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Marijuana legalization in Canada won't change NHL - yet

As Riley Cote took and delivered countless punches over more than a decade of junior and pro hockey, he was eager to avoid painkillers. Early on, marijuana was touted to the enforcer as a healing option. ''I started noticing some therapeutic... sports.yahoo.com

Monday, October 15, 2018

10/15/2018 6:48 AM

Bischoff recalled as Engelland joins list of injured Knights

The Golden Knights aren’t going to find any sympathy around the Pacific Division for their recent spate of injuries. Defenseman Deryk Engelland left Saturday’s 1-0 victory at Philadelphia about five minutes into the second period and joins forwards... reviewjournal.com

Capitals' Wilson admits he needs to change the way he plays

Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson is re-evaluating the way he plays as he awaits his appeal hearing for his 20-game suspension.The 24-year-old was handed the ban for his hit to the head of St. Louis Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist during the... thescore.com

Ducks rally to beat Blues 3-2

Ben Street and Andrew Cogliano scored third-period goals, Ryan Miller made 29 saves, and the Ducks rallied to beat the St. Louis Blues 3-2 on Sunday night. Jakob Silfverberg also scored for the Ducks, who won for the third straight time at Enterprise... latimes.com

McDavid leads NHL with whopping 24 minutes a game

WINNIPEG — Five goals in three games and still a W in there. Hey, it could be worse for the Edmonton Oilers, who won ugly in New York Saturday but said thanks anyway. It was more paint-by-number than something to hang in a gallery but they’ll take it. edmontonsun.com

NHL roundup: Palmieri makes multi-goal history

Kyle Palmieri recorded his third consecutive two-goal game, Keith Kinkaid made seven crucial saves during a late power play, and the New Jersey Devils held on for a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday in Newark, N.J. Palmieri became the... sports.yahoo.com

10/15/2018 7:40 AM


Flames coach talks about growing up in rural Alberta, when his passion for teaching the game started, the NHL coaching fraternity, and the challenges of taking the reins of a new team nhl.com

The best is yet to come in Rogers-NHL deal: book - NEWS 1130

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – It was game-changer of a deal, now it’s the subject of a new book, Hockey Fight in Canada: The Big Media Faceoff over the NHL. “It was the first time that a professional league had sold all of its broadcast rights to one... citynews1130.com

Where in the world do NHL players come from?

Here's a country-by-country breakdown of the 610 skaters who have appeared in at least one NHL game this season, as well as the 69 goalies listed on the 31 team rosters. thehockeynews.com

Kings' kids are all right with ageless Carter on their line

If it were a movie, it would be called “The Curious Case of Jeff Carter.” As he gets older, his linemates get younger. For years Carter was, semi-jokingly, a father figure to Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson. Lately, it’s Jaret Anderson-Dolan, 19,... latimes.com

Stars, Senators hope to maintain good vibes

Two teams coming off impressive wins will be looking to start the week off on the right note when the Dallas Stars visit the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre on Monday. The Senators (2-2-1) jumped into an early three-goal lead then cruised to... sports.yahoo.com


Sunday, October 14, 2018

NHL roundup: Pastrnak hat trick leads Bruins in rout

David Pastrnak scored his second career hat trick, Jake DeBrusk added two goals and Patrice Bergeron had three assists as the Boston Bruins cruised to an 8-2 victory over the visiting Detroit Red Wings on Saturday afternoon. Anders Bjork had a goal... sports.yahoo.com

10/14/2018 7:52 AM

Rasmus Dahlin’s first NHL goal thrills Sabres, sparks victory

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- There can only be one first time. And no matter how many goals Rasmus Dahlin will eventually score in what the Sabres hope will be a wondrous NHL career, he will always have the memory of a sleepy Saturday night in the desert. buffalonews.com

Youngsters getting taught valuable lesson from Quinn

The coach who was hired to develop kids didn’t dress either of his two youngest defensemen and benched one of his top-six kids up front for most of the third period of Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to the Oilers at the Garden in which the Rangers played well... nypost.com

Brossoit waiting for his turn to tend the twine

There is a certain game with Laurent Brossoit’s name on it — but no one’s saying if tonight’s the night. Winnipeg’s backup goalie has been a patient spectator, while his creasemate, ... winnipegfreepress.com

