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Shane Wright and a closer look at the playoff picture Around The OHL Podcast

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 On this episode hosts Jake Jeffrey and Mike Stubbs are catching up with Kingston Frontenacs forward Shane Wright, who has done some very exceptional things in the league since he was granted exceptional status, allowing him to be drafted as a 15-year-old. His play this season has many hockey fans already looking forward to the 2022 NHL draft, where Wright will be one of, if not the top pick.

The guys also check in with Victor Findlay, who looks at come recent OHL grads playing university hockey in Canada as the USPORTS playoffs are right in the thick of things.  Findlay also calls games for the Mississauga Steelheads, so he sheds some light on the playoff picture in the Eastern Conference, and how it should be smooth sailing for the Ottawa 67’s.

Speaking of playoffs, Mike and Jake shares their thoughts on which path to the finals they would prefer, a relatively easy first three rounds where the teams wasn’t really battle tested, but is healthy for the finals. Or, a team that may be a bit beat up, but is operating on full cylinders after getting tested earlier in the playoffs.

Share your thoughts with the guys from Around the OHL, you can follow the show on Twitter and Instagram, and like us on Facebook.

 On this episode hosts Jake Jeffrey and Mike Stubbs are catching up with Kingston Frontenacs forward Shane Wright, who has done some very exceptional things in the league since he was granted exceptional status, allowing him to be drafted as a 15-year-old. His play this season has many hockey fans already looking forward to the 2022 NHL draft, where Wright will be one of, if not the top pick.

The guys also check in with Victor Findlay, who looks at come recent OHL grads playing university hockey in Canada as the USPORTS playoffs are right in the thick of things.  Findlay also calls games for the Mississauga Steelheads, so he sheds some light on the playoff picture in the Eastern Conference, and how it should be smooth sailing for the Ottawa 67’s.

Speaking of playoffs, Mike and Jake shares their thoughts on which path to the finals they would prefer, a relatively easy first three rounds where the teams wasn’t really battle tested, but is healthy for the finals. Or, a team that may be a bit beat up, but is operating on full cylinders after getting tested earlier in the playoffs.

Share your thoughts with the guys from Around the OHL, you can follow the show on Twitter and Instagram, and like us on Facebook.

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