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Some real interesting happenings this week through the hockey world. Besides in the NHL and the wind down of the regular season we will see some cool new items in hockey and some NCAA news. So lets get at it and enjoy the UHS Hockey Happenings Around the World.
Until next time.
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Since the middle ages ice hockey has been played with round pucks. Until now. Inspired by the free forms of the Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto and a small reminder that not everything has to be as we’re used to
NHL goes overboard on outdoor hockey games
by Jose Negron
It’s been six years since the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Buffalo Sabres took the game of hockey outside at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo, N.Y. and introduced a rare and special event to fans of the National Hockey League. In 2008, these two teams played in the inaugural NHL Winter Classic,
FROZEN FOUR EVIDENCE OF HOCKEY’S GEOGRAPHIC TALENT SHIFT
JERRY YORK has been a head coach in college hockey since I was in seventh grade, and I’m turning 56 this year. Born in 1945, no college hockey coach has more victories than his 935, and he’s right up there in national championships after winning three of the last six as the head coach of Boston College, where he has been since 1994.
APRIL 4, 2014 BY MATTHEW DIBIASE
Before the Olympic break the Pittsburgh Penguins were the dominant team in the Eastern Conference but now a month after the Olympic break the Boston Bruins have surged with a vengeance going 15-2-2; not only to taking control of the Eastern Conference but the NHL as a whole, presently leading St. Louis by three points in the President’s Trophy stakes (and home-ice advantage in all four rounds of the playoffs—a significant advantage for a team with Stanley Cup winning capability like Boston).
BY STEVEN ELLIS
Sarnia Sting has chosen Toronto Jr. Canadiens defenseman Jakob Chychrun as the first overall selection.
“Jakob is a special kind of player that doesn’t come around too often,” commented Sting Head Scout & Director of Player Personnel, Nick Sinclair. “He is a prototypical modern age defenceman that can do it all. He is a rare combination of size, speed, and strength, but his greatest asset as a player is his hockey sense.
Kid’s sled hockey team is sports at its finest
A sled hockey program in Lebanon County is giving children with physical disabilities a great way to play a team sport.
Hockey Night in Canada
Jim Hughson: Why are Canadian teams struggling?
Hockey Night in Canada play-by-play man says the draft is a key factor for the struggles.
Apr 3, 2014
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