So I was reading a story in the Saginaw News about the Spirit's 6-3 win over the Whalers on Tuesday when the article took a turn for the gross.
Ottawa 67's assistant coach Mark Grady resigned from his post today in a press release issued by the club.
There's a story today in the Niagara Falls Review in which the city of Chatham denies "rumours" that they are interested in building a new arena in hopes to lure the Dogs away from St. Catharines.
They're six points out of the final playoff spot with only eight games remaining, but the Belleville Bulls say they're not giving up their post-season hopes.
The OHL has announced that the start time for the game between the visiting Belleville Bulls and the host Kingston Frontenacs scheduled for Friday Feb. 26 has been changed to 6:30 pm.
With roughly 12 or so games left in the regular season it looks like it's going to come down to the wire in the Eastern Conference for three teams to fight it out for the final two playoff spots.
In case you missed the story last week of former OHLer/current Gatineau Olympiques forward Josh Domingues, he was raising money for cancer research by growing his hair. On Friday he finally got it cut, here's the video:
Took in the Erie Otters 1-0 shootout victory over the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors on Monday afternoon before heading to work on the Star's Olympic desk.
Things are getting very tight for the Oshawa Generals -- now losers of seven straight games thanks to a 6-0 drubbing in Mississauga on Friday night.
Former Owen Sound Attacker and current QMJHL forward Josh Domingues has been on a quest since last June, trying to raise awareness and money for cancer research.
London Knights centre Nazem Kadri has been called up on an emergency basis by the Toronto Maple Leafs and will make his NHL debut tonight against the San Jose Sharks.
KINGSTON, ONT. -- Your lowly OHL reporter is probably the only person in the history of hotels who has messed their back up by sleeping in a freaking "sleep number" bed.