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USA Hockey & NHL Network Announce Extension and Expansion of Exclusive U.S. TV Rights Agreement Through 2021

October 17, 2017 – USA Hockey and NHL Network today announced an agreement that gives NHL Network the exclusive U.S. rights to televise the IIHF World Junior Championship, IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship and the IIHF Under-18 Men’s World Championship through 2021. NHL Network will provide complete coverage of each tournament, including game telecasts and comprehensive previews,

Perry’s Ice Cream Unveils New Sabres Flavor – Let’s Dough Buffalo

Today, Akron, NY-based Perry’s Ice Cream released a new Buffalo-themed Sabres ice cream called“Let’s Dough Buffalo” (which, of course, is a nod to the famous Let’s Go Buffalo chant).  The ice cream is a combination of cookie dough flavored ice cream, crushed cookie swirls and cookie dough pieces. The product will be sold at Wegmans,

Three Players Who Shined Today at The USHL Fall Classic

Pittsburgh - - Today was a full slate of games at the USHL Fall Classic. Teams have yet to play regular season games but they’re already getting judged as if it has begun. The best goalie I saw today was Jiri Patera (6th round pick of the Vegas Golden Knights in

Quinn Hughes is a Generational Talent

Quinn Hughes learned to skate when he was two. Every member of his family played hockey. His father, Jim, spent six years with the Toronto Maple Leafs as the Director of Player Development from 2009-2015. Quinn has the kind of hockey brain that you don’t see every day. A year

Mitchell Vande Sompel Showed His Stuff in Philly

Philadelphia - - The Islanders beat the Flyers in a rookie game. The results aren’t that important. Mitchell Vande Sompel scored the OT game-winner but that was just icing on the cake of an already solid night. “It was a bit sloppy. It was our first high intensity game. Everything’s going

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