Archives for: August 2011
It has been almost two years since the moment anyone who was in the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium will never forget. Now, Rangers defenceman Ben Fanelli is preparing to return to action.
For the second day in a row, a player deemed "defected" by Ontario Hockey League rules has been traded.
We have seen Kingston move their first round pick from the 2011 OHL Priority Selection, and at least one more appears headed to a new destination. Here are two quick suggestion for OHL rule changes that might cut down on these moves - or others.
The saga that many were expecting to play out heading towards Labour Day weekend has come to fruition.
Former Peterborough Petes captain and two-time OHL champion Daniel Ryder has been found not guilty of robbing a convenience store in his hometown of Bonavista, Newfoundland.
The Peterborough Petes have acquired a starting goalie for the upcoming season, while an 18-year-old has found a place to play regular duty this fall.
On Sunday night, we turned to the Loosepucks Twitter followers to find who they think will be the top scorer in the OHL for the 2011-12 season.
While he may once again play for Team Germany at the World Junior Hockey Championship (relegated to the B Pool) this year, Nick Latta is now North American as far as the Canadian Hockey League is concerned.
A Buffalo Sabres prospect and former OHL first round pick is going to be playing close to home this season.
Just back from taking in Day Two of the NHL Research & Development Camp, and a few thoughts on what I saw.
After spending most of the past 37 years in charge of the Ottawa 67's, Brian Kilrea is stepping aside from his full-time duties with the Ottawa 67's.
The arms race among West Division teams continues with the other team that is brought to by "the letter S" getting in on the action.
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