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Video- Peterborough And Hockey Go Together

via Hometown Hockey (more videos and features on Peterborough),

For 59 years, the Peterborough Petes – the oldest continuously operating franchise in the CHL – have produced NHL players and coaches like no other Junior hockey organization.  They have become known as a Junior Hockey Factory.

Jeff Marek takes you through the history of Peterborough’s NHL pipeline.

 

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Live Stream- WJC, Team Germany vs. Team USA

The puck drops just after 8:00pm ET from the Bell Centre in Montreal.

Germany lost their first preliminary game yesteday to Canada 4-0 while the USA defeated Finland 2-1 in a shootout on Friday.

Watch the game below...

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  Tags: team+germany, team+usa

Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discussed- results are come from how you dress in hockey, a bad hit by Nail Yakupov and some WJC talk.

 

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Live Stream- WJC Team Finland vs. Team USA

In a Preliminary Round Group A Game, Team Finland meets Team USA from the Bell Centre in Montreal.

Puck drops just after 3:00pm ET.

Watch below and there may be IP restrictions.

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World Junior Championship Begins Today

via the NHL Network,

NHL Network will provide exclusive live and delayed broadcasts of 28 games from the 2015 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship, Dec. 26 - Jan. 5 in Montreal, Quebec, and Toronto, including all medal-round games and twenty preliminary-round match-ups.

All Team USA games will feature the broadcast team of Steve Mears, NHL Live Powered by Constellation of co-host  who will provide play-by-play, and game analyst Dan Bylsma, who served as the head coach of the 2014 U.S. Men's Olympic Ice Hockey Team. Dave Starman, in his 12th season as an NCAA hockey analyst, will serve as the rinkside reporter. Team USA games –including preliminary round matchups against Finland, Germany, Slovakia and Canada also will be available via live stream on NHL.com.

Fans should follow @NHLNetwork for all programming and live game updates.

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Jack Eichel And Connor McDavid In The Spotlight

from Kevin Allen of USA TODAY,

Boston University freshman Jack Eichel's status as an NHL prospect has reached the point that he almost sounds too good to be true.

In addition to being the most-talked-about U.S. center prospect since Mike Modano was drafted No. 1 overall in 1988, Eichel also has a humility and leadership quality that endears him to teammates and coaches.

"It's just Jack being Jack," said Team USA general manager Jim Johannson. "He's a true team guy who leads by his level of play and by his interaction with everyone, including his teammates, coaches, training staff and equipment guys. He handles everything in a real comfortable and mature way. It all comes natural to him."

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from Cathal Kelly of the Globe and Mail,

For years, people have been telling McDavid that he is a once-in-a-generation hockey talent. He’s dealt with that pressure the same way he reacts to a pushy maintenance worker – politely deferential, but in full control of the situation.

The best way to describe McDavid’s oversized bag of on-ice tricks is that he plays as if he’s spotlit.

That’s easy to do when you have the puck. McDavid commands attention even when he’s nowhere near the play.

You could spend 20 minutes watching him sit on the bench.

For the whole time he’s out there, he’s stalking, proactive and reactive all at the same time. The best comparison is Mario Lemieux’s predatory glide.

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Projected Rosters For The World Cup Of Hockey

from Scott Burnside of ESPN,

Right now, we expect these six hockey nations will take part: Canada, the United States, Finland, Sweden, Russia and the Czech Republic. Plus two other composition teams will round out a field of eight.

For the national teams we know will be in Toronto, we went with a 25-man roster of three goalies, eight defensemen and 14 forwards, and tried to take into account the maturation of young players and the durability of older players.

We also included our Team Euro Leftovers Roster and the Young North American Guns roster (which makes a mockery of the entire tournament and is a kick in the shins to the Swiss and the Slovaks, who should have their own teams in this competition).

We included only those North American players who will be 25 or younger on our Team Sham, er, Team Young Guns roster.

read on for the projected rosters...

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Watching The World Junior Championship

NEW YORK (December 22, 2014) – NHL Network™ U.S. will provide exclusive live and delayed broadcasts of 28 games from the 2015 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship, Dec. 26 - Jan. 5 in Montreal, Quebec, and Toronto, including all medal-round games and 20 preliminary-round match-ups

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The Falling Ruble And The KHL

from the CP at TSN,

The Russia-based Kontinental Hockey League saw itself as the oil-rich rival to the NHL, offering a tempting, if less prestigious, alternative to playing in North America.

As the league planned to expand as far as Britain, the money on offer even attracted Russian stars like Ilya Kovalchuk and Alexander Radulov, who walked out on lucrative NHL deals to return home.

Then came the crash of the ruble this week.

The financial crisis has threatened the plans of players like former Vancouver Canucks goaltender Curtis Sanford, who came to Russia to save for his retirement.

"It's just really happened all of a sudden," the 35-year-old Sanford told The Associated Press. "These are some things that you don't expect when you sign a contract. Right now, you just have to ride the rolls of how it's going and hopefully it stabilizes and gets better."

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  Tags: khl

Go Huskies Go

from Jeff Z. Klein of the New York Times,

HOUGHTON, Mich. — Hockey rules this remote part of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, where it is played by everyone from children to those in their 70s and 80s. All through the long winter it is always game on — in modern arenas, outside (into the wee hours of the night) and in two of the oldest hockey rinks in the world.

Professional hockey was born here in Copper Country in 1902, 15 years before the N.H.L. was formed. Even before that, the game was king in Houghton, Hancock, Calumet and nearby towns when they were at the center of a mining boom.

The mining is gone, the woods dotted with abandoned buildings and ghost towns. Only about 44,000 live in the area now, but the love affair with hockey endures. And the Michigan Tech Huskies are winning again, at last.

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