With Niagara rebuilding the door is open for a number of East teams to put in a run for the top in the Ontario Hockey League.
Although a lockout may benefit the quality of play in Canadian major junior hockey in the short-term due to the influx of more mature, NHL-ready talent, a work stoppage in the “show” is not welcome in the eyes of many CHL executives.
There’s a high level of confidence out in Oshawa as the Generals head towards the start of the Ontario Hockey League season.
The Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors aim for redemption after losing Game 7 of the J. Ross Robertson Cup in overtime but they’ll be hard-pressed against the surging Niagara IceDogs, Oshawa Generals and Ottawa 67’s.
[audio:http://torontoobserver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/john_ohleast_podcast2.mp3|titles=john_ohleast_podcast] With the beginning of another major junior hockey season just a week away, let’s take a look at the status of the teams in the Ontario Hockey League. The favourites to win the Eastern…
The hot Oshawa Generals welcome the surging Sarnia Sting to the General Motors Centre on Sunday at 6:05pm ET.
The Oshawa Generals and Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors are at the top of their respective divisions after both enjoyed undefeated weeks in the Ontario Hockey League.
Although the Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors and Oshawa Generals both won two games last week thanks to some strong goaltending, they did not improve in the Ontario Hockey League’s standings.
Three weeks in, the Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors and Oshawa Generals are getting a sense of how their season is going to look.