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Vernon Morning Star
'It was a great thing for Vernon'was about to be made. Armstrong, then 13, had ventured in from his home on Gui
'It was a great thing for Vernon'
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 3 hours ago
was about to be made. Armstrong, then 13, had ventured in from his home on Guildford Court in Coldstream to watch his hockey heroes, the Vernon Canadians, take on the Chatham Maroons of Ontario in Game 5 of the Allan Cup Canadian Senior hockey... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Oilers centre Connor McDavid feels for projected first overall draft pick Auston Matthewscall prior to catching the plane to Prague for a camp and pre-tournament game p
Oilers centre Connor McDavid feels for projected first overall draft pick Auston Matthews
Calgary Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
call prior to catching the plane to Prague for a camp and pre-tournament game prior to heading to Russia for the IIHF World Championship. “It’s not fun. “It’s stressful. “It’s upsetting.” McDavid said the maddening, exasperating experience of... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Top-ranked prospect Auston Matthews has been high on hockey world’s radarsThe so-called Valley of the Sun is hardly a hotbed for highly-touted hockey pro
Top-ranked prospect Auston Matthews has been high on hockey world’s radars
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
The so-called Valley of the Sun is hardly a hotbed for highly-touted hockey prospects. So Brad Treliving — at the time, stationed in the southwest as the assistant general manager of the Arizona Coyotes — knew immediately which youngster his captain... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Luck of the NHL lottery draw: NHL Entry Draft’s top eight prospectsFingers crossed. The Calgary Flames have never scored a top-three selection at
Luck of the NHL lottery draw: NHL Entry Draft’s top eight prospects
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
Fingers crossed. The Calgary Flames have never scored a top-three selection at the National Hockey League Entry Draft, but that could change with a bit of lottery luck on Saturday. The Flames, thanks to their 26th-place pegging in the overall... Read more
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The Sault Star
Perlini calls IceDogs hot streak 'awesome'There are many around the Ontario Hockey League who would likely say they're su
Perlini calls IceDogs hot streak 'awesome'
The Sault Star / Posted 9 hours ago
There are many around the Ontario Hockey League who would likely say they're surprised. But don't count Sault native Brendan Perlini among them. The Niagara IceDogs left-winger is taking his team's 10-game playoff win streak, and the spot its... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Ruff, Hitchcock renew old rivalry in Blues vs. Stars seriesend, was running on fumes and grit, sore about being asked, essentially, to apo
Ruff, Hitchcock renew old rivalry in Blues vs. Stars series
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 hours ago
end, was running on fumes and grit, sore about being asked, essentially, to apologize for the circumstances of the Stars’ championship, fired back at Ruff’s allegation that Dallas’ win was tainted by league incompetence. “Tell Lindy to f--- off,”... Read more
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The Sault Star
T-Birds Caruso: 'It was the right decision'each other following a four-game sweep – including the final two wins on the ro
T-Birds Caruso: 'It was the right decision'
The Sault Star / Posted 12 hours ago
each other following a four-game sweep – including the final two wins on the road -- in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League championship series. Caruso remembers looking down the line of Soo players and “wondering who was going to win... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Matthews' unusual road to NHL will wind up in traditional marketpath for a potential first overall pick to take, but Auston Matthews can start
Matthews' unusual road to NHL will wind up in traditional market
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
path for a potential first overall pick to take, but Auston Matthews can start thinking about life in a traditional hockey market with Saturday’s draft lottery approaching. When the lottery balls start dropping, there are 45% odds the first... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Wranglers win Western Canadian title100 Mile House Free Press With the Keystone Cup Western Canadian Championship
Wranglers win Western Canadian title
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
100 Mile House Free Press With the Keystone Cup Western Canadian Championship on the line and the score knotted at two between the AGI Insurance Quakers and the 100 Mile House Wranglers, and going into overtime, Wranglers coach Dale “Duner” Hladun... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
IceDogs figure it outThe Niagara IceDogs fooled us all. The IceDogs came into the 2015/16 Ontario H
IceDogs figure it out
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 15 hours ago
