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Okemos native headed to Air Force Academy for hockey

Kyle Haak’s journey to the Division I college hockey ranks lasted a little longer than he had hoped.

The 20-year-old forward left Okemos High School after his junior year to pursue a career in the North American Hockey League — one of the premier junior hockey leagues in the country. 283 more words

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Casey Kubara in tryout with the Johnstown Tomahawks

Reach Rebels’ Casey Kubara has headed to the United States to attend a tryout with the Johnstown Tomahawks of the North American Hockey League. Kubara has spent the last two seasons playing in the East Coast Super League and the Australian Junior Ice Hockey League and has played one game for the Sydney Ice Dogs during the 2012 AIHL season.

Sydney Ice Dogs

WHL Giants end three-goalie brigade, sending 16-year-old Ryan Kubic to Brookings of NAHL

The Vancouver Giants reassigned goalie Ryan Kubic to the Brookings Blizzard of the Junior A North American Hockey League on Thursday.

Pardon?

It takes a little Googling, but there’s logic. 247 more words

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Jim Pritchard

James George Pritchard

Born: February 14, 1948 (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
Died: April 1, 2014 (Vancouver)

A rushing defenceman, Jim Pritchard was a first-round draft pick of the Montreal Canadiens in the 1968 NHL amateur draft. 313 more words

Tyler Lawson

Tyler W. Lawson

Born: May 19, 1983 (Barrie, Ontario)
Died: January 6, 2014 (Springwater, Ontario)

 

A rugged defenceman who liked to mix it up, Tyler Lawson spent six seasons throwing around his 6-foot-4, 230-pound frame. 268 more words

Is Arizona State Ready for Minot?

Arizona hockey may be ranked #1 in the nation, but it is no secret that the maroon and gold have struggled with Minot State in the past. 332 more words

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NAHL interested in Laredo?

How does the addition of a junior hockey franchise to the valley impact Laredo’s hockey future? Find out in Thursday’s Laredo Morning Times. In the meantime, here are some excerpts from my recent interview with the commissioner of the North American Hockey League, Mark Frankenfeld. 312 more words