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Maschmeyer emerging as a threat for Team Canada's No. 1 goalie

Alex Carpenter’s goal was the kind nightmares are made of; the kind that keeps you up at night wondering and analyzing what went wrong.

The 2016 IIHF women’s world championships, the biggest game outside of the Olympics. 671 more words


The Morning Skate, May 16: Bye bye NHL and Olympics? Baseballers behaving badly?

If you’ve read me before, you know I love the Olympics.

You’ll probably not be surprised to learn I especially love hockey at the Olympics. 1,516 more words

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Australian Ice Hockey growing with each skate

The Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL) kicked off its 2016 season with a blockbuster game down at Docklands on the 23rd of April.

However before the game at the… 506 more words

Hockey's expanding international reach proves that it's a small world after all

How much is hockey becoming a truly international sport?

I came across a YouTube video from 2012 – before this blog was created – on the… 497 more words

‘She's just that train on the tracks’: Jennifer Wakefield's booming shot powers Canada

KAMLOOPS — A Swedish newspaper referred to Jennifer Wakefield’s departure from her club squad to Team Canada for these IIHF world championships as a “nightmare.” 1,064 more words


Canadians respond with eight-goal outburst in win over Russia at women's worlds

KAMLOOPS – Laura Schuler apparently has a knack for intermission speeches.

Coach Schuler’s Team Canada scored five times in the first 5:20 of the second period, turning a 1-0 Russia lead into a romp for the home side here at the Sandman Centre on the second day of the IIHF women’s hockey world championship. 543 more words


2016 Women's World Hockey Championship schedule

The IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship begins Monday in Kamloops.

The Province’s Steve Ewen is there. Follow him on twitter: @steveewen 168 more words