The Niagara IceDogs fooled us all. The IceDogs came into the 2015/16 Ontario Hockey League season with high expectations. Thanks to a talented roster of veterans along with a handful of promising prospects, the IceDogs were ranked No. 3 in the... Read more
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Welland Tribune
IceDogs figure it outThe Niagara IceDogs fooled us all. The IceDogs came into the 2015/16 Ontario H
IceDogs figure it out
Welland Tribune / Posted 15 hours ago
The Niagara IceDogs fooled us all. The IceDogs came into the 2015/16 Ontario Hockey League season with high expectations. Thanks to a talented roster of veterans along with a handful of promising prospects, the IceDogs were ranked No. 3 in the... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
IceDogs figure it outThe Niagara IceDogs fooled us all. The IceDogs came into the 2015/16 Ontario H
IceDogs figure it out
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 15 hours ago
The Niagara IceDogs fooled us all. The IceDogs came into the 2015/16 Ontario Hockey League season with high expectations. Thanks to a talented roster of veterans along with a handful of promising prospects, the IceDogs were ranked No. 3 in the... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Okanagan Hockey Group hires first female varsity coachChristina Sharun is the first head coach of the Okanagan Hockey Academy Female
Okanagan Hockey Group hires first female varsity coach
Penticton Western News / Posted 17 hours ago
Christina Sharun is the first head coach of the Okanagan Hockey Academy Female Varsity team. Okanagan Hockey Group vice-president Dixon Ward made the announcement Wednesday. "OHA is excited to have Christina take on the head coaching role of our... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Brandon used as inspiration for Memorial CupMay. RED DEER, Alta. — The Memorial Cup is being hosted in a mid-sized Prairie
Brandon used as inspiration for Memorial Cup
Brandon Sun / Posted 21 hours ago
May. RED DEER, Alta. — The Memorial Cup is being hosted in a mid-sized Prairie city with a perpetually competitive Western Hockey League franchise. The event will be held almost entirely under one roof of a multi-use facility in a province that... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Wheat KingsCupRED DEER, Alta. — The Memorial Cup is being hosted in a mid-sized Prairie ci
Wheat Kings
Brandon Sun / Posted 23 hours ago
CupRED DEER, Alta. — The Memorial Cup is being hosted in a mid-sized Prairie city with a perpetually competitive Western Hockey League franchise. The event will be held almost entirely under one roof of a multi-use facility in a province that... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Brandon used as inspiration for Memorial CupRED DEER, Alta. — The Memorial Cup is being hosted in a mid-sized Prairie city
Brandon used as inspiration for Memorial Cup
Brandon Sun / Posted 23 hours ago
RED DEER, Alta. — The Memorial Cup is being hosted in a mid-sized Prairie city with a perpetually competitive Western Hockey League franchise. The event will be held almost entirely under one roof of a multi-use facility in a province that hasn’t... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Cold relations between CWHL, NWHL get icier in trademark disputeTensions are escalating between two rival women's hockey organizations, as the
Cold relations between CWHL, NWHL get icier in trademark dispute
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
Tensions are escalating between two rival women's hockey organizations, as the Canadian Women's Hockey League is challenging the National Women's Hockey League's rights to the trademark "NWHL" in Canada. A CWHL spokesperson confirmed the challenge... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Alberta curling skip Kevin Park hopes to return to BrierKevin Park found inspiration in what happened at the Ontario men’s curling cham
Alberta curling skip Kevin Park hopes to return to Brier
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
Kevin Park found inspiration in what happened at the Ontario men’s curling championship Sunday. At an age that would put him three years into senior play, 53-year-old Glenn Howard pulled off a last-shot, 6-5 win over 32-year-old John Epping in... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Women’s hockey leagues in trademark dispute over rights to ‘NWHL’Tensions are escalating between two rival women’s hockey organizations, as the
Women’s hockey leagues in trademark dispute over rights to ‘NWHL’
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
Tensions are escalating between two rival women’s hockey organizations, as the Canadian Women’s Hockey League is challenging the National Women’s Hockey League’s rights to the trademark “NWHL” in Canada. A CWHL spokesperson confirmed the challenge... Read more
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The Sault Star
T-Birds believe margin of error is smallin Kirkland Lake, is over in just five days. Which means there are few sure th
T-Birds believe margin of error is small
The Sault Star / Posted yesterday
