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De La Rose set to make NHL debut

De La Rose set to make NHL debut

Jacob de la Rose Age: 19 Birthplace: Arvika, Sweden Position: Left Wing Height: 6’2″ Weight: 190 Draft: 34th Overall / 2nd Round (2013 – Montreal) 2014-15 Stats: 11 points in 39 games with Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)   After recalling the 19-year old Jacob de la Rose from the Hamilton Bulldogs on Monday, it has been […]

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WJC 2015: Zach Fucale, Martin Reway Impress

WJC 2015: Zach Fucale, Martin Reway Impress

5-4 Canada. 8.1 seconds left. Canada ices the puck. Russia wins the puck back to Rinat Valiev, who takes a shot. The shot is deflected, but Fucale, as he has been on every other big stage, is there to calmly make the save. 3.9 seconds left. Sam Reinhart lines up against Ivan Barbashev. Reinhart wins the […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Ten (Medal Edition)

2015 World Juniors: Day Ten (Medal Edition)

Day ten of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships concludes the 2015 World Juniors with both the bronze and the gold medal game in Toronto. At 4:00pm EST, Slovakia and Sweden battles it out for the right to take the bronze medal. Since Slovakia became independent after the Czechoslovakia split in 1993, they have won […]

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Prospect Update: McCarron’s Exceptional (Dec. 29-Jan. 4)

Prospect Update: McCarron’s Exceptional (Dec. 29-Jan. 4)

  Michael McCarron captures first star this week for his incredible six-point performance and three-point debut with the Oshawa Generals. Team Canada goaltender, Zach Fucale, claims second star honours, while Daniel Audette finally returns to the “Notable Performances” category. Artturi Lehkonen’s disappointing WJC came to an end, while Martin Reway posted a hat trick. Charles […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Nine (Semi-Finals)

2015 World Juniors: Day Nine (Semi-Finals)

Day nine of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships consists of both semi-final games which takes place at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. At 4:00pm EST the first semi-final match between Sweden and Russia will take place. Sweden and Russia met in the preliminary round on December 29th in front of 16,710 spectators at […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Eight

2015 World Juniors: Day Eight

Host Cities Toronto – All Group B games in the Preliminary Round which includes Czech Republic, Denmark, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden. – Relegation games (5th place in Group A vs. 5th place in Group B – Best of 3). – 2 Quarter-Final games. – Both Semi-Final games. – Bronze Medal game. – Gold Medal game. Air […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Seven (Quarter-Finals)

2015 World Juniors: Day Seven (Quarter-Finals)

Host Cities Toronto – All Group B games in the Preliminary Round which includes Czech Republic, Denmark, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden. – Relegation games (5th place in Group A vs. 5th place in Group B – Best of 3). – 2 Quarter-Final games. – Both Semi-Final games. – Bronze Medal game. – Gold Medal game. Air […]

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Swiss Captain Yannick Rathgeb Suspended 2 Games

Swiss Captain Yannick Rathgeb Suspended 2 Games

The IIHF Disciplinary Panel has decided to suspend Team Switzerland’s captain Yannick Rathgeb for his hit to the head of Team Sweden’s Anton Blidh. Blidh was injured on the play and needed help from the medical staff to leave the ice surface. The Swedish forward was unable to return to the game. Rathgeb was given a 5-minute […]

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Team Canada: Golden Homecoming?

Team Canada: Golden Homecoming?

Winning the World Junior Hockey Championships may be a dream for some, but for Team Canada on home soil, it’s expected. Nothing quite rallies our country together like international hockey tournaments, be it the Ivan Hlinka Tournament, Spengler Cup, or the Winter Olympics; but the World Juniors seem to add just a bit more. Sidney Crosby’s golden […]

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2015 World Juniors: Day Six (New Year’s Eve)

2015 World Juniors: Day Six (New Year’s Eve)

Host Cities Toronto – All Group B games in the Preliminary Round which includes Czech Republic, Denmark, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden. – Relegation games (5th place in Group A vs. 5th place in Group B – Best of 3). – 2 Quarter-Final games. – Both Semi-Final games. – Bronze Medal game. – Gold Medal game. Air […]

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Canadiens Re-Up Charles Hudon For One Year

Early this morning, the Canadiens announced that they signed Charles Hudon to a one-year, one-way contract ($800,000). Just like his fellow teammates Armia and Lehkonen, he avoided going to arbitration. His date set for August 2nd. This will be Hudon’s fourth season with the Montreal Canadiens having played his first professional season during the 2014-15 […]

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