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2017 NHL Draft First Rounders: Henri Jokiharju

Henri Jokiharju is a steady stay at home defenceman who is developing an offensive side to his game as he adjusts to the North American ice.

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    The best was saved for last at this year’s Mastercard Memorial Cup. A tournament that featured three blowout decisions through six round robin games ended with the closest and wildest affair on Sunday with the host Windsor Spitfires defeating the OHL champion Erie Otters 4-3.

  • RBC Cup host Cobourg Cougars Cobourg Cougars Capture RBC Cup Championship on Home Ice

    The odds might have been stacked against them. But the Cobourg Cougars found a way to win and keep winning at this year’s RBC Cup tournament.

  • 22 Former Student-Athletes in Race for Stanley

    The dogfight to hoist this year's Stanley Cup is down to two combatants whose rosters in 2016-17 featured a total of 22 players who honed their skills in NCAA Division 1 prior to turning pro. The Eastern Conference champion Pittsburgh Penguins, who are the defending Cup winners, had 16 former student-athletes perform during the past season while the challenger and Western Conference winning Nashville Predators had six.


  • Mom Mondays: A Season in Summary

    After the last puck is fired into the net, the final post-game handshake exchanged, one closing locker room speech given by the coach, the game jerseys washed and returned to the association, the hockey equipment sent out for deep-cleaning, and those hockey socks incinerated, there is but one remaining action item on a team’s game plan: the year-end party.

  • Pacific Elite Prospects Showcase B.C.’s Top Young Players Compete at Pacific Elite Prospects Showcase

    It’ll be at least a few years before a select few at the Pacific Elite Prospects Showcase can be drafted to the NHL, but some of B.C.’s top skaters from eight to 14 sparked scout interest this past weekend.

  • Sarah Potomak, Brianne Jenner and Halli Krzyzaniak Centralization Roster Announced for Canada’s National Women’s Hockey Team

    Although it is over eight months away, the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang just got a little bit closer for the 28 players that are vying for a spot on Canada’s national women’s hockey team. 



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