Rise and shine, Canada. Given the defensive talent on this team, Team Canada should be worth getting up bright and early for. Let’s take a look at Canada’s defencemen and goaltenders in the second article of a two-part series.
With the NHL lockout on the verge of dragging into 2013, one of the events that has been circled on the calendars of starved hockey fans for some time is […]
Canada’s roster for the World Junior Championships was announced last week and has named the 23 junior players that will travel to Ufa, Russia over Christmas. As with every year […]
Rise and shine, Canada. Given the offensive talent on this team, they should be worth getting up bright and early for. Let’s take a look at Canada’s forwards in the first article of a two-part series.
Ducks fans are going to want to keep a very close eye on Team Sweden at this year’s World Junior Hockey Championships. In total, three Ducks prospects will be suiting […]
It’s that time again. When December hits, the World Junior Hockey Championship tournament is only 25 days away and the hockey world is itching for some great hockey. This year […]
Just a few miles from the US-Canada border, Montreal Canadiens’ prospect Alex Galchenyuk, an American slated to star for Team USA in the upcoming 2013 World Junior Hockey Championships […]
The times seem to become worse and worse hockey fans. It has not been an easy week of it for anyone to be honest with what has gone on in […]
If someone was to predict that Japan was going to be one of the best teams at any of the World Junior tournaments this year, that person would probably be […]
In 1988, a 16-year-old boy by the name of Jaromir Jagr skated in his first professional hockey game as a member of HC Kladno, a team in the Czech Extraliga. More than two decades later, the talented winger has made a return to his hometown club—not just as a player, but as an owner, too.
CALGARY – Team Canada named its final 23 man roster today, releasing the last eight players that will not join the team across the pond to Ufa, Russia for the […]
In the hockey world, there are few accomplished 19-year-olds with a lot to prove at the junior level. This is what makes Ryan Murphy such a rarity. After watching the World Junior Championships from home the last two seasons, Murphy’s talent—at least relative to his fellow teenage countrymen—has been called into question on many occasions, despite the fact that he was a recent first round draft pick in the NHL. But finally, after three long years of waiting, Murphy has been given the chance to show just how good he is on the international stage.