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NHL Teemu Selanne: 'If we had any other coach, I'd still play' Justin Cuthbert @jccuthbert 10:00 AM Teemu Selanne's decision to walk away after 23 NHL seasons wasn't made strictly of his own volition. It was also made out of distaste for Bruce Boudreau. “If we had any other coach, I’d still …Read more
Click Here >>> To See The Original Article Written By: Ashley March The dark side of Hockey: what people never think of http://marchhockey.com/2014/09/16/the-dark-side-of-hockey-what-people-never-think-of/comment-page-1/#comment-1943 I don’t know why I decided to take on this topic. I’ve spent the better part of a couple weeks thinking about it. Maybe it’s because …Read more
Human Rights Complaint Filed Against Hockey Canada Gets Settled In Ontario. What About The Rest Of Canada?
Transgender rights activists celebrate Hockey Canada settlement Under settlement, Ontario minor hockey players can choose dressing room based on whether they see themselves as male or female The Canadian Press September 15, 2014 TORONTO – Minor hockey players in Ontario are now able to choose a dressing room based …Read more
WHL Commissioner Ron Robison issued a statement defending the league structure although he could still face civil and criminal penalties.
State probing WHL for possible child labor violations See King 5 News Seattle video http://www.king5.com/story/news/local/2014/09/11/hockey-whl-kent-child-labor/15478227/ KENT - State regulators acknowledged Thursday that they are investigating four Western Hockey League franchises for possible violations of child labor laws. Matt Erlich, a spokesman for the Washington Department of Labor and Industries, …Read more
State of Washington confirms WHL labour investigation, Oregon "monitoring" the situation By Scott Sepich | Buzzing The Net – 2 hours 56 minutes ago State of Washington confirms WHL labour investigation, Oregon "monitoring" the situation A TSN story published on Wednesday revealed that the labour department in U.S. state of Washington is currently investigating the state’s four …Read more
Trafford case remains a cloud over OHL Guelph Mercury By Editorial As the Ontario Hockey League approaches the start of another season, there are no shortages of compelling storylines to consider. The league was extremely well-represented among the picks in the opening round of the NHL entry draft and many of …Read more
QMJHL Gets Busy Banning Spin-O-Rama From Shootouts But Still Too Busy To Look At Education Restrictions
QMJHL bans spin-o-rama from shootouts, ending debate of the legality of the move in latest rule changes By Mike Sanderson | Buzzing The Net – 5 hours ago The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League has said no to spin-o-ramas, putting the halt to the controversial move in a penalty shot or shootout situation. Now, during a ‘Penalty …Read more
BY JAMIE McKinven - When in Doubt Glass and Out - http://glassandout.com The Time is Right for a Major Junior Hockey Players Union Two years ago when the notion of unionizing major junior hockey in North America was introduced, the majority of the public shook their heads and laughed. Public …Read more
Rick Westhead TSN: Government officials in Washington state, home to four Western Hockey League teams, have been investigating the working conditions of the teams' mostly-teenaged players over the past year, TSN has learned. Matthew Erlich, a spokesman for Washington's Department of Labor and Industry, told TSN that officials recently referred …Read more
Duke ready to contribute — no ill will after holdout Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald email@example.com Reid Duke has returned to the Lethbridge Hurricanes. The sixth-round pick of the Minnesota Wild and fifth overall bantam draft pick in 2011 did not report to the team’s training camp on Aug. 21 and …Read more