Saturday’s NHL pre-season game between the Winnipeg Jets and Washington Capitals in Belleville (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 7 p.m. ET) as part of the Kraft Hockeyville celebrations for the Ontario township of Stirling-Rawdon promises to be another memorable chapter in the area’s rich hockey history.
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The Toronto Maple Leafs must demonstrate right out of the gate that there is no lingering effect from their epic playoff collapse last spring, writes Tim Wharnsby.
As newly elected IOC president, Thomas Bach’s biggest challenge will be to prove that what happens at the Olympics is real, writes CBC Sports Weekend host Scott Russell.
With the NHL season just around the corner, fantasy hockey managers are busy feverishly researching everything there is to know about the game. This week, CBCSports.ca’s Jordan Shifman tackles the tough question of which netminder to build your fantasy hockey team around when it’s time to draft your championship roster.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have to demonstrate that they are over the lingering effects of their epic collapse last spring, not just when the regular season opens Oct. 1, but when the playoffs roll around in the spring, CBCSports.ca senior hockey writer Tim Wharnsby writes.
Daniel Cleary was a no-show Thursday at Philadelphia Flyers training camp because he is still trying to re-sign with the Detroit Red Wings, writes Elliotte Friedman.
CBC Sports hockey writer Mike Brophy reports from training camp that the Toronto Maple Leafs refused to spend the off-season dwelling on last spring’s Game 7 collapse at Boston.
As the newly elected IOC president, Thomas Bach’s biggest challenge will be to prove that what happens at the Olympics is real and that it still has meaning and value in the fight against doping, writes Sports Weekend host Scott Russell.
As hockey writer Mike Brophy reports from camp, Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis hasn’t spent the off-season dwelling on the team’s Game 7 collapse against the Boston Bruins last spring.
Nazem Kadri ‘couldn’t be happier’ to sign a two-year contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs, while fellow forward and soon-to-be free agent Phil Kessel is content to talk contract after the upcoming NHL season, writes CBC Sports’ Mike Brophy.