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  • Rebranded WHL Cup Welcomes Top Prospects to Calgary

    Rebranded WHL Cup Welcomes Top Prospects to Calgary

    The next flock of WHL (Western Hockey League) superstars will get their chance to win provincial bragging rights and the the newly minted WHL Cup this week in Calgary.

    By: Neil Hilts
    Posted: October 18, 2017

  • HockeyNow: CRAVE Scout Zoo

    HockeyNow: CRAVE Scout Zoo

    We’ve shone a spotlight on plenty of gear in our HockeyNow: CRAVE series (which we’re bringing back this month after a long hiatus), and although we plan to do the same, we thought it was high time that we look at some new technology, and an app that has huge potential to change the way scouts, recruiters and players connect.

    Emily Whitemarsh
    Posted: October 17, 2017

  • Ask a Coach: Kris Mallette on Keeping the Players Organized

    Ask a Coach: Kris Mallette on Keeping the Players Organized

    Kelowna Rockets Assistant Coach Kris Mallette has seen a lot in his career. From playing junior hockey with the Kelowna Rockets to coaching the Western Hockey League powerhouse, Kris played for nine teams in five leagues in under a decade. 

    Kelvin Cech, The Coaches Site
    Posted: October 16, 2017

  • Silvertips Holding Strong Through Early Season Road Woes

    Silvertips Holding Strong Through Early Season Road Woes

    The Everett Silvertips have been thrown into the fires of adversity to start the  2017-18 Western Hockey League season. A gruelling travel schedule and star goaltender Carter Hart on the sidelines due to illness, the Tips have had their work cut out for them, but overage forward Matt Fonteyne says every challenge presents an opportunity.

    By: Ryan McCracken
    Posted: October 13, 2017

  • Oilers Assistant Coach Jay Woodcroft on Creating Offence from the Cycle

    Oilers Assistant Coach Jay Woodcroft on Creating Offence from the Cycle

    Every coach and player is always in search of more offence. But where does offence start? In general terms, offence starts with how you manage the puck in the offensive zone. The key is having a plan that forces the other team to defend while allowing your team to stay patient and pounce on scoring chances.

    By: HockeyNow
    Posted: October 12, 2017

  • Okotoks Oilers Open 2017-18 AJHL Season with 10 Straight Wins

    Okotoks Oilers Open 2017-18 AJHL Season with 10 Straight Wins

    The Okotoks Oilers are rolling this year, off to the best start in franchise history with 10 wins in a row. The team is undefeated and leading the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL), plus the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) has taken notice, putting the Oilers atop the national top-20 rankings for the first time ever.

    By: Neil Hilts
    Posted: October 12, 2017

  • Games Set for Women’s Hockey USA-Canada Pre-Olympic Series

    Games Set for Women’s Hockey USA-Canada Pre-Olympic Series

    Locations for the six-game pre-Olympic series between Canada and the U.S. national women’s teams have been finalized. Hockey Canada announced the final game of the cross-border series, and the last time the two teams will clash before the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics will be in Edmonton on Dec. 17.

    By: Kristi Patton
    Posted: October 12, 2017

  • Sting Soar Out of the Gate Early in OHL season

    Sting Soar Out of the Gate Early in OHL season

    There’s some hesitancy to read too much into the standings early on in the OHL season, and understandably so. It’s a long season and there’s a lot of good teams that don’t truly get up to speed until sometime in November, maybe even later.

    By: Iain Colpitts
    Posted: October 11, 2017

  • Scouts Head to Camrose for annual AJHL Showcase

    Scouts Head to Camrose for annual AJHL Showcase

    Last June, the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) had three players drafted into the NHL after a three-year absence having no players selected. It was a notice to the scouting world what kind of talent exists in the Alberta Junior ranks.

    By: Neil Hilts
    Posted: October 06, 2017

  • Hockey Canada Gives NYHL One-Year Grace Period on Cross-ice Mandate

    Hockey Canada Gives NYHL One-Year Grace Period on Cross-ice Mandate

    For now, Hockey Canada and the North York Hockey League (NYHL) have reached a compromise when it comes to ushering in the cross-ice/half-ice mandate.

    By: Iain Colpitts
    Posted: October 06, 2017

  • CSSHL Expanding in 2017-18 Season

    CSSHL Expanding in 2017-18 Season

    Combining sport and school for hockey players has been a growing trend, and that’s as apparent as ever in the Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL).

    By: Neil Hilts
    Posted: October 05, 2017

  • Golden Hawks Set to Host 2017 Eastern Canada Cup

    Golden Hawks Set to Host 2017 Eastern Canada Cup

    The Trenton Golden Hawks will once again host a prestigious event. A year ago the Golden Hawks laid out the welcome mats for one of the OJHL’s Winter Showcases as well as the Dudley Hewitt Cup, a regional qualifier for the national RBC Cup Junior A championship.

    By: Sam Laskaris
    Posted: October 03, 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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