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Double Jackpot in Las Vegas: MLS and NHL Expansion Franchises?

Two separate stories were released this week, but both centered on the same idea: awarding an expansion team in Las Vegas, Nevada. First, the City of Las Vegas, in association with two private partners, noted the possibility of building a soccer-specific stadium in downtown Las Vegas with a mix of public and private monies (more information can be found… 359 more words


Letter: Hockey team suspension a double standard

Re: Rock made right call by penalizing U of O team, Aug. 25.

It seems as though suspending the hockey program is part and parcel of making the message resonate that shameful behaviour will not be tolerated by the University of Ottawa. 148 more words

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Markham NHL Team: The Pros and Cons

By: Zak

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced today that by 2017 the NHL will be adding 4 more teams. 1 in Seattle, 1 in Las Vegas, 1 in Quebec City (return of the Nordiques), and another team in Toronto! 435 more words

NHL Expansion

So apparently while the NFL and MLB are running around with their heads up their asses, the NHL decided to get in on the fun. 401 more words


AHL schedule remains a work in progress.

We are all counting down the days until hockey returns. Many of us still have hockey to be enjoyed of course especially here in Australia, and when it closes here August 31st; the hockey across the ocean in the USA & Canada edges another day closer. 925 more words


Season Preview: Arizona Coyotes

Will a new name bring a change in fortunes for the Coyotes?

After years of off ice issues over shadowing on ice events, the club seems to have some semblance of stability for the time being and can now focus its efforts on a return to the post season, after missing the cut in each of the past two seasons. 894 more words


Pats sign four prospects

Media release:

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats Hockey Club announced today the signing of four prospects.  The Pats inked forward Kyle Westeringh and defencemen James Hilsendager, Brady Pouteau and Ryan Krushen to Standard WHL Player Agreements. 281 more words