No one wins in NHL’s domestic violence suspension debacle

We have no idea how the NHL settled upon 27 games as the length of the suspension imposed on Austin Watson after the Nashville forward pleaded no contest to a domestic assault charge in July. The league has no domestic violence policy. Matters of... nypost.com

Tom Wilson suspension appeal set for Thursday

WASHINGTON—Capitals forward Tom Wilson, serving a 20-game suspension for an illegal check, will have his appeal hearing with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman on Thursday in New York City, according to the players’ association. thestar.com


Saturday, October 13, 2018

10/13/2018 9:27 AM

Elias Pettersson driving Canucks’ attack, energy

Travelling as a National Hockey League player at the dawn of his career, 19-year-old Elias Pettersson is in Florida for the first time. He is seeing NHL rinks for the first time, playing against NHL stars for the first time.The post QMJHL Roundup:... sportsnet.ca

It's never too early to worry

Sure, its early, but there are already several potential roadblocks emerging in what many Winnipeg Jets fans no doubt hoped and dreamed would be a smooth ride through the regular ...... winnipegfreepress.com

MacKinnon, Avalanche off to hot start, face Flames next

Nathan MacKinnon was a legitimate MVP candidate last spring but finished second to Taylor Hall of the New Jersey Devils in the voting. Had he gotten off to a faster start in 2017-18, the Colorado Avalanche center might have won the Hart Trophy over... sports.yahoo.com

McDavid vs. Matthews is what Crosby vs. Ovechkin lacked

I know Auston Matthews is 2 inches taller and roughly 30 pounds heavier than Connor McDavid. I know he's roughly eight months younger than Connor McDavid. I know he has nine goals in five games this season, putting him on pace for 148 goals in the... espn.com

10/13/2018 8:43 AM

NHL Prospect Watch: University of Minnesota Gophers

The two-game series between Minnesota and Minnesota Duluth was a marquee match-up to begin the season featuring 18 NHL Draft picks, a highly-touted first year draft eligible player, and a few potential NHL free agent targets. There were so many good... sbncollegehockey.com

No more easy decisions now that Leafs are contenders

As the story goes, Lou Lamoriello was hired by the Maple Leafs on July 23, 2015, right smack in the middle of a busy off-season. One of his first jobs was to deal with the contract of a young Leaf prospect who had been haggling for weeks. Lamoriello... thestar.com

Capitals’ Kuznetsov slowly finding the spotlight

WASHINGTON—The puck on Evgeny Kuznetsov’s stick and the way the two move in concert elicits a certain awe from those who watch him most. On a Capitals team that has Alex Ovechkin’s shot, Nicklas Backstrom’s passing and Braden Holtby’s saves, it’s... thestar.com

Changes coming for Penguins-Canadiens game

Both the Montreal Canadiens (1-1-1) and the Pittsburgh Penguins (2-1-0) are contemplating changes to their roster and line combinations as they prepared to play Saturday at Bell Centre in Montreal. The Penguins, coming off a 4-2 win over the Vegas... sports.yahoo.com

10/13/2018 8:52 AM

CWHL: 2018-19 Preview - Markham Thunder

The Markham Thunder underwent a relocation and name change ahead of the 2017-18 season. Formerly of Brampton, the team moved a short 51.7 kilometers (32 miles) to the City of Markham. The team shed its old name and old logo for something new. theicegarden.com

Dion Phaneuf is helping the Kings collect memorabilia and points

It worked out that Dion Phaneuf had the puck when the horn sounded. He bent down and picked it up for teammate Jack Campbell. It was a simple gesture to preserve the souvenir for Campbell’s first shutout Thursday and one that Phaneuf appreciates as... latimes.com

Edmonton Oilers Game Day: At New York Rangers

Five Keys - 1. CAPTAIN NEEDS HIS MATES - Connor McDavid has figured in all three of Oilers goals in two games with one of his own against Jaro Halak and two assists in Sweden against Jersey’s Keith Kincaid. But, Oilers badly require their No. 2... edmontonsun.com

Panthers search for first win in matchup with Canucks

SUNRISE, Fla. — The Florida Panthers hope to get on track on Saturday night against the visiting Vancouver Canucks. The Panthers (0-1-1) have only played two games — some rivals have played as many as five — so there’s a l-o-n-g way to go. But even... foxsports.com

