The Bakersfield Condors have been running their annual Teddy Bear Toss for 17 years, and thanks to a huge effort from fans this past weekend, the club surpassed the 100,000-mark for donations. The stuffed animals continued to fly for close to five minutes. More
The 2016 draft prospect could have stayed in Sweden, but made the leap to the OHL and it's looking like a great call. Meanwhile, Canada has announced its final world junior camp roster and a certain rising star has been snatched away from Team USA due to eligibility rules.
Colorado Avalanche center Matt Duchene was linked to several clubs, notably the Ottawa Senators, but it appears nothing will come of it.
This past weekend was a celebration in Scotland for St. Andrew’s Day, and the EIHL’s Braehead Clan took the ice in style. Instead of wearing their normal jerseys, the Clan hit the ice decked out in purple plaid, kilt-themed attire. Nothing quite like beating an opponent while looking prepared to play the bagpipes.
New York Rangers center Derek Stepan will miss four-to-six weeks with broken ribs, and the Blueshirts are going to miss his two-way ability. Stepan was relied upon as an all-situations player, and he’s not easily replaced. The most likely scenario will see coach Alain Vigneault use a number of players to fill the hole left by Stepan.
Carolina Hurricanes goaltender Cam Ward is having a tough season, and his post had to pay for it Monday night. After allowing a weak goal to New York Rangers winger Chris Kreider, Ward turned around and smashed his stick on his goal post. Ward would end up turning the puck over last in the game which resulted in the Rangers’ game-winner.
In a nondescript game between two bad teams on a Monday night, rookie goaltender Garret Sparks provided the kind of magical and enduring memory that keeps us coming back to watch sports.
You won’t find any gaudy Fishermen or Spiderknights here. Only the all-time best in ice fashion make our definitive list of hockey’s coolest duds. Who comes in at No. 1? Let the countdown begin.
Here are three teams that are going in the right direction, and three teams that are trending the other way, based on comparing their performances in October and November.
Dream Teams ranks the top 50 NHL hockey factories from the CHL and NCAA. Our panel of judges studied the all-time rosters from all 108 active major junior and Div. I teams and established a lineup of six first-team all-stars from each organization, based on what they did in the NHL. Dream Teams also catches up with some of these major juniors.Buy now