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Spitfires deliver a real ouchie to Generals

Windsor - Feb. 9, 2017: It wasn’t the homecoming that Windsor business man and Oshawa Generals Owner Rocco Tullio was hoping for Thursday night. The Windsor Spitfires scored a lopsided 7-1 victory over the Gens in front of 4,936 fans at the WFCU Centre. With the win, Windsor improves to 20-3-1-0 on home ice in Canada’s south and Oshawa falls to .500 with an 11-11-3-2 road record FULL STORY

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CHL issues statement on Quebec City shooting

Quebec City - Jan. 29, 2017: On behalf of the CHL, OHL, WHL and QMJHL, our thoughts are with the family and friends of those affected by the shooting in Quebec City Sunday evening. All Top Prospect players and staff in Quebec City are safe and accounted for. FULL STORY

Spits snap losing skid with win over Bulldogs

Windsor - Jan. 29, 2017: The Windsor Spitfires skated to a 5-3 victory over the Hamilton Bulldogs on Sunday night in front of 4,784 fans at the WFCU Centre. The Spits were without star goaltender Michael DiPietro, NHL first rounders Logan Brown and Logan Stanley, NHL drafted Jeremiah Addison and NHL prospect Gabe Vilardi. Two LaSalle Vipers players, Maddux Rychel and Brett Primeau, jumped into the OHL lineup tonight. FULL STORY

 Penguins Win 5th Straight Looking To A Merry Christmas

Mountain Top - Dec. 17, 2016: Thunderbird's started things out scoring the first goal of the night Chase Balisy would get the credit. WBS wasn't going to take the night off FULL STORY

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Penguins Almost Perfect In 4 To 1 Win Over Amerks

Mountain Top - Dec. 16, 2016: Rochester came out looking to make its mark in the second but the Penguins weren't having it, snuffing every chance the Amerks had FULL STORY

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The Best WBS Penguins Games of All-Time
Pittsburgh - Dec. 16, 2016: The Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins have yet to claim the AHL's ultimate prize, but that doesn't mean the club hasn't given its fans countless other games worth remembering forever in its short 17-year history.
Penguins Tame The Pack
Penguins Thunderstruck, Drop 1-0 To Springfield
Mountain Top - Oct. 21, 2016: The first period wasn't so good for WBS the Thunderbird's scoring twice, yes one was waived immediately off for a high stick, still the Penguins left the ice for the first intermission looking at a 1-0 deficit.
Spits fans encouraged to take shuttle on Sunday
Windsor - Oct. 8, 2016: The Windsor Spitfires are expecting a big crowd for Sunday afternoon's game (2:05) against the London Knights. Fans are encouraged to arrive at the WFCU Centre early and to consider taking a shuttle. Transit Windsor service from Tecumseh Mall is available starting 90 minutes before the game and there are free shuttles from Average Joe's, Johnny Shotz and The Spitfire Pub.
PensFans4Ever Captures 3rd NEPA BOTY
Mountain Top - Oct. 1, 2016: We have been notified by the great people from NEPA BlogCon that our blog has won the North Eastern PA Sports Blog Of The Year.
30 Teams in 30 Days - Toronto Maple Leafs
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30 Teams in 30 Days - Toronto Maple Leafs
Brock Otten
OHL Prospects

St. Catherines - Aug. 9, 2016: With all the former OHL big wigs in the Maple Leafs front office, it should come as no surprise to see how many OHL prospects they have. Today we discuss Mitch Marner, Travis Dermott, Jeremy Bracco, Stephen Desrocher, J.J. Piccinich and more.
30 Teams in 30 Days - Toronto Maple Leafs FULL STORY



Alex Ovechkin healthy, preparing for World Cup
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Alex Ovechkin healthy, preparing for World Cup
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NHL.com

Washington - Aug. 9, 2016: Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin said his preparations to play for Team Russia in the World Cup of Hockey 2016 are on track, despite reports that he sustained an injury during training.
Alex Ovechkin healthy, preparing for World Cup FULL STORY



Injury sidelines Penguins
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Injury sidelines Penguins' Crosby vs. Blue Jackets
Wes Crosby
NHL.com

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
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Canadiens goalie Price to miss at least six weeks
Arpon Basu
NHL.com

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

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
NHL.com

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
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Flyers to separate Giroux, Voracek against Hurricanes
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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
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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



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