12:24 AM EST, Wed November 25, 2020
Sportsnet.ca 3 hours ago
Indigenous NHL pioneer Fred Sasakamoose passes away at age 86

Indigenous NHL pioneer Fred Sasakamoose passes away at age 86

Fred Sasakamoose, one of the first Indigenous athletes to play in the NHL, passed away at the age of 86 after being hospitalized for a presumed case of COVID-19. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
CBC News 4 hours ago
QMJHL postpones 7 games in Maritimes division after new restrictions take effect

QMJHL postpones 7 games in Maritimes division after new restrictions take effect

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League has postponed seven games in its Maritimes Division this week following new COVID-19 restrictions in that region.
rssfeeds.azcentral.com 4 hours ago
Arizona Coyotes mourn young fan Leighton Accardo, who bravely fought cancer

Arizona Coyotes mourn young fan Leighton Accardo, who bravely fought cancer

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Stanley Cup of Chowder 4 hours ago
Northeastern postpones winter sports through mid-December

Northeastern postpones winter sports through mid-December

The Huskies have put a hold on their season, along with two other Hockey East schools at this time. Today, Northeastern announced that it will not have any winter sport activity until December 18, at the earliest. Northeastern postpones winter sports until Dec. 18. ➡️ https://t.co/ex1AZKDkSY | #HowlinHuskies pic.twitter.com/21izmVbZuR— Northeastern Huskies (@GoNUathletics) November 24, 2020 The reason behind the pause: multiple teams on the Northeastern campus have had small outbreaks of COVID-19. Northeastern AD Jeff Konya had already made the call to suspend fall...
Anaheim Calling 5 hours ago
Ohio State at University of Minnesota 11/24: Lines, open thread and how to watch

Ohio State at University of Minnesota 11/24: Lines, open thread and how to watch

Photo by Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire via We’re following three Ducks prospects through their NCAA season. In last night’s 4-1 win over the Ohio State Buckeyes, Kings defensive prospect Brock Faber opened scoring with his first NCAA goal. The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers are on a roll, now 3-0 on the season so far. The Gophers showed no signs of wear in their third game in five days, outshooting Ohio 27-17 and a perfect 3-for-3 on the penalty kill. Bryce Brodzinski added a power play goal, and Ben Meyers notched one shorthanded. Special teams are huge...
CBC News 5 hours ago
'We have some ground to cover': Plagued by uncertainty, NHL's Jan. 1 start date in peril

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Causeway Crowd 5 hours ago

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Grading the 2019-20 season of Jake DeBrusk On Monday night, the Boston Bruins announced that they re-signed second-line left wing Jake DeBrusk to a two-year deal. The longer the 24-year old was on the free-agent market unsigned, it was only a matter of time before he returned to Boston. With DeBrusk back in the fold […] Boston Bruins: Grading the 2019-20 season of Jake DeBrusk - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Winnipeg Sun 5 hours ago

Jets prospect Samberg uninjured after being involved in accident that sent four people to hospital with life-threatening injuries

Winnipeg Jets prospect Dylan Samberg was involved in a serious multi-vehicle car accident in his home state of Minnesota on Monday. The 21-year-old defenceman, who was drafted in the second round by the Jets in 2017, did not suffer any significant injuries, but four pedestrians who were hit by one of the vehicles in the crash are in hospital with life-threatening injuries. The Jets confirmed Tuesday that...
Chicago Tribune 5 hours ago

Fred Sasakamoose, one of the first Indigenous players in the NHL and a former Chicago Black Hawk, dies at 86

Fred Sasakamoose, one of the first Indigenous players in the NHL, has died at 86. He played for the Chicago Black Hawks in the 1953-54 season.
Toronto Sun 5 hours ago

Leafs prospect Abruzzese on the mend following surgery, looks forward to next season

Nick Abruzzese was enduring through another week of recovery from hip surgery when the news came from the Ivy League on Nov. 12. There wouldn’t be hockey in 2020-21 for the Harvard forward and Maple Leafs prospect, or his Crimson teammates, once he came all the way back from an operation to repair a torn labrum in his left hip. The coronavirus pandemic caused the Ivy League to cancel winter sports,...
Sportsnet.ca 6 hours ago
Hockey world pays tribute to Indigenous NHL pioneer Fred Sasakamoose

Hockey world pays tribute to Indigenous NHL pioneer Fred Sasakamoose

The hockey world lost a trailblazer on Tuesday, as Fred Sasakamoose, one of the first Indigenous athletes to play in the NHL, died at the age of 86. Many across the sport are paying tribute. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Montreal Gazette 6 hours ago

Hickey: Underappreciated centre Danault essential to Canadiens' success

The Canadiens arranged a video conference with Phil Danault Tuesday to discuss his selection as the winner of the Jean Béliveau Trophy, but it didn’t take long for the conversation to shift to his contract status and his role with the team. Danault said there were no current negotiations between Canadiens general manager and his agent and there is every indication that Danault will go into the final season of his three-year, US$9.25-million contract without an extension....
The Hockey Writers 6 hours ago

Kraken Will Use Technology to Build Their Team

This past National Hockey League season was interrupted by COVID-19. With the virus continuing to limit travel and likely shortening the 2020-21 season as well, the Seattle Kraken will be faced with a problem they likely didn’t expect when the league’s board of governors originally granted them a franchise. Not only will they have difficulty […] The post Kraken Will Use Technology to Build Their Team appeared first on The Hockey Writers.       
CBC News 6 hours ago
Fred Sasakamoose, Indigenous NHL pioneer, dead at 86

Fred Sasakamoose, Indigenous NHL pioneer, dead at 86

Fred Sasakamoose, one of the first Indigenous athletes to play in the National Hockey League, has died at age 86 after being hospitalized with COVID-19.
The Hockey Writers 6 hours ago

2021 World Junior Championship Team USA Preview

The 2021 World Junior Championship will be like no other. First, and maybe most obvious, is that the tournament will be conducted with no fans present, much like the NHL’s Stanley Cup Playoffs. It will remain in Edmonton as originally planned, but Red Deer will no longer split duties. Instead, the two cities will get […] The post 2021 World Junior Championship Team USA Preview appeared first on The Hockey Writers.       

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