Archives for: May 2009
This is one of those stories where most of us figured it was only a matter of when, not if, this would happen.
The list of Canadian skaters who will take part in the summer development camp, the first step towards the 2010 World Junior Hockey Championships, has been announced.
During my Memorial Cup wrap up story on Monday, I mentioned a couple of my favourite delicacies from Rimouski and hoping to see more of them in Ontario. My calls have been answered, sort of.
Defenceman Robert Bortuzzo has signed an entry-level contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins, just in time to avoid going back into the draft.
The Plymouth Whalers have signed defenceman Colin MacDonald, the team's 14th round pick (270 overall) in the 2008 OHL draft.
The New York Rangers have another OHL defenceman in the fold.
The 2009 Memorial Cup is in the books and hats off to the people of Rimouski for the hospitality.
Who says the 3-year plan does not work in the OHL anymore? The Windsor Spitfires have proven that wrong as in just their third season under new ownership, the Windsor Spitfires have captured the 2009 Memorial Cup.
The Canadian Hockey presented its annual awards here in Rimouski today.
The comeback of the Windsor Spitfires continues. Adam Henrique's overtime goal gave the Spitfires a 3-2 overtime victory over the QMJHL's Drummondville Voltigeurs. Windsor now takes on the WHL's Kelowna Rockets in Sunday's championship game.
The Windsor Spitfires were down and out, down two goals heading to the third period. But Dale Mitchell put the team on his back in the third period and the Spitfires will live to see another day.
Tiebreaker day at the Memorial Cup, but before the game some decent weather finally, tourism talk and crabs.
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