Sabres, Coyotes not used to winning in October

The only October surprise for the Buffalo Sabres and Arizona Coyotes is when they win a game in the opening month of the NHL season. The teams traditionally get off to rough starts and so either the Sabres or the Coyotes will welcome getting an... sports.yahoo.com

Rankings roundup: How the top 20 teams fared, Oct. 11-14

No. 1 Ohio State swept Arizona State, more... uscho.com

Monday, October 15, 2018

10/15/2018 7:55 AM

Colorado College Tigers on top, at Falcons' expense

Some thoughts and clips from the rough first weekend of the regular season for Air Force, which included 4-1 and 6-1 drubbings from Denver and Colorado College, respectively, and wins both narrow and enthusiastic for the Tigers, who secured the Pikes... gazette.com

Gophers defeat USA Under-18 team

The Gophers will take on Trinity Western University on Saturday, Oct. 20 in another exhibition game, before playing North Dakota the next weekend in Las Vegas. mndaily.com

Laderoute meshes with Cates brothers in UMD sweep

HOUGHTON, Mich. — Tanner Laderoute's college hockey career began with him sporting a suit in the stands a week ago Saturday. As a healthy scratch, the freshman wing watched his new Minnesota Duluth teammates raise a championship banner and open the... duluthnewstribune.com

Weekend Rewind

UND again struggled to muster any sort of offense against Bemidji State — then allowed a late, game-thing goal in the third period — and walked away from opening weekend without a win. The last time UND did not win a game on opening weekend was 2008... undhockey.areavoices.com

Hockey East: Five Takes - Warriors need more winning on the dot

Replacing Ludvig Larsson, and his 60 percent faceoff percentage, was going to be almost an impossible task. Larsson was one of the best faceoff players in the NCAA last season and his brother Alfred, who graduated, honestly wasn’t that far... themackreport.com

Hockey East: Spetz no longer a Merrimack recruit

Chicago Steel defenseman John Spetz will re-open his recruitment, according to USHL sources. Spetz, who was slated to arrive next season, had an issue come up during the admissions process at Merrimack. Spetz is a former teammate of current Merrimack... themackreport.com


Sunday, October 14, 2018

Alaska Nanooks icers fall again to St. Cloud State

FAIRBANKS — Saturday night seemed promising for the Alaska Nanooks in their college hockey rematch with nationally-ranked St. Cloud State University at the Carlson Center. The Nanooks took a 2-1 lead with Ryker Leer’s goal early in the second period. newsminer.com

10/14/2018 8:03 AM

Combs strikes late, BSU forces tie with UND

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Charlie Combs struck in the waning minutes of the third period Saturday night to earn a 1-1 tie for the Bemidji State men’s hockey team against No. 13 North Dakota at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, N.D. bemidjipioneer.com

Goalie leads Gophers to 7-1 win over National Under-18 team

It was the first start of the season for Schierhorn, a senior, after junior Mat Robson received both starts last weekend against reigning national champion Minnesota Duluth. Robson stopped 73 of 78 shots in that series, but Schierhorn countered with... duluthnewstribune.com

10/14/2018 8:17 AM

ECAC: Clarkson Faces Many Questions

Clarkson took big steps last season in restoring its once powerful program, making it once again one that can compete for ECAC titles and have a chance in the NCAAs. After losing to Princeton in the ECAC title game, Clarkson was shut out in the first... collegehockeynews.com

10/14/2018 8:05 AM

ECAC: From Point A to Point B

When Colton Point decided to leave Colgate in early July, it left head coach Don Vaughan a big hole in his team. If Point had stayed, the Raiders would have probably been picked much higher than the ninth place they were picked in the preseason ECAC... collegehockeynews.com

Sleepy start

A 4-3 loss to the Western Michigan University (WMU) Broncos was not how the Ferris hockey team wanted to start their season. fsutorch.com

WCHA: Women - Wisconsin prevails 4-2 over UMD

Minnesota Duluth battled back from a two-goal deficit Saturday, but got burned on the penalty kill during the third period of a 4-2 loss to Wisconsin before a sellout crowd of 2,273 at LaBahn Arena in Madison. The fourth-ranked Bulldogs and... duluthnewstribune.com

