winner for Windsor.
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One week ago, the Windsor Spitfires were on the brink of elimination. Now, they are the OHL Western Conference champions and headed to the League Championship Series.
It has came down to one game. The Kitchener Rangers won three straight, the Windsor Spitfires won three straight. Now the winner of today's game captured the OHL Western Conference and moved on to the League Final against the Barrie Colts. We had it covered and took your OHL comments and questions on the Loosepucks Live Blog.
When the Ontario Hockey League gathers for the 2010 OHL Priority Selection next weekend, look for the name Slater Koekkoek to be called fairly early. But this weekend he captured some important hardware.
When a team comes back from a 3-0 series deficit, it is normally shocking. But is anyone really THAT surprised the Windsor Spitfires and Kitchener Rangers are headed for a seventh game?
About 21 hours after their game in Windsor, the Spitfires and Kitchener Rangers did it all over again Friday night. This time it was Game Six of the OHL Western Conference Final. The Rangers lead the series 3-2. Kitchener wanted to move on to play Barrie, Windsor wanted a seventh game Sunday.
For the second straight game, the Windsor Spitfires faced elimination. But once again, the Spitfires live to see another day.
Game 5 of the OHL Western Conference Final, Kitchener at Windsor with the Rangers leading the series 3-1. We had it covered, and took your OHL questions and comments on the Loosepucks Live Blog.
Former OHL Playoff MVP Daniel Ryder remains in a Newfoundland Psychiatric Hospital, being treated for mental illness.
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