1. London Knights — Points in seven straight, have scored an OHL best 105 goals through 23 games.
2. Erie Otters – A great team gets even better with the return of Dylan Strome.
3. Oshawa Generals – Top team in the Eastern Conference and continue to distance themselves from the rest of the bunch.
4. Windsor Spitfires – Continue to win games despite injury troubles but the Spits will definitely miss Vilardi.
5. Kitchener Rangers — slipped a bit earlier in the month but have picked things up nicely since
6. Sault Ste. Marie — Bobby MacIntyre continues to carry the team offensively in the absence of captain Blake Speers, have won four straight.
7. Hamilton Bulldogs – Up and down season continues, just five wins in their last 10 after hot start.
8. Owen Sound — Big win over London this week at the Bayshore, Michael McNiven gives them a chance to win every game he starts
9. North Bay Battalion – Stan Butler has the Battalion in first place in a weak Central Division.
10. Sarnia Sting — Have played some close games but still winless in their last five games.
11. Peterborough Petes — Big win over Oshawa earlier in the week, another tough test against Windsor Thursday night
12. Flint Firebirds — In a three way tie for six with Sarnia and Owen Sound in a tight Western Conference, just four points back of division leading Windsor.
13. Subury Wolves — Have come back to reality a bit after a strong start.
14. Ottawa 67’s – The 67’s are starting to turn things around the the nation’s capital, still work to do.
15. Kingston Frontenacs – Have struggled to score with an OHL-worst 52 goals in 22 games, thank goodness for Jeremy Helvig.
16. Niagara IceDogs – Young team playing in a lot of close games, will only get young if team decides to sell at trade deadline.
17. Guelph Storm – Have lost more than they’ve won lately, currently sit eight points out of a playoff spot.
18. Mississauga Steelheads – Lost four straight, haven’t won in regulation since beating Guelph 11-3 on Oct. 12.. They can’t be this bad, can they?
19. Saginaw Spirit – Are starting to turn things around a little bit, still with the worst record in the West but aren’t too far back of Guelph anymore.
20. Barrie Colts – Have fallen to the bottom, just a pair of wins in their last 10 games, 98 goals against is most in the OHL