Erie Otters Division: Midwest Coach: Chris Hartsburg (1st year) 2016-17 Record: (50-15- 3) – 2016-17 OHL Champions Key Additions: Emmett Sproule (C, OHL Priority Selection) Stephane Patry (C)– CHL Import Draft) Alex Gritz (C- trade…
For a second consecutive game the Oshawa Generals were unable to put together 60 minutes of quality hockey. On Friday they lost 7-4 to the Erie Otters after allowing four goals in the second. “There…
The Hamilton Bulldogs have landed some much-needed veteran experience up front. It was announced Monday that the team has acquired over-age forward Mason Marchment and a fourth-round pick in the OHL Priority Selection from the…
If Mike Babcock and the Toronto Maple Leafs are serious about bringing talented-Ontario born players to the club, the upcoming NHL Draft could be their biggest opportunity.
The Western Division of the Ontario Hockey League is setting up as a three-team race, but there may be a surprise lurking out there.
The OHL champions Owen Sound Attack will look to defend the J. Ross Robertson Cup while teams like the Plymouth Whalers and the Saginaw Spirit are hoping to make an impact in the 2011-12 season.
Three Toronto Maple Leafs prospects have made headlines recently—two for their scoring prowess, and the other as the victim of a vicious hit from behind.
With the Ontario Hockey League regular season set to kick off next Friday, there are plenty of story lines to keep an eye on as the season progresses.
Now that seven of the top ten scoring leaders from last year have moved on to the next level, there will be plenty of opportunity for individuals and teams to make their mark on the league in 2010-2011.