Sidney Crosby is coming off a magical season and winning his 2nd consecutive Stanely Cup. The Pittsburgh Penguins superstar and native of Cole Harbour, NS is back home for his annual Hockey School in his hometown. On day 3 of the camp, Crosby took timeout […]
Hockey Canada Director of Player Personnel Ryan Jankowski visited the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax Friday to take a close look at a handful of players who have been and continue to be on his radar. Jankowski is beginning to look at players for Hockey Canada’s […]
Mooseheads Jared McIsaac and Benoit-Olivier Groulx leave Halifax today to participate in the World Under 17 hockey championships in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. Hockey Canada is represented by 3 different teams and although McIsaac and Groulx are not on the same team they are excited […]
Jill Saulnier reflects on the CWHL championship with Calgary Inferno and her future goals. The 24 yr old Halifax native is home for the summer and is coming off an excellent season with 22 points in 22 games. Her goal remains to represent Canada at […]
Walter Flower is off to Hockey Canada selection camp later this week with hopes of making the U18 team. The Halifax Mooseheads defenceman has put on 15 pounds since his QMJHL rookie season and has been working on improving his skating with coach Jill Plandowski. […]
Hockey Canada recognized 4 more honourees Monday morning in Halifax , NS with the Order of Hockey in Canada Award. 2 time Stanley Cup winner Mario Lemieux, 7 time World champ Geraldine Heaney, CHL President Dave Branch and CEO Oilers Entertainment Group Bob Nicholson also […]
Hockey Canada President Tom Renney introduces the 4 newest members of the Hockey Order of Canada in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Renney calls Dave Branch, Geraldine Heaney, Bob Nicholson and Mario Lemieux, Hockey Caada’s face of Mount Rushmore. The event will also provide a legacy for […]
Maxime Fortier of the Halifax Mooseheads scores his second of the game and his 14th of the season putting his team up 4-1 over the visiting Cape Breton Screaming Eagles.
Montreal Canadiens prospect, Halifax Mooseheads fan favourite and former Québec Remparts goalie Zach Fucale returns to Halifax. At Champions for Change, he reflected on his time in Halifax and talk about his world junior gold medal experience.
Halifax’s Jill Saulnier returns home after bringing a silver medal home from the 2015 World Womens Hockey championships in Malmo, Sweden. Saulnier was in attedance at a recent Halifax Mooseheads home game and joined John Moore in the broadcast booth to discuss the world championships, […]