It’s official. The NHL will be sending it’s players to Sochi, Russia, in 2014 for the Winter Olympic Games. After much speculation and patience, international ice hockey fans can breathe […]
In preparation for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Hockey Canada announced a 27-player roster in April that will centralize in 2013-2014. Final cuts still have to be made, but […]
Two important announcements were made this week by Hockey Canada and specifically 2014 Olympic architect Steve Yzerman. They announced that Mike Babcock would be behind the bench again to lead Canada […]
The Winter Olympics is still months away, but Team USA has announced the roster that will be invited to Olympic camp. There seems to be a trend this time around: […]
“My dad is from Detroit and played his entire life. So right when I could walk he put me in skates. Ever since then, that is what I have wanted […]
The Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), borne from the Russian Superleague, is the premier European hockey league. In existence since 2008, there have been few changes in the makeup of teams, […]
There are several images that stick out from the 2013 IIHF Women’s World Championships. Jenn Wakefield’s backhand top-shelf shootout goal to help seal a preliminary round victory for Canada over the United States. Amanda Kessel’s bottle-popping game-winner in the third period of the gold medal game. The victorious Americans bounding toward their goaltender as the horn sounded, a shower of sticks and gloves in their wake, the signature of nearly every hockey championship.
While not playing in the playoffs is devastating to an NHL player, one bright spot of missing, or being knocked out early, is the opportunity for some players to play […]
Marc Methot has come a long way since his Junior A days playing for the Kanata Valley Lasers. A steady stay-at-home defenseman for the Lasers, he transitioned perfectly to major junior and continued to play his hardnosed style.
The sound of blades grinding the ice of players skating at high speeds, blistering 100+ mph slap shots, beautiful end to end rushes with tape to tape passes, and sprawling […]
In the three weeks since the Winnipeg Jets final game of the 2013 season, four Jets began their offseason conditioning by joining their respective countries for the 2013 International Ice […]
It’s no secret that the Edmonton Oilers have a number of holes to fill going forward, and new GM Craig MacTavish will have a full to-do list to prioritize in […]