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Five London connections set to play in Canada/Russia series

Four London knights and Londoner Nick Suzuki will play for Team OHL in the Canada/Russia series next month.

Robert Thomas, Cliff Pu, Evan Bouchard and the recently returned Alex Formenton of the Knights were selected along with Suzuki for either one or both of the games against the Ontario Hockey League. 485 more words

Sports

Willes' Musings: Can Canucks repeat Ottawa feat?

In honour of a Canucks’ road win, here’s something else that’s surprising when it’s good: the musings and mediations on the world of sports:

As the Canucks stare down the barrel of a five-game road trip, we’d like to tell you that the apprehension over the team is misplaced; that it’s the result of an overly sensitive market that reacts reflexively to the short term and misses the bigger picture. 988 more words

Columnists

Belleville 5 Hershey 2

I’m a little late in posting this as I’m dealing with the joy of having my wallet stolen (commiserations to others who have gone through this process). 1,282 more words

Ottawa Senators

Canucks Game Day: Horvat a marked man as superstar Karlsson returns for Senators

THE BIG MATCHUP

Bo Horvat vs. Erik Karlsson

It’s tough to guess who the best defenceman in the world will be up against, but you assume it will be the Canucks scoring centre who is getting the most ice time: Bo Horvat. 784 more words

Hockey

Canucks to face Senators star Erik Karlsson in his NHL season debut

OTTAWA — Fresh off a romp through Western Canada, the Ottawa Senators are getting a huge momentum boost with the return of superstar defenceman Erik Karlsson. 771 more words

Vancouver Canucks

Slow pace bogs down Edmonton Oilers during losing streak

Playing faster is a priority for the Edmonton Oilers in order to snap their three-game losing streak.

It’s not about skating faster, but about playing with more crispness and detail. 376 more words

News

Edmonton Oilers fall flat again in lopsided loss to Ottawa Senators

The Edmonton Oilers early season woes continued Saturday night as they were flattened 6-1 at Rogers Place by the Ottawa Senators.

The Oilers have lost three straight and sink to 1-3 on the year. 424 more words

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