OHL’s Eastern Conference Getting More Competitive

Typically after the Trade Deadline, the Eastern Conference separates into a few different categories. You have the teams who are completely untouchable and you know will be playing in the third round at the very least. Then you have the teams who could get hot and go on a run, and then you have the… Continue reading OHL’s Eastern Conference Getting More Competitive

67’s Overcome Injuries To Beat Wolves

The Sudbury Wolves hosted the Ottawa 67's for the second time in the 2021-22 Ontario Hockey League season. A pair of teams battling for a playoff spot went toe to toe in a close game that was fast and physical the whole time. Ultimately, the 67's were the better team on the night and they… Continue reading 67’s Overcome Injuries To Beat Wolves

67’s Outlast Wolves to Earn Victory in Shootout

Unlike previous weeks where the Ottawa 67's of the Ontario Hockey League had weeks off between games, they were right back on the ice after beating the Peterborough Petes on Friday night. The game would be delayed shortly while the Sudbury Wolves overcame some bus troubles, but 30 minutes is nothing compared to the weeks… Continue reading 67’s Outlast Wolves to Earn Victory in Shootout

OHL Weekly Wrap Up: Tucker Tynan, COVID, & More

It was another slightly concerning week in the Ontario Hockey League with COVID-19 continuing to run its course with the Sudbury Wolves. Despite that, there were some big news stories to get to, and ones that could seriously alter the landscape of contending teams. Let's jump right into it. Tucker Tynan Traded to Greyhounds The… Continue reading OHL Weekly Wrap Up: Tucker Tynan, COVID, & More