Canada Women down USA in first Rivalry Series

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  February 19, 2019 DETROIT — The inaugural Rivalry Series was created to give Canada and the United States another opportunity to put the world’s best female hockey teams on the ice together. It went so well, there likely will be a sequel. Brianne Jenner and Blayre Turnbull scored, Shannon Szabados made 38 saves, and […]

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NSWC Midgets down Semi for Gold in Phoenix

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      January 23, 2019 The North Shore Winter Club Midget A1 team are U18 Champions of this year’s edition of the Arizona Cactus Cup, held in Phoenix this past weekend. The North Shore team ended up facing cross-town rivals Semiahmoo in the finals, and after falling behind 2-0, roared back to a 3-2 […]

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BWC Bantam Varsity bring home Cactus Cup

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    January 23, 2019 The Burnaby Winter Club Academy Bantam Varsity team have brought the 2019 Arizona Cactus Cup back home from Phoenix, after winning six straight games this past weekend. The tournament kicked off on Friday, January 18 and wrapped up on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 21. The BWC team competed […]

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Top 5 BC CSSHL Bantam teams at 41st John Reid Memorial

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  January 16, 2019 The 41st John Reid Memorial, St. Albert Bantam AAA Tournament gets underway tomorrow at 8:00 AM sharp with Delta Wild Academy Green kicking things off vs the Lloydminster Bobcats. The tournament arguably hosts the most competitive teams in Western Canada and USA, and is heavily scouted by WHL and NCAA. The […]

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Four PoE players return with IIHF U18 World Women’s gold

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  January 14, 2019 Four Canadian Sport School Hockey League student athletes are returning home with gold medals. Anne Cherkowski (Vernon, BC), Stephanie Markowski (Edmonton, AB), Danielle Serdachny (Edmonton, AB), Rachel Weiss (Calgary, AB) and Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team were 3-2 overtime winners over the United States in the gold medal game at the […]

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NE Chiefs lose heartbreaker at Mac’s Calgary tourney

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  January 8, 2019 The last hope for a BC run at the this year’s Mac’s Midget AAA World Invitational championship, ended with a 4-3 Vancouver NE Chiefs quarter final loss to the New York Jr. Islanders on New Year’s Eve afternoon. The Islanders would lose their semi-final vs the eventual winner, St. Albert Nektar Data […]

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US Top Teams at Richmond this year, tourney wrap

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      January 8, 2019 The 38th annual Richmond International Bantam Midget Hockey Tournament wrapped up on New Years Eve, with two USA-based teams winning the top two midget divisions. The Sno Kings U16 T1 team took the Midget AAA division, downing Portland Jr. Winterhawks 7-0 in the final, while the Arizona Jr. Sun […]

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Ian Mitchell – Logan Hunter

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January 4, 2018 by Jason La Rose, Hockey Canada 12.31.18 Ian Mitchell lost his best friend in the Humboldt tragedy; now the “kid from Calahoo” is playing for more than just a gold medal in Vancouver Logan Hunter always told Ian Mitchell that when Mitchell inevitably made Canada’s National Junior Team, he’d travel wherever he […]

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WJC – Canada out, as Finns tie late and win in OT

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    Canada goalie Michael DiPietro, front, kneels on the ice after Finland eliminated Canada with an overtime win in their world junior hockey championship quarter-final in Vancouver on Wednesday. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)     Just 47 seconds from going to semifinals, host team going home after quarter-final loss Gemma Karstens-Smith · The Canadian Press […]

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WJC – Captain Comtois’ UFC inspired pump-up is a big hit

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          December 31, 2018 Frank Seravalli, TSN Senior Hockey Reporter VANCOUVER — When Maxime Comtois first began shouting his Bruce Buffer-inspired, UFC-style pregame pump up in the tunnel, the rest of Team Canada didn’t know exactly how to react. “I didn’t know what was going on,” forward Shane Bowers said. “I […]

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