in Kirkland Lake, is over in just five days. Which means there are few sure things when it comes to crowning the Central Canadian Jr. A champion. “A lot can happen in a short tournament,” Jordan Smith said Wednesday, as his team got ready for... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Cold relations between women's hockey leagues get icier in trademark disputeCALGARY - Tensions are escalating between two rival women's hockey organization
Cold relations between women's hockey leagues get icier in trademark dispute
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
CALGARY - Tensions are escalating between two rival women's hockey organizations, as the Canadian Women's Hockey League is challenging the National Women's Hockey League's rights to the trademark "NWHL" in Canada. A CWHL spokesperson confirmed the... Read more
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Kootenay Advertiser
KIJHL: Dynamiters veterans reflect on end of eraJerry Bancks retiring to general manager Mike Reid stepping aside and taking ov
KIJHL: Dynamiters veterans reflect on end of era
Kootenay Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Jerry Bancks retiring to general manager Mike Reid stepping aside and taking over the Midget AA program in Cranbrook, the hockey operations department will see a serious overhaul before the next puck drops this fall. While the team enters a new... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Rural Roundup - April 27, 2016Desrosiers’ taffy stand where he uses snow to cool the syrup into a sticky taff
Rural Roundup - April 27, 2016
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
Desrosiers’ taffy stand where he uses snow to cool the syrup into a sticky taffy. » Neepawa Banner • The history of minor hockey in Neepawa is being explored in a new book by Rick Sparling, who previously authored “The History of Public School... Read more
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The Sault Star
T-Birds Jeffries, Grandinetti win top honoursBrett Jeffries has been lauded by players and coaches alike this season. After
T-Birds Jeffries, Grandinetti win top honours
The Sault Star / Posted 2 days ago
Brett Jeffries has been lauded by players and coaches alike this season. After leading the local Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League team to its second straight league championship (the Copeland Cup-McNamara Trophy), on the weekend, Jeffries... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Chilliwack Chiefs coach reflects on 2015-16 BCHL journeyparticularly disappointing (as a coach) because you want your players to feel t
Chilliwack Chiefs coach reflects on 2015-16 BCHL journey
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
particularly disappointing (as a coach) because you want your players to feel that,” said Tatarnic, a three-time Maritime Hockey League champ guiding the Woodstock Slammers. “I think I’m probably more disappointed losing this year than I was when... Read more
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Nelson Star
Selkirk College golf instructor reaches new heightsthis time it will also be as a professional golfer. Kucher is a former Selkirk
Selkirk College golf instructor reaches new heights
Nelson Star / Posted 2 days ago
this time it will also be as a professional golfer. Kucher is a former Selkirk College student and member of the Saints hockey team during its recent dynasty when he helped secure British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League championship in... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Floorball for better hockeyFloorball fanatics believe the sport can make Canada's favourite game — hockey
Floorball for better hockey
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 2 days ago
Floorball fanatics believe the sport can make Canada's favourite game — hockey — even better. And, next week, Belleville sports fans can see for themselves. Belleville plays host to the first-ever International Floorball Federation world... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Bryan Trottier is your daddy's Jonathan Toewsyears at centre ice are still under-appreciated outside of Long Island. Maybe
Bryan Trottier is your daddy's Jonathan Toews
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 2 days ago
years at centre ice are still under-appreciated outside of Long Island. Maybe it's because the teams he won with were not Canadian or weren't so rich in history, until he arrived. Or that, while a leader of the highest degree, he wasn't captain.... Read more
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TSN
Blues figure out 'Hawks in Game 7 thrillerTSN Senior Hockey Reporter ST. LOUIS - Ken Hitchcock said it was like watching
Blues figure out 'Hawks in Game 7 thriller
TSN / Posted 2 days ago
TSN Senior Hockey Reporter ST. LOUIS - Ken Hitchcock said it was like watching mini-golf, if only there were 19,935 frothing fans and a handful of jobs hanging on Troy Brouwer knocking in a five-footer with Corey Crawford scrambling to be the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Westman athletes win Sport Manitoba awardsfor the second straight year. Onyshko competed at the Pan American Games, where
Westman athletes win Sport Manitoba awards
Brandon Sun / Posted 2 days ago
for the second straight year. Onyshko competed at the Pan American Games, where she was part of the silver-medal winning Canadian team and placed sixth all-around and eighth on uneven bars individually. She also helped Canada place seventh at the... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
