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West Laurel Hill Cemetery Honors Hobey Baker’s Legacy with Commemoration

BALA CYNWYD, PA – November 2018 – West Laurel Hill Cemetery, in partnership with the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Foundation, is pleased to commemorate the legendary hockey player Hobart (Hobey) Baker upon the 100thanniversary of his passing. Historic West Laurel Hill Cemetery, the final resting place of Hobey Baker, will

KHL Prospect Update – Vasily Podkolzin, Grigory Denisenko and More

Prospect watch – Russia U20 With little KHL hockey played last week, the main event for scouts tracking the progress of Russian prospects took place in Hodonin, Czech Republic at a four-nation U20 international tournament. Russia took second place in the competition, losing out to the Finns, and there were notable

Kit Rich on Hockey Exercises and More

Kit Rich is known for being Jennifer Lawrence and Kesha’s trainer. I caught up with her to get some pointers and exercises for hockey players. Hockey is a unique sport. Players work on so many different planes. Skating on a blade, it’s different later movements. With that being said, and this is coming from my

Who Will Be The Philadelphia Flyers Goalie In 2019?

The Philadelphia Flyers will give Brian Elliott another shot at holding down the starting goalie position in 2018-19. History hasn’t been kind to Flyers goaltending since Bernie Parent and the Broad Street Bullies won a pair of cups in 1974 and 1975. Sites which offer NHL betting lines show Philadelphia

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