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Op-Ed: The NHL should suspend Milan Lucic

You can get the lowdown (in words and video) on how Boston's Milan Lucic handled himself after the Montreal Canadiens eliminated the Bruins from the NHL Playoffs Wednesday night ...
In the Media by Rocco Pendola - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Leafs demise is one based on high expectations, not failure

Following three straight years of missing the playoffs heading into the 2008-09 season, the Toronto Maple Leafs hired head coach Ron Wilson to return the team to a winning culture. What followed is one of the most confusing rides in professional sports
In the Media by Tyler Hunt - 2 comments

Staying Alive: Reimer redemption in OT win over Boston Special

Toronto - Filled with energy and optimism just two periods earlier, tension crept near the boiling point late in the third period at the Air Canada Center Thursday night.
Digital Journal Report by Dave Pitman - 4 comments

Leafs fan Flames in hopes to prevent year from going up in smoke Special

Margin for error the slimmest it's been all season, The Toronto Maple leafs snapped an eight game losing streak while playing host to the Calgary Flames Tuesday night at the Air Canada Center, keeping their playoff hopes alive for at least one more game.
Digital Journal Report by Dave Pitman - 3 comments

Goalie leaves team mid-game

An Ontario Hockey League (OHL) goaltender left a playoff game before the end of the 2nd period stating that this past season has "ruined" the game for him.
In the Media by Andrew Dyer

Leafs without a clue to stop the Blues in sixth consecutive loss Special

Toronto - The return of Jonathan Bernier failed to spark the play of the Maple leafs as the ship continues to sink in Toronto. Meanwhile, the rest of the Division continues to climb in the standings.
Digital Journal Report by Dave Pitman - 7 comments

Hockey becomes a game of four quarters

Hockey will no longer be a game of two halves at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, with the sport announcing on Thursday a change to a four-quarter format to broaden its appeal to broadcasters and fans.
In the Media by Reuters

Leafs' Lupul takes flight in 4-3 Overtime win over Philadelphia Special

The Toronto Maple Leafs narrowly escaped a third period collapse Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre when the Philadelphia Flyers tied it up on separate occasions late in the game.
Digital Journal Report by Dave Pitman - 1 comment

Russia coach Bilyaletdinov steps down: federation

Russia men's ice hockey head coach Zinetula Bilyaletdinov is stepping down following the team's poor performance at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games, the national federation said on Wednesday.
In the Media by Reuters

Ice Hockey: Canada take gold, Backstrom fails dope test

Canada swept past Sweden 3-0 on Sunday in the Winter Olympics men's ice hockey final, a game Swedish forward Nicklas Backstrom missed due to a failed a dope test.
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

G20 united on need to tackle tax reform: Australian Treasurer

Finance officials of the world's 20 major economies discussed the impact of the Federal Reserve's withdrawal of stimulus on emerging markets and were united on the need to address problems of tax minimization, Australian Treasurer Jo...
In the Media by Reuters

Canada triumphs over the U.S. in men's Olympic hockey semifinals

The Canadian men's hockey team will try to win gold in two consecutive Olympics after it triumphed over its American rivals with a 1-0 victory Friday.
In the Media by Michael Thomas - 3 comments

Ice hockey: Canada, United States primed for grudge match

Canada and the United States were preparing to take centre stage at the Sochi Winter Games in a mouth-watering men's ice hockey grudge match on Friday with the winners earning a shot at Olympic go...
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters) - 1 comment

Obama, Harper bet cases of beer on U.S.-Canada Olympic hockey games

President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper have put both national pride and cases of beer on the line in a friendly wager on the Canada-U.S. Olympic hockey matches.
In the Media by Reuters

Olympics-Ice hockey-Gold medal rematches bring back buzz

Semi-finals featuring countries that share borders, a deep passion for ice hockey and a competitive hatred are sure to bring the buzz back to an Olympic men's event still reeling from Russia's sho...
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

Nervy Canada make semis after Latvia fright

Canada escaped with a nervy 2-1 quarter-final win over Latvia in the Olympic men's ice hockey tournament on Wednesday to keep their gold medal defence on track.
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

Russian defeat wrecks Putin's plans for golden finish

Russian President Vladimir Putin's plans for a golden finish to the Sochi Olympics were cancelled on Wednesday when Finland claimed a party-pooping win over the hosts of the Winter Games in the me...
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

NHL holds fire on whether to release players for 2018 Games

The National Hockey League (NHL) was non-committal about players' future participation in the Olympics on Tuesday, leaving open the possibility that the Sochi Games might be the last to showcase t...
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

Ice hockey: Russia win but wait on bye to quarter-finals

Russia battled to a 1-0 shootout win over Slovakia to close out preliminary round play in the Olympic men's ice hockey tournament on Sunday but will have to wait to see if it was enough for a bye ...
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

Ice hockey: No Russian revenge as U.S. take amazing shootout

There was no Russian revenge in the "Miracle on ice" rematch on Saturday as the United States triumphed 3-2 following a remarkable sudden-death shootout after the teams finished level at 2-2 after...
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

Russia's Big Red Machine ready to roll again

The Russian men's ice hockey team came together in a show of unity on Tuesday, ready to reclaim the country's status as global superpower in the sport by winning the gold medal at the Sochi Olympi...
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

