OHL ends season

The OHL have finally put an end to the season in a decision that felt inevitable.

It’s been a lot of pushing back and hoping for the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), but the latest provincial shut down has forced their hand. They are done with stringing along players and fans, and have made a definitive decision to end their 2020-21 season. In an announcement recently they said, “Earlier this month the Ontario Hockey League and the Government of Ontario reached an agreement on a Return to Play plan for the League. However, the recently extended stay-at-home order, along with increasing cases of COVID-19 across the province, makes it impossible for the OHL to have a season.” It felt inevitable, but to be fair, the league itself was still holding out hope that there would be a season. OHL Commissioner David Branch spoke on how hard they…

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