Team Canada’s World Junior camp is well underway now with less than two weeks until Boxing Day. Though the team is waiting for decisions on some eligible players in the NHL, […]
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In this translated interview, originally appearing on the popular Russian portal sports.ru, Moncton Wildcats forward Vladimir Tkachev talks about playing in Canada and discusses his summer story with the Edmonton […]
In this translated interview, originally appearing on the popular russian portal sports.ru, Rimouski Oceanic defenseman Eduard Nasybullin talks about his first steps in hockey, getting used to Canada, and personal […]
A ticket to see Nathan MacKinnon and his Colorado Avalanche teammates play these playoffs at home will, on average, cost $225 a seat to witness in person. Yet for one individual, […]
There is no question about it–the Anaheim Ducks American League affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals, are built on a defensive foundation. Norfolk is currently home to some of the premier defenders […]
The QMJHL has always produced some phenomenal talent. This year may not be nearly as impressive for the QMJHL in terms of bonafide talent, but the first few names on […]
Jonathan Diaby, Emile Poirier and Anthony Duclair have all been signed to their first professional contracts by their NHL clubs. The teenagers are each having successful seasons so far in […]
Prospects Update will be a bi-weekly feature that will check in on a few of the Leafs top performing prospects. The third edition looks at a Marlie leading all D-men […]
The state of Maine has always had a rich hockey tradition. The Portland Pirates have been a mainstay for over twenty years, the University of Maine Black Bears have been […]
Emile Poirier THW Close-Up: Team: Gatineau Olympiques Birthdate: December 14, 1994 Hometown: Montreal, Quebec Height: 6’1″ Weight: 185 lbs Position: Left Wing Shoots: Left NHL Draft Eligibility: 2013 Twitter: @epoirier27 THW […]
by Eldon MacDonald 2013 NHL Draft: Year of the “Q” Every year, or so it seems, the NHL draft prospects from the QMJHL seemed to be looked down upon compared […]
Zach Fucale isn’t the Halifax Mooseheads’ star player.
But really, no one else is, either. It’s not because Fucale isn’t good enough to be the star; it’s more about Fucale being one of three elite players on Halifax’s roster. And one who’ll probably be gone by the time the first round of the NHL draft concludes.