Sunday Highlights: Rangers jump to first in Western Conference with comeback win
The Kitchener Rangers came back from a 3-0 deficit to edge the Guelph Storm 5-4 and jump to first place in the Western Conference.
Three Stars: January 19, 2020
Flint's Ty Dellandrea, Peterborough's Declan Chisholm and London's Connor McMichael are Sunday's OHL Three Stars.
Jan. 19/20 – GUE (4) – KIT (5)
Isaac Langdon scored twice and added an assist in the Rangers comeback 5-4 win over the Storm.
Jan. 19/20 – OTT (5) – OSH (3)
Jack Quinn added to his OHL lead in goals with his 35th, which was the game-winner in the 67's 5-3 win over the Generals.
Jan. 19/20 – NIAG (2) – PBO (9)
Zach Gallant and Declan Chisholm each had 2 goal, 2 assist games in the Petes 9-2 win over the IceDogs.
Jan. 19/20 – SAG (3) – WSR (5)
Pasquale Zito scored the game winner in the Spitfires 5-3 win over the Spirit.
Jan. 19/20 – ER (2) – LDN (6)
Connor McMichael recorded a hat-trick plus an assist in the Knights 6-2 2in over the Otters.
Jan. 19/20 – FLNT (8) – KGN (5)
Captain Ty Dellandrea had 2 goals and 3 assists in the Firebirds 8-5 win over the Frontenacs.
POTN - Chromiak Picks The Corner
Import Martin Chromiak receives the pass from rookie Shane Wright and picks the corner for the POTN.
Milestone Moments: January 19, 2020
London Knights rookie Max McCue scored his first OHL career goal on Sunday.
10 Takeaways from the 2020 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game
Ten takeaways from the 2020 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Hamilton.
Sting's McGregor becomes new club games played leader
Overage forward Ryan McGregor made Sarnia Sting history on Saturday, competing in his 268th career regular season game to set a new club record.
Saturday Highlights: Wolves ride big third period to road win
The Sudbury Wolves scored three third period goals to defeat the Sarnia Sting in one of eight Saturday matchups.
Three Stars: January 18, 2020
Ottawa 67's teammates Jack Quinn and Mitchell Hoelscher join Mississauga's Nicholas Canade as Saturday's OHL Three Stars.
Jan. 18/20 – SBY (5) – SAR (4)
Quinton Byfield scores one, adds three assists as the Sudbury Wolves snap a two game losing streak with a 5 - 4 win over the Sarnia Sting.
Jan. 18/20 – MISS (5) – BAR (2)
Nicholas Canade scored a hat trick plus an assist in the Steelheads 5-2 win over the Colts.
Jan. 18/20 – KIT (6) – GUE (3)
Florida Panthers prospect Greg Meireles scores twice, the Rangers earn points in heir 11th straight game.
Jan. 18/20 – ER (3) – WSR (4)
Dallas Stars prospect Curtis Douglas scores one, adds a helper as the Windsor Spitfires beat the Erie Otters 4 - 3.
Jan. 18/20 – SOO (1) – SAG (5)
DJ Busdeker scored twice and had an assist in the Spirit's 5-1 win over the Greyhounds.
Jan. 18/20 – FLNT (0) – PBO (2)
Hunter Jones made 30 saves for the shutout for the Petes 2-0 win over the Firebirds.
Jan. 18/20 – NB (3) – NIAG (1)
Luke Moncada scored a hat trick in the Battalion's 3-1 win over the IceDogs.
Jan. 18/20 – HAM (0) – OTT (5)
Jack Quinn scores his 3rd hat trick in the month of January, Will Cranley makes saves 27 to earn his 2nd shutout of the season.
POTN - Hawel's Handy Work
Kitchener Rangers forward Liam Hawel shows off his handy work against his former team to earn our play of the night.
#CHLKTP Sights & Sounds
Relive the OHL's finest moments from the 2020 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Hamilton.
OHL Announces Rescheduled Game Between Owen Sound and Oshawa
The Owen Sound Attack will host the Oshawa Generals on Monday, January 20th in a game rescheduled from Saturday night.
OHL Announces Rescheduled Game Between Kingston and Hamilton
The Kingston Frontenacs will host the Hamilton Bulldogs on Monday, January 20th in a game rescheduled from Friday night.
Patrick Kane's #88 retired in London
The London Knights raised Patrick Kane's #88 to the rafters of Budweiser Gardens on Friday.
Friday Highlights: Steelheads swimming up the Central
The Mississauga Steelheads are within four points of first place in the Central Division following a road win in one of eight Friday night contests.
Three Stars: January 17, 2020
Saginaw's Ryan Suzuki, Kitchener's Axel Bergkvist, and Erie's Maxim Golod are Friday's OHL Three Stars,