Archives for: December 2010
The talk around the Windsor Spitfires about a month ago was that GM Warren Rychel was getting ready to blow up the roster heading towards the January 10th OHL trade deadline. A couple factors could have Rychel headed in the other direction.
With the OHL trade freeze being lifted after Christmas, it is expected to be a fairly busy time between now and the January 10th deadline. The first deal has been completed.
The Twitter universe has proven to be a useful social media tool, but occasionally it has gotten athletes in trouble. Now, a player at the 2011 World Juniors may have some explaining to do.
It took way too long, but a minor hockey coach who took a stand against racism in a Peterborough midget house league can finally go back behind the bench.
The Kitchener Rangers and Guelph Storm played quite a game Friday night in Kitchener, but it was the performance by one Guelph player that still has fans talking.
The Kitchener Rangers did not have any easy trip to Sarnia, but once they got on the ice they made it look very easy.
This is not OHL related, but figured I would pass along just what I have been dealing with over the past 48 hours.
The Guelph Storm have struggled through much of the first-half of the Ontario Hockey League season. Now the move that had been rumoured for a while has happened.
The Saginaw Spirit are in talks with the local county on renewing their lease at The Dow Event Center, but an issue has come up that has put a snag in negotiations.
As the latest weekend in the Ontario Hockey League is in the books, some news and notes to wrap things up.
One of the players that many expected would be on the move during the 2010-11 OHL season is now heading to the Western Conference.