The OHL 2023-24 Season Preview: Who will join Saginaw at the Memorial Cup?

The start of the 2023-24 OHL season is just around the corner, and it already feels as though there’s a changing of the guard.

The reigning champion Peterborough Petes will look completely different this season, even if overagers Connor Lockhart return. Most of their offence has left the building and a rebuild seems inevitable.

Graduations to pro hockey haven’t just affected the Petes, though. The Eastern Conference champion Ottawa 67s will look very different too, without Logan Morrison, Pavel Mintyukov, Tyler Boucher, and Vinzenz Rohrer. Meanwhile, the Barrie Colts need to replace nearly all of their top scorers, from Ethan Cardwell and Evan Vierling up front to Brandt Clarke on the backend. Out west, the Sarnia Sting will have to adjust to lesser expectations, as five regulars from their

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