Burlington - May. 18, 2015: With the OHL season technically done (Memorial Cup starts May 22), it's time to shift our focus to the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. My final rankings are complete and I'll start releasing my top 50 after the Victoria Day weekend. As a precursor to that, I thought it would be fun to take a look at the players who have made the biggest jump in the rankings this year. Whether it be a strong finish to the regular season, a great push in the playoffs, or a big performance at the Under 18's, these guys completed their seasons the right way. And there's no question that scouts take notice of that. FULL STORY
Windsor - Oct. 17, 2014: Josh Ho-Sang scored two breakaway goals in his first game of the season, including the game winner, as the Windsor Spitfires outlasted the Saginaw Spirit, 8-5, at the WFCU Centre Thursday night. FULL STORY
Windsor - Dec. 6, 2013: Brody Milne's first goal as a member of the Windsor Spitfires was a memorable one; the game winner in a 5-2 victory over the Saginaw Spirit on Thursday night in front of 4,923 at the WFCU Centre. Acquired in the trade that sent Kerby Rychel and Nick Ebert on Tuesday, Milne also picked up an assist on Josh Ho-Sang's team-leading 16th of the season. FULL STORY
London - Sep. 3, 2013: London Knights General Manager Mark Hunter announced today that the team has traded overage defenseman Justin Sefton to the Saginaw Spirit. In return, the Knights receive Saginaw’s conditional 15th round pick in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection. FULL STORY
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