2022 Team Canada Olympic hockey jerseys

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What does absolutely everyone consider the 2022 Team Canada Olympic hockey jerseys pictured above? Do you approve or do you opt for preceding years’ Team Canada jerseys? What we do now not recognise just yet… which gamers may be carrying the black, white or purple jerseys come February? You can view our Canada Olympic Hockey […]

September 28: This Day in NHL History

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September 28 NHL History 1926: The New York Rangers, preparing for their first NHL season, acquire center Frank Boucher in a trade with Vancouver of the Western Hockey League for $15,000. Boucher becomes one of the Rangers’ first stars, helping them win the Stanley Cup in 1928 and 1933. He also wins the Lady Byng Trophy so often (seven times in […]

September 24: This Day in NHL History

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September 24 NHL History 1937: The NHL adopts the icing rule, under which a team not playing shorthanded that shoots the puck from its own zone across the opposition’s goal line has the ensuing faceoff brought back to one of the circles in its zone after the opposing team touches the puck. It prevents a team […]

September 16: This Day in NHL History

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September 16 NHL History 1978: Wayne Gretzky, 17, attends his first professional training camp as a member of the Indianapolis Racers of the World Hockey Association. He ends up playing eight games with Indianapolis before being sold to the Edmonton Oilers. After the 1978-79 season, the Oilers and three other WHA teams are absorbed into the […]

September 15: This Day in NHL History

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September 15 NHL History 1960: Maurice Richard announces his retirement after 18 seasons in the NHL, all with the Montreal Canadiens. The “Rocket” retires at age 39 after playing on eight Stanley Cup-winning teams and finishes his career as the NHL’s all-time leader with 544 goals, including 50 in 50 games during the 1944-45 season. 1976: Darryl Sittler‘s goal at […]

September 13: This Day in NHL History

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September 13 NHL History 1926: Emile Francis, who follows a long playing career as a goaltender with a longer one as an NHL coach and executive, is born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Francis goes 31-52-11 in six seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers from 1946-47 through 1951-52, then spends eight more in the […]

September 6: This Day in NHL History

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September 6 NHL History 1967: The expansion Los Angeles Kings hold their first practice when they open training camp in Guelph, Ontario. The Kings train in Guelph for two seasons before moving to Victoria, British Columbia; they begin holding camp in Los Angeles in 1974. 1972: The Soviet Union rallies for a 4-4 tie against Canada in […]

September 2: This Day in NHL History

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September 2 NHL History 1943: Glen Sather is born in High River, Alberta. Sather plays 10 seasons in the NHL and one in the World Hockey Association, but makes his real impact on hockey as a coach and executive, building the Edmonton Oilers into a team that wins the Stanley Cup five times in seven seasons […]

Tyson Barrie injured wrestling teammate at hotel

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Tyson Barrie has been ruled out for the remainder of the world hockey championship with a lower-body injury, after he sustained a leg laceration while wrestling with a teammate inside the team’s hotel. Barrie was tied for the team lead with seven points through three games. Barrie played in 74 games with the Colorado Avalanche […]

World Cup of Hockey 2016 Team Canada Roster Projection

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Here are the Team Canada roster projections for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey. Forwards: First Line: Steven Stamkos | Sidney Crosby | Tyler Sequin Second Line: Logan Couture | John Tavares | Matt Duchene Third Line: Corey Perry | Jonathan Toews | Ryan Getzlaf Fourth Line: Patrice Bergeron | Joe Thornton  | Claude Giroux Extra Skater(AKA 13th Forward): Brad Marchand Defence First Pairing: Shea Weber | Drew Doughty […]

World Cup of Hockey: Team Canada Roster

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Team Canada announced their roster for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey. Goalies: G Corey Crawford, Chicago Blackhawks G Braden Holtby, Washington Capitals G Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens Defenceman D Brent Burns, San Jose Sharks D Drew Doughty, Los Angeles Kings D Duncan Keith, Chicago Blackhawks D Jake Muzzin, Los Angeles Kings D Alex Pietrangelo, St. […]