When the National Hockey League announced on April 3, 2017, that its players would not be allowed to participate at the 2018 Olympics, viewers were not amused. Turns out the absence of NHL players brought a sense of unpredictability and a belief among teams that anybody could go far.
People are excited for the start of the new NHL season on Oct. 4, and Toronto Observer reporters are here to get you ready.
TORONTO – Erik Burgdoerfer scored the game winning goal at 10:31 of the third period as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2 at the Air Canada Centre on Tuesday night. Burgdoerfer was sent in alone out of the penalty box with his initial shot turned aside by Frederik Andersen. However, Toronto’s Andreas […]
One way to draw the attention of any employer is through hard work. That’s the approach Adam Brooks took Sunday morning, as the centre represented one of only two prospects to show up for an optional skate session at Ricoh Coliseum. Though the Winnipeg, Man., native has missed some time this weekend after a seemingly […]
Rookie Evgeny Svechnikov had a game to remember, scoring a pair of goals in the Red Wings 2-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs.