Windsor - Mar. 24, 2017: Windsor Spitfires overage forward Jeremiah Addison has inked a three-year,
entry-level contract with the Montreal Canadiens, the team announced today.
Addison, 20, was Montreal's 7th round pick (207th overall) in the 2015 NHL
Entry Draft. FULL STORY
Windsor - Mar. 21, 2017: Windsor Sptifires right winger Jeremy Bracco has signed a three-year, entry-levelcontract with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the club has announced. Bracco was drafted by Toronto in the 2nd round (61st overall) of the 2015 NHL Draft. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Mar. 8, 2017: With less than a month left of the regular season, NHL fans are closely watching how these last matches unfold as one team moves towards winning the Stanley Cup. While watching a match whether live or at home, fans also have found that pairing it with sports betting gives new meaning to the results. FULL STORY
Ottawa - Aug. 21, 2016: Ottawa Senators (@Senators) general manager Pierre Dorion announced today that the club has signed forward Logan Brown to a three-year entry-level contract.
Brown, 18, was the Senators’ first-round pick (11th overall) at June’s NHL Draft in Buffalo. He established new major junior career highs with 74 points (including new highs of 21 goals and 53 assists) and 40 penalty minutes while appearing in 59 regular-season games in his second full campaign with the Ontario Hockey League’s Windsor Spitfires in 2015-16. FULL STORY
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. FULL STORY
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.
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.
Ottawa - Feb. 9, 2016: The Ottawa Senators (@Senators) announced today that the club has acquired defenceman Dion Phaneuf, forward Matt Frattin, forward Casey Bailey, forward Ryan Rupert and defence prospect Cody Donaghey from the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for defenceman Jared Cowen, forwards Colin Greening, Milan Michalek and Tobias Lindberg as well as Ottawa’s second-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. No salary will be retained by either team over the trade’s entirety.
Toronto - Jan. 19, 2016: TSN tweeted out this morning that Toronto Maple Leafs forward James van Riemsdyk had been traded to the New York Rangers. Shortly after posting the tweet, TSN removed the tweet from their news feed. van Riemsdyk, the Leafs’ leading scorer, will miss six to eight weeks with a non-displaced fracture of his left foot.
- Nov. 16, 2015: For many, Mike Babcock was the logical choice to be named as Canada’s coach at the return of the World Cup in 2016 mainly due to his previous successes in both Vancouver and Sochi. General Manager Doug Armstrong had an important choice to make but, while there were a number of suitable candidates, he went back to the man with the two Olympic gold medals.