The NHL playoffs are not the only high stakes hockey happening in late May. From May 22nd to 31st, the winners of the OHL, WHL and QJMHL playoffs, plus the […]
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Something has to give. The OHL Finals begin Friday night when the Erie Otters face the Oshawa Generals. This is your classic matchup of a high-powered offense vs. a very […]
Generals open new rink The Oshawa General opened the new Oshawa Civic Arena last night before 4,100 enthusiastic fans with a come from behind 6-4 win over the St. Catharines Black […]
Entering his third training camp, Philadelphia Flyers prospect Scott Laughton should feel as close to a veteran as a player with 11 combined games between the NHL and AHL can. […]
Michael Dal Colle THW Close-Up: Date of birth: 6/20/1996 Place of birth: Richmond Hill, ON, CAN Ht: 6’2″ Wt: 172 lbs Shoots: Left Position: C NHL Draft Eligibility: 2014 Twitter: @MDalColle71 THW The […]
Micheal Dal Colle THW’s NHL Draft War Room Rankings: #4 (Feb 2014) THW’s NHL Draft Rankings – The Next Ones Edition (aka Chris’s List): #6 (March 2014) Hashtag/Nickname: MrSlick Team: #71, Oshawa, OHL […]
The Flyers’ prospect pool has been a laughing stock for quite some time. Although they’ve put winning teams on the ice, they always seemed to lack in developing prospects through […]
There’s certainly no shortage at the center position for the Philadelphia Flyers as the team prepares for the 2013-2014 season. After signing free agent Vincent Lecavalier thanks to a Tampa […]
At the 2012 NHL Entry Draft in Pittsburgh, the Philadelphia Flyers were the twentieth team to take the stage at the Consol Energy Center. The Flyers, a team which historically […]
Belligerence. Pugnacity. Truculence. They’re what Brian Burke seeks in a hockey player. In Tyler Biggs, a first-round selection of the Leafs in 2011, all three can be found.
The New York Rangers were successful in recent years because of the amount of young players that were drafted and developed by their organization. While some of the Rangers top […]
This is Part 3 of a 4 Part Series. Part 1: Barrie Colts, Belleville Bulls, Brampton Battalion, Erie Otters & Guelph Storm Part 2: Kingston Frontenacs, Kitchener Rangers, London Knights, […]