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Tim Bozon Suits Up For The Habs As They Take On The Colorado Avalanche In Quebec City.

Preseason debut extra special for Canadiens' Bozon Friday, 09.26.2014 / 2:02 PM By Arpon Basu - Managing Editor / NHL Training Camps blog   BROSSARD, Quebec -- Playing your first NHL preseason game is a special milestone for any hockey player. It will be extra special for Tim Bozon. Bozon will be in the Montreal Canadiens lineup …

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Backwards: Bertuzzi Blackballed While Thornton Makes Millions

Backwards: Bertuzzi Blackballed While Thornton Makes Millions September 25, 2014 | by Matthew Schultz· Filed under: Detroit Red Wings, Free Agents   Share on FacebookTweet Todd Bertuzzi can’t seem to find a job these days, and it isn’t just because he is coming off the worst full season of his career at age 39. Late this past …

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Philadelphia Flyers quietly do away with female ice cleaners replacing them with men. Apparently woman can’t do the job unless they’re scantily-clad.

  VIDEO: Flyers fans really don't like their new all-male ice crew By Chris Peters | Hockey Writer September 23, 2014 11:45 am ET     The Flyers quietly did away with their ice girls in the offseason. (USATSI)    If you didn't know, the Philadelphia Flyers quietly did away with their scantily-clad ice girls crew to clean …

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Cheerleaders generate over $1 million per season per NFL team, yet they don’t even make minimum wage. Looks like it’s time for a new project.

Cheerleaders generate over $1 million per season per NFL team, yet they don't even make minimum wage CBC Radio The Current with Anna Marie Tremonti   Friday, September 19, 2014 | Categories: Episodes 0 The NFL mascots make around $65,000 a season, a cheerleader is lucky to make over $3000 a season. …

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WHL busy making changes to their rule book but insist on avoiding major issues regarding players’ rights.

      TED CLARKE PRINCE GEORGE CITIZEN SEPTEMBER 19TH 2014   When the Prince George Cougars step out onto the ice to play the Winterhawks tonight at 7 in Portland, they'll have a few new rules to get used to. Following the NHL's lead, the WHL has tweaked its …

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OHL following Terry Trafford tragedy, starting a mental health program. Inadequate insurance coverage still a big problem.

  OHL, following Terry Trafford tragedy, starting a mental health program — report   By Neate SagerSeptember 19, 2014 4:52 PMBuzzing The Net . Trafford, 20, died in March 2014 (Terry Wilson, OHL Images) A few seasons back, the OHL went on a P.R. offensive to make the point to players …

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Teemu Selanne: ‘If we had any other coach, I’d still play’

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 …

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The Dark Side Of Hockey: What People Never Think Of.

Click Here >>> To See The Original Article Written By: Ashley March The dark side of Hockey: what people never think of   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 …

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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 …

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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 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, …

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