She isn’t quite the oldest on the team, Meaghan Mikkelson has that honour, but Meghan Agosta has some of the most experience for Team Canada’s women’s national team.
For the U.S. women’s hockey team, it has been four years of sweat to get to the Olympics, but for this group it has become more than just about winning.
The OHL’s playoff push is now underway. While teams spent the first half of the year assessing what kind of club they have and what kind of moves they could make to improve it – whether that’s immediate or for the future – the second part of the year will be dedicated to making a long run through the playoffs for some teams with new star talent in the fold.
With 40 of the most skilled and talented players in the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL), a top prospects game would normally be expected to be highlighted by flashy plays and dynamic goals.
The National Women’s Hockey League announced a partnership with the NHL’s Minnesota Wild to host the 2018 NWHL All-Star Weekend on Feb. 10-11 in the Twin Cities.
Surrey Eagles Head Coach and Director of Player Personnel Brandon West has a unique perspective when it comes to leading a BCHL franchise.
Canada’s golden goal scorer, Marie-Philip Poulin will lead the national women’s hockey team at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
Two days before the top major junior draft-eligible players will suit up in front of scouts in Guelph, Ont., the top 40 Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) will showcase their talents 45 minutes away in Mississauga.
Even before the closing stretch before the OHL’s Jan. 10 trade deadline, the action has been fast and furious when it comes to contending teams picking up blockbuster talent.
If you needed any reminder of how deep Team Canada’s entry was at this year’s World Juniors, just look at who scored the tournament-winning goal and the added significance behind it.
For the second consecutive year Team Canada will play for the gold medal when they face off against Sweden in the championship final at 8:00pm EST on Jan. 5.
For three straight years, the Rocky Mountain Raiders have been a finalist at the Mac’s Midget AAA World Invitational in Calgary, and after a bitter finals loss two years ago, they have now brought home gold two consecutive winters.
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