When it comes to hosting an incredible weekend of hockey celebrations, the “Luck of the Irish” was not needed for the community of Lucan, Ontario.
When the London Knights acquired John Tavares in a blockbuster deal on January 8, 2009, team brass knew they were getting a game-changing superstar. As it turned out, it was even better than they expected.
“He’s a guy that when he came to us, he was mature beyond his years." - Dave Brown, GM of the Erie Otters
Despite some early struggles, Timothy Liljegren never doubted his move to North America.
William Nylander had one mission in mind when it came to Smashfest VII: get the better of anyone who wears a blue and white hockey sweater.
On the ice, Mitch Marner wants to be a player his teammates can count on. Off the ice, the right wing wants to be a person kids look up to.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have added depth to their forward ranks with the addition of Tyler Ennis.
The Toronto Maple Leafs re-signed defenceman Justin Holl on Tuesday to a two-year contract worth US$1.35 million, an annual average value of $675,000.
John Tavares might finally add a Toronto Maple Leafs jersey to his closet. Uncle John Tavares, that is.
He might not be able to provide the popcorn and refreshments, but Connor Brown can deliver a handful of Hollywood flicks you might want to consider!
Matt Martin is going back to the New York Islanders.
John Tavares spent a lot of Saturday walking the length of his pool — back and forth, back and forth — trying to make what felt like an impossible decision.
From the NHLPA and its players, congratulations to P-A Parenteau, who recently announced his retirement after 491 NHL games, and nearly 1,000 games as a professional hockey player.
Whether he’s at home or on the road, Connor Carrick enjoys checking out the newest roaster spots or heading back to visit some of his old favourites.
When it comes to one of his biggest passions away from the rink, Toronto forward Zach Hyman does it by the book, so to speak.
Originally aired January 29, 2001, this episode features Brian Leetch, the prolific, long-time New York Rangers defencemen who made his mark on the ice, and in the community with “Skate with the Greats”.
Owen Nolan chats transition with Craig Simpson in his first year with the San Jose Sharks. Nolan also hits EA Sports headquarters to learn a bit about player tracking alongside teammate Jamie Baker!
Frederik Andersen thrived when the stakes were highest for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who staved off elimination to skate away with a 3-1 win backed by the Dane's 32-save performance.
The 2018 Kraft Hockeyville-winning community Lucan, Ontario, will host the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators in a preseason ‘Battle of Ontario’ matchup on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018.
In this week’s episode, we learn that Joe Nieuwendyk didn’t always have his sights set on hockey. In fact, it wasn’t even his best sport!