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Hatten column: New SCSU assistants have WCHA backgrounds Earlier this week, all the documentation got finalized for Jinelle Siergiej and Steve Macdonald Check out this story on sctimes.com: ... (more)
Rogers has unveiled its new "all-star" broadcast lineup, but its doesn't appear that Canada's regional hockey markets will get the benefit of the network's now monopolistic status.
The NHL doesn't need more teams. It needs more household names and marketable stars.
The retirement of Jean-Sebastien Giguere marks the end of an era. The goaltender was the final active player in the NHL who had suited up for the Hartford Whalers.
Another year, another jump up the rankings for the rugged defensive defenceman out of Sweden, who comes across the pond to test himself in the AHL this season.
Ann Arbor -- The reality is, it happened. Michigan was ranked No. 5 and opening its season at home with a senior-laden offense that featured quarterback Chad Henne, left tackle Jake Long and running back Mike Hart.
Tri-City Americans defenseman Brandon Carlo is one of 42 American born players who will compete in USA Hockey's top prospects game in Buffalo in late September.
Columbus Cottonmouths goaltender Shannon Szabados reacts after a Knoxville Ice Bears score in the first period in Columbus, Georgia, March 15, 2014.
Stanford All-American and reigning NorPac Player of the Year Kelsey Harbin. Photo by Norbert von der Groeben/isiphotos.com When No.
"I can say 100% that is not on the agenda," MLSEL CEO Tim Leiweke, who admitted speaking to NHL general manager Gary Bettman earlier in the day, told the FAN590 on Wednesday morning.
Yes the country known in sporting terms for dominating ice hockey and curling is prospering in a summer sport.
As the Prince George Cougars prepare for their first season under new ownership there's probably few people as busy and excited in PG as President Greg Pocock who says it all starts with renovations to CN Centre.
U.S. fast-food chain Burger King Worldwide Inc. and Canadian coffee-and-doughnut chain Tim Hortons Inc. have agreed to an $11.4 billion tie-up that would send the combined company's headquarters north in what may be the most visible corporate tax inversion yet.
It wasn't very long ago that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman was treating talk of expansion as though he was being asked if he'd like an epidemic of Ebola.
We're 27 days away from hockey, which means it's time to look back at the one and only Teppo Numminen.
We continue our series about Buffalo Sabres history, with each day's post highlighting a player to have worn the subsequent jersey number with the Buffalo Sabres.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 01:18 am
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