Tag: canada

Talking Puck with Jeff Angus and Ryan Ma

 A deep dive into the most important, relevant, and interesting questions from the hockey world, featuring Jeff Angus and Ryan Ma.




(Another) Updated Look at Canada’s Sochi Roster for the 2014 Olympics

Through the first few months of the 2013-14 season, we have seen Olympic stocks rise and fall among Canadian hopefuls. Let’s get right to it – read on for my final selections for Canada’s Sochi roster for the 2014 Olympics.




An Updated Look at Canada’s 2014 Sochi Olympics Hockey Roster

  Most hockey bloggers have already published at least one version of their 2014 Team Canada roster, and I am no different. I first shared my thoughts on the topic back in February, and a lot has changed since that time. What better time for an update?




Projecting Canada’s 2014 Olympic Roster

  I have been looking forward to publishing this piece for a while. Selecting Canada’s roster for any international hockey competition is never an easy task. There were a number of quality forwards, defensemen, and goaltenders that didn’t make the cut. I made sure to cover the “why” for each selection and omission. There may




10 Reasons to Look Forward to the World Juniors

The World Junior Hockey Championship is alway fantastic hockey, but this year’s tournament will be even more special. NHL caliber talent will litter the rosters, and since hockey fans have been shut out of enjoying the NHL thanks to the most ridiculous lockout in modern professional sports, they’ll presumably be extra excited.