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  • 2017 NHL Draft First Rounders: Owen Tippett

    2017 NHL Draft First Rounders: Owen Tippett

    A real competitor who has many above average aspects and skills to his game, Owen Tippett’s most highly rated skill is his ability to shoot the puck. One of the hardest shooters in the draft with a lightning quick release, he doesn’t always the accuracy behind his shot.

    By: Marshall Mackinder
    Posted: June 23, 2017

  • CHL Finals Underway

    CHL Finals Underway

    All three CHL leagues are down to two teams, and the final round is set to begin this week. All three league powerhouses have advanced to the finals, but they’ll have to overcome some hot underdogs to advance to the Memorial Cup. 

    By: Kristopher Bras
    Posted: May 04, 2017

  • Supporting Casts Will be Key in OHL Final

    Supporting Casts Will be Key in OHL Final

    The OHL final is set now that the Erie Otters defeated the Owen Sound Attack in their six-game Western Conference final to set up a series against the East champion Mississauga Steelheads.

    By: Iain Colpitts
    Posted: May 01, 2017

  • Around the CHL: Mississauga Sweeps, Five Other Series Still in Full Swing

    Around the CHL: Mississauga Sweeps, Five Other Series Still in Full Swing

    When the CHL playoffs began (and throughout most of the year), there were three clear favourites in every league: the Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL), the Erie Otters (OHL) and the Regina Pats (WHL). 

    By: Kristopher Bras
    Posted: April 28, 2017

  • Hot and Cold: OHL Final Four

    Hot and Cold: OHL Final Four

    When I started this “Hot and Cold” column at the beginning of the playoffs, I had a feeling that it could get repetitive. Given that the Otters generally score twice as many goals as everyone else, they have four or five guys who will always be tearing up the stat sheet.

    By: Kristopher Bras
    Posted: April 26, 2017

  • Burning Questions to be answered as OHL Reaches Final Four

    Burning Questions to be answered as OHL Reaches Final Four

    There are four teams remaining in the OHL playoffs as the Peterborough Petes, Mississauga Steelheads, Owen Sound Attack and Erie Otters have all earned their spot.

    By: Iain Colpitts
    Posted: April 19, 2017

  • Steelheads Swing for the Fences by Drafting Jack Hughes

    Steelheads Swing for the Fences by Drafting Jack Hughes

    Time will tell if the Mississauga Steelheads’ gamble in the OHL Draft will eventually pay off. With the eighth overall pick, they chose Jack Hughes, who would have easily been selected with the first overall pick had he not declared his intentions of playing with the US National Team Development Program next year.

    By: Iain Colpitts
    Posted: April 12, 2017

  • Sibling Duos No Anomaly in the CHL

    Sibling Duos No Anomaly in the CHL

    Hockey is a family sport, and over the years there have been too many great sets of brothers to count. Today, each junior league in the CHL has several pairs of brothers in its ranks. To satisfy geographic and logistic concerns, they often end up playing together on the same team.

    By: Kristopher Bras
    Posted: February 09, 2017

  • Teams Load Up at 2017 Trade Deadline for OHL Stretch Run

    Teams Load Up at 2017 Trade Deadline for OHL Stretch Run

    It’s only a matter of time before the big four stars acquired right before the OHL trade deadline start making an impact with the Western Conference heavyweights.

    By: Iain Colpitts
    Posted: January 14, 2017

  • Alex Nylander keeping it in the family

    Alex Nylander keeping it in the family

    It's not easy coaching your own kid. In minor hockey, for instance, if a coach has a child on the team they'll often delegate another member of the coaching staff to relay instructions to the player. After all, most children accept constructive criticism from other adults far more readily than from their own parents. 
    By: Mike Toth
    Posted: June 21, 2016

  • Beating Hockey Burnout

    Beating Hockey Burnout

    A football, a few baseball gloves and a pile of tennis balls. Not the collection of sports paraphernalia you might expect at a typical minor hockey practice. But with a lengthy season that seems to get longer every year, a coach sometimes has to shake things up to prevent tired young players from suffering a case of “hockey burnout.” 

    By: Mike Toth
    Posted: March 24, 2016


 

    

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