Being an NHL first round pick is a lot of pressure. But when you’re a first round pick of the Montreal Canadiens, no doubt the glare is a little brighter […]
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How much is too much of a good thing? For the Flyers, having an abundance of stability in net seems like sitting a malnourished child at the table for a […]
Ryan Rupert admits it; he’s changed his game. “All the suspensions they’ve laid out, you’ve got to just take a step back and control yourself”, said the 19 year-old winger, […]
The Flyers’ prospect pool has been a laughing stock for quite some time. Although they’ve put winning teams on the ice, they always seemed to lack in developing prospects through […]
It took just three NHL games for Penguins defenseman Olli Maatta to stir up a raging debate in Pittsburgh. With most junior-eligible defensemen, the debate tends to be whether or […]
Remi Elie THW Close-Up: Date of birth: 04/16/1995 Place of birth: Green Valley ONT Ht: 6’1″ Wt: 203 Shoots: Left Position: Left wing NHL Draft Eligibility: 2013 1st year eligible Twitter: @Remi_Elie […]
Marc Methot has come a long way since his Junior A days playing for the Kanata Valley Lasers. A steady stay-at-home defenseman for the Lasers, he transitioned perfectly to major junior and continued to play his hardnosed style.
Nikita Zadorov isn’t who London Knights fans imagined when hearing their team had drafted a Russian defenseman in the first round of the 2012 CHL Import Draft.
A silky-smooth, offensive-minded, 5-foot-10 blueliner was pictured by many. Instead, Knights supporters found themselves looking at a 6-foot-5, 230-pound mammoth.
Bo Horvat THW Close-Up: Date of birth: 4/5/1995 Place of birth: Rodney, Ont. Ht: 6’00″ Wt: 198 Shoots: Left Position: Center Twitter Handle: @BoHorvat NHL Draft Eligibility: 2013 1st year […]
Max Domi has been hearing comments about his height for years.
Before Domi was even drafted by the London Knights in the 2011 OHL Priority Selection, his size was being heavily criticized. Those concerns about his OHL potential are well out of the way now. But really, they’ve only turned into concerns regarding his National Hockey League future.
On July 1st 2012 when it was announced that the Montreal Canadiens had signed gritty forward Brendon Prust to a four deal worth $10 million, most Canadiens fans did not […]
Andrey Makarov and Michael Houser were glossed over during the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, but that doesn’t mean they won’t strive to be NHL players one day.