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January 30th, 2016 In CHL, OHL 0 comments

January usually isn't the time we talk about teams clinching playoff births. One team decided to make it a thing on Friday night. It just goes to show you how impressive their season has been. Friday night, the Erie Otters travelled to Budweiser Gardens to take on their division rival London Knights. Both teams went into the game shorthanded...

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January 22nd, 2016 In CHL, OHL, Prospects 0 comments

Flint, Michigan has been at the centre of attention this week after President Obama declared a state of emergency in the region due to a large concentration of lead found in the water supply. But for the Flint Firebirds, the day-to-day operation of the club remains "business as usual," according to team spokesperson Dominic Hennig. "The...

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January 21st, 2016 In CHL, OHL, Prospects 0 comments

The Barrie Colts are very quietly becoming a very scary club to play against if you're one of the OHL's other 19 teams. With a record of 25-16-0-1, they've had no troubles rising to the top spot in the OHL's Central Division and impressing those who watch the OHL closely. But it's the moves that Barrie made at the OHL's trade deadline last...

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January 10th, 2016 In News, OHL 0 comments

Philadelphia Flyers prospect Travis Konecny said he was shocked when he and teammate Sam Studnicka (undrafted) were traded to the Sarnia Sting from the Ottawa 67s this week in the OHL. It was a massive trade for Sarnia, bringing in two players that rank first and fourth on the team in scoring (Konecny is first and he missed time to represent...

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November 8th, 2015 In CHL, News, OHL, Other Leagues, Top Stories 0 comments

This tweet may have been the last before some real madness started in Flint, Michigan. The Flint Firebirds of the OHL were down 3-1 to the Memorial Cup champion Oshawa Generals before coming back for a 4-3 overtime win. That's when things get weird. Multiple reports have the team's owner, Rolf Nilson, firing the entire coaching staff,...

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October 28th, 2015 In CHL, Maple Leafs Prospects, News, OHL, Toronto Maple Leafs 0 comments

Toronto Maple Leafs prospect, drafted 61st overall in 2015, Jeremy Bracco is leaving Boston College to play with the Kitchener Rangers in the OHL, reports Mike McMahon of College Hockey News. While the move isn't entirely confirmed, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports that Bracco has indeed informed Boston College that he's leaving school and that...

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August 3rd, 2015 In OHL, Prospects 0 comments

The London Knights have arguably been the best franchise in the entire Canadian Hockey League over the past decade. Not only do they have the third most players drafted into the NHL of any CHL team, with 162, but they also have three OHL championships since 2004-05, as well as a Memorial Cup banner. The 2015-16 season should be no different...

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