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Oil Kings go into Game 4 without Mads Eller

Mads Eller is OK in that he wasn’t seriously injured in his high-speed collision with his team’s bench on Sunday, but he won’t be drawing into Game 4 of the Edmonton Oil Kings’ series with the Brandon Wheat Kings tonight. 128 more words


'Dub Weekly: Depth of Hitmen goalie stable helps get them back in series

Like a relief pitcher called upon to shut down opposing batters, Mack Shields did his job on Sunday to stymie an onslaught of Kootenay Ice shooters. 808 more words


Tambellini's overtime snipe saves Hitmen, ties series with Ice 1-1

Adam Tambellini was determined to keep firing pucks on net until he scored.

That persistence paid off at 16:36 of overtime on Sunday when he wired a shot to the top corner, glove side behind Kootenay goalie Wyatt Hoflin to lead the Calgary Hitmen to a 3-2 win over the Kootenay Ice. 767 more words


Visiting Ice edge Hitmen in playoff opener

Luke Philp continued his hot hand against the Calgary Hitmen on Friday.

After counting six goals and adding five assists in seven regular-season games against the Hitmen, Philp scored twice and set up another to lead his Kootenay Ice to a 4-3 win in Game 1 of the WHL Eastern Conference quarter-final series between the two rivals. 677 more words


2015 NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Championship on TSN

The top sixteen NCAA ice hockey teams compete beginning today for the championship and all games will be broadcast by TSN. The regional semifinals run today until Sunday and then the Frozen Four semifinals plus championship takes place April 9–11. 156 more words

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AJHL playoffs: Former Hitmen forward Chase Clayton thriving with Brooks Bandits

Chase Clayton found himself as the odd man out with the Saskatoon Blades at the beginning of the season.

Fast forward seven months and Clayton has become a key contributor for the Brooks Bandits during their Alberta Junior Hockey League playoff drive. 696 more words


Gatineau opens QMJHL playoffs on road against Blainville-Boisbriand

Seven weeks ago the Gatineau Olympiques were in danger of missing the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoffs for the first time in more than three decades as they were one rung above the basement floor in the overall standings. 620 more words

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