Canada to Blame for USA’s Meltdowns

Canada to Blame for USA’s Meltdowns

Team USA saw their World Juniors hopes come to an end Friday after losing their quarterfinal match to Russia 3-2. The game was close and ultimately decided by a fluky […]

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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Brian Rafalski U.S. Hockey Hall Of Famer

From small things mama, big things one day come. Brian Rafalski of Dearborn, Michigan, used every inch of his 5-10 frame and parlayed his way into the U.S. Hockey Hall […]

Dmitry Lisov: Captain of Russia’s National Sledge Hockey Team

Dmitry Lisov: Captain of Russia’s National Sledge Hockey Team

#478911201 / 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, […]

by · July 15, 2014 · 0 comments · Olympics
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The World Cup, Hockey & The American Way

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 […]

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NHL and the Olympics: Everyone Benefits

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 […]

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Team Austria’s Crisis During the Olympics

Team Austria has definitely not fared well in the recent Sochi Olympics. This is obvious not only because the team has not qualified for the quarterfinals. The team has also revealed […]

by · March 10, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · International Hockey, Olympics
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Tweet for Gold: The Seven Best NHL Tweets Sent From Sochi

Twitter gave the world a special look at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia—and the view wasn’t always pretty. The Twitter handle @Sochi_Problem documented all of the Olympic’s “whoopsie” moments, […]

by · March 1, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Humor, Olympics
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UND Women’s Hockey: Olympian Michelle Karvinen Ready for the Stretch Run

The University of North Dakota Women’s team has lost four games in a row. Those four losses have been to teams below them in the standings. The current losing streak […]

by · February 27, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · College Hockey, Olympics
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Teamwork Trumps Talent: Finland Wins Bronze in Sochi

No Mikko Koivu? No Valtteri Filppula? No Aleksander Barkov? No problem for Finland. What looked like an unlikely medal before the tournament with the “power house” Russians, Americans, Swedes and […]

by · February 25, 2014 · 1 comment · International Hockey, Olympics
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Olympic Injuries Impact Playoff Races

With all the concern over Olympic injuries, many were questioning whether the NHL should send its players to Pyeongyang for the 2018 games. While that’s still up for debate – […]

by · February 25, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Injury Report, Olympics
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Teemu Selanne: Still surprising in Sochi

Looking back on the Olympic men’s hockey tournament, which wrapped up yesterday with another gold for Team Canada, there were more surprises than I expected. I touted Oliver Ekman-Larsson as […]

by · February 24, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Anaheim Ducks, Olympics