AOHL Editor Jake Jeffrey shares 12 things that are peaking his interest this week in the OHL.
Oshawa leads the way with three invitees, while Ottawa, Mississauga, Guelph and Sault Ste. Marie each had two players invited. Also there’s plenty of minor hockey connections among the OHLers selected.
Every year Ontario boys looking for a place to play venture out to the QMJHL for another crack and continuing their hockey dreams, some former players and draft picks from Ontario Hockey League teams, some slipped under the OHL radar all together.
With 15 straight wins the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds find themselves atop the AOHL Power Rankings. Guelph has entered the top ten for the first time this season, and recent struggles in Mississauga have the Steelheads on the outside looking in.
It looked like it was going to be another long season in Saginaw after the Spirit failed to register a win until their eighth game of the season, but the winds shifted in a big way at the start of November, and the team has lost just twice in regulation since.
Sometimes playmakers don’t get quite as much attention as the goal scorers, so this week we take a look at the “Princes of Pass”, the “Dukes of the Dish,” or the “Sultans of the Sauce.”
The Sarnia Sting are back on top of the AOHL Power Rankings as the Hamilton Bulldogs move into the top three.