IIHF Announces Fines and Suspensions: Ivan Fedotov| 05/11/2024

The International Ice Hockey Federation recently sanctioned Philadelphia Flyers goalie Ivan Fedotov, CSKA Moscow, and the Russian Federation. Fedotov is prohibited from participating in any IIHF competitions, including the Olympics, for a period of three years. Fedotov, a 2015 NHL draft seventh-round pick, signed a one-year entry-level contract with the Flyers in 2022. His North […]

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PWHL Boston at The IIHF Women’s World Championship Recap

The Women’s World Championship is over and the PWHL is back in action this week! 5 out of the 7 Boston players who left to represent their country will return to Boston with a medal. Here is a recap of how each player did during this tournament. Jamie Lee Rattray-Team Canada Canadian forward and Boston […]

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PWHL Boston at the IIHF Women’s World Championship

We have arrived at the PWHL international break; from April 3rd to the 14th, the 2024 IIHF Women’s World Championship will be played. This is a global tournament that consists of the best players around the world. Below are all the PWHL Boston players that will represent their country during this time. Boston forward and […]

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Matt Poitras, the Boston Bruins, and the World Junior Championship a Win-Win-Win

Ahead of the 2023 World Junior Championship, Team Canada received a boost following the news out of Boston regarding the Bruins budding 19-year-old center, Matt Poitras. After much speculation, it was made official Poitras would leave the Bruins, briefly, to help his native Canada compete. Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney spoke regarding the decision “There’s […]

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An Interview With USA Olympian Bill “Buzz” Schneider

During the 1980 Winter Olympics, The US pulled off a “Miracle on Ice,” beating the Soviet Union, a team who hadn’t lost a game in the Olympics since 1968 and had won the last four gold medals, lost to the Americans 4-3 in one of the most historic hockey games in history as the Americans […]

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Labor Day Weekend Hockey Catch-Up

Now that it’s September, various hockey organizations are starting to prepare for the upcoming season. Hockey fans coming out of summer hibernation will find several news items to catch up on over this long weekend. The NHL and its Players Association are working towards returning to regular international exhibitions, including the Olympics. During the NHL’s […]

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Washington Capitals Seeking Trade Partner for Kuznetsov

At the end of the NHL season, it had been rumored that the Washington Capitals were looking to make some moves and retool their roster. One of those rumored names is Center Evgeny Kuznetsov. The Capitals and Kuznetsov have had an up-and-down history. Winning the Stanley Cup with the Caps was the peak, and then […]

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Why The NHL Needs to Adapt a Seven-Minute OT

Before the 2005-06 season, the NHL implemented the shootout to eliminate ties, and recently, there’s been a topic that the games shouldn’t be decided in a shootout because it’s not a team effort, and in certain situations, I agree, but I believe that there is one change that would make all fans happy, and that’s […]

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Marco Scandella in a St. Louis Blues uniform

Player Profile: Marco Scandella

Love him or hate him, Marco Scandella is a part of the St. Louis Blues’ defense. Marco Scandella, a Blues defenseman, was born to parents Francesco and Sandra Scandella in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on February 23, 1990. The 33-year-old comes from a hockey family, as his older brother, Giulio Scandella, is a professional hockey player […]

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Canada’s Unsung Hero

Joshua Roy. Let’s be honest here, how many of you heard of that name before the world juniors started two weeks ago? Now that the world juniors are officially over, some of you are probably tired of hearing his name. Anyways that’s beside the point, today I am going to do a deep dive on […]

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