Looking at the top 2002-born players in the OHL.
Junior hockey is all about taking advantage of your opportunities. With a handful of players from each team graduating every season, that means opportunity for returning players to take their games to the next level.
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 Friday Five returns as Editor Jake Jeffrey highlights five overagers turning heads around the OHL this season.
Highlighting the biggest acquisitions at the OHL trade deadline, and how they’ve impacted their new teams.
Junior hockey is typically known for its offence and high scoring games, but more often than not it’s strong goaltending that separates the good teams from the great.
The OHL has no shortage of scoring, but typically you see a team rely on one or two lines for their offence. Well, as this list shows, there are a few teams who look to one guy to carry the offensive workload.