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  • Thunderbirds Falter Against Memorial Cup Host Spitfires

    Thunderbirds Falter Against Memorial Cup Host Spitfires

    The Seattle Thunderbirds are up against the brink for the first time in more than a year. The Memorial Cup host Windsor Spitfires truly had their way with the WHL champions Sunday at the WFCU Centre, sending the Thunderbirds to the bottom of the standings while placing themselves firmly on top.

    by Ryan McCracken
    Posted May 22, 2017

  • Cobourg Cougars Capture RBC Cup Championship on Home Ice

    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.

    by Sam Laskaris
    Posted May 22, 2017

  • Sean Day Coming Into His Own with the Spitfires

    Sean Day Coming Into His Own with the Spitfires

    Sean Day has truly benefited from a change of scenery with the Mastercard Memorial Cup host Windsor Spitfires. In three seasons with the Mississauga Steelheads, it was clear that he had a lot of talent, but he struggled to find his identity as a defenceman and faced a lot of scrutiny from many who didn’t feel he lived up to the “exceptional status” label he was given in 2013.

    by Iain Colpitts
    Posted May 21, 2017

  • T-Birds Rookie Stankowski Stands Out Despite Memorial Cup Loss

    T-Birds Rookie Stankowski Stands Out Despite Memorial Cup Loss

    Carl Stankowski continues to be the story for the Seattle Thunderbirds. The T-Birds left the WFCU Centre with a 4-2 loss to the OHL champion Erie Otters in the first all-American Memorial Cup matchup since 2007, but Stankowski was the reason Seattle stayed in the conversation until the final buzzer.

    by Ryan McCracken
    Posted May 21, 2017

  • Cobourg Cougars and Brooks Bandits to Meet in 2017 RBC Cup Championship Final

    Cobourg Cougars and Brooks Bandits to Meet in 2017 RBC Cup Championship Final

    The Cobourg Cougars will get the chance to hoist the national RBC Cup on home ice on Sunday. The Cougars, members of the Ontario Junior Hockey League, earned a spot in the national Junior A championship final by downing the British Columbia Hockey League’s Penticton Vees 3-1 on Saturday.

    by Sam Laskaris
    Posted May 21, 2017

  • Windsor Spitfires Surprise in 2017 Memorial Cup Opener

    Windsor Spitfires Surprise in 2017 Memorial Cup Opener

    Judging from the Windsor Spitfires performance on opening night of the 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup, their 44 day layoff from the CHL postseason suited them just fine. On April 4, Windsor was eliminated from the OHL playoffs after losing in seven games to the London Knights.

     

    by Mike Beasley
    Posted May 20, 2017

  • Semifinal Saturday Set at 2017 RBC Cup

    Semifinal Saturday Set at 2017 RBC Cup

    The Cobourg Cougars are certainly proving they belong among the teams vying to win the national RBC Cup championship. As hosts, the Cougars, members of the Ontario Junior Hockey League, were awarded an automatic berth into the five-team national tournament, which began May 13 and continues until this Sunday’s championship final.

    by Sam Laskaris
    Posted May 19, 2017

  • HockeyNow 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup Preview

    HockeyNow 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup Preview

    After 68 games (72 in the WHL), four playoff rounds, countless hours spent at practices and on the bus, it all comes down to this. The Erie Otters, Saint John Sea Dogs and Seattle Thunderbirds all captured championships in their respective leagues and will push a little further through four to six games in an effort to claim junior hockey supremacy at the Memorial Cup.

    by Iain Colpitts
    Posted May 18, 2017

  • ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for May

    ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for May

    Robert Thomas has inched his way up the rankings all year and finds himself in the top 25 with just over a month to draft day. Moving 43 spots since December where he debuted at #64, the London Knights high-scoring forward has made the steady rise to now sit at #21. 

    Steve Seto
    Posted May 17, 2017

  • 2017 Memorial Cup: Don’t Count Out Underdog Spits

    2017 Memorial Cup: Don’t Count Out Underdog Spits

    The Windsor Spitfires are underdogs at this year’s Memorial Cup, but the team has plenty of weapons at its disposal – and a tank full of gas. The City of Windsor last hosted the Memorial Cup in 1981, back when it was held in neutral cities. Since the format was restructured in 1983, the Spitfires have played in the tournament three times – advancing to the final on each occasion. They won twice, in 2009 and 2010. 

    by Kristopher Bras
    Posted May 17, 2017


 

    

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