Connor Ryckman is once again a workhorse goaltender this season. But the Wellington Dukes’ 20-year-old puckstopper is certainly accustomed to this role at this point of his junior career.
The stars were out in Cornwall on Jan. 25. That would be many of the top Junior A hockey stars. They came to the eastern Ontario city to participate in the annual Canadian Junior Hockey League’s Prospects Game.
Jett Alexander’s 2016-17 hockey campaign has been drastically different than he had originally envisioned. Though he has not played a ton, the 17-year-old puckstopper has been rather impressive when he has been called upon – for a pair of Ontario Junior Hockey League squads.
Spencer Hyman would eventually love to follow in the footsteps of his older brother Zach and make it to the National Hockey League. But at the moment he’s in no hurry to get there.
The Oakville Blades already had something to celebrate even before the puck dropped on the 2016-17 campaign. This season marks the 50th anniversary of operations for the Ontario Junior Hockey League franchise.
1) ISS Hockey Releases May Top 31 Rankings for 2018 NHL Draft
2) Chilliwack Chiefs win 2018 RBC Cup on Home Ice
3) Ontario Hockey Association Announces 2017-18 Prospects
4) 2018 Memorial Cup
5) Meet Matthew Savoie, the NAX Forward Taking the CSSHL by Storm