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THN On The 'O': Blockbusters In Bloom and Montreal Prospects

Tony Ferrari and Brock Otten discuss the latest trades in the OHL, analyze Montreal Canadiens prospects in the OHL and more.
Josh Bloom

Josh Bloom was traded to the North Bay Battalion on Wednesday.

It’s episode 5 of The Hockey News On The ’O’ Podcast. Hosts Brock Otten and Tony Ferrari discuss the Ontario Hockey League every week, bringing you the best coverage of the OHL from two of the baldest and brightest in the game.

This week, Tony and Brock go through a big news week in the OHL including the Brennan Othmann trade to Peterborough and Josh Bloom heading to North Bay. 

The guys also welcome Carol Schram from The Hockey News On The 'Dub' Podcast to discuss the OHLers at the U-17s last week.

Tony and Brock also go through the Montreal Canadiens prospect pool in the OHL, featuring Owen Beck and Filip Mesar. 

They cap off the week with a look at their three stars of the week highlighted by Deni Goure and Pavel Mintyukov.

Check out more of our podcasts from the last week:

- The Hockey News Podcast: Apologizing to NHL Coaches

- The Hockey News On The 'Dub': WHL Trades and Nashville Predators Prospects (Team profile: Nashville Predators)

- The Hockey News On The 'Q': LA Kings Players from the QMJHL (Team profile: Los Angeles Kings)

- The Hockey News American Pipeline Podcast: Islanders Prospects and Merrimack (Team profile: New York Islanders)

- The Hockey News On The 'A': Logan Shaw and Flames Prospects (Team profile: Calgary Flames)

- The Hockey News On The 'O': Kai Schwindt Among Florida's OHL Prospects (Team profile: Florida Panthers)

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