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End of the OHL Season: One Down, Two to Go...

1 Down… 2 To Go 
By: Brandon Sudeyko

There are just 2 game nights left in the OHL regular season now. Or to be exact, one game night and one mid-afternoon day left in the OHL Regular Season now.
And with the close of Friday night action what do we now know??? 

Western Conference
In the west… we know really only one playoff matchup. Well two. But the other we don’t know who home is going to be. so here is an unsophisticated breakdown of the west right now…

What we do know is that the 3rd seed KIT Rangers will play the PLY Whalers who are 6th. The other thing we know is that Erie and Windsor will play each other but we do not know who is 4th and who is 5th.

SO as per the unsophisticated rules of the breakdown here is what I believe will happen in each Western Conference playoff scenario with no explanation.

(1) Owen Sound Attack vs. (8) London Knights – Owen Sound in 6 OR
(1) Owen Sound Attack vs. (8) Guelph Storm – Owen Sound in 5

(2) Saginaw Spirit vs. (7) London Knights – Saginaw in 7 OR
(2) Saginaw Spirit vs. (7) Guelph Storm – Saginaw in 5

(3) Kitchener Rangers vs. (6) Plymouth Whalers – Plymouth in 6

(4) Erie Otters vs. (5) Windsor Spitfires – Erie in 5 OR
(4) Windsor Spitfires vs. (5) Erie Otters – Erie in 6

That is the West…

Eastern Conference 

In the East… things are slightly easier right now. Ok it really isn’t the only thing is that you know who has Home Ice for the first round. So lets unscientifically breakdown all the possibilities.

(1) Mississauga Majors vs. (8) BEL Bulls/PBO Petes – Mississauga in 5

(2) Ottawa 67’s vs. (7) Sudbury Wolves – Sudbury in 7 OR
(2) Ottawa 67’s vs. (7) Brampton Battalion – Ottawa in 5

(3) Niagara IceDogs vs. (6) Brampton Battalion – Niagara in 7 OR
(3) Niagara IceDogs vs. (6) Sudbury Wolves – Niagara in 7 OR
(3) Niagara IceDogs vs. (6) Kingston Frontenacs – Niagara in 6

(4) Oshawa Generals vs. (5) Kingston Frontenacs – Oshawa in 7 OR
(4) Oshawa Generals vs. (5) Brampton Battalion – Oshawa in 5

and that is the east.

Still, nothing can be set in stone but those are my BS answers to who I think can win out of the first round. If you are asking why no explanation… can you not see how many scenarios there are… I will keep these and I will expand when each opponent is final. It will be up by Monday I promise… maybe Tuesday.

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