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A sad day in hockey country

As hard as it is to say. It has to end sometime. The Ottawa Senators are out of the 2012 NHL playoffs.

The Weekend They Wait All Season For

There was no shortage of women’s hockey to watch this weekend. 10,900 women from across Ontario took part in the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association annual Provincial Championships (the Stanley Cup of women’s hockey in this province) in Vaughn, Ontario.

Blue and white issue apology for season ending sour

The Toronto Maple Leafs held a press conference earlier today to talk about their horrific season and what they thought about not lacing up the skates for even one playoff game in the post season. This is nothing new for the blue and white. The Leafs haven’t made it to the playoffs in seven years.  … Continue reading

Belleville high school wins OFSAA women’s hockey championship

The championship game for the OFSAA women’s high school hockey was full of excitement Friday morning in Belleville.

Petes’ number 19 leaves his mark

Orleans Ontario native and Petes centre Joey West will go down in the clubs record books this week.

13 year-old referee ejects a mother, coach and player from game

Police in Quispamsis, New Brunswick were called to a local arena this past Friday night after a 13-year-old referee ejected a hockey mom and a peewee coach.

Washington Capitals vs Ottawa Senators LIVE BLOG

Tonight I will be attempting to live blog as part of my journalism learning experience as the Ottawa Senators host the Washington Capitals. The blog will begin at 7:00 P.M and will conclude following the game. I encourage you to interact and follow along with me for this hockey match up. Comments and reaction will … Continue reading

A pastime that connects a nation

Whether it’s a frozen pond in the middle of nowhere or an arena in the heart of your hometown, Canadians from coast to coast, to coast take time to play a game that we all love.

Watson appears to be on the move

Sources say Peterborough Petes Austin Watson is on the move.

“Sid the Kid” playing it safe.

Anyone who has a brain could have seen this coming; Sidney Crosby wants to keep his, and is out of the Pittsburgh Penguins line up again after experiencing what he calls “more concussion-like symptoms”.