Archives for: January 2012
Heading into the final moments of the OHL Trade Deadline, we all knew the London Knights had an open overage spot - and anybody who has seen Knights GM Mark Hunter operate knows he will not leave any stone unturned.
Who were the winners? Who were the losers? Who is going to make a run for the title? Those topics and more were on the table Tuesday during our OHL Trade Deadline Wrap-up Live Chat.
The Windsor Spitfires have traded their first round pick from the 2010 OHL Priority Selection.
The Sudbury Wolves made a last minute move with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.
The Erie Otters have acquired a defenceman they hope will help them for the rest of this year, and next season.
The Kingston Frontenacs have grabbed a goaltender, quite possibly as an insurance policy.
Just a few hours to go until the OHL Trade Deadline, with a lot of things already done.
The Niagara IceDogs have added another big body, this time on the blueline.
Defenceman Mackenzie Braid is headed back to Northern Ontario.
The Windsor Spitfires and Brampton Battalion have swung a trade involving two 1994-born players not currently playing in the OHL.
Not a bad haul for Knights GM Mark Hunter, first Greg McKegg and now Austin Watson.
The Brampton Battalion have made their first move recently, picking up a veteran forward from Kingston.
The Belleville Bulls are in the midst of some roster juggling, picking up an overage forward from Mississauga.
It's Monday morning, time is ticking down towards the OHL Trade Deadline. Lots has been done, but still some movement to come.
The Ottawa 67's have made another deal involving a forward, this time upgrading down the middle.
The Soo Greyhounds have added a younger winger to the fold.
Just one day after adding two defencemen from Owen Sound, the Oshawa Generals blueline makeover continues.
The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds and Oshawa Generals have swung the first all-pick swap of this deadline time.
Two teams who had not made a trade recently have hooked up on an OHL transaction.
The Windsor Spitfires have added another defenceman to the fold.
The wheeling and dealing continues for the Sarnia Sting, this time making a goalie swap.
Former OHL 1st overall pick John McFarland is heading east.
A member of the Ottawa 67's has been suspended after being found with to have taken a banned substance.
After watching their rivals from down Highway 402 make plenty of deals, the London Knights have checked in with a big splash of their own.
The Erie Otters have began their moves that should see the club get younger by the time Tuesday rolls along.
The Mississauga St. Michael's Majors continue to get younger.
The Kingston Frontenacs continue to get younger while two Frontenacs teammates will stay together, but now in Sarnia.
The Belleville Bulls have added a much desired big body up front.
The Ritchie brothers have been reunited, in the Eastern Conference at least.
The Kingston Frontenacs are adding youth heading towards the 2012 OHL trade deadline.
The much rumoured trade has finally been completed, with Ryan Spooner trading in his black/gold/white of Kingston for...black/gold/white.
The Sarnia Sting quickly filled their open overage spot, grabbing a defenceman from their West Division rivals.
A few news and notes on some happenings around the league that may impact moves coming up to the OHL Trade Deadline.
We have taken a look at the Western Conference, now time for the East heading towards the OHL trade deadline.
Time continues to tick down towards the OHL trade deadline. It's time to take a team-by-team look at some of the approaches heading towards the deadline.
There has been a rule change in the OHL that may impact this year's trade deadline activity.
The Barrie Colts and Saginaw Spirit have made their fair share of trades over the past few years, and this year is no exception.