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Dennis Yan – The Next Ones: NHL 2015 Draft Prospect Profile

Dennis Yan THW Close-Up: Date of birth: 4/14/1997 Place of birth: Portland, Oregon Ht: 6’1″     Wt: 187 lbs Shoots: Left Position: LW NHL Draft Eligibility: 2015 Twitter: @dyanner97 THW The Next Ones Rankings (February): not ranked […]

by · April 19, 2015 · 0 comments · NHL Entry Draft
JC Campagna

3rd Time’s A Charm for JC Campagna

As the hockey pundits always say: “There is always next season.”  Those five words have become all too familiar for JC Campagna.  Having switched teams and leagues twice already, he […]

by · September 24, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · CHL, OHL, QMJHL
Ian Jenkins

A Year After His Tragic Death, Ian Jenkins Continues to Have A Purpose

Last week the London Knights fell to the Shawinigan Cataractes in the Memorial Cup Final.  It was painful for Joel Jenkins.  But not as painful as the loss he suffered […]

On behalf of all of us here at The Hockey Writers, we would like to congratulate the Shawinigan Cataractes on being the 2012 Memorial Cup champions!  (Terry Wilson/CHL Images)

Shawinigan Cataractes Win 2012 Memorial Cup

Underdogs and longshots. Those are what the Shawinigan Cataractes were considered at the 2012 Memorial Cup, despite the fact that they were the host team.  The Cataractes had a month-long layoff […]

Hartley will be named the Habs' next head coach

Bob Hartley to be named the Montreal Canadiens’ next head coach

Now that the Mastercard Memorial Cup is over after the host team, the Shawinigan Cataractes, eliminated Dale Hunter’s London Knights 2-1 in overtime yesterday at Centre Bionest on Anton Zlobin’s […]

The Over-Evaluation of Canadian Hockey

The Over-Evaluation of Canadian Hockey

[This article was originally published over at Calgary Puck] With the recent naming of Steve Spott, the head coach and general manager of the OHL’s Kitchener Rangers, as the head […]

Memorial Cup 2012: Facts, Figures and Forecasts

Memorial Cup 2012: Facts, Figures and Forecasts

The 2012 Memorial Cup is quickly approaching (we at The Hockey Writers are eagerly excited), with the tournament opener coming on Friday night, and it may go down in history […]

by · May 17, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · CHL, National Juniors, OHL, Previews and Predictions, Prospects, QMJHL, WHL
An In-Depth 2012 Memorial Cup Preview

An In-Depth 2012 Memorial Cup Preview

The Memorial Cup is the most prized possession in Canadian major junior hockey. Presented each year to the champion of the Canadian Hockey League, the Memorial Cup tournament is round […]

Top 10 Best CHL Franchises for Imports

Top 10 Best CHL Franchises for Imports

Ever since the Canadian Hockey League has adopted its annual import draft, the talent pool of European players who have come over has been incredible.  Nearly 190 imports who have […]

Jonathan Huberdeau, Nathan Beaulieu and the Saint John Sea Dogs will try and repeat as Memorial Cup Champs (Photo:David Connell)

Top 10 CHL Contenders for the 2012 Mastercard Memorial Cup

While most of the hockey world is focused on the NHL playoff races and the daily changes within each conference, there is more than just the pro game to excite hockey fans.  This […]

Gormley was dealt to the Cataractes at the OHL trade deadline (Courtesy: David Connell)

The Prospect Report: Brandon Gormley

Brandon Gormley DOB: February 18, 1992 NHL Rights: Phoenix Coyotes Drafted: 1st round (13th overall) 2010 Height: 6’2″ Weight: 190 Position: Defence       ◊◊◊◊ In this week’s edition of […]

CHL: Teams to Watch Out for in 2nd Half of the Season

CHL: Teams to Watch Out for in 2nd Half of the Season

The first half of the CHL is in the books with some obvious teams in the running for a top spot in their respective leagues.  But there are other teams […]

by · December 29, 2011 · 1 comment · CHL, OHL, Prospects, QMJHL, WHL