This season, there’s a few netminders across the pond who could garner some attention from hockey fans.
Volume 3 of promotions and relegation’s makes a stop in Switzerland.
You could pull 30 story lines from Canada’s win over Finland, but one stood out.
If you got the chance to watch the Spengler Cup you would know that it had a different feel for the 91st edition.
While the World Juniors in Buffalo proves to be a bit more lackluster entertainment since Boxing Day, the Spengler Cup has been a roller coaster for every team there.
20 Canadian’s including some fresh new faces will be looking to make an impression before the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics. Looking to repeat as champions for a third year in a row, Team Canada has bolstered their lineup with three NCAA players in an uncommon roster shakeup. Andrew Ebbett, David McIntyre, Mason Raymond, Nick Spaling and Maxim Noreau return from Canada’s 2016 Spengler Cup winning team. Notable … Continue reading Team Canada names Spengler Cup roster