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Stanley Cup pits up-start Nashville vs. champs[more]

 
Nashville Predators defenceman Roman Josi and Pittsburgh Penguins forward Yevgeni Malkin are among the key players on their teams that battle for the Stanley Cup in the final series that starts Monday night. Photo: John Russell / NHLI via Getty Images
It’s easy to view the Penguins and Predators Stanley Cup match-up as a seemingly lopsided affair – the hockey outsiders taking on the hockey establishment – but a narrower examination unearths some serious storylines and the potential for tightly contested series that starts on Monday night. [more]

The heroes are coming

A look back at the 16 teams going to Denmark[more]

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The heroes will be back for 2018 when the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship will be played in Copenhagen and Herning, Denmark. Let's have a look at the 16 teams that made it to... [more]

Ozolins leads Dinamo Riga

Latvian legend a coach; KHL shrinks[more]

Sandis Ozolins finished his career as a played in 2014, the year he played his third Olympic Winter Games. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
RIGA – One of the greatest legends of Latvian hockey will launch a new career. Sandis Ozolins was named head coach of Dinamo Riga, Latvia’s entry in the Russian-based Kontinental... [more]

Bracco shines

Leafs prospect leads Windsor to junior title[more]

Windsor Spitfires captain Jeremiah Addison (left) and Jalen Chatfield lift the Memorial Cup trophy after a 4-3 win over Erie Otters in the final game. Photo: Doug MacLellan / Hockey Hall of Fame
WINDSOR, Canada – Jeremy Bracco joined some exclusive company on Sunday night by winning the Memorial Cup. The Toronto Maple Leafs prospect became the sixth player in the last 10... [more]

Cernak makes strides

Slovak adjusting to life in North America[more]

WINDSOR, Canada – A decision to remain in North America last summer, and train... [more]

Eyes on Montreal

Sergachyov hopes to be in Habs lineup next season[more]

WINDSOR, Canada – It didn’t take long for Mikhail Sergachyov to experience the... [more]

Merci, Paris!

Secondary attendance among best ever[more]

Let’s face it. It’s tough to think of Paris as a “secondary” anything. It is... [more]

Sequel to success

Six players to follow after World Championship[more]

World Championships are much more than a tournament dedicated to crowning top... [more]

 

 
 

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