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The final step in the OHL's worst kept secret of 2010 is complete.
Updated with Charge
Windsor Spitfires forward Zack Kassian was arrested by Windsor police early Sunday morning.
Now at the 2009-10 OHL season is officially in the books, time for some stories to look for during the off-season heading towards the start of the 2010-11 campaign.
The worst kept secret in the Ontario Hockey League is about to come to fruition.
The Windsor Spitfires came into this season looking to defend their Memorial Cup title, and now that has been completed.
Once again, we have teamed up with our friends at Yahoo! Sports Canada for a live blog of tonight's MasterCard Memorial Cup Championship Game. The Windsor Spitfires look to repeat while the Brandon Wheat Kings hope to win the title on home ice.
The Calgary Hitmen had Brandon's number throughout the playoffs, but in their final game of the post-season, the Brandon Wheat Kings came through.
On Friday, the Canadian Hockey League confirmed what had been discussed for the past month - junior teams and players will be featured in the next edition of the EA Sports NHL game franchise.
The likeness of Taylor Hall in this fall's EA Sports NHL '11 game.
Courtesy EA Sports
Loosepucks has joined forces with our friends at Yahoo! Sports Canada as part of a live blog for tonight's semi-final game of the Memorial Cup in Brandon. The host Wheat Kings take on the WHL champion Calgary Hitmen.
The annual Memorial Cup tournament is a great event, but it can be a marathon. Therefore, a day off for a little time away from the rink can be very helpful.
The Calgary Hitmen eliminated the Brandon Wheat Kings in the WHL Western Conference Final - and had their number again Wednesday night.
It is one of the top traditions in hockey. No, I'm not talking about the Memorial Cup tournament. I'm referring to fans complaining and trying to make changes to events.
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