Despite an early goal being called off, the Canadians stomped on the Swiss. Kirby Dach’s goal 50 seconds into the first period was called off due to a kneeing penalty (thanks Krebs?), but that didn’t slow down the home soil squad. Ottawa 67’s forward Graeme Clarke opened the scoring off a friendly bounce off the end wall to put Canada up 1-0. Seven minutes into … Continue reading Canada waxes the floor with Switzerland in Hlinka Gretzky Cup opener
Volume 3 of promotions and relegation’s makes a stop in Switzerland.
Now I took some inspiration from Barstool Sports’ recent blog, but I think a few schools need to be in consideration.
Volume 2 of promotions and relegation’s makes a stop in Deutschland.
RIP Ray Emery, a true legend between the pipes.
In July of 2016 I was at a charity golf tournament in Saskatoon. It was 2 months before the World Cup and 4 of Canada’s coaches were in attendance; Mike Babcock, Barry Trotz, Joel Quenneville, and Claude Julien….. not bad. To interact with the people in attendance, the coaches went from table to table and you could ask them any question you wanted. Mike Babcock … Continue reading NHL’s Most Underrated: Aleksander Barkov
It’s not everyday you hear of players turn down the chance to play with the best player in the NHL… until you realize you have to live and play in Edmonton.
Tampa paying $9.5 for Nikita Kucherov who leans heavily on his teammates and is relatively unproven when games get tough is laughable.
Volume 1 of promotions and relegation’s makes a stop in the Czech Republic.
With a new unproven coach in Bill Peters I’m really not sure he’s the man to lead the charge, but some of the new additions will help out.