16-year-old Finnish goalie who stopped 100 shots is, ‘a little bit tired on my legs’
He didn't get the win, but 16-year-old Finnish goaltender Juuso Kopra still earned a standing ovation from teammates after making 100 saves in a single game.
Passion drives Boston College coach Jerry York to go old school
Faced with the prospect of not being able to fly to a game this weekend, Jerry York wasn't about to let that stop him from coaching Boston College.
Boys of winter turned boys of summer: Six athletes who picked baseball over hockey
These six men found themselves at a crossroads in their life, one path paved in ice, the other in grass. In the end, they all picked the greener pastures of baseball.
European teams form alliance to get a seat at the table with the big boys
The European Hockey Club Alliance officially came into being this week after a meeting in Berlin and its main objective is to have more say in the transfer fees that come their teams' way when the NHL signs a player.
Hockey's travellin' man, Ryan Bahl, is one continent short of setting a record
Hockey’s travellin’ man is one continent short of a Guinness World Record. The final stop on his epic adventure is the granddaddy of ice sheets: Antarctica.
Flint Firebirds owner Rolf Nilsen won't be completely out of the picture
OHL commissioner David Branch said the decision to suspend Flint Firebirds owner Rolf Nilsen for five years was solely his decision and that if Nilsen wants to appeal, he'll have to take his case to the board of governors.
OHL sanctions against Flint help, but don't completely clear up a murky situation
Flint Firebirds owner Rolf Nilsen was suspended five years by the OHL for violations, 'contrary to the best interests of the players, the Team, and the OHL,' but will the suspension stick? And how will it affect the OHL draft?
How a car fire ignited one of the most spectacular comebacks in hockey history
Thirty years ago, Ken Hitchcock coached a Western League team that would have driven the NHL version of Ken Hitchcock bonkers. And 30 years ago yesterday, Hitchcock coached in one of the craziest games ever.
Mullets and Flow: The All Hockey Hair Team video is back and better than ever
Every year, the master of Minnesota hockey hair puts out his compilation of the best hairstyles from the state's famous high school hockey tournament. The Wayzata Trojans clinched the big game, but we're all winners thanks to this video.
Joe Stefan to be behind the Flint Firebirds bench Thursday
OHL commissioner David Branch came down swiftly and decisively against Flint Firebirds owner Rolf Nilsen, who fired his coach and assistant coach yesterday for the second time this season.
Father of Flint Firebirds star: 'They have to take this team away from that man'
Will Bitten, the Flint Firebirds leading scorer and a prospect for the 2016 NHL draft, will not return to the Ontario League team next season if Rolf Nilsen remains in control of the team, said Bitten's father, Michael.
Toronto's rooftop rink is sticking around a little longer, being opened to the public -- for a fee
When Molson Canadian built a hockey rink atop a skyscraper in downtown Toronto, it created the considerable buzz they were going for.
Russian brawl goes from mild to wild with violent stick swinging, 790 combined penalty minutes
A small line brawl broke out in a Russian amateur league following a questionable hit and turned incredibly violent when the two teams returned to their benches. Fighting turned to stick swinging which turned to spearing as the two teams combined for 790 penalty minutes in the third period alone.
Canada has lost its perspective when it comes to World Juniors
Canada went home from the World Junior Championship without even the opportunity to play for a medal, but that doesn't necessarily mean the sky is falling in for hockey north of the 49th parallel.
Ex-junior players' guilty plea in child porn case a wake-up call for entire hockey community
Two former members of the USHL's Lincoln Stars are in jail after pleading guilty to child pornography charges related to a video they made involving a female fan. The crime and punishment should serve as a wake-up call for all players, however.
Skating on thin ice: How climate change could hurt hockey's future
Climate change is slowly killing the game played in the great outdoors. A movement is afoot to change that.
One year after tragic car crash, high school star walks on his own
Cole Borchardt was a star for Burnsville High School in Minnesota and a USHL Chicago prospect before a Jeep accident nearly took his life. More than a year later, he is finally taking his first steps by himself.
Steven Stamkos and the importance of playing other sports
The Tampa Bay Lightning captain is one of the best hockey players in the world, but in the summer he also plays baseball. Many top-flight NHLers and prospects play different sports in the off-season and it's a great way to develop.
The incredible story of Team USA's Randy Hernandez
Born to Cuban immigrants who don't speak English, the swift-skating center got into hockey on a whim and now the Miami, Florida native is part of the National Team Development Program's incoming under-17 squad.
New concussion handbook teaches kids and parents how to heal properly
The key to treating concussions in kids? Doing it very slowly. A new concussion handbook explains how to approach the healing process with youngsters.
Auston Matthews is going to Switzerland and yes, that's a big deal
The No. 1 prospect for the 2016 draft will play this season for the Zurich Lions in Switzerland's best league. For a player who could have been in the NHL this season had his birthday been a few days earlier, this represents a trailblazing path for North American phenoms.
North American flag-planting and the Sean Day cut
The Mississauga Steelheads defenseman didn't make Canada's under-18 team for the Ivan Hlinka tournament and some experts believe expectations have been too high for the internationally-raised blueliner. Did a war for his services help pave the way for his exceptional status marker in Canada?