golf, lacrosse, hockey, swimminground in the fall and 77 in the spring. McKinlay led Wayne State at the Great
golf, lacrosse, hockey, swimming
Chatham Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
round in the fall and 77 in the spring. McKinlay led Wayne State at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship last week by tying for 31st overall with rounds of 74, 79 and 78 to finish at 15 over. The Warriors tied for... Read more
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TSN
Blues finally figure out 'Hawks in Game 7 thrillerTSN Senior Hockey Reporter ST. LOUIS — Ken Hitchcock said it was like watching
Blues finally figure out 'Hawks in Game 7 thriller
TSN / Posted 3 days ago
TSN Senior Hockey Reporter ST. LOUIS — Ken Hitchcock said it was like watching mini-golf, if only there were 19,935 frothing fans and a handful of jobs hanging on Troy Brouwer knocking in a five-footer with Corey Crawford scrambling to be the... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Ice Cats 'earned' Esso CupThe moment the final buzzer sounded in Weyburn, Sask., on Saturday, the Brantfo
Ice Cats 'earned' Esso Cup
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 3 days ago
The moment the final buzzer sounded in Weyburn, Sask., on Saturday, the Brantford Ice Cats were the 2016 Esso Cup midget Canadian female hockey champions. However, it took some time for the accomplishment to sink in for coach Garth Rickwood. As the... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Jost named top forward at World U18 hockey championshipcredit: Submitted graphic Penticton Vees graduating forward Tyson Jost was nam
Jost named top forward at World U18 hockey championship
Penticton Western News / Posted 3 days ago
credit: Submitted graphic Penticton Vees graduating forward Tyson Jost was named the Top Forward at the World Under-18 Hockey Championship, in Grand Forks, N.D. Jost was also named to the tournament All-Star team voted on by the accredited... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Local stars enshrined in hall of fameGill. "Some of the most important years of my life were spent in Orillia." Ley
Local stars enshrined in hall of fame
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 3 days ago
Gill. "Some of the most important years of my life were spent in Orillia." Ley, recalling his early days playing Y's Men hockey and with the Byers' Bulldozers midgets, said the foundation for his future NHL and WHA success was laid in... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Local stars enshrined in hall of fameGill. "Some of the most important years of my life were spent in Orillia." Ley
Local stars enshrined in hall of fame
Barrie Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
Gill. "Some of the most important years of my life were spent in Orillia." Ley, recalling his early days playing Y's Men hockey and with the Byers' Bulldozers midgets, said the foundation for his future NHL and WHA success was laid in... Read more
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BC Local News
KIJHL: Dynamiters veterans reflect on end of eraJerry Bancks retiring to general manager Mike Reid stepping aside and taking ov
KIJHL: Dynamiters veterans reflect on end of era
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
Jerry Bancks retiring to general manager Mike Reid stepping aside and taking over the Midget AA program in Cranbrook, the hockey operations department will see a serious overhaul before the next puck drops this fall. While the team enters a new... Read more
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The Sault Star
Difficult week for T-Birds head coachthe kids to learn more about each other. This way, they see another side of the
Difficult week for T-Birds head coach
The Sault Star / Posted 4 days ago
the kids to learn more about each other. This way, they see another side of their teammates.” Friday, prior to the T-Birds championship-clinching victory over the Kirkland Lake Gold Miners, Smith had with him a picture of his uncle, Randy... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Sports Breaking Newsin a six-goal first period as the United States routed Canada 10-3 on Sunday in
Sports Breaking News
Brandon Sun / Posted 4 days ago
in a six-goal first period as the United States routed Canada 10-3 on Sunday in the bronze medal game of the world under-18 hockey championship. ST. PAUL, Minn. - Jason Spezza scored his fourth goal of the series and added three assists, and goalie... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Canada falls to Sweden in U-18 Worlds semifinalsLindstrom scored the shootout winner as Sweden held off Canada 6-5 on Saturday
Canada falls to Sweden in U-18 Worlds semifinals
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 5 days ago
Lindstrom scored the shootout winner as Sweden held off Canada 6-5 on Saturday in the semifinals of the world under-18 hockey championship. Sweden will face Finland in Sunday’s final after it downed the United States 4-2 in the other semi. The... Read more
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TSN
