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Прага  ЧехияSoviet head coach Viktor Tikhonov at the player bench during the 1985 IIHF World Championship in Prague. Sergei Guneyev / RIA Novosti
MOSCOW – One of international hockey’s most successful coaches of all time, Viktor Tikhonov, died this morning in a hospital in Moscow after long illness. He was 84. The funeral will take place in Moscow on Thursday.

With Tikhonov the international hockey family lost its most decorated... [more]

Pat Quinn passes away

Hockey great a success in NHL and world stage[more]

In one of his most recent coaching positions, Pat Quinn led Canada to gold at the 2009 IIHF World Junior Championship on home ice in Ottawa. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
VANCOUVER – Another legendary coach passed away. On the same day of Viktor Tikhonov’s death on, news broke that Canadian coaching great Pat Quinn died at the age of 71 on Sunday... [more]

Yertis in with clean slate

Angers wins tight clash on home ice[more]

Yertis Pavlodar forward Denis Klemeshov attempts to score on Ritten goaltender Christopher Holt. Photo: Massimo Pattis
ANGERS/RITTEN – The four teams for the 2015 Continental Cup Super Final are known. Yertis Pavlodar was the only team with a clean record and advances from Group D together with... [more]

Argentina goes north

Beats Chile, Hong Kong to return to Inline Hockey Worlds[more]

The Argentine inline hockey national team celebrates a win in the qualification tournament on home soil in Buenos Aires. Photo: Fisu Alvares
BUENOS AIRES – The Argentine inline hockey national team won the Rest of the World Inline Hockey Qualification, earning a return to the IIHF Inline Hockey World Championship... [more]

Back despite brain surgery

Lemm returns to national team after three years[more]

MUNICH – Three years ago bad news shocked the Swiss hockey world when national... [more]

Rajz passes away

Former Hungarian national player dies during amateur game[more]

Attila Rajz passed away at the age of 38. The former forward of the Hungarian... [more]

Krikunov leaves Belarus

Coach signs with Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk[more]

After a start with three losses Vladimir Krikunov left the Belarusian national... [more]

Selanne closes door

This time, Finnish flash’s decision to retire is final[more]

Teemu Selanne has picked up the golf clubs again and this time he’s not going... [more]

 

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