Wildcat Special Teams Secure Series Split with Spartans

Northern Michigan University Men's Ice Hockey (1-1-0, 0-0-0-0 WCHA) used three special teams goal to seal a 4-3 victory over Michigan State University (1-1-0, 0-0-0-0 Big Ten) Saturday evening. The victory secured a series split for the Wildcats to... uppermichiganssource.com


Saturday, October 13, 2018

ASU Hockey: Penalties doom Sun Devils against No. 1 Ohio State

Sun Devil Hockey opened up its series against Ohio State, the top-ranked team in the NCAA, with a hard fought 3-2 defeat dropping them to 2-1-0 on the season. The game began with both the Sun Devils and Buckeyes struggling to retain possession with... devilsindetail.com

Friday Follow: UMD Grinds Out Road Win

HOUGHTON, Mich. -- It wasn't pretty, but over the years we've learned not to apologize in any way for wins. It doesn't matter how ugly it is, because winning ugly is better than the prettiest loss you can find. kdal610.com

10/13/2018 9:17 AM

Made in Minnesota

We make our preseason picks of Minnesota's top college hockey players for the 2018-19 campaign stateofhockey.com

Roundup: Henry Johnson, Bemidji State Stop UND

The former Breck School (Golden Valley, MN) standout mostly watched last season. He watched as Ryan Bitzer established himself as one of the best college hockey goalies of the last 15 years. Friday night was Johnson's turn. And he picked up exactly... collegehockeynews.com

UMD holds off Michigan Tech in series opener

HOUGHTON, Mich. — Last March, Michigan Tech aided Minnesota Duluth’s last-ditch effort to get into the NCAA tournament by defeating rival Northern Michigan in the WCHA championship. It was one of four results UMD, which went on to win its second... duluthnewstribune.com

AHA: Niagara hockey wins in OT, Canisius falls to Holy Cross

Niagara men’s hockey opened the season with a dramatic home overtime victory. The Purple Eagles’ main rival, Canisius, wasn’t so lucky. Swedish freshman Ludwig Stenlund scored his second of the game at the 2:58 mark of overtime to lift the Purple... buffalonews.com

Borek earns first win as Pantano posts shutout

Scott Borek's first win as head coach of the Merrimack men's hockey team wasn't without some dramatics ...The post Borek earns first win as Pantano posts shutout appeared first on The Mack Report. themackreport.com

Hockey East: 'NewMass' slogan sets tone for Carvel’s third year

Greg Carvel looks to his daughters, Kathryn and Ava, to judge how excited fans are about his hockey teams. When Carvel coached for five seasons at St. Lawrence, most trips to the supermarket involved interacting with fans and anonymity wasn’t an... amherstbulletin.com

NCHC PART 2: Building the league and a re-do at commissioner

The National Collegiate Hockey Conference was introduced to the college hockey world at a July 13, 2011, press conference in Colorado Springs. While the athletic directors expressed genuine excitement about the new league, they were also just getting... duluthnewstribune.com

WCHA: Women - No. 5 Ohio State dominates Minnesota State 4-0

For half the game, Minnesota State looked like it had a chance to upset. Midway through the second period, with Ohio State dominating in every part of the ice except the scoreboard, the Mavericks remained deadlocked with the Buckeyes 0-0 thanks to... thelantern.com

WHL: Everett downs Winterhawks

Portland goes 0 for 10 on power plays Sunday as 4-2 loss ends five-game win streak portlandtribune.com

Monday, October 15, 2018

USHL: Final Hand Favors the Gamblers

Two late goals by defensemen hoisted the Green Bay Gamblers past theWaterloo Black Hawks, 5-4 in overtime Saturday at Young Arena.Noah Ganske ga... - USHL Waterloo Black Hawks oursportscentral.com

10/15/2018 6:49 AM

USHL: Phantoms Fall After Early Lead

Youngstown, OH- The Youngstown Phantoms (0-4-0-1) jumped out to an early three goal lead but the Muskegon Lumberjacks would rally back and get the win 5-4. oursportscentral.com

USHL: Saints Beat Lancers 7-2

The Dubuque Fighting Saints put up a touchdown on a college football Saturday to push past the Omaha Lancers 7-2. Dubuque received another balanced ef... - USHL Dubuque Fighting Saints oursportscentral.com

