Jake Jeffrey and Mike Stubbs take a look at breakout players for all 20 OHL teams, and speak with James Boyd, the GM of the league-leading Ottawa 67’s.
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.
1. (⇔) Ottawa 67’s (19-3-3-1 | 42 points) last week: 1 GAMES THIS WEEK: Wednesday vs Oshawa, Saturday vs Sarnia 2. (⇔) London Knights (15-4-2-0 | 32 points) last week: 2 GAMES THIS WEEK: Thursday vs Mississauga, Friday vs Owen Sound, Sunday at Windsor 3. (⇑4) Oshawa Generals (13-7-2-0 | 28 points) last week: 7 GAMES THIS WEEK: Wednesday at Ottawa, Friday vs Hamilton, Sunday …
The Ottawa 67’s remain atop the AOHL Power Rankings, with the Greyhounds and Knights nipping at their heels.
With points in 10 straight the Ottawa 67’s top the latest edition of the AOHL Power Rankings, which also features appearances by Niagara, Sault Ste. Marie and Guelph.
Quinton Byfield scored the OT winner in one of four games Sunday.
First AOHL Power Rankings of the 2018-19 season. Keep in mind, it is still VERY early and most teams are still waiting to see who they get back from NHL and AHL camps. The early season rankings combine pre-season expectations, as well as performance.