Some prospects are known as the best scorers in the draft and others are known for their playmaking. Anton Lundell has that combination making him a top prospect and a very safe pick in the upcoming 2020 NHL Draft.
“We had a really good season. I did improve my game,” Lundell
Every hockey fan recognizes the image. Bobby Orr flies through the air as he celebrates the Stanley Cup-winning goal.
With the exception of perhaps Paul Henderson being embraced by Yvan Cournoyer after scoring the goal in Moscow that won the 1972 Summit Series for Team Canada, or maybe the photo of
NEW YORK/TORONTO (April 29, 2020) – Following the NHL/NHLPA Return to Play Committee’s meeting today, and in line with guidance provided by medical experts and national and local authorities, the NHLPA and the NHL issued the following statement regarding the continuing pause in the 2019-20 season:
Despite numerous reports and speculation
Saroya Tinker was drafted by the Metropolitan Riveters with the 4th overall pick in the 2020 NWHL Draft. She’s a strong defender out of Yale University. She’s a Toronto, Ontario native who will now spend part of the year in Northern Jersey. Like any prospect heading into the pros, she’s
Job creation is a good idea for any industry. Adding jobs would be music to the NHLPA’s ears and it would create a lot of discussion with the commissioner and the owners. But is the creation of an exceptional status feasible?
“The terms of a luxury tax would have to be
Ryan O’Rourke is a 6-2, 181-pound defenseman who is going to hear his name called in the 2020 NHL Draft. Where this happens depends on a few different variables. The first is his strength and there’s no doubt he has a frame to build on so that’s not an issue.
Avtomobilist has secured the services of German international forward Brooks Macek for two seasons. The Olympic silver medallist will continue in Yekaterinburg under head coach Bill Peters. His first season in KHL produced 47 (24+23) points in 66 games.
Another import who will be back next season is young Slovak forward Adam
It was a year ago this week when I met an almost mythical legend in hockey history.
He seemed like a regular guy.
We shook hands – you could shake hands in that pre-pandemic era – and exchanged pleasantries for a few seconds. I got his autograph on the book written about
It’s another rainy day in Vancouver. I think that should be a song. Folks here boast about the warm weather (40 degrees) but forget to tell you it’s a rainforest!! Moving on I had a chance to take in my first-ever World Junior Championship game last night. Actually in the
Dynamo Moscow secured two imports on two-year deals. Czech international Dmitrij Jaskin, who was particularly effective in tandem with Vadim Shipachyov this season, has agreed an extension, while Slovak defenseman Michal Cajkovsky is also coming back to Moscow. The Blue-and-Whites also secured the services of head coach Vladimir Krikunov for another