OTTAWA — Never a dull moment.
The Maple Leafs kids were more than all right during the 2016-17 season.
It was a bloody fashion crime that even Don Cherry is pleading guilty to.
For the second straight year, the Peguis Juniors are Keystone Junior Hockey League champions.
The town of Arborg will host the 2017 Keystone Cup, the western Canadian Junior ‘B’ Hockey Championship, at the Arborg and District Arena April 13 to 16.The Arborg Ice Dawgs will be the host team for the event, while the other teams competing are the Peguis Juniors (Keystone Junior Hockey League champions), Nipigon Elks (Lakehead Junior Hockey Leag
The Selkirk Steelers honoured outstanding accomplishments by members of their player roster during the 2016-17 MJHL season, at their annual Windup and Awards Banquet held at Gaffers Restaurant in Lockport March 24.
Chase Faulkner’s extraordinary performance in the 2017 Manitoba Major Junior Hockey League playoffs has become even more incredible.
Natalie Spooner had just gotten off the ice on Tuesday night when she heard the news.
The Arborg Ice Dawgs have made it to the KJHL championship, after beating the OCN Storm 12-0 in game five of their best-of-seven playoff semifinal.
The Selkirk Steelers have been eliminated from the 2016-17 MJHL postseason after what was a remarkable regular season.
A night of excitement, celebration and memories ultimately ended in disappointment for the Selkirk Steelers Friday night.
The sting from a year earlier was still very much with Les Canadiennes de Montreal on Sunday.
The official Hockey Day in Canada was held on Feb. 18. It apparently took another two weeks for this country’s NHL franchises to truly celebrate the occasion.
The Arborg Ice Dawgs dismantled the North Winnipeg Satelites in three of their best-of-five KJHL play-off games to end February on a high note. The result means the team marches on to the second round of playoffs. Game 1: Ice Dawgs 4 Satelites 0 Arborg was completely dominant in its first encounter with North Winnipeg Feb. 23 at the Arborg and Dist
Tom Renney has Plan A and Plan B and maybe even a Plan C in his Hockey Canada office and admits he has no clue whether NHL players will be participating in the Olympic Games next year in Korea.
It's keeping Ramona Reimer's dream alive.