Archives for: December 2008
Former Niagara IceDogs forward Stefan Legein is expecting to meet with Columbus Blue Jackets management on January 5th, according to the Columbus Dispatch.
If you told someone Canada's toughest test in the first three games would be against Germany, you may have been crazy, but you would be correct.
It's that time of the year again, when trade rumours are swirling around, much like post-Christmas garbage in the downtown core. I'm sure I'll have more news as the deadline approaches (I'll be less cryptic too!).
Saginaw Spirit goaltender Ed Pasquale has seen more shots than any other goaltender in the Ontario Hockey League. Now they may be able to give him a breather.
I had hoped that some kind soul would have put the goal Majors captain Jesse Messier scored against Kitchener yesterday on YouTube, but no one has.
This game was over 1:30 into the first period.
This year the Ontario Hockey League implemented what is being referred to as the "Steve Mason rule", banning teams from trading players taking part in the World Junior Hockey Championship during the tournament. There is another goalie who plays in the Midwest Division who welcomes the new rule.
Belleville Bulls defenceman is at Team Canada practice as a forward.
The 2009 World Junior Hockey Championship is officially underway as Team Canada takes on the Czech Republic at Scotiabank Place.
The World Junior Hockey Championships get underway today in Ottawa, and while many eyes may be on the players, some will also be watching the coaches.
Just wanted to wish Loosepucks readers -- all 5 of you -- a very safe and happy holiday! Only one more day before the World Junior Championship begins!
The Mississauga St. Michael's Majors have announced the return of Latvian sniper Kaspars Daugavins to the team.
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