A youth hockey team in Durham Region spent the winter raising cans of soup for charity by playing video games, creating a ripple effect within the community. The Durham Crusaders competed for the Chevrolet Good…
Manitoba Moose defenceman Johnathan Kovacevic has embraced the role of a leader amidst a flurry of fresh faces.
Manitoba Moose defender Trent Bourque is looking to improve upon a strong first year in pro hockey. The 22-year-old spent most of last season with ECHL squad Brampton Beast where he accumulated 20 points in…
Canada begins the tournament Thursday, against Switzerland at 9 AM EST, and then faces off against the United States Saturday at 12:30 EST followed by games against Russia and Finland to wrap up the group stage.
As the final horn went off and equipment thrown into the air, the Calgary Inferno celebrated their second Clarkson Cup in four years and their history, with a 5-2 victory over Les Canadiennes de Montreal, crowning them Canadian Women’s Hockey League champions.Les Canadiennes captain Marie-Philip Poulin just as she did throughout the game, could only watch.
The Clarkson Cup final in Toronto will settle a rivalry four years in the making.At least for now.
Jaime Lee Rattray scored the game winner and added an assist to lead Team Canada to a 4-3 win over Team USA evening up the Rivalry Series at one game apiece in women’s hockey international play Thursday night.
Canada was forced to rebound after dropping the opener Tuesday night in London 1-0, where American goaltender Alex Rigsby had a 33 save shutout performance.
Every autumn, the Elbe family of Etobicoke goes hunting for deals on hockey equipment. The Elbes’ main stop is the “Big 60” event at National Sports Centre. It’s a 60-hour sale every November. The family never misses it. Brian and Lucy Elbe wade through the aisles with their two sons: Gabriel, 12, and Matthew, 9. Gabriel grabs a shiny green hockey stick off the shelf. “I want this one,” he says. “I like the colour!” His father checks the price tag: $299.99. “Me too!” Matthew shouts, unknowingly asking his father for an additional $300. “You guys aren’t getting those,” Brian Elbe says, handing the boys two other sticks to try. They grudgingly accept and it’s on to the next item. “You try and spend reasonably. … For an 11-year-old or 9-year-old, the top brand or the middle, it makes no difference.”
OTTAWA—Ottawa celebrated women’s hockey this past weekend while they hosted both the IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championships and the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association provincials. Young girls from across Ontario collected in the nation’s capital to…
Asking about Sean Monahan around the locker room of the Ontario Hockey League’s Ottawa 67’s makes one wonder if at the junior hockey level there is a single hole in the forward’s game.