The Boston Pride are Back-to-Back Isobel Cup Champions

The Boston Pride defeated the Connecticut Whale 4-2 to become back-to-back Isobel Cup Champions on Monday night.  The Premier Hockey Federation’s (PHF) Isobel Cup Final took place at the Adventhealth Center Ice Arena in Wesley Chapel, Fl. which was filled with fans from both Boston and Connecticut that made the drive south.  Pride captain, JillianContinue reading “The Boston Pride are Back-to-Back Isobel Cup Champions”

IIHF Cancels 2022 World Junior Hockey Championships

The IIHF announced on Wednesday that the remainder of the 2022 World Junior Hockey Championships would be cancelled. This comes after Russia, Czechia and the USA all forfeited games due to COVID-19 cases within their teams. After just three days of preliminary action, three of the ten participating teams had reported positive tests. Per IIHFContinue reading “IIHF Cancels 2022 World Junior Hockey Championships”

Team Canada Recap: Game 1 – Czechia

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The best under-20 male hockey players from across the world have gathered in Edmonton and Red Deer, Alberta for everyone’s favourite tournament, the World Junior Hockey Championships. After a silver medal finish last year, Canada comes into this tournament with questions, specifically regarding roster decisions. Most notably,Continue reading “Team Canada Recap: Game 1 – Czechia”

IIHF Cancels Under-18 Women’s World Championships For Second Straight Year

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) announced on Friday that they have cancelled all events set to begin in January due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the increase in Omicron variant cases. This announcement means the under-18 women’s world championships tournament will be cancelled for the second year in a row. The tournament wasContinue reading “IIHF Cancels Under-18 Women’s World Championships For Second Straight Year”

The Bottom Line: What Quenneville Coaching Wednesday Night Says About the NHL

When it was announced that the findings of the Jenner & Block investigation into the Chicago Blackhawks would be made public it was clear that a storm was brewing.  Some took cover, like the team placing both Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane on the COVID-19 list keeping them out of media availability. Some braced forContinue reading “The Bottom Line: What Quenneville Coaching Wednesday Night Says About the NHL”

Takeaways from “All or Nothing”, the Toronto Maple Leafs Amazon Prime Series

The long awaited Toronto Maple Leafs Amazon Prime series has been released. The series gave fans an inside look on the team’s latest season but more importantly, their latest first round playoff exit. It detailed key moments such as COVID-19 protocols, trade deadline day and of course, John Tavares’ terrifying playoff injury. With this insideContinue reading “Takeaways from “All or Nothing”, the Toronto Maple Leafs Amazon Prime Series”

The NWHL Becomes the Premier Hockey Federation in Rebrand

The National Women’s Hockey League announced a rebrand heading into their seventh season. It was reported on Monday night by Marisa Ingemi of the Seattle Times, followed by the league’s Tuesday announcement to make it official. They took on a new name, the Premier Hockey Federation to solidify change within the federation as a whole.Continue reading “The NWHL Becomes the Premier Hockey Federation in Rebrand”

Women’s World Hockey Championships: Preliminary Round Recap

The opening round of the Women’s World Hockey Championships in Calgary, Alberta is now complete. The last time this usually annual tournament was played was in April 2019 when the USA beat Finland for the gold medal. Canada finished in third. The first week of the tournament has given fans plenty of exciting stories andContinue reading “Women’s World Hockey Championships: Preliminary Round Recap”

Henrik Lundqvist Retires

Henrik Lundqvist, the beloved New York Rangers goaltender, made the announcement on Friday morning that he would officially be retiring from professional ice hockey. After 15 years with the Rangers and 887 games played, Lundqvist took to Twitter to thank all of the fans, the city of New York, and the National Hockey League, sayingContinue reading “Henrik Lundqvist Retires”

A Recap of the 2021 NHL Entry-Level Draft

Friday night was the National Hockey League’s 2021 Entry-Level Draft. The first night of the draft saw the first round of the draft completed. With the majority of the 32 NHL teams choosing in the first round, Friday night was an interesting night to say the least. This is the second consecutive year that theContinue reading “A Recap of the 2021 NHL Entry-Level Draft”