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50 years, 4,000 games

by Jonathan Hodgson He grew up listening to the great Danny Gallivan call Montreal Canadiens games as a youngster, and today Bob Ridley still credits the Hall of Fame voice of the Canadiens for planting a seed that grew into his love for hockey and passion for broadcasting. β€œMy hero […]

Rob Wallator

Savoie denied exceptional status

As per WHL sources including Prince George Cougars General Manager Mark Lamb, 2004-born generational talent Matthew Savoie has been denied exceptional status in the Western Hockey League. On the same day that Shane Wright received the honour of exceptional status in the Ontario Hockey League, Savoie has been denied the […]

Daily Dose of the Dub: WHL’ers lead Canada to decisive win; Thomson cut from Finland

Glass’ three-point night, Scott’s saves lead Canada to 2-0 start in exhibition play RECAP | Cody Glass had a goal and two assists for the second game in a row, and πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ rode a four-goal 1st period to a 6-1 pre-tournament win over πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡°. πŸ“ŠπŸ“° | #REPRESENT — […]

Andy Devlin

Daily Dose of the Dub: Alexeyev named to Russian WJC roster; Edmonton & Red Deer to host 2021 WJC

Russia releases WJC camp roster Team Russia U20 WJC camp roster has been announced. #WorldJuniors — Russian Prospects (@RUSProspects) December 5, 2018 Red Deer Rebels d-man Alexander Alexeyev has been named to the Russian selection camp for the upcoming WJC. The Washington Capitals first-round prospect also participated in the […]

Daily Dose of the Dub: Seven WHL’ers make Team Canada camp; Moose Jaw makes pair of trades; Patterson off to Everett

Team Canada selection camp to feature seven WHL players The WHL is proud to send 7️⃣ players to #REPRESENT at @HockeyCanada's National Junior Team Selection Camp! #WorldJuniors πŸ“° | — The WHL (@TheWHL) December 3, 2018 Hockey Canada released their 34-man selection camp roster for the World Juniors […]