After not making CSS’s midterm rankings for North American goalies, Logan Halladay sure made enough of an impression in order to jump into the number 16 spot (for North American […]
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Chase Perry THW Close-Up: Team: Wenatchee Wild Date of Birth: 02/08/1996 Place of Birth: Andover, Minnesota Ht: 6’ 2.5″ Wt: 189 lbs Catches: Left Position: Goalie NHL Draft Eligibility: 2014 Twitter: @CPerry35 THW Ranking: N/R Other Rankings: ISS (North American Goalies): N/A […]
Kasimir Kaskisuo THW Close-Up: Team: Minnesota Wilderness Date of Birth: 10/02/1993 Place of Birth: Espoo, Finland Ht: 6’2.25″ Wt: 201 lbs Catches: Left Position: Goalie NHL Draft Eligibility: 2014 Twitter: @Kaskisuo THW Ranking: N/A Other Rankings: ISS (North American Goalies): N/A CSS […]
Over the last several years, Thomas (Chase) Perry has shown a significant amount of growth as a young and budding North American goaltender. After spending three years in Andover High […]
While goalies such as Thatcher Demko, Blake Weyrick, and Alex Nedeljkovic may be headlining the top-rated goalies for the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any […]
Over the last few decades, the hockey world has been blessed to see some of the best talent compete on ice surfaces throughout North America. While the NHL is the […]
Evan Cowley THW Close-Up: Team: Wichita Falls Wildcats Date of Birth: 7/31/1995 Place of Birth: Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada Ht: 6’4″ Wt: 185 lbs Catches: Left Position: Goalie NHL […]
The NHL held it’s annual amateur draft on the weekend and the Jets made six picks among the 211 players that were chosen over seven rounds. The Jets’ did not […]
St. Louis is not your typical hockey hotbed. Players such as Cal Heeter are looking to disprove that belief. Heeter, born in St. Louis Missouri on November 2, 1988, was […]
[Editor’s Note: Carcillo was suspended for 2 games for this infraction] The Zamboni was all but off the ice and the anthems had just wrapped when Daniel Carcillo of […]
Lately one of the hottest subjects in hockey has been North American junior hockey programs. Recently United States junior hockey programs have grown rapidly, leading observers to wonder if their […]
It’s hard to imagine a professional prospect that doesn’t have at least a stub on Wikipedia. That may be the story of Patrick Maroon’s life though as a big power forward out of St. Louis, Missouri with the hands of a future highlight reel NHLer. There’s not much hockey in Missouri of course and even less in the way of future professional hockey players. In a world dominated by Minnesota, Michigan, and the North Eastern United States, Maroon stands out a kid who is doing everything he can to make it to the NHL.