Found December 07, 2011 on
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By Todd Cordell (@ToddCordell)
I stated in my most recent article here at TheHockeyGuys that I would try and get more pieces up for you all to provide you with better OHL coverage, so that’s what I intend to do. Here’s the latest news pieces, notes and scuttlebutt from around the OHL.
Greg McKegg could be on the move
Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Greg McKegg could be on the move to a contending team sooner than later. The Erie Otters are currently sitting dead last in the OHL with a 3-24-1 record in 28 games. They’re dead last in the OHL in goals for, and dead last in goals against. They’re also 11 points behind the Kingston Frontenacs, who are second last in the OHL, and 23 points out of the 8th and final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
There’s no doubt they’re a rebuilding team, so the talk is they will move their best player in McKegg for a ‘future orientated package’.
Petes not looking for help on D
Recently Peterborough Petes defenseman Sla...
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