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.
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!).
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.
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.
My apologies to The Smiths, but it was either that or some lame Panik at the Disco! reference. I'm a little panicked myself right now -- surrounded by boxes and assemblers as my library is finally going up today. So scared.
Sweden has a incredibly vibrant music scene with a lot of really great bands like The Hives, The Knife, The Caesars... and Team Sweden's world junior hip-hop goalie Mark Owuya -- better known as Mark In Da Park.
As the losses mount for Kingston Frontenacs rookie coach Doug Gilmour it seems that frustration might be starting to set in, especially in light of yesterday's 5-2 loss to the Mississauga St. Michael's Majors.
My quest to find interesting hockey stories took me to the Bracebridge Examiner today -- not usually a paper on my daily reading list. There's a good story by reporter Allyson Snelling about a player named Steve Vince and how the politics between Hockey Canada and the "outlaw" GMHL is keeping him from pursuing his OHL dream.
It's not looking good for Ottawa 67's defenceman Tyler Cuma who suffered a knee injury during tonight's Team Canada intrasquad game.
You know times are getting really tough when people start stealing kegs of beer from OHL franchises.
Last week I had the chance to interview Saginaw Spirit goalie Edward Pasquale for the OHL notebook.
I've been blog-negligent lately, since I've been left to tackle a home design project by myself because the Mets fan is currently sitting by a pool in sunny FLA. I'm not bitter, only because I haven't started painting yet. Ok. I am very, very bitter.
The OHL announced today announced that the Plymouth Whalers and Owen Sound Attack have set a date to play their postponed game from last month.