Canada falls to Sweden in SO in U18 semisLindstrom scored the shootout winner as Sweden held off Canada 6-5 on Saturday
Canada falls to Sweden in SO in U18 semis
TSN / Posted 5 days ago
Lindstrom scored the shootout winner as Sweden held off Canada 6-5 on Saturday in the semifinals of the world under-18 hockey championship. Sweden will face Finland in Sunday's final after it downed the United States 4-2 in the other semi. The... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Lindstrom scores shootout winner as Sweden edges Canada in U18 semifinalsLindstrom scored the shootout winner as Sweden held off Canada 6-5 on Saturday
Lindstrom scores shootout winner as Sweden edges Canada in U18 semifinals
Brandon Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Lindstrom scored the shootout winner as Sweden held off Canada 6-5 on Saturday in the semifinals of the world under-18 hockey championship. Sweden will face Finland in Sunday's final after it downed the United States 4-2 in the other semi. The... Read more
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Torontoist
The Molar MaulersA team of dentists and dental students reached the peak of the hockey world in
The Molar Maulers
Torontoist / Posted 5 days ago
A team of dentists and dental students reached the peak of the hockey world in 1917. The Toronto Dentals team, which won the Allan Cup in 1917. From the Toronto Star, April 2, 1917. The amateur hockey scene was understandably complicated by the... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Hawks' brotherhood brings home Bucklandbought in to what we are trying to accomplish. They're an outstanding group of
Hawks' brotherhood brings home Buckland
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 5 days ago
bought in to what we are trying to accomplish. They're an outstanding group of young men.” This is Trenton's first junior hockey championship since the Trenton Bobcats captured the Sutherland Cup, emblematic of Jr. B supremacy in Ontario, in... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Entrepreneur finds a new arena to chase his dreamshad already successfully set up and sold a number of businesses when he decided
Entrepreneur finds a new arena to chase his dreams
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
had already successfully set up and sold a number of businesses when he decided he wanted to go back to his first love: hockey. So when Home Depot Inc. bought up Sesco Inc., a Toronto-based business co-owned by Mr. Campbell, 11 years ago, he... Read more
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The Sault Star
It's a Thunderbirds sweep!Is there any word that better describes the Soo Thunderbirds performance en rou
It's a Thunderbirds sweep!
The Sault Star / Posted 6 days ago
Is there any word that better describes the Soo Thunderbirds performance en route to winning the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League championship series? “We were relentless in our work ethic,” said T-Birds forward Matt Pinder, whose team ripped... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Injury 'part of the game'Brantford's Marc Stevens and the Ontario Hockey League's Guelph Storm were happ
Injury 'part of the game'
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 6 days ago
Brantford's Marc Stevens and the Ontario Hockey League's Guelph Storm were happy to close the book on the 2015-16 season. "We definitely didn't expect to finish last," said Stevens of the Storm, who were the OHL's worst team with a 13-49-4-2... Read more
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Canberra Times
AIHL: Canberra Brave snare sharpshooter Geordie Wudrick from defending champsedict Canberra Brave coach Josh Unice has adopted after snaring lethal forward
AIHL: Canberra Brave snare sharpshooter Geordie Wudrick from defending champs
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
edict Canberra Brave coach Josh Unice has adopted after snaring lethal forward Geordie Wudrick from reigning Australian Ice Hockey League champions Newcastle North Stars. Canberra Brave recruit Geordie Wudrick [red and blue] has joined the team... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Dartmouth Big Green hires Canadian women's hockey coach Laura SchulerHANOVER, N.H. - Canadian women's hockey team coach Laura Schuler has been hired
Dartmouth Big Green hires Canadian women's hockey coach Laura Schuler
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
HANOVER, N.H. - Canadian women's hockey team coach Laura Schuler has been hired to coach the NCAA Division 1 women's team at Dartmouth College. The 45-year-old from Toronto coached Canada to a silver medal at the women's world championship in... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
2016 AHL Calder Cup Playoff PreviewCanadian hockey fans looking for national playoff success at the professional l
2016 AHL Calder Cup Playoff Preview
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 6 days ago
Canadian hockey fans looking for national playoff success at the professional level are down to the American Hockey League’s Toronto Marlies as the Calder Cup playoffs are underway. Throw in the Utica Comets, too, if one wishes to declare the... Read more
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