What a crazy year it has been in women’s hockey. It was only one year ago did we have two professional women’s hockey leagues in North America; only 12 months Continue Reading
In the evening of the family day across Canada, the Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings made a blockbuster of a trade. The Canucks sent multiple assets to California while Continue Reading
Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on 49 Sports Network on January 26th. Professional hockey is finally flourishing in Canada’s Maritime provinces as the ECHL’s Newfoundland Growlers have given a Continue Reading
Faster than Clayton Keller, but not in a league. That doesn’t matter to Kendall Coyne Schofield who will be one of 20 players to showcase women’s hockey at the annual Continue Reading
The air gets a bit colder, people get a bit nicer, the best players leave to represent their countries and each of the CHL’s three leagues go on their Christmas Continue Reading
When one thinks of hockey, the first country that comes to mind is Canada, but for Reading Royals forward and former University of Alberta Golden Bear Brayden Low, the game Continue Reading
“It’s fun playing again,” said Vancouver Canucks forward Antoine Roussel as he stepped off the ice following his Comets 4-3 win over the Toronto Marlies at Scotiabank Arena. The Frenchman’s Continue Reading
Hockey teams are known for their extravagant game day promotions and gimmicks. This past weekend, the Vancouver Canucks ECHL affiliate set a world record, the first time an ECHL team Continue Reading
Canucks defeat the Flyers in a shootout. Benny’s Bites goes over the whole night.
Canucks crown the Kings. Canucks crown a captain. Oh yea, they scored eight goals too!