WHL: Ilijah Colina stars in overtime as Cougars edge Ice

CRANBROOK, B.C. — Ilijah Colina scored 33 seconds into overtime as the Prince George Cougars edged the Kootenay Ice 2-1 on Sunday in Western Hockey League action. Jackson Leppard also scored for the Cougars (4-5-1), while Taylor Gauthier made 45... sportsnet.ca


Sunday, October 14, 2018

10/14/2018 8:32 AM

WHL: Thunderbirds offense continues surge in rout of Oil Kings

KENT – Zack Andrusiak had just a sliver of net to shoot at late in the second period Saturday night. With the score tied at three and 20 seconds left, the 20-year-old winger flung a shot towards Edmonton Oil Kings goalie Dylan Myskiw from a short... sports.mynorthwest.com

NAHL: Junior hockey - Wilderness win in a shootout

Duluthian Luke Dow was the only player to score in a six-round shootout to give the Minnesota Wilderness a 4-3 victory over the Austin Bruins in a North American Hockey League game Saturday night at Northwoods Arena in Cloquet. duluthnewstribune.com

QMJHL: Laferriere leads Screaming Eagles over Oceanic

RIMOUSKI, Que. — Mathias Laferriere scored the go-ahead goal 14 minutes into the third period as the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles rallied from two goals down to defeat the Rimouski Oceanic 3-2 on Saturday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. sportsnet.ca

WHL: Hofer leads Broncos over Wheat Kings for first win

BRANDON, Man. — Joel Hofer made sure the Swift Current Broncos didn’t see their losing streak stretched any further. Hofer stopped 53-of-55 shots, then two more in the shootout as Swift Current beat the Brandon Wheat Kings 3-2 on Saturday, snapping... sportsnet.ca


Saturday, October 13, 2018

QMJHL: Alexis Shank leads Chicoutimi over Sherbrooke

SHERBROOKE, Que. — Alexis Shank stopped 43-of-44 shots as the Chicoutimi Sagueneens toppled the host Sherbrooke Phoenix 3-1 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action, earning at least a point in their seventh straight outing. The... sportsnet.ca

OHL: Hunter Jones makes 45 saves as Petes top Generals

OSHAWA, Ont. — Declan Chisholm scored the game-winning goal and added an assist, while Hunter Jones turned away 45 shots as the Peterborough Petes pulled out a 2-1 win over the Oshawa Generals in Ontario Hockey League action Friday night. Chisholm’s... sportsnet.ca

USHL: Jackson Twins Lead Dubuque

The Dubuque Fighting Saints won a thriller on the road against the Lincoln Stars, notching their second win of the season. In a back and forth third p... - USHL Dubuque Fighting Saints oursportscentral.com

USHL: Steel Outmuscle Capitols in 6-2 Win

GENEVA, ILLINOIS - The Chicago Steel scored four consecutive goals to open the game in a 6-2 win over the Madison Capitols Friday night at Capitol Ice... - USHL Chicago Steel oursportscentral.com

USHL: Victory Royale

RALSTON, NE - The Lancers edged the Fargo Force on Friday Night at Ralston Arena by a final score of 3-2.The Lancers took to the scoreboard first ... - USHL Omaha Lancers oursportscentral.com

AHL: Charlotte Checkers improve record to 4-0-0

The unbeaten Checkers lead the American Hockey League in converting their power-play opportunities, and they’re tied for the lead in short-handed goals. charlotteobserver.com

Monday, October 15, 2018

10/15/2018 6:46 AM

AHL: Admirals Suffer First Loss of the Season

Rosemont, IL - Defenseman Dylan Coghlan scored his first professional goal to lift the Chicago Wolves to a 5-4 overtime win over the Milwaukee Admirals Sunday at Allstate Arena. oursportscentral.com

ECHL: Growlers off and running

The Newfoundland Growlers celebrated their first win in their first year in the ECHL Friday night at Mile One Centre, a 3-2 decision over the Florida Everblades. The Growlers had to settle for a split, however, as Florida won 3-2 Saturday night. thetelegram.com

ECHL: League should review hit on Schaafsma (video)

We already knew the ECHL would need to take a long look at what the Komets' Taylor Crunk did after the final horn blared Saturday night at Cincinnati, cross-checking Adrian Carbonara and drawing a major penalty and a game misconduct following the... journalgazette.net


