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  1. Grand Rapids Griffins Hotter Than Ever

    By Cody Hallett
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    With 41 games played into the season, we can now say that the Detroit Red Wings AHL affiliate team Grand Rapids Griffins are for real. This article will focus on team stats along with individual player stats and with the struggle of the Griffins constantly being called up and sent down courtesy of the NHL team the Red Wings.

    Having a record of 27-11-1-2 does not come easy in the AHL. The team deals with hectic travel schedules ...
  2. Kingston Frontenacs Season is Slipping Away

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ID:	1506By Cody Hallett
    After yet another slew of unsuccessful games the Kingston Frontenacs have now dropped five straight games in a row. The decline all started happening after the Fronts defeated Eastern Conference rivals the Oshawa Generals by the score of nine to four on Friday, January 10th, 2014. The Frontenacs looked mighty impressive during that game as forward's Darcy Greenaway and Corey Pawley recorded four points each, followed by Samuel Bennett, Robert Polesello ...
  3. Breakingdown the OHL Trade Deadline

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    By Cody Hallett

    In this article I will be talking about newly acquired players that joined new OHL clubs and how they did in their first weekend with their new team. I will go as far back as Wednesday of last week when the Oshawa Generals made the first move when they got forward Dylan Smoskowitz from the Mississauga Steelheads in exchange for a 2nd round pick in 2016.

    First I will talk about Smoskowitz. It was a great pick up for ...
  4. Why the Washington Capitals Should Resign Mikhail Grabovski

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    By Cody Hallett
    In the summer of 2013 the Washington Capitals signed former Toronto Leafs forward Mikhail Grabovski to a one year deal worth $3 million. The Leafs were pretty much done with Grabovski as his production level after the 2010 season went down and his compete level followed. He had a major difference of opinion with Head Coach Randy Carlyle the Leafs exercised one of their compliance buyouts oh him only one year after signing him to a five year ...

    Updated 01-14-2014 at 17:55 by Coach Pharling

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