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After a slow start in the first half of the first period and the Czech Republic taking the lead just seconds after the game started, Canada answered with 7 straight goals. Team Canada seems to be on a roll early in this World Junior Hockey
Leaf prospects Jesse Blacker (Owen Sound Attack of the OHL) and Brad Ross (Portland Winterhawks of the WHL) were among the nine cuts by Hockey Canada this morning at the national junior team selection camp...More related to this story Quick
There's a real battle for playing time shaping up on the Leafs blueline as they head out on a Western Canada swing, but it doesn't appear the odd man out will be Mike Komisarek. Asked about the potential logjam on defence with eight blueliners on the
The signs are certainly there that the fans have seen enough. What started with a few scattered boos mainly directed at Toronto Maple Leafs captain Dion Phaneuf has since turned into a full-blown symphony of derision on many nights at the Air Canada
The speculation surrounding Brayden Schenn's present is over...The NHL's Los Angeles Kings, after a lengthy two-step in which they did everything they could to forestall making a decision, finally reassigned Schenn to the Western Hockey League's
After hedging for months, the Los Angeles Kings finally reassigned 19-year-old center Brayden Schenn back to the Brandon Wheat Kings over the weekend. Schenn is expected to be available when the Silvertips play the Wheat Kings in Brandon on Wednesday.
New York Sometimes there is such a thing as too much truculence. That might have been what Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke was thinking when four of his players were sitting in the penalty box during the first period of Friday's
Even from a glance, it's obvious that Kyle Clifford is not a typical 19-year-old...Clifford passes the oral exam, too, balancing humility and ambition like a seasoned veteran. "You've got to start somewhere. Right now I'm kind of near the bottom," he
Luke Schenn knows he wasn't drafted for his hands. But against the Nashville Predators on Tuesday, the Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman picked up the puck at the top of the faceoff circle, danced around veteran winger J.P.
Globe and Mail Update Published Thursday, Nov. 04, 2010 6:19PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Nov. 04, 2010 6:22PM EDT Injuries create opportunities. It's one of those old cliches in professional sports, but one that certainly applies right now to the