by Eldon MacDonald (edited by @ChrisRalphTHW) The 2015 NHL Draft Rankings War Room: First Look brings you the Top 60 ranked prospects as compiled by THW’s Eastern Canada based hockey bird […]
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The NHL Entry Draft is one of the big dates everyone circles on the NHL calendar. Each team and fans of them get to predict and analyze which player best […]
The Detroit Red Wings always seem to find the gems late in the NHL draft – a skill they’ve been praised for over their storied history. The Pittsburgh Penguins draft […]
You’ll hear the phrase “tanking” thrown around towards the NBA. However, when it comes to the NHL and the term tanking, it isn’t a hot button topic yet. Next season […]
Here we are in the midst of the NHL season and the biggest concern in Buffalo is a fear that the team will win too many games and lessen its […]
With the preliminary roster announcements for the World Junior Championships being made, we’ll take a look at some of the top players to watch for during the tournament taking place […]
The Erie Otters have gone from bottom to top of the heap in short order. Languishing in the OHL’s cellar the last few seasons, that is no longer the case, […]
With the start of the OHL season just weeks away, we look at who some of the top teams and players are as well as some that could surprise in […]
The 2013 NHL Entry Draft is less than a month away and should be a deep draft. Here’s a look at some early candidates for the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
Guest post by Eldon MacDonald (edited by @ChrisRalphTHW) I thought that I would take a stab at projecting Team Canada’s U18 team for the upcoming U18 World Championship, commencing […]
It’s that time again…the 10 days where the best young players from the CHL and Russia come together to renew hockey’s biggest rivalry: Canada vs. Russia. Tonight marks the first […]
As unbelievable as it may sound to some, a 15-year-old is making his mark just a few games into his OHL career. And yet, to those who know the name of Connor McDavid, it really isn’t much of a surprise.