Ryan McLeod

Ryan McLeod, drafted 40th overall in 2018 to the Edmonton Oilers, has been a solid leader for the Mississauga Steelheads.  At 19 years of age, he's one of the older players on the team, with three other 1998 born players being the eldest, including captain Cole Carter.  He's done well so far, tallying 26 points... Continue Reading →

Curtis Douglas

Curtis Douglas, pictured here in a Barrie Colts' uniform, is now with the Windsor Spitfires.  He was originally drafted into the CHL by the Barrie Colts in the fourth round.  This very same draft saw Ryan Merkley go first overall to the Guelph Storm.  If I were a betting man, I'd guess that Curtis ranks among... Continue Reading →

Isaac Ratcliffe

Signed 6'6" Flyers prospect, Isaac Ratcliffe, signed this hockey card as a member of the team he currently players for, the Guelph Storm.  He was drafted by the Storm back in 2015 and hopefully will stay with the club for the remainder of his CHL career.  A draft which featured other NHL picks such as... Continue Reading →

Matthew Strome

Matthew Strome comes from a line of brothers which most (or all) NHL fans are aware of.  Ryan (Edmonton Oilers) and Dylan (Arizon Coyotes) Strome are Matthew's older brothers and have been playing in the NHL for at least a couple of years now.  Doesn't look like Matthew and the other two will see each... Continue Reading →

Ivan Lodnia

Ivan Lodnia, who goes by the nickname of "Vanya", was acquired by the Niagra IceDogs this past CHL offseason in exchange for Danial Singer, and a conditional 5th round pick in 2019 (from Kingston).  He had done well with the Erie Otters, scoring 116 points in 2 seasons.  This season, he's scored 16 points in 15... Continue Reading →

Brady Hinz

In back to back posts about Peterborough Petes, we bring Brady Hinz into the mix. As you can see, he's depicted in a Sarnia Sting jersey, the team that drafted him 52nd overall in 2016.  He played for the Sting for 101 games before being traded to the Petes in January 2018. So far, he's... Continue Reading →

Matthew Struthers

The tough part about getting these CHL Upper Deck hockey cards signed is the fact that many of these players.. I haven't had a chance to watch!  I'll have to figure out a way to at least catch highlights of these players, like Matthew Struthers, so I'll know who some of them are by the... Continue Reading →

Nicholas Porco

As you may have noticed, there are a ton of CHL players that I'll be featuring - this time it's Nicholas Porco.  It's great that the young players in hockey are willing to sign for fans, especially when they stretch all over the continent.  In fact, all over the world, players are willing to sign,... Continue Reading →

Tye Felhaber

I don't actually know much about Tye Felhaber but am excited to learn a little about him through the writing of this blog post. Obviously Tye had played for the 67s but was originally drafted by the Saginaw Spirit in the 1st round.  He went 10th overall in a 2014 OHL draft has already developed... Continue Reading →

Richard Panik

It's definitely been a while since my last update, and I should really try to update more often! This is great return from Richard Panik. He currently is playing in the AHL, on Tampa Bay's affiliate team as he was originally drafted by the Lightning. Thanks for the auto Richard!

Brendan Gaunce

Brendan Gaunce, the newest member of the Canucks organization being the 1st round draft pick.  He was slated to be picked roughly in the 13th position and was rated the top Canadian forward.  He is currently the captain of the Belleville Bulls and will be relied heavily upon this season.  Good luck Brendan!

Brendan Gaunce

Brendan Gaunce currently plays for the Belleville Bulls and is slated to be a 2012 draft pick.  In the 2009/10 season, Brendan racked up 148 points in 86 games.  He'll be looked as one of the offensive leaders for the Bulls when they play again this year.  He was the second overall pick in the... Continue Reading →

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