A total of 19 current OHLers are competing in the 2017 World Junior Hockey Championship, with several playing key roles for their respective countries. On top of that, three players are all competing in the tournament, after playing in the OHL last season.
With the World Juniors beginning in a couple of weeks, players from the different countries have started making their way to their respective country’s camps, vying for a chance at international glory. However, every year, there are names that aren’t at the camps that some fans feel deserve to be there.
The annual series between the top Canadians in the CHL and top Russian-born junior players is once again underway, with Russia beating Team OHL 4-3 in North Bay last night to take a 5-4 lead in the series. While just about every top Canadian you’ve ever watched in the OHL makes the Canadian roster, we …
The OHL has always featured high scoring teams and players, but once in a while, certain players go one step beyond, and become scoring dynamos during a stretch. Here are the top five most impressive point streaks of the OHL season so far.
With Halloween around the corner, it seems appropriate to take a look at the scariest things in the OHL. This isn’t just about one way of scaring people though. Whether it’s a player who nobody likes to play against, or a team that could be even better, here’s a look at the Top 5 scariest “things” in the OHL.
This is a list that would make Adam Oates weep. This week for the Friday Five we take a look at the players who, so far, have had their goal totals far exceed their assists, often jokingly referred to as the “Cy Young” winner.
As is the nature of the OHL, there was a lot of roster turnover this season. That turnover has paved the way for a new crop of talent to emerge in the OHL this season, whether it be an older import player looking to create buzz for the NHL draft, or a recent priority selection, with a long OHL future ahead of them.