TORONTO, Ont. -- Some might be apt to call it the silly season. Whatever you want to make of it, there's been no shortage of off-season movement across the minor midget ranks in Ontario as teams look to gear up for one final run at minor hockey glory, capping it off with dreams of hoisting the coveted OHL Cup.
It may be a cliché to say, but the backbone of invariably most minor hockey teams is the goaltender position. With few exceptions, you can only go so far with average goaltending which is why it's no surprise to see the off-season carousel in full effect as teams have been poised to get the guy they want in between the pipes.
Today, we'll break down a number of off-season moves - including Tristan Lennox - our top-rated goaltender coming out of bantam who will also find himself wearing new colours this fall.
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