Keith Aulie and Tyler Myers celebrate a Jordan Eberle goal at the 2009 World Junior Championships in Ottawa. Photo Courtesy Reuter Daylife, Creative Commons

Canada Has No College Hockey Players for 3rd Consecutive year at WJC

Remember 2007, at the World Junior, when Jonathan Toews scored what seemed like ten shootout goals against American goaltender Jeff Frazee in the Semifinal, leading Team Canada to the finals […]

Canada Loses to Russia but Team Set

Canada Loses to Russia but Team Set

Despite out-shooting the Russians 53-20, the Canadians dropped their first exhibition game 2-1 at the Air Canada Centre Friday night. Canada seemed to dominate the play in the rematch of […]

Three Surprising Members of IIHF Hall of Fame

Three Surprising Members of IIHF Hall of Fame

On Thursday via the organization’s website the International Ice Hockey Federation announced the class of seven individuals who will be inducted into their Hall of Fame at a ceremony in […]

by · December 19, 2014 · 0 comments · International Hockey, Olympics
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Merry Christmas, Team Canada!

 Team Canada received an early Christmas gift Thursday. The Ottawa Senators have announced they will loan Curtis Lazar to the team for the upcoming World Junior Championship. Ottawa’s decision will […]

8 Team Russia Players to Watch For at 2015 World Junior Championships

8 Team Russia Players to Watch For at 2015 World Junior Championships

After two straight Bronze Medals, Team Russia parted ways with coach Mikhail Varnakov to bring back Valeri Bragin, who led the Mother Land to the 2011 Gold Medal and the […]

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William Nylander Gets Chance to Prove Himself to Toronto

The people of Toronto will have the chance to see Team Canada up close and in person when the World Junior Hockey Championship comes to town. However, for Leafs fans […]

Jets Prospects Hope to Fly at World Juniors

Jets Prospects Hope to Fly at World Juniors

The World Junior Hockey tournament is a Christmas tradition that many hockey fans look forward to. It is their chance to  cheer on their home nation while getting a glimpse […]

Alex Tuch (Photo: Tom Sorensen)

USA WJC Camp: Day 1 Report

The United States’ WJC selection camp got underway today at Walter Brown Arena at Boston University. As a BU student, I had the ability to take in the first day […]

Interview With Rinat Valiev On Leafs Rookie Camp, 2015 WJC

Interview With Rinat Valiev On Leafs Rookie Camp, 2015 WJC

In this translated interview, originally appearing in Russian language on the popular portal championat.ru, Maple Leafs prospect Rinat Valiev discussed the Leafs rookie camp, the Subway Super Series and the 2015 […]

Oshawa Arena fire, 1953.

50 Years Ago in Hockey – Oshawa Generals Open New Rink

Generals open new rink The Oshawa General opened the new Oshawa Civic Arena last night before 4,100 enthusiastic fans with a come from behind 6-4 win over the St. Catharines Black […]

by · December 16, 2014 · 0 comments · Hockey History, International Hockey
Jokerit Plays against Ak Bars on 11 December 2014 in Kazan, Russia.

KHL: Kazan Audience Witness Two Incredible Hockey Games

Ak Bars of Kazan has become leader of the KHL’s “EAST” Conference this week-end. The achievement, however, does not mean the team never loses. Ak Bars simply do not do […]

by · December 15, 2014 · 0 comments · International Hockey, KHL
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Canada’s World Junior Team Taking Form

Team Canada’s U-20 World Junior team made their first round of cuts this weekend and has their roster starting to take shape. Released Sunday evening were defensemen Travis Sanheim of the Calgary Hitmen […]