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  • Rebuilding Hockey Dreams in Fort McMurray

    Rebuilding Hockey Dreams in Fort McMurray

    Things will never be the same for the people of Fort McMurray, Alberta.  Mike Brodeur knows that as well as anyone. The former professional goaltender-turned-coach lost his home to the wildfire in May along with thousands of others — including four of his on-ice students — but he’s on a mission to ensure the young athletes can preserve a quintessentially Canadian way of life.

    by Ryan McCracken
    Posted June 25, 2016

  • Remembering Mr. Hockey

    Remembering Mr. Hockey

    Many men are built up like legends, but so few live up to the lore. Gordie Howe was one of those few. His accomplishments on the ice are insurmountable, but it was his character away from the game that truly made him the man known as Mr. Hockey. 

    by Ryan McCracken
    Posted June 25, 2016

  • Hockey Canada selects players for national development camps

    Hockey Canada selects players for national development camps

    Earlier this week, Hockey Canada announced their list of 196 players that were invited to join the National Teams Summer Showcase. The national under-17 development camp will take 111 of those players to the Markin MacPhail Centre in Calgary, Alta. from July 26 to Aug. 1.

    Nicholas Carafa
    Posted June 25, 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

  • HockeyNow Stanley Cup Flashback - San Jose Sharks

    HockeyNow Stanley Cup Flashback - San Jose Sharks

    I've got all the time in the world for Peter DeBoer. Prior to becoming a talented NHL bench boss, DeBoer had a tremendous run in the OHL, highlighted while serving as coach and general manager of the Kitchener Rangers when they captured the Memorial Cup in 2003. 

    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 09, 2016

  • HockeyNow Stanley Cup Flashback: Pittsburgh Penguins

    HockeyNow Stanley Cup Flashback: Pittsburgh Penguins

    Does he have a steady girlfriend? What are his hobbies and interests away from the rink? Would he vote for Donald Trump? These are some of the questions about Sidney Crosby, a notoriously private hockey superstar, that we don't have definitive answers for. 

    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 09, 2016

  • What will addition of Notre Dame Hounds mean for CSSHL?

    What will addition of Notre Dame Hounds mean for CSSHL?

    Big changes are coming to the Canadian Sport School Hockey League next season and the league’s inclusion of the Notre Dame Hounds is just the beginning.

    by Adam Williams
    Posted June 02, 2016

  • Havoc Hockey Spring Tournaments take over Calgary

    Havoc Hockey Spring Tournaments take over Calgary

    Havoc Hockey is a developmental hockey program based out of Calgary, Alta. that looks to hone the craft of like-minded, highly-skilled athletes.
    Nicholas Carafa
    Posted May 30, 2016

  • BC Bears clean up at Pacific Elite Prospects Showcase Tournament

    BC Bears clean up at Pacific Elite Prospects Showcase Tournament

    A five-goal first period helped the BC Bears topple the BC Interior Stars 9-5 in the Major Novice (2008) Final at the Pacific Elite Prospects Showcase Tournament from May 20-23. The AAA hockey tournament was held at Planet Ice Delta and featured 41 teams in 7 divisions. 
    Nicholas Carafa
    Posted May 30, 2016

  • BC Mayhem AA spring tournament putting fun first

    BC Mayhem AA spring tournament putting fun first

    While the Victoria Day long weekend had fireworks going off across the country, the BC Mayhem tournament had its own show in Delta, B.C. This marks BC Mayhem’s first spring tournament, aimed towards AA calibre teams and players. 
    Nicholas Carafa
    Posted May 28, 2016

  • B.C.’s top teams converge for 2016 Challenge Cup

    B.C.’s top teams converge for 2016 Challenge Cup

    Hockey season is generally over in May for most young players, but since 2004, the Challenge Cup has been bringing top talent to Vancouver for a massive tournament.

    by Neil Hilts
    Posted May 24, 2016


 

    

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Krebs and Byram making strong case for top-round consideration in 2016 WHL Draft

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