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  • Maillet, Bujold Finalists for top U SPORTS Award

    Maillet, Bujold Finalists for top U SPORTS Award

    Two hockey players from the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) conference are among the eight finalists for the U SPORTS (formerly CIS) male and female athlete of the year award.

    By: Randy Lucenti
    Posted: April 29, 2017

  • Around the CHL: Mississauga Sweeps, Five Other Series Still in Full Swing

    Around the CHL: Mississauga Sweeps, Five Other Series Still in Full Swing

    When the CHL playoffs began (and throughout most of the year), there were three clear favourites in every league: the Saint John Sea Dogs (QMJHL), the Erie Otters (OHL) and the Regina Pats (WHL). 

    By: Kristopher Bras
    Posted: April 28, 2017

  • 2017 Telus Cup Day 4: Rebels Secure Semifinal Berth

    2017 Telus Cup Day 4: Rebels Secure Semifinal Berth

    Day 4 of the 2017 Telus Cup saw the standings get a little bit crowded, but one team was able to secure their spot in Saturday’s semifinals. The Oil Kings weren’t able to fully capitalize on the 11 power play opportunities in the first game of the day against the Pat Canadians. 

    Steve Seto
    Posted: April 28, 2017

  • 2017 Esso Cup, Day 5: Semifinal Round Set

    2017 Esso Cup, Day 5: Semifinal Round Set

    The St. Albert Slash go into Friday’s semifinals with the best record in the 2017 Esso Cup.  After going undefeated throughout the preliminary round, the Slash are primed and ready to put themselves in a position to hoist the Esso Cup Saturday night. St. Albert walked through Durham West in commanding fashion to keep them undefeated through the tournament. 

    Steve Seto
    Posted: April 28, 2017

  • 2017 Telus Cup Day 3: Leaderboard Stacked with Three Tied for First

    2017 Telus Cup Day 3: Leaderboard Stacked with Three Tied for First

    The race for first place at the 2017 Telus Cup just got tighter as three teams are tied for the top spot.  The Leduc Oil Kings were able to hand the Mississauga Rebels their first loss of the tournament after building a healthy lead and not looking back in the first game of the day. 

    Steve Seto
    Posted: April 27, 2017

  • Road to the RBC Cup: Ice Dogs Undefeated in Playoff Action

    Road to the RBC Cup: Ice Dogs Undefeated in Playoff Action

    Kurt Walsten is anticipating some stiffer challenges in the upcoming days for his Dryden Ice Dogs. Walsten is the head coach/GM of the Ice Dogs, who breezed through regular season and playoff action in the Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL).

    By: Sam Laskaris
    Posted: April 27, 2017

  • 2017 Esso Cup Day 4: Goalies Thrive in Penultimate Prelims

    2017 Esso Cup Day 4: Goalies Thrive in Penultimate Prelims

    Goaltenders made the biggest impact on Day 4 of the 2017 Esso Cup, while two teams locked up playoff berths on Wednesday. St. Albert was able to earn their semifinal bid early in the day after taking care of Prince Albert. 

    Steve Seto
    Posted: April 27, 2017

  • Vees Take Fred Page Cup in Game 7 Overtime Thriller

    Vees Take Fred Page Cup in Game 7 Overtime Thriller

    The Penticton Vees went the seven-game maximum in each of their playoff series on route to the Fred Page Cup Championship by defeating the Chilliwack Chiefs in Game 7 Tuesday night by a score of 1-0. 

    By: Marshall Mackinder
    Posted: April 27, 2017

  • 2017 Telus Cup, Day 2: East Dominate, West Can’t Agree

    2017 Telus Cup, Day 2: East Dominate, West Can’t Agree

    The second day of the 2017 Telus Cup saw Mississauga and Cape Breton continue their winning ways. The Rebels established their lead early with a goal from Bair Gendunov and didn’t look back from there. 

    Steve Seto
    Posted: April 26, 2017

  • 2017 Esso Cup, Day 3: West Sweeps Third Day

    2017 Esso Cup, Day 3: West Sweeps Third Day

    Day 3 of the 2017 Esso Cup saw all three teams west of Manitoba sweep the entire day with victories over Mid-Isle, Triolet and Durham West. Prince Albert was able to secure their first win of the tournament to put them back into contention for the medal rounds.

    Steve Seto
    Posted: April 26, 2017

  • Hot and Cold: OHL Final Four

    Hot and Cold: OHL Final Four

    When I started this “Hot and Cold” column at the beginning of the playoffs, I had a feeling that it could get repetitive. Given that the Otters generally score twice as many goals as everyone else, they have four or five guys who will always be tearing up the stat sheet.

    By: Kristopher Bras
    Posted: April 26, 2017

  • The Modern Age of Minor Hockey

    The Modern Age of Minor Hockey

    The game of hockey is evolving all the time, and the same is true for the tools available to minor hockey associations. But in a hockey system populated with old-school veterans of the game who have always used the same management strategies, are teams making the most of the resources available to them?

    By: Kristopher Bras
    Posted: April 26, 2017


 

    

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Cumberland Grads netminder making the most of CCHL opportunity

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Krebs and Byram making strong case for top-round consideration in 2016 WHL Draft

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