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Episode Connor McDavid 2.0 (197): Golden Knights 1st Team to 2nd Round. Sharks, Jets, Lightning, Pens Go Through.

The Vegas Golden Knights were the first team to get through to the 2nd round. Following them were the Sharks, the Lightning and Jets and we go through all of them. 188 more words

Hockey

Girls Try Hockey for Free Day

The Atlanta Lady Thrashers are hosting a girl’s try hockey for free day on April 28th from 3:00-3:50 at the Cooler in Alpharetta. No requirements, all ages are welcome. 66 more words

Ice Hockey

Episode Pavel Bure (196): NHL Player Bryan Bickell Talks About Life with MS. Stanley Cup Playoffs Begin!

NHL Player and Stanley Cup Champion Bryan Bickell talks to us about life with MS and some important people he’s supporting at the Boston marathon. Check out his story at… 104 more words

Hockey

Corbella: Humboldt Bronco Logan Boulet was much more than a hockey hero

LETHBRIDGE — A standing-room only crowd at a hockey rink here Saturday heard about the big heart and caring nature of Logan Boulet. They also heard about the strength of the young defenceman’s actual heart, now beating in the chest of a fortunate organ recipient. 1,080 more words

Local News

Corbella: Two hockey player funerals in two days too much for Lethbridge

LETHBRIDGE — Rev. Terry Shillington baptized Logan Boulet. On Saturday, he will help bury the 21-year-old.

“You never think you are going to bury a child you baptize,” explains the 74-year-old retired United Church minister. 920 more words

Local News

Hockey Players are a Different Kind of Athlete

On Friday April 6, the hockey world stood still as a bus carrying 28 players, coaches, and staff of the Humboldt Broncos collided with a transport truck as it was on its way to Nipawin, Saskatchewan for a playoff game. 465 more words

Sports

Russia men's hockey coach quits month after Olympic title

MOSCOW (AP) — Oleg Znarok has stepped down as coach of the Russian men’s hockey team less than two months after leading it to its first Olympic gold medal in 26 years. 186 more words

Olympics