Erie Otters

The Erie Otters are a major junior ice hockey team based in Erie, Pennsylvania. They are a member of the Ontario Hockey League, one of only three American teams in the circuit. The team takes its name from the North American river otter, a semiaquatic mammal commonly found by Lake Erie.

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Robbie Ftorek - Coaching Career
... In October 2007, Ftorek was hired as the head coach of the Erie Otters of the Ontario Hockey League, replacing Peter Sidorkiewicz ... Ftorek led the Otters to a 15–34–4 record over their final 53 games as the team missed the playoffs for their third consecutive season ... In 2008–09, the Otters returned to the post-season as they improved to a 34–29–5 record, earning 73 points ...
2000–01 OHL Season - OHL Awards
... Ross Robertson Cup Ottawa 67's Hamilton Spectator Trophy Erie Otters Red Tilson Trophy Brad Boyes, Erie Otters Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy Kyle Wellwood, Belleville Bulls Matt Leyden Trophy Dave ... Michael's Majors Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy Joey Sullivan, Erie Otters William Hanley Trophy Brad Boyes, Erie Otters Leo Lalonde Memorial Trophy Randy Rowe, Belleville Bulls Bobby ...
Holody Trophy - Winners of The Hołody Trophy
... Knights 2003–04 London Knights 2002–03 Kitchener Rangers 2001–02 Erie Otters 2000–01 Erie Otters 1999–2000 Erie Otters 1998–99 Guelph Storm ...

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    Human beings will be happier—not when they cure cancer or get to Mars or eliminate racial prejudice or flush Lake Erie but when they find ways to inhabit primitive communities again. That’s my utopia.
    Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (b. 1922)