OHL News – Radio Edition with host Terry Doyle and presented by Bauer returns for the 2018-19 regular season bringing fans insight from feature guests as well as news and notes from around the league each and every week over the airwaves.
This week’s segment features Dallas Stars prospect Curtis Douglas of the Windsor Spitfires who are in a battle for playoff positioning in the OHL’s Western Conference standings earning points in seven of their last 10 games as they hold onto the eighth seed.
An 18-year-old from Oakville, Ont., Douglas is playing in his third OHL season after being a fourth round pick by the Barrie Colts in the 2016 Priority Selection. He joined the Spitfires midway through last season and is currently third in team scoring tying his career-high with 22 goals along with 21 assists for 43 points through 57 games. The league’s biggest player at 6’9” and 250 lbs was chosen by the Stars in the fourth round of the 2018 NHL Draft.
Douglas chats with Doyle about the playoff race and how the team’s been playing the right way as of late, the messaging from the coaching staff, and the emotional game on Monday as the club remembered former captain Mickey Renaud. He also talks about adjusting to his massive frame, developing his game, and what it was like to be chosen by the Stars in Dallas on draft day.
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