On August 21st the new Champions Hockey League will kickoff with 15 games – the first of which will be a clash between the Czech side Viktovice and German team […]
With Canada just finishing up their one week summer evaluation camp, it gives everyone a preview of what the potential team could look like. 41 players, 11 returnees from 2014, were […]
Ukraine’s Ice Hockey Federation promoted Alexander Godynyuk to Head Coach on 5 August 2014. The decision of the Federation came after the resignation of Andrey Nazarov, who had asked for […]
In recent years, more complete records for Soviet league scoring, World Championship scoring and awards voting, and Soviet MVP voting have emerged, allowing hockey historians to more accurately judge Soviet […]
Turns out, Teemu Selanne might not be hanging them up after all.
The 44-year-old Finnish Flash is reportedly contemplating a contract offer back home.
#478911201 / gettyimages.com In this article originally appeared on the “Afisha” journal written by Maria Komandnaya, Dmitry Lisov tells his story, from the childhood to the 2014 Paralympics at home, […]
If you were to ask a hockey fan from Russia who the greatest Russian/Soviet player ever was, the answer, without hesitation, would be Valeri Kharlamov. In Russia, Kharlamov enjoys legendary […]
More than a month has passed after Team Russia won the 2014 ice hockey world championship in Minsk (Belarus). THW’s interviewee Oleg Mosalyov commented on the championship’s games in one […]
A throng of casual fans tightly pack together and surround the television screens inside their local gastropub. As the pace of the game accelerates, so too do the heartbeats of the anxious […]
Ice hockey club Donbass from the Eastern Ukrainian city of Donets’k is into big trouble this year. Its Druzhba (English: Friendship) arena has been plundered and damaged by the separatist […]
The Winter Olympics are a special event that only happen every four years and attract the best players from every league across the globe. The NHL began letting players participate […]
It’s no secret Jonathan Huberdeau’s sophomore season left more to be desired. Just one year removed from a rookie campaign that found him winning the Calder Trophy for the NHL’s […]