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Hurricanes qualify Newfoundlander Clark Bishop
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Senators sign Colin White to long-term deal
The Ottawa Senators have signed Colin White to a six-year, $28.75-million extension, a promising sign for a club that has pledged to build for the future. White, who had been a restricted free agent, established himself as a solid full-time NHL ...
He’s Dean of the Olympiques
It won’t qualify as a huge surprise, but Newfoundlander Zach Dean will play with the Gatineau Olympiques for the upcoming Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season. The team made it official on its Twitter site. Dean, a 16-year-old Mount ...
Gainey happy to see former Canadiens teammate Carbonneau in Hall of Fame
Bob Gainey once fired Guy Carbonneau as head coach of the Canadiens, but he’s happy to see that his former teammate will be joining him in the Hockey Hall of Fame in November. “I played with Guy for a few years and then I watched him ...
Can Evan Bouchard emerge from Edmonton Oilers training camp with an NHL job?: 9 Things
The evenings are getting shorter. And cooler. This time of year always reminded me of two things: One, that harvest was not far around the corner. To this day I think I can smell wheat chaff before it’s even time to combine (and I’m on ...
ROBIN SHORT: Yetman finds a light at the end of the tunnel
Brad Yetman felt “alive again,” experiencing all the joys that came with playing hockey in the Canadian collegiate ranks. It was 2012, and Yetman was a Dalhousie Tiger, savouring university life and, perhaps just as importantly, ...
WHAT THE PUCK: Is this the season Jonathan Drouin finally breaks out?
The pressure is on Jonathan Drouin. It could be argued that the 24-year-old Québécois winger just might be the key to whether or not the Montreal Canadiens thrive or dive down the standings this season. Of course there are other Habs ...
Labrador West ball hockey players have stellar results in national junior championships
MIKE POWER SPECIAL TO THE LABRADOR VOICE Considering the fact that ball hockey is still a developing sport in Labrador West, the strides that young players have made in recent years are nothing short of amazing. For several years, players ...
PATRICK JOHNSTON: Will Canucks follow Panthers and retire Roberto Luongo's No. 1? And should they?
It only makes sense that Roberto Luongo’s No. 1 sweater will never be worn by another Florida Panther, as he’s the best player they’ve ever had. The not-quite-in-Fort Lauderdale team announced this week that the goalie’s ...
UPDATED: Cape Breton Eagles unveil new logo and name prior to the start of training camp
Cape Breton’s Quebec Major Junior Hockey League team has had numerous changes during the offseason and more were made on Wednesday. The Sydney-based franchise announced rebranding details in front of an estimated 300 people at Centre ...
WHAT THE PUCK: Why did the Habs take part in 'shady' John Scott deal?
I have been thinking a lot in recent days about John Scott and the role the Montreal Canadiens played in what Scott calls a “super shady” deal to try to prevent him from playing in the 2016 All-Star Game. This odious episode for the ...