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Press Release: Sportsnet Acquires Exclusive Canadian English-Language Multimedia Rights to 2016 World Cup of Hockey

TORONTO (March 4, 2015) The greatest hockey players in the game today will be descending on Toronto in 2016, and Sportsnet will be providing Canadians with some of the best seats in the house. 217 more words


Corbo captures first aerials World Cup medal

A thrilling week continued for the nation’s freestyle skiers, with Melissa Corbo capturing her first World Cup medal in aerials on Friday in Lake Placid. 190 more words


New Zealand U20 national hockey team did the Haka on the ice

If you thought New Zealand’s intimidating Haka dance was the best on the field, you haven’t seen it on the ice.

During the IIHF Division III U20 World Championships, New Zealand’s U20 National Team did the traditional Māorian dance on the blue line in front of their opponents, South Africa. 7 more words


Dave Stubbs: Coderre champions Montreal with IIHF head, looking ahead to 2017 world juniors

So the words being heard across the land and farther afield were, “That was one heck of a world junior hockey championship. But Montreal …” 1,263 more words


Hockey Canada set high ticket prices that led to empty seats at world juniors 2015 in Montreal, IIHF says

TORONTO — The IIHF said Hockey Canada was responsible for the ticket prices that may have led to empty seats at Montreal’s Bell Centre for preliminary games at the world junior championship. 664 more words


Canadian TV Ratings [Sports]: December 19-21, 2014

The International Ice Hockey Federation’s World Junior Championship pre-tournament game between Canada and Russia —what a mouthful—did very well for TSN on Friday. It pulled in 480,000 viewers, which was notably better than the 297,000 who tuned into the Raptors game that topped last week Friday. 280 more words


IIHF Suspensions for Russian & Swedish Coaches

At the end of yesterday’s Russia-Sweden IIHF Semifinals game, Russian Head Coach Oleg Znarok and Swedish Assistant coach Rikard Grönborg were involved in a bit of overzealous bench threats directed at each other which has resulted in the two being suspended for their Gold and Bronze games today. 386 more words

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