The ending of the dreadful NHL lockout will result in a shift in focus for the majority of hockey fans and followers, leaving marvelous memories from the 2013 World JuniorsRead More
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In the blink of an eye, the impossible seemed possible. A game that looked like it would end being one of Canada’s most miserable international defeats nearly became one of ofRead More
Even though it will come a game earlier than the gold medal game, the semi-final matchup between Canada and Russia is without question the most highly anticipated game of theRead More
Through two games at the 2012 World Junior Hockey Championships, the best line for Team Canada, and in the tournament, has been the line of Mark Stone, Ryan Strome andRead More
And just like that a decision that wasn’t really a decision at all became, well, a decision. After last night’s 5-3 loss to Sweden in team Canada’s final tune-up forRead More
Team Canada: 30 Years Of The Game At Its Best is an invigorating look at Hockey Canada’s highly successful Program of Excellence.
The hockey team at Boston University suffered it’s second major loss this week in what has been a tumultuous four days for the program. Just four days earlier the team dismissed their leading scorerRead More
Hockey Canada announced the 22 players who will represent Canada at the 2012 World Junior Hockey Championships and while those 22 lucky young men are sure to be feeling aRead More
One of the more unheralded players heading into Team Canada’s selection camp, Phil Di Giuseppe made an excellent first impression on day 1 of the camp. A freshman at theRead More