The first weekend is in the books. Time to peer around the league for Monday's 10 Thoughts.
- Friday's Soo-Sudbury game was post-poned due to fog. When it resumed a day later, it was Paul Fixter's Wolves caught in the mist. The 'Hounds erupted for 10 goals, eight against former Rangers goalie Franky Palazzese.
Fixter to his lads: "I said to wake up, stop reading your press clippings and get back to work."
- Recently traded forward Josh Sterk is tied for second in the OHL scoring race with five points in two games.
- I thought Stan Butler's Battalion was a defence-first squad? Three of the OHL's top five scorers wear North Bay unis.
- Listowel's Roland McKeown is tied for the league lead in assists with four. Waterloo's Kyle Platzer had two goals in one game.
- Kitchener Rangers winger Darby Llewellyn's two goal start is promising, especially considering that it's his draft year (for the record, he's trying not to think about it).
- Goalie woes? Kitchener's Tyson Teichmann is third in OHL in GAA (2.00) and fourth in save percentage (.926).
- Never thought Oshawa would be 2-0 and Plymouth 0-2.
- Brace yourself, no other team in the OHL has had more shots in a game than the Kitchener Rangers (56), so far this season.
- The London Knights last in the Midwest Division? Might be the only time you see that all year. (Note, tied for last, only listed in basement due to OHL's alphabetical order. But I'm sure the rest of the league will take it).
- That being said, the Knights are the only team in the league yet to allow a goal.