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  • WHL’s Top 4 Cement Their Playoff Berth In Deadline-Day Trades

    WHL’s Top 4 Cement Their Playoff Berth In Deadline-Day Trades

    It’s the time of the year when strong teams get even stronger, and 2017 was no exception. The Western Hockey League’s four juggernauts all made moves leading up to Tuesday’s trade deadline, but the Regina Pats and Prince George Cougars managed to stand out above the rest with some blockbuster deals.

    by Ryan McCracken
    Posted January 13, 2017

  • West’s Best Stock Up Before OHL Trade Deadline

    West’s Best Stock Up Before OHL Trade Deadline

    The disparity between the OHL’s Western and Eastern conferences is even greater now that the London Knights and other powerhouses in the west loaded up around this year’s trade deadline.

    by Iain Colpitts
    Posted January 11, 2017

  • Big Names on the Move Following QMJHL Trade Deadline

    Big Names on the Move Following QMJHL Trade Deadline

    When the clock struck noon on Friday, January 6, it signalled the end of trading in the QMJHL this season. The last official trade period for 2016-2017 got underway on Dec. 18 and lasted for about three weeks.

    by Randy Lucenti
    Posted January 07, 2017

  • Peterborough Petes Emerge as Contender in the East

    Peterborough Petes Emerge as Contender in the East

    The power in the OHL may be in the West, but the hottest team entering the Christmas break is in the East. With eight straight wins, the Peterborough Petes have soared up the Eastern Conference standings and must be in a buying mentality come the trade deadline in January as they look to contend in the East.

    by Iain Colpitts
    Posted January 01, 2017

  • ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for October

    ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for October

    International Scouting Services (ISS) released their first list of NHL Draft Prospects with their Top 30 for October. Occupying the third spot is Gabe Vilardi, HockeyNow’s 2015 Ontario Minor Hockey Player of the Year, who is sitting comfortably in the top 5 scorers early in his sophomore season with the Windsor Spitfires. Visit ISStop30.com to see monthly interactive prospect lists.
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted October 21, 2016

  • Alex Nylander keeping it in the family

    Alex Nylander keeping it in the family

    It's not easy coaching your own kid. In minor hockey, for instance, if a coach has a child on the team they'll often delegate another member of the coaching staff to relay instructions to the player. After all, most children accept constructive criticism from other adults far more readily than from their own parents. 
    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 21, 2016

  • Let's Go (To) Buffalo!

    Let's Go (To) Buffalo!

    For the third time in hockey history the NHL Draft is shuffling off to Buffalo, with the big show slated for June 24th and 25th. In 1991, "The Big E" hit "The Big B,” as Eric Lindros was selected first overall at the first-ever NHL draft in Buffalo.

    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 20, 2016

  • Growing up with Mr. Hockey

    Growing up with Mr. Hockey

    "Hockey... Here's Howe!" That was the title of a 1963 book that I took home from the school library dozens of times. It was an instructional guide written by Gordie Howe that contained a bunch of great hockey tips from Mr. Hockey himself.

    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 10, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible for 2016 NHL Draft: June

    ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible for 2016 NHL Draft: June

    With amateur hockey seasons completed, International Scouting Services has released its final prospect rankings in the 2016 NHL Draft Guide. The industry-leading guide provides the most comprehensive analysis and preview of the upcoming NHL Draft.
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted June 02, 2016

  • 2016 Memorial Cup Predictions

    2016 Memorial Cup Predictions

    The panel has spoken. We asked our Major Junior writers to give us their predictions on how teams will stack up at the Memorial Cup, and if their opinion means anything, which in our opinion (if our opinion means anything) it does, one team is certainly emerging as the favourite.
    by HockeyNow
    Posted May 18, 2016

  • #20 on ISS May Top 30 Countdown: Brett Howden, Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)

    #20 on ISS May Top 30 Countdown: Brett Howden, Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)

    Turning heads with his playmaking abilities and vision is #20 on the ISS Hockey Top Ranked Prospects for the NHL Draft, Moose Jaw centre Brett Howden.
    Emily Whitemarsh
    Posted May 15, 2016

  • Beating Hockey Burnout

    Beating Hockey Burnout

    A football, a few baseball gloves and a pile of tennis balls. Not the collection of sports paraphernalia you might expect at a typical minor hockey practice. But with a lengthy season that seems to get longer every year, a coach sometimes has to shake things up to prevent tired young players from suffering a case of “hockey burnout.” 

    by Mike Toth
    Posted March 24, 2016

  • The modern age of hockey scouting

    The modern age of hockey scouting

    In modern hockey, high-end prospects such as Connor McDavid are used to having millions of eyeballs tracking their every move. In addition, there are tons of fancy new statistics (Corsi, Fenwick, etc.) to help underline the fact that number 97 is a "generational" player.
    by Mike Toth
    Posted January 28, 2016

  • Top 5 most read QMJHL stories of 2015

    Top 5 most read QMJHL stories of 2015

    In honour of the year that was, here's a look back at the top five most read stories of 2015 from around the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League at HockeyNow.ca!
    by HockeyNow
    Posted January 01, 2016

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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

- See more at: http://hockeynow.ca/minor-hockey/krebs-and-byram-making-strong-case-for-top-round-consideration-in-2016-whl-draft#sthash.3aAd2mSy.dpu
 
 
 
 
 


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