Sunday, October 14, 2018

10/14/2018 8:21 AM

AHL: Checkers Stay Perfect With 4-1 Win in Syracuse

After a back-and-forth contest the night before in Utica, the Checkers left no doubt against the Crunch. Julien Gauthier opened the scoring within the first five minutes of play before Charlotte’s special teams took over. Janne Kuokkanen and Clark... gocheckers.com

AHL: Griffins’ top line one to be reckoned with

Despite the duo being held off the scoresheet in last weekend’s opening two contests, the rest of the Central Division and the American Hockey League should remain on notice: the circuit’s leading scorer a season ago, Chris Terry, and the sixth... theahl.com


Saturday, October 13, 2018

10/13/2018 8:55 AM

ECHL: Memorable opening night as Growlers post first league win

If there’s any truth to the old adage that you only get one chance to make a good first impression, then the Newfoundlanders Growlers stood out – in a good way - Friday night at Mile One Centre. The expansion team, playing its first ECHL game, fended... thetelegram.com

AHL: Senators Edged by the Moose

The Belleville Senators were narrowly beaten 2-1 by the Manitoba Moose Friday night in Winnipeg.Rudolfs Balcers had the Sens' (0-2-0-0) lone goal ... - AHL Belleville Senators oursportscentral.com

KHL: Shut-out Sunday. October 14 round-up

Five of Sunday’s eight games ended in shut-outs, with Avtomobilist, Sibir, Lokomotiv, Dinamo Riga and CSKA all denying their opponents. Elsewhere, there was overtime in Minsk and Bratislava while Avangard beat Barys in the highest-scoring game of the day. en.khl.ru

Monday, October 15, 2018

10/15/2018 7:25 AM

UK: Challenge Cup - MK Lightning 4-5 Cardiff Devils

Cardiff Devils survived a late comeback to beat MK Lightning and claim a place in the Challenge Cup quarter finals. Devils had taken a 4-0 lead at Planet Ice through Joey Haddad, Charles Linglet, Sean Bentivoglio and captain Jake Morissette, before... bbc.com

KHL: Alexander Romanov records his first pro point

On Wednesday, Romanov recorded his first professional point of his career. It was a secondary assist, and there was still a lot left to do for the goal. Romanov passed the puck forward into the offensive zone from his own side of the red line. habseyesontheprize.com


Sunday, October 14, 2018

10/14/2018 8:25 AM

UK: Elite League - Cardiff Devils 5-2 Dundee Stars

Cardiff Devils came from behind to beat Dundee Stars 5-2 at Ice Arena Wales. The hosts took the lead through Joey Martin but the Stars led 2-1 at the end of the first period thanks to goals from Lukas Nielsen and Connor Cox. bbc.com


Saturday, October 13, 2018

US National Sled Hockey Team trains in Minot

The United States National Sled Hockey Team has made Maysa Arena its training hub this weekend. The reigning three-time consecutive Paralympic gold medal winning squad (2010, 2014 and 2018) has been holding a three-day training camp in Minot, which... minotdailynews.com

10/13/2018 9:11 AM

WJC: Frost focused on chance to represent Canada at World Juniors

KAMLOOPS B.C. — Tim Hunter wasn’t going to lie. The head coach of Team Canada wasn’t about to call out any of his World Junior hopefuls after a couple of games of summer hockey here in B.C.’s interior. But, he wasn’t going to blow any smoke either. sportsnet.ca

KHL: 17 Up. Avto keeps on winning. October 12 round-up

Early-season leader Avtomobilist posted its 17th straight victory, downing Sibir 4-1 to stretch its advantage at the top of the table. CSKA was close to a shock defeat at home to Admiral before winning in a shoot-out, SKA eased past Severstal on two... en.khl.ru

MN H.S.: NHL standout Matt Cullen's hockey arena adding third ice sheet

MOORHEAD—Former Moorhead Spuds hockey standout and Minnesota Wild center Matt Cullen said some of the best memories of his youth involved him on the ice with his father, Terry Cullen, at the Moorhead Youth Hockey Association arena. duluthnewstribune.com

Saturday, October 13, 2018

10/13/2018 9:16 AM

MN H.S.: A Game to Remember

That’s how the St. Agnes Aggies High School hockey team from St. Paul, MN, felt in 1968 after “The World’s Greatest High School Team”, the Buzzers from St. Michael’s of Toronto, Canada, beat them 2-0. minnesotahockeymag.com


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