Former Stanley Cup winner, new Korean coach returned to Seoul[more]
Korean national team coach Jim Paek (in the middle) with guest coaches Richard Park (left) and Spiros Anastas (right). Photo: KwangEun Stine Choi
SEOUL – “Korea has great potential for development in men's hockey and has a chance to qualify for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games on home ice,” said Jim Paek, the new head coach of the Korean men’s national team.
The former NHL defenceman recently named Korea's head coach also told...
Schelling nominated for award
Can Swiss become second Sportswoman of the Year in hockey?[more]
Florence Schelling is all smiles after a victory with the Swiss women’s national team at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
ZURICH/NEW YORK – Swiss national team goalkeeper Florence Schelling is among the nominees for the Women’s Sports Foundation’s prestigious Sportswoman of the Year award. [more]
Russian national team captain Alexei Morozov hoists the trophy after winning the 2009 IIHF World Championship. Photo: Matthew Manor / HHOF-IIHF Images
MOSCOW – Former Russian national team forward Alexei Morozov hangs up his skates. He announced his retirement on Sunday.
Most recently the 37-year-old played for CSKA...
Hockey runs in Hay family
New Zealanders honoured by Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto[more]
Hockey family portrait: The Hays from New Zealand made it to the International Zone of the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. From left to right: Grant Hay, Andrew Hay, Joshua Hay, Oliver Hay, Libby-Jean Hay, Elizabeth Hay.
DUNEDIN, New Zealand – Big hockey families can be found in many countries. Even in regions people wouldn’t think about in first stance. The Hay family from New Zealand with six...