Welcome to the 24th Annual HometownHockey.ca - 2019-20 Playoff Pool. A group of die hard hockey fans founded the Cornwall Fantasy Hockey League in 1995. That lead to the birth of Murph's Fantasy Hockey League in 2003, the Windsor Fantasy Hockey League in 2013 and the Hometown Hockey Fantasy League in 2019. During each hockey season, we have conducted a Playoff Hockey Pool - to make watching the games even more exciting! You are invited to join us and while you are at it...why dont you invite a friend!
This year, we will be using the Office Pools platform to reduce site administration time and to provide real-time scoring.
Stoney Point - Jul. 30, 2020: Hockey is Back! The NHL has entered to bubble cities and the real games are about to begin. It is time for the NHL Playoffs, where this year 24 teams compete for the Stanley Cup. 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 24th Annual Hometown Hockey Playoff Pool. FULL STORY
Toronto - Jul. 28, 2020: Six Canadian teams will battle it out to win the Stanley Cup when the NFL returns with an expanded playoff format this summer. We have analyzed each team’s chances of success as they prepare to lock horns with several elite US contenders. FULL STORY
Stoney Point - Jun. 19, 2020: Our first former Cornwall Royals player, was Darren Colbourne. As expected, Colby was a great interview and told some awesome stories - including a few about his time staying at Davina Alexander's home. (More affectionately called Mrs. A). Once our podcast went live, some pretty neat things happened. We were thrilled to have Darren, Paul Lalande, Tom Nemeth, Ryan VandenBussche and Rob Dykeman join us for this reunion podcast with Mrs. A! FULL STORY
Toronto - Jun. 11, 2020: The National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) announced today that formal training camps (Phase 3) for the 24 teams resuming play will open on Friday, July 10, provided that medical and safety conditions allow and the parties have reached an overall agreement on resuming play. The length of training camp and, therefore, the start date for formal resumption of play (Phase 4) will be determined at a future date. FULL STORY
Windsor - Jun. 8, 2020: HometownHockey.ca Two On One podcast Episode Three features former Windsor Spitfire Todd Warriner, who went on to a very successful NHL career. Warriner spent most of his NHL time as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs and also played for Tampa Bay, Phoenix, Vancouver, Philadelphia and Nashville. He shared some great stories with us, including how earned his nickname “One Touch” and talked about his time playing in Europe.