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Penguins Fall To Bears 5-2 Fall Behind 2-1 In Series

Wilkes-Barre - May. 7, 2016: WBS Penguins could not break down the Hershey defense and fall behind 2-1 in series. FULL STORY

Penguins Fall To Bears 2-0 Series Even 1-1

Mountain Top - May. 6, 2016: It would be the Hershey Bears getting on the boards first tonight in game two of round two, a short handed tally none the less making it a one to none game. It wouldn't be three minutes later FULL STORY

DeSmith Gets First Shutout As Penguins Take Hershey 4-0. Game 1 Round 2

Mountain Top - May. 4, 2016: Daniel Sprong gets the Penguins off and running with a nice tally just 44 seconds in to tonight's game against the Hershey Bears. FULL STORY

Memorial Cup 2017 Coming To Windsor

Windsor - May. 2, 2016: this morning’s long awaited announcement that the Windsor Spitfires will play host to the 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup. In a press release from the Spits, OHL Commissioner David Branch was quoted as saying “The city of Windsor and Essex County is home to some of the most passionate fans in the entire Canadian Hockey League.” Commissioner Branch is right. We love our hockey, and we love our Spitfires. Think back to May 2010 when the Spits won their second Memorial Cup in a row. FULL STORY

Windsor Spitfires to Host 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup

Windsor - May. 2, 2016: The Ontario Hockey League today announced, on behalf of the 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup Site Selection Committee, that the Windsor Spitfires Hockey Club will host the 2017 MasterCard Memorial Cup. FULL STORY

Penguins Over Bruins 4-3 In OT – Lead Series 2-0
Mountain Top - Apr. 21, 2016: It was Providence getting the jump tonight sinking a short handed goal to start, WBS not able to get anything going on the power play this period.
WBS Drops Today’s Game To Bears 1/1 On Weekend
Hometown Hockey NHL Playoff Pool - register today
Stoney Point - Apr. 10, 2016: It is that time of year again. It is time for the NHL Playoffs, where 16 teams compete for the Stanley Cup, poolies across the globe try to win some dough and the Toronto Maple Leafs work on their golf game. It is a tough time of year for us Leaf fans. When my Dad was alive, he enjoyed running a playoff pool each season. Since his passing in 2008, his tradition has continued and we are ready to launch the 20th Annual Hometown Hockey Playoff Pool.
Hockey stars away from the ice
Toronto - Mar. 5, 2016: When it comes to our favourite hockey players, we all think we know just about everything there is to know about some of our games greats. However, as sports stars are now brands in themselves and have so much more to their professional lives away from the ice, we take a look at how our superstars behave once the sticks are down, and how many have turned their skills into cash by other means.
Maple Leafs call up Nylander and Kapanen
Toronto - Feb. 29, 2016: The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Monday that the club has recalled forwards William Nylander, Kasperi Kapanen, Nikita Soshnikov, Zach Hyman, and Ben Smith from the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League (AHL). In addition, forwards Mark Arcobello, Brendan Leipsic and Josh Leivo were loaned to the Marlies.
Injury sidelines Penguins
Injury sidelines Penguins' Crosby vs. Blue Jackets
Wes Crosby

Pittsburgh - Dec. 21, 2015: Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby will not play against the Columbus Blue Jackets at Consol Energy Center on Monday because of a lower-body injury. Crosby did not practice Sunday after earning three assists in his past two games, a 6-2 loss to the Boston Bruins on Friday and a 2-1 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday. Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said Crosby's status against the Blue Jackets was questionable Sunday, but confirmed he would not play a day later.
Injury sidelines Penguins FULL STORY

Canadiens goalie Price to miss at least six weeks
Canadiens goalie Price to miss at least six weeks
Arpon Basu

Montreal - Nov. 30, 2015: Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price will miss at least the next six weeks because of a lower-body injury that will not require surgery, the Canadiens announced Monday. Price originally was injured Oct. 29 during a 4-3 loss at the Edmonton Oilers and did not return until Nov 20, a 5-3 win at the New York Islanders. He played the return leg of the home and home with the Islanders on Nov 22 and started at the New York Rangers on Nov. 25. But he left that game after the second period when he aggravated the original injury.
Canadiens goalie Price to miss at least six weeks FULL STORY

