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 members playing or working in hockey was recently honoured by the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.
Reborn Champions Hockey League starts Thursday[more]
The Champions Hockey League puck was at many places during its summer campaign. On 21st August it will finally hit the ice when the first 15 games of the 44-team competition will be played. Photo: Champions Hockey League
ZURICH – After two years of planning the new Champions Hockey League kicks off with 15 games on Thursday. 44 clubs from 12 European countries participate in the new competition....
Worlds schedule released
Czechs prepare for hockey festival in Prague and Ostrava[more]
The O2 Arena in Prague will host an IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship for the second time. It was built shortly before the 2004 Worlds. Photo: Mikko Jarvinen / Europhoto
The game schedule for the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship to be hosted by Prague and Ostrava from May 1-17, 2015 was released on Tuesday, August...
Against Czechs Canada claims 7th straight Ivan Hlinka[more]
The Canadian U18 national team celebrates after winning the 2014 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup. Photo: Werner Krainbucher
BRECLAV, Czech Republic – Ten years to the day of Ivan Hlinka’s tragic death, Canada defeated the Czech Republic 6-2 to win its seventh-straight title at the tournament named for...