Late start to OHL season leaves little room to make an impression

It will be a unique rookie season for Ottawa 67’s player Steven LaForme when the season begins in December. (Submitted Photo)

By Josh Giles Writer The Ontario Hockey League (OHL) recently announced that they plan on beginning their season on December 1, 2020 and will follow the season all the way to April as usual. It was an expected delay for the league, but the only down side of it is that teams will only have camps for a week before the season starts. This leaves a small window for some people to make a team, and for players like Steven LaForme who will certainly be on the Ottawa 67’s fighting for a good spot in the lineup. “I’m going to have to show up in camp to help the team determine my spot,” said LaForme. It’s a different experience, and entering his rookie season, it will be a challenge to…

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