September 23rd, 2016 In World Cup 0 comments

Just sitting around the house tonight w my dog. Felt like I should be doing something important, but couldn't put my finger on it. — Phil Kessel (@PKessel81) September 21, 2016 That pretty much sums it up, doesn't it? Well, it doesn't end there. What Wasn't Said The hockey world is a polarizing place. Analysts and commentators alike will...

September 23rd, 2016 In International Hockey, Top Stories, World Cup 0 comments

Who would have thought that a made-up team designed to even out the groups and manufacture intrigue in the World Cup of Hockey would capture everyone's hearts the way that it has? Team North America, with their wide-eyed optimism, blazing speed, and youthful abandon, quickly became the story of the tournament and no one wanted it to end. On...

September 22nd, 2016 In International Hockey, News, Top Stories, World Cup 0 comments

Pavel Datsyuk will not be playing in Team Russia's must-win contest against Team Finland on Thursday because of a minor injury, according to ESPN's Joe McDonald. https://twitter.com/SWhyno/status/779005619181355008 Datsyuk is out with a reported lower-body injury, according to NHL.com's Tom Gulitti. Datsyuk's injury should allow forward...

September 22nd, 2016 In Buffalo Sabres, Podcasts, World Cup 0 comments

The Latest From the THW Podcast Channel In Episode 16 - Hockey Season hosts Chad DeDominicis and Bill Schake discuss the start of the hockey season with the exciting World Cup of Hockey. The duo then talks about the Sabres outcome from the Prospects Challenge over the weekend, and last but not least, the guys make some player predictions for...

September 21st, 2016 In News, Top Stories, World Cup 0 comments

Addressing the media Wednesday, Team Canada coach Mike Babcock announced that Claude Giroux and Jake Muzzin will draw into the lineup for Canada's final group stage game on Wednesday. Both Giroux and Muzzin were scratches in Canada's first two games. Coming out of the lineup will be Shea Weber and Ryan Getzlaf. ESPN's Pierre LeBrun notes that...

September 21st, 2016 In Top Stories, World Cup 0 comments

Unlike their neighbours to the south, Team Canada came into the World Cup of Hockey with one goal in mind: win the whole thing. The Americans had been talking (and talking, and talking) about their desire to beat Canada, designing their roster to do just that. Unfortunately for them, that plan failed miserably. Team USA left a lot of skill at home...

September 21st, 2016 In International Hockey, Top Stories, World Cup 0 comments

Coming into the tournament the hockey world was undecided on whether or not it was a good idea to have the under-24 North American group as part of an international competition. At least that’s how it seemed for the most part. However, three days into the tournament, the North American had provided one of the most exciting games against the...

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