Toronto Marlies Fall to Belleville Senators in Boxing Day Classic

|

TORONTO– The Toronto Marlies could not carry over the good tidings from Christmas into Boxing Day. In the annual “Boxing Day Classic” at Scotiabank Arena, the Marlies would fall to their local rival Belleville Senators 3-2. This is the second win for the Senators against the Marlies this season, after losing to Toronto 7-3 last Saturday. […] READ MORE


Olivia Smith & Jayden Nelson named Canada Soccer’s Youth Players of the Year

|

Soccer is becoming one of the top sports in Canada. Almost three million players, young and old, graced the pitch in the North American country in 2006, according to the Big Count. Most Canadian footballers play in the Canadian Premier League, the United Soccer League, and the Major League Soccer. Betway offers different betting options […] READ MORE


Dylan Holloway Looking to Excel with Wisconsin after World Junior Camp

|

OAKVILLE, Ont.– When Tony Granato first saw Dylan Holloway at the Chicago Steel camp two years ago, he was unequivocally astonished.  “Holy cow,” said Granato, describing the first time he laid eyes on Holloway. “You watch him one shift and he’s special.”  Granato is currently the head coach of the University of Wisconsin Badgers hockey […] READ MORE


Alexis LaFreniere Preparing for Leadership Role on World Junior Team

|

OAKVILLE– Alexis LaFreniere is itching to get back on the ice. While the rest of Canada’s World Junior hopefuls were taking part in practices, LaFreniere was putting in a ton of work on the bike. For the last few weeks, the Rimouski Oceanic forward has been nursing an ankle injury. It forced him to miss […] READ MORE


Injuries, Goalies, Team Identity: Day 2 World Junior Selection Camp Recap

|

OAKVILLE— Canada’s World Junior hopefuls reached another checkpoint in the Selection Camp process. Now having completed the doubleheader of practices on Tuesday, the team is now ready to embark on actual games between U Sports on Wednesday and Thursday. A chance for the Canadian selectees to apply the skills and knowledge gained in practice into […] READ MORE


National Arena League Releases 2020 Schedule

|

The National Arena League (NAL) recently announced their schedule for the upcoming 2020 season. The 2020 NAL schedule will feature seven teams; some teams will have 12 games while others will play 13 games in the regular season. With the league having only seven teams, that means at least one team is going to have […] READ MORE


Dale Hunter Instills Winning Culture for Team Canada

|

OAKVILLE– Dale Hunter really does not like losing. So much so that during the 2006 OHL Playoffs, the London Knights head coach was fined $5,000 for arguing with on-ice officials. Even though his team got swept, Hunter still stuck up for his players. It is that fervent focus on winning and distaste for losing that […] READ MORE


Joe Veleno Joins Team Canada, World Junior Selection Camp Day 1 Notes

|

OAKVILLE— Joe Veleno will get his chance at World Junior redemption. The Detroit Red Wings prospect was on the losing end being a part of Team Canada, losing to Finland in the quarterfinals at the World Junior Hockey Championship in Vancouver. The late goal that bounced and tipped into the net behind Michael DiPietro would […] READ MORE


National Arena League All-Time Records

|

With the conclusion of the 2019 National Arena League (NAL) season last August, things have slowed down enough to put together a list of all of the records in the league since the beginning. The NAL All-Time Records includes stats and records from all three sides of the ball. This could help figure out who […] READ MORE


Cody Barber inspired by Kahzin Daniels Story

|

Earlier on in this 2019-2020 Indoor Football League off-season, an article detailing a new signee to the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers was circulating through Facebook. Linebacker Kahzin Daniels had been promoted to the team’s active roster after serving time on their practice squad this year. It wasn’t just a normal story about a kid getting […] READ MORE