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Tag Archives: junior hockey
At a time when the focus has been on the recent negative issues at the John Labatt Centre in London, we need to remember the great things this venue and the sport of junior hockey show about our community. Continue reading
John Tavares’ representation is doing the wrong thing developmentally for their charge by trying to arrange for early entry to the NHL draft. Continue reading
Examining the QMJHL’s decision to sell a division name to a sponsor and how short-sighted financial moves like this jeopardize any league’s ability to trade on its past. Continue reading