Top Ten: My Favourite Images of the 2017/2018 OJHL Season

Photographing Ontario Junior Hockey League games over the 2017/2018 season has been a blast!

After sifting through many of the images I captured, I managed to find ten of my favorites from the year…

Have a look below!

#10

Ontario Junior Hockey League, post-season first round. Game five of the best of seven series between the Toronto Jr. Canadiens and Oakville Blades

OAKVILLE, ON – MAR 9, 2018: Ontario Junior Hockey League, post-season first round. Game five of the best of seven series between the Toronto Jr. Canadiens and Oakville Blades, players prepare to take the ice before the start of the first period.

#9

Ontario Junior Hockey League, Buckland Cup Championship Series. Game three between the Wellington Dukes and Georgetown Raiders

GEORGETOWN, ON – APR. 17, 2018: Ontario Junior Hockey League, Buckland Cup Championship Series. Game three between the Wellington Dukes and Georgetown Raiders, Ben Evans #14 of the Wellington Dukes and Jaden Condotta #40 of the Georgetown Raiders battle for the puck during the second period.

#8

Ontario Junior Hockey League, post-season second round. Game six of the best of seven series between the Toronto Patriots and Oakville Blades

OAKVILLE, ON – MAR. 23, 2018: Ontario Junior Hockey League, post-season second round. Game six of the best of seven series between the Toronto Patriots and Oakville Blades, Bailey Newton #20 of the Oakville Blades celebrates with Spenser Kersten #77 of the Oakville Blades after scoring a game-winning goal during the third period.

#7

Ontario Junior Hockey League, South West Conference Championship Series. Game seven of the best of seven series between the Georgetown Raiders and the Toronto Patriots

TORONTO, ON – APR 10, 2018: Ontario Junior Hockey League, South West Conference Championship Series. Game seven of the best of seven series between the Georgetown Raiders and the Toronto Patriots, the Georgetown Raiders lift the South-West Conference banner after a victory against the Toronto Patriots.

#6

Ontario Junior Hockey League, South West Conference Championship Series. Game seven of the best of seven series between the Georgetown Raiders and the Toronto Patriots

TORONTO, ON – APR. 10, 2018: Ontario Junior Hockey League, South West Conference Championship Series. Game seven of the best of seven series between the Georgetown Raiders and the Toronto Patriots, Andrew Cordssen-David #7 of the Georgetown Raiders celebrates a goal scored with Zac Elson #4 of the Georgetown Raiders during the first period.

#5

Ontario Junior Hockey League game between the Georgetown Raiders and the Whitby Fury

GEORGETOWN, ON – JAN. 31, 2018: Ontario Junior Hockey League game between the Georgetown Raiders and the Whitby Fury, Brendan D’Agostino #18 of the Georgetown Raiders catches a flying puck during the second period.

#4

Ontario Junior Hockey League, post-season second round. Game six of the best of seven series between the Toronto Patriots and Oakville Blades

OAKVILLE, ON – MAR 23, 2018: Ontario Junior Hockey League, post-season second round. Game six of the best of seven series between the Toronto Patriots and Oakville Blades, Andrew McIntyre #72 of the Oakville Blades shouts out the starting line-ups in the locker room before the start of the first period.

#3

Ontario Junior Hockey League, post-season second round. Game six of the best of seven series between the Toronto Patriots and Oakville Blades

OAKVILLE, ON – MAR. 23, 2018: Ontario Junior Hockey League, post-season second round. Game six of the best of seven series between the Toronto Patriots and Oakville Blades, Lee Lapid #8 of the Toronto Patriots fist-bumps a young fan prior to the start of the third period.

#2

Canadian Junior Hockey League, Prospects Game 2018

MISSISSAUGA, ON – JAN. 23, 2018: Canadian Junior Hockey League, Prospects Game 2018, Jett Alexander #1 of CJHL Prospect Team East looks down prior to pre-game warm-ups.

#1

TORONTO, ON – OCT. 15, 2017: Ontario Junior Hockey League game between the Toronto Patriots and Orangeville Flyers, John Dean Head Coach of the Toronto Patriots speaks to his players before they take the ice.

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