Roundup: Late Denver Rally Spoils Alaska Upset Bid

October 21, 2018 PRINT CC Continues Strong Start; Wisconsin Back in Win Column CHN Staff Report Related Articles Colorado College Denver Rensselaer RIT Denver scored a pair of extra-attacker goals in the final two minutes to get a 3-3 tie with Alaska and remain unbeaten on the young season (3-0-1). Alaska, still looking for its […]

Maple Leafs forced to look in mirror as Bozak enjoys triumphant return

TORONTO – Paging William Nylander. The National Hockey League’s most potent offence has suddenly, shockingly run dry. After cruising through the season’s opening fortnight at a breakneck five-goals-a-night pace, the Toronto Maple Leafs have managed to find the net just once in back-to-back home losses to big, smart, veteran playoff clubs. Sportsnet NOW gives you […]

Bowers Lifts BU Over US U-18 in Overtime Thriller

The Boston University Terriers skated in their last exhibition game of the 2018-19 season, and it was a wild one. The Terriers defeated the United States National Development Program’s U-18 squad, which featured a number of BU commits and the highly touted Jack Hughes, who is expected to be the first-overall pick of the 2019 […]

The NHL’s most indispensable players

Oct 19, 2018 One of the best things a hockey team can have is depth. That’s not only because it gives coaches a chance to mix and match lines and tinker with matchups, but having talent up and down the lineup also allows clubs to move players up a slot and not miss a beat. […]

Avalanche Early Season Observations

To start the new 2018-19 NHL season, the Colorado Avalanche have posted a nice 4-1-2 record through the first seven games. The depth of this young team is impressive. General manager Joe Sakic stated numerous times over the last couple of years that he intended to turn this organization’s fortunes around by getting younger and […]