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Hockey May 27, 2018

The 2017-18 season comes to an end Sunday for the Canadian Junior Hockey League, with two teams – the host Chilliwack Chiefs and Wellington Dukes – remaining in the chase for the RBC Cup.

Hockey May 26, 2018

The Washington Capitals’ superstar sniper and the Vegas Golden Knights’ franchise-face goalie lead the way for playoff MVP, but several other players could join the Conn Smythe Trophy conversation with a big showing in the Stanley Cup final. Heading into the Stanley Cup final, the Conn Smythe Trophy feels like a two-horse race between Vegas […]

Hockey May 26, 2018

COPENHAGEN, Denmark – Canada’s National Men’s Team closed out the 2018 IIHF World Championship with a 4-1 defeat by the United States in Sunday’s bronze-medal game. With the loss, Canada finishes in fourth place and out of the medal standings for the first time since 2014. Canada was on pace for four consecutive medal finishes; […]

Hockey May 25, 2018

If it was possible to cheer for both teams to win the Stanley Cup, the 2018 final would be the perfect opportunity as both the Golden Knights and Capitals are full of great players and great people who are deserving of playoff glory. I certainly can’t lay claim to it, but there’s a pretty good […]

Hockey May 24, 2018

The eyes of the junior hockey world are on Regina this week for the Memorial Cup, and more than a few Team Canada alumni are taking their turns in the national spotlight. In all, 26 players who have worn the Maple Leaf in the Program of Excellence are in Saskatchewan, trying to add a national […]

Hockey May 23, 2018

CHILLIWACK, B.C. – Following a break that lasted nearly nine weeks after losing in the first round of the BCHL playoffs, the host Chilliwack Chiefs have won the 2018 RBC Cup by erasing a one-goal deficit in the third period to defeat the Wellington Dukes 4-2. “I told them to believe in themselves and stay […]

Hockey May 22, 2018

The pairing of Travis Dermott and Timothy Liljegren has brought together two of the organization’s best young talents and a Calder Cup is now just six wins away Amidst all the front office moves in Toronto these days, fans of the Maple Leafs can at least still watch some hockey with an eye on the […]

Hockey May 21, 2018

Canada’s National Junior A Championship will make its home in British Columbia for the 14th time after the Chilliwack Chiefs came from behind to beat the Wellington Dukes on Sunday night and win a home-ice RBC Cup. CHILLIWACK CHIEFS 4, WELLINGTON DUKES 2 Will Calverley, Corey Andonovski and Tommy Lee scored less than eight minutes […]