- "On The Ice"
- Book by Bob Bowman. Published in London by Arthur Baker in 1937.
- "On Thin Ice"
- A 1999 film, described as a comedy drama. It starred Nicholle Tom and was
about an Olympic hockey player who dies and then returns to Earth as a
female figure skater!
- See Ontario National
Defence Hockey League
- See Ottawa National Defense Hockey League
- O'Neil, Jim (1913-1973)
- Born in Semans, Saskatchewan, Canada. Forward.
Club Career : Played for Boston Bruins
& Montreal Canadiens.
- O'Neil, Paul (1953- )
- Born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA. Forward.
International Career : Played for the USA
in the 1973 World Championship.
Club Career : Played for Vancouver
Canucks & Seattle Totems
1973-74, Seattle Totems 1974-75, Rochester
Americans 1975-76 (also one game for Boston Bruins),
Hampton Gulls 1976-77, Hampton
Gulls & San Diego Mariners
1977-78, Binghamton Dusters & San
Diego Hawks 1978-79 (also one game for Birmingham
Bulls), HC Saltzburg 1979-80 and Hampton
Aces & HC Saltzburg 1980-81.
- O'Neill, Brian (1929- )
- Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
- Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in
- O'Neill, Jeff (1976- )
- Born in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. Centre. Hartford
Whalers 1st pick (5th overall) in the 1994 NHL
International Career : Played for Canada
(Junior) in 1994-95.
Club Career : Played for Hartford
Whalers 1995-96, Hartford Whalers
& Springfield Falcons 1996-97, Carolina Hurricanes 1997-04
and Toronto Maple Leafs 2005- .
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 92
- O'Neill, Mike (1967- )
- Born in Lasalle, Quebec, Canada. Netminder.
Club Career : Played for Yale University 1985-89,
Tappara Tampere 1989-90, Fort Wayne Komets
& Moncton Hawks 1990-91, Winnipeg Jets (one game) &
Fort Wayne Komets & Moncton Hawks 1991-92,
Winnipeg Jets & Moncton Hawks
1992-93, Winnipeg Jets & Moncton Hawks
& Fort Wayne Komets 1993-94, Fort Wayne Komets
& Phoenix Roadrunners 1994-95,
Baltimore Bandits 1995-96, Anaheim Mighty Ducks (one game) &
Long Beach Ice Dogs 1996-97, Portland Pirates 1997-98, VSV
Villach 1998-99, Michigan K-Wings &
Long Beach Ice Dogs 1999-00 and Sheffield Steelers 2000- .
Medals : Won the Benson
and Hedges Cup in 2000.
- O'Neill, Tom (1923-?)
- Born in Deseronto, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing.
Club Career : Played for Toronto Maple Leafs
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in
- Ong, Pierre St (- )
Club Career : Played for KSF.
Honours : Denmark Player of the Year in 1970.
- On-Line Instruction for Goalies and Coaches
- An instructional web service developed by Stefan
Popa. Consists of three programmes - Drill of the Week, Game of the Week
Analysis and Goaltending Coordinator Programme. All programmes are personally instructed by Stefan Popa.
- Ono, Satomi (- )
- International Career : Played for Japan
(Women) in the 1998 Olympics.
- Onondaga County War Memorial
- Syracuse, New York, USA.
Home ice for : Syracuse
Capacity : 6,230
Ice pad size :
- Ontario Hockey Association [web
- The Association is responsible for Junior, Senior and Adult Recreation programs in the
Ontario Hockey Federation, except as assigned to the
Greater Toronto Hockey League
and Northern Ontario Hockey Association.
The Ontario Hockey Association league competition, which was first conested
in 1933-34, was renamed Ontario Hockey League after the 1980-81
- Ontario Hockey
Association Senior A League
- Ontario, Canada. Contested between 1909 and 1988.
- Ontario Hockey Federation [web
- North York (Toronto), Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1989. The Ontario Hockey Federation is the largest of thirteen Branch Associations of the
Canadian Hockey Association and one of three Ontario Branches. The other Branches in the province are
Northwestern Ontario Hockey Association
Ottawa District Hockey
Association. The Federation has more than 185,000 players on 11,000+ registered teams. There are also more than 25,000 coaches, trainers and officials who make hockey programs possible.
There are 7 Federation member partners who operate hockey programs within their area, under
Canadian Hockey Association and Federation
regulations - Greater Toronto Hockey League,
Northern Ontario Hockey Association,
Ontario Hockey Association, Ontario Hockey League,
Ontario Women’s Hockey Association,
Ontario Minor Hockey Association
& Minor Hockey Alliance of
Dr Allan Morris
- Ontario Hockey League [web
- One of the three Major Junior hockey leagues in Canada. Responsible for Major Junior Hockey programs in the
Ontario Hockey Federation and other areas as assigned by the
Canadian Hockey Association. Prior to the 1981-82
season the league was called the Ontario Hockey Association.
- Ontario Major Junior
- Contested 1971-81.
- Ontario Minor Hockey Association
- A member partner of the Ontario
Hockey Federation. Responsible for Minor Hockey programs in the areas of
Ontario not covered by the Greater Toronto Hockey League,
Northern Ontario Hockey Association
and Minor Hockey Alliance of
- Ontario National
Defence Hockey League
- Referred to as the ONDHL. Operated 1940-47. Also known as the OCHL.
- Ontario Professional
Hockey League (1907-11)
Founded in 1907. One of the first professional leagues. A major league.
Operated 1907-11. Known as the OPHL. The league where Newsy
Lalonde started his career.
The league started with four teams, grew to six teams for the second season
but finished with four teams in each of the last two seasons. The founding
members were - Berlin Dutchmen, Brantford
Indians, Guelph Professionals
& Toronto Professionals.
- Ontario Professional Hockey League (1930-31)
- Operated 1930-31. Known as the OPHL.
i. Teams : Galt
Terriers, Guelph Maple Leafs, Kitchener
Silverwoods, Niagara Falls
Cataracts, Oshawa Patricias & Stratford
ii. League Winners : Guelph
iii. Play-off Champions : Niagara
- Ontario Senior Hockey Association
- Known as the OHA-Sr.
- Ontario Women’s Hockey Association
- A member partner of the Ontario
Hockey Federation. Responsible for all Female Hockey programs in the Province of Ontario.