St. Louis replaces injured Stamkos for Canada

Tampa Bay Lightning captain Martin St. Louis was named in the Canadian Olympic men's ice hockey team on Thursday after team mate Steve Stamkos was ruled unfit to play. St.
In the Media by Reuters

Hall of Famer, MVP and Vettel have Finns thinking gold

A Hall of Famer, an all-world netminder and Sebastian Vettel's trainer have the Finnish women's ice hockey team believing anything is possible at the Sochi Olympics.
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

New ice hockey format but expect same old results

A format change to the Sochi Winter Games women's ice hockey tournament may prevent coaches and players from having to apologize for the embarrassing routs that have blighted past Olympics.
In the Media by Steve Keating (Reuters)

'NHL Revealed: A Season Like No Other' coming to CBC

Toronto - CBC television is bringing hockey fans a behind the scenes look at the NHL teams and players, with the Canadian premiere of "NHL Revealed: A Season Like No Other" on January 23rd.
In the Media by Bryen Dunn - 1 comment

Maple Leafs earn fourth straight win over visiting Montreal Special

Toronto - One of hockey's greatest rivalries added a new chapter to its rich history Saturday night at the Air Canada Centre where the Maple Leafs prevailed 4-3 in a thriller.
Digital Journal Report by Dave Pitman - 1 comment

Op-Ed: NHL should stop pointlessly fining players for dirty hits

Martin Hanzal of the Phoenix Coyotes cross-checked David Booth of the Vancouver Canucks in the head Thursday. Booth went down, now seems all right, but it certainly could have been worse. It was the third stick infraction of the third period for Hanzal.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 1 comment

Maple Leafs use familiar tactic to snap losing skid Special

Toronto - Desperate for a win after dropping their last four games, The flu-ridden Toronto Maple Leafs finally got themselves back in the win column Sunday night in Toronto as they now find themselves tied for first in shoot-out wins in the NHL.
Digital Journal Report by Dave Pitman - 3 comments

Toronto Maple Leafs ink captain Phaneuf for 7 years, $49 million

The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed their captain and leader Dion Phaneuf to a long-term contract just ahead of the Winter Classic. Phaneuf, 28, will get $49 million US over 7 years, making him one of the highest paid defensemen in the NHL.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 1 comment

Winter Classic has host of events leading up to Leafs-Wings game

The NHL's 2014 Winter Classic, the outdoor game at Michigan Stadium between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings, is not just a single hockey games. There are other games and events in the days before the NHL game on New Year's Day.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro
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Canada s Chris Kunitz (R) is congratulated by teammates  including goalie Roberto Luongo (L) and Ale...
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Canada's Chris Kunitz (R) is congratulated by teammates, including goalie Roberto Luongo (L) and Alex Pietrangelo (3rd L), after scoring against Sweden during the third period of their men's ice hockey gold medal match at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games February 23, 2014
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Roberto Luongo  the goaltender of the Vancouver Canucks  during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals
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Roberto Luongo, the goaltender of the Vancouver Canucks, during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals
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Mike Weaver battling for the puck against Daymond Langkow
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NHL player Jarome Iginla
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NHL player Jarome Iginla
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 Hockey games are a kind of communion   says Canadian fan Jamie Forsyth (right)   a gathering of und...
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"Hockey games are a kind of communion," says Canadian fan Jamie Forsyth (right), "a gathering of understanding and solace for disciples of the most exciting, dynamic, history-rich and also marginalized sport on the planet."
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NHL standings Mar 17/2012
NHL standings Mar 17/2012
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Montreal Candiens and Toronto Maple Leafs
Montreal Candiens and Toronto Maple Leafs
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Norfolks Mike Kostka and Marlies Will Acton
Norfolks Mike Kostka and Marlies Will Acton
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Brian Burke is the GM of hockey club Toronto Maple Leafs. Here he appears at a Future Shop with an u...
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Brian Burke is the GM of hockey club Toronto Maple Leafs. Here he appears at a Future Shop with an unspecified guest
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Player and referee abuse from hockey parents has prompted Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador to instit...
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Player and referee abuse from hockey parents has prompted Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador to institute an online course designed to teach respect.
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Toronto Maple Leafs forward Phil Kessel (81) during warm ups prior to a game
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Toronto Maple Leafs forward Phil Kessel (81) during warm ups prior to a game
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Patrick Kane with visor and ear protection
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Patrick Kane with visor and ear protection
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Norfolk Admirals win Calder Cup 2012
Norfolk Admirals win Calder Cup 2012
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Wayne Gretzky  a hockey legend and former owner of the Phoenix Coyotes
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Wayne Gretzky, a hockey legend and former owner of the Phoenix Coyotes
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John Tavares of the New York Islanders
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John Tavares of the New York Islanders
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Screenshot from NHL 13 video game
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Screenshot from NHL 13 video game
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Los Angeles Kings player Jarret Stoll skates with the Stanley Cup after the team s victory.  The Kin...
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Los Angeles Kings player Jarret Stoll skates with the Stanley Cup after the team's victory. "The Kings haven't enjoyed a particularly storied playoff history," notes Forsyth. "Last year they were dispatched by the Sharks; this year was looking similar. We were fighting tooth and nail for a maybe-possible chance at sliding Indiana Jones-style under the giant boulder and into the playoffs."
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Kovalchuk playing for Russia against the Czech Republic on Feb 21  2010.
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Kovalchuk playing for Russia against the Czech Republic on Feb 21, 2010.
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