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   September 6, 2014 8:47 am    0

GUELPH STORM Coach/GM: Scott Walker/Mike Kelly 2013-14 finish: 52-12-2-2, 1st in Midwest Division, 1st in Western Conference Playoff finish: Won league championship, lost to Edmonton (WHL) in Memorial Cup final Key players: C Robby Fabbri (pictured at right – 45 goals, 42 assists, 87 points, plus-45, 14 power-play goals; St. Louis prospect), G Justin Nichols…


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OTTERS EXTRA: Check out the Memorial Cup schedule

   May 15, 2014 3:02 pm    0

Mastercard Memorial Cup schedule at Budweiser Gardens – London, Ontario  Friday – Val d’Or (QMJHL champion) vs. London (Host club), 7 p.m. Saturday – Guelph (OHL champion) vs. Edmonton (WHL champion), 4 p.m. Sunday – London vs. Edmonton, 7 p.m. Monday – Guelph vs. Val d’Or, 7 p.m. Tuesday – Edmonton vs. Val d’Or, 7…


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OTTERS EXTRA: Otters’ Brown, McDavid up for CHL awards

   May 9, 2014 11:43 am    0

Erie Otters Fs Connor Brown and Connor McDavid captured OHL awards. Now they have a chance to add CHL honors to their resume. The CHL announced today the finalists for 10 major awards that will be presented at the league’s annual Awards Ceremony on May 24 in London, Ontario. Brown, the OHL’s reigning Red Tilson…


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OTTERS EXTRA: Otters slip to 5th in CHL poll

   February 26, 2014 3:54 pm    0

The Erie Otters slipped another spot in the CHL top 10, as they stand fifth in the latest poll that was released today. The WHL’s Kelowna Rockets (49-9-0-4) remain No. 1, with Guelph (46-10-2-) at No. 2. London (42-12-1-4) rose to sixth from eighth, while Oshawa (39-16-0-5) moved onto the honorable-mention list. CHL top 10…


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OTTERS EXTRA: Otters slip to 4th in CHL top 10

   February 19, 2014 11:05 am    0

The Erie Otters dropped to 4th to 3rd in the latest CHL top 10 ranking, which was released today. Portland (43-12-2-3 in the WHL) moved ahead of the Otters, while Kelowna (46-8-0-4 in the WHL) and Guelph (44-9-2-1) remain Nos. 1 and 2, respectively. London (40-12-1-4) is still 8th, while Sault Ste. Marie (37-15-1-4) are…


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OTTERS EXTRA: Storm, Otters still 2nd and 3rd in CHL top 10

   February 12, 2014 6:05 pm    0

The top three in the CHL top 10 ranking remains the same this week, as the WHL’s Kelowna Rockets (44-8-0-4) and OHL rival Guelph Storm (41-9-2-1) and Erie Otters (41-10-2-0) remain 1-2-3. However, the rest of the list changed somewhat, with the London Knights (36-12-3-6) moving up one spot to eighth and Sault Ste. Marie…


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OTTERS EXTRA: Otters remain #2 behind Kelowna in CHL top 10

   January 15, 2014 4:19 pm    0

The Erie Otters (34-7-2-0) remain second in the latest CHL top 10 ranking, while the WHL’s Kelowna Rockets (36-5-0-2) hold onto the top spot. The Otters headline four OHL clubs on the list, followed by Guelph (32-8-2-1) at No. 3, London at No. 6 (28-9-1-4) and Sault Ste. Marie (29-10-1-4) at No. 10. Sudbury (24-10-3-4)…


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OTTERS UPDATE: Otters move up to 4th in CHL top 10

   November 13, 2013 1:01 pm    0

The Erie Otters (16-3-1-0) rose to fifth from fourth in the latest CHL top 10 ranking, which was released today. They are one of three OHL clubs in the top five, along with Guelph (15-3-1-0) and Sault Ste. Marie (15-2-0-2). The Otters face both teams in key Western Conference matchups this weekend. Here’s the complete…


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OTTERS UPDATE: Brown, McDavid & Pelech chosen to play in Subway Super Series

   October 30, 2013 7:26 am    0

Erie Otters forwards Connor Brown and Connor McDavid and defenseman Adam Pelech were selected to play for Team OHL in the two-game Subway Super Series. The games against the Russian National Junior Team will be played Nov. 21 at General Motors Centre in Oshawa, Ontario, and Nov. 25 at Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ontario….


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OTTERS EXTRA: OHL’s Knights, Frontenacs headline CHL top 10

   October 16, 2013 5:55 pm    0

The Erie Otters (7-2-1-0) aren’t in the CHL’s top 10 yet, but here’s who is… 1. Blaineville-Boisbriand (QMJHL) — 10-0-1-0 2. London (OHL) — 7-1-1-0 3. Spokane (WHL) — 8-2-0-0 4. Kingston (OHL) — 7-1-0-1 5. Medicine Hat (WHL) — 7-1-1-0 6. Seattle (WHL) — 8-2-0-0 7. Charlottetown (QMJHL) — 8-2-0-1 8. Guelph (OHL) —…


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