Positives, Not Pain, Define Leafs
Positives, Not Pain, Define Leafs' Start to Season
Chris Johnston

Toronto - Nov. 25, 2015: Pain was losing 6-2 to the sad-sack Buffalo Sabres last November and 9-2 on home ice to Nashville three days later. Pain was the avalanche of criticism that arrived at the dressing room door after choosing to skip the customary post-game salute to fans. Pain was a 9-28-5 finish to the season, and shooting yourselves in the skates again and again and again. This? This is not pain.
Positives, Not Pain, Define Leafs FULL STORY

Tkachuk, Nylander earn top Central Scouting grades
Tkachuk, Nylander earn top Central Scouting grades
Mike G. Morreale

Toronto - Nov. 24, 2015: The London Knights and Mississauga Steelheads of the Ontario Hockey League each had three players earn A ratings from NHL Central Scouting in its November players to watch list for the 2016 NHL Draft, released Tuesday. Among the players Central Scouting believes could go in the first round in June are London left wings Matthew Tkachuk (6-foot-1, 195 pounds) and Max Jones (6-3, 205), and defenseman Olli Juolevi (6-2, 179), as well as Mississauga centers Michael McLeod (6-2, 188) and Alexander Nylander (6-0, 179) and right wing Nathan Bastian (6-4, 208).
Tkachuk, Nylander earn top Central Scouting grades FULL STORY

Flyers to separate Giroux, Voracek against Hurricanes
Flyers to separate Giroux, Voracek against Hurricanes

Philadelphia - Nov. 24, 2015: The Philadelphia Flyers will try two new forward combinations in a quest to rediscover their offense when they play the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday. At practice Monday top-line center Claude Giroux was flanked by left wing Michael Raffl and right wing Brayden Schenn. Right wing Jakub Voracek, who has played on Giroux's line for most of the past few seasons, was shifted to right wing on a line with left wing Chris VandeVelde and center Pierre-Edouard Bellemare.
Flyers to separate Giroux, Voracek against Hurricanes FULL STORY

Brandon Davidson and the Edmonton Oilers
Brandon Davidson and the Edmonton Oilers
Rob Soria
The Hockey Writers

Edmonton - Nov. 23, 2015: Edmonton Oilers defenceman Brandon Davidson was in a bit of a tough spot heading into training camp. In order for the 24-year old to start the year in the NHL, he needed to make enough of an impression on head coach Todd McLellan to slot him above two of Mark Fayne, Andrew Ference, Oscar Klefbom, Nikita Nikitin, Darnell Nurse, Griffin Reinhart, Justin Schultz and Andrej Sekera. To his credit, he accomplished exactly that and has not looked back since.
Brandon Davidson and the Edmonton Oilers FULL STORY

The incredibly overrated Kris Russell
The incredibly overrated Kris Russell
Jonathan Willis

Calgary - Nov. 23, 2015: It was the summer of 2013, and the St. Louis Blues found themselves with a glut of defencemen. To clear roster and salary space, they decided to place Kris Russell on waivers. Russell wasn’t a mystery man, he was a 26-year-old veteran of more than 350 NHL games, a known commodity to NHL teams. All of those teams, given the chance to acquire his rights at no asset cost, passed
The incredibly overrated Kris Russell FULL STORY

Canadiens forward Gallagher out indefinitely
Canadiens forward Gallagher out indefinitely
Arpon Basu

Montreal - Nov. 23, 2015: Montreal Canadiens right wing Brendan Gallagher was well on his way to another career-best season. His season took an unfortunate turn Sunday. Gallagher will have surgery Monday on two fractured fingers on his left hand and will be out indefinitely, coach Michel Therrien announced after a 4-2 win against the New York Islanders at Bell Centre on Sunday.
Canadiens forward Gallagher out indefinitely FULL STORY

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