The talent in the TELUS Cup is always abundant, and several top prospects for Canadian Hockey League (CHL) drafts will be under the spotlight this year – some looking to boost draft stock and others hoping to impress their major junior or college teams.
On April 8, the QMJHL acknowledged its best achievements during its annual Golden Puck Gala. The following individuals were singled out for their impressive achievements during the 2017-18 regular campaign.
On Thursday, April 5, the Quebec Major Hockey League announced on behalf of the 2019 Memorial Cup Site Selection Committee that the 101st edition of the tournament has been awarded to the Halifax Mooseheads.
There have been some special players who were selected first overall in the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection Draft, and Quinton Byfield is the latest one to join the fold.
The Vancouver Giants recently announced that 2001-born defenceman Bowen Byram (Cranbrook, B.C.) has been named to Canada’s National Men's Under-18 Training Camp roster for the 2018 IIHF U18 World Championship in Chelyabinsk and Magnitogorsk, Russia, April 19-29.
After a long season, it’s important for players to take some time off and let their body rest. During this down time, players should consider a regeneration phase by getting the necessary body care.
The first round of the OHL playoffs wrapped up without any upsets. For the second year in a row, all four top seeds in each conference made it through to the next round, and we didn’t see any game sevens along the way.
So far, this year’s QMJHL postseason has been filled with twists and turns which very few expected. During the third week of March, 16 teams began their quest for the 2018 President’s Cup.
For a quarter of a century, Indigenous hockey players in Alberta have played in one of the province’s largest tournaments, but it hasn’t been well-documented.
For the past five springs, the Western Canada Cup (WCC) has brought together the top teams from Junior A hockey in Western Canada. The BCHL, AJHL, SJHL and MJHL all sent their champions, who joined the host team, in hopes of making the finals and earning one of two spots in the Royal Bank Cup.
In 2009, the Canadian Sports School Hockey League (CSSHL) was born, with five member schools in B.C. and Alberta taking on the task of developing elite players in a high-quality athletic and educational environment.
Only a few months remain until the winners are announced. For the 19th year, HockeyNow will award some of the best minor hockey talent in B.C., Alberta, and Ontario with the annual Player of the Year Award.
1) ISS Hockey Releases May Top 31 Rankings for 2018 NHL Draft
2) 2018 RBC Cup Kicks Off in Chilliwack
3) Ontario Hockey Association Announces 2017-18 Prospects
4) Western Canada Cup No More
5) Meet Matthew Savoie, the NAX Forward Taking the CSSHL by Storm