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It’s their final exhibition matchup of the pre-tournament and Canada looks to apply the same pressure they’ve produced in their first two meetings. Sunday night’s game against Finland showed that this team can in...

Canada came through the gate a bit slow and sluggish. They managed to escape the first period tied at 1, but as the game progressed with chances equaling out by the midway point, Canada...

Team Quinn does exactly what the former NHL head coach always demanded from his team. An all out hard hitting war, and that’s exactly what fans have gotten. Victor Hedman is welcomed to the tournament...

Toronto Maple Leafs’ prospect, Chris Didomenico (or Dido for short) is set to make his World Junior Hockey Championship debut this Friday as the team prepares for its first pre-tournament exhibition match against Team...

The final roster for Hockey Canada's 2009 World Junior Hockey team was announced early this morning and here were the final 16 cuts: Memorial Cup winning netminder Tyson Sexsmith and Jake Allen; defencemen Travis Hamoic...

A collection of unrelated hockey thoughts for a cold and wet Saturday morning: --- The Tampa Bay Lightning fired Head Coach Barry Melrose yesterday and named Rick Tocchet as his interim replacement. What the heck is...

Discuss it here >>> #9 - RW Jimmy Hayes, 18, Boston College (NCAA) Drafted: 2nd round, 60th overall in 2008 Strengths: Superb size and strength (6'5 210 lbs). Good skater for a player his size. High end...

A momentum swing in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins can be largely attributed to a couple of in-game changes orchestrated by bench-boss Ron Wilson. The starting first line of Mikhail Grabovski, Nik Antropov...

>>>DISCUSS IT HERE Dale Mitchell was picked in the 3rd round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft, 74th overall. At the time of the selection, Mitchell garnered plenty of interest and pressure from the fans...

>>>DISCUSS IN THE FORUMS There's a little bit of the irony in the title because in fact, Christopher Didomenico has rarely been in the spotlight at all during his hockey career. He is the definition...

The Battle of Ontario's prospects ended in triumph for the Senators in an action-packed, end-to-end tilt featuring 12 goals split 7-5. The night started brightly for the Maple Leafs following Phil Oreskovic's bout with Geoff...