Jared McIsaac

Jared McIsaac has a definite promising future, after being selected for Team Canada this past World Junior team.  Although the team itself didn't perform as Canada would have liked, he did register a point in 4 games.  Most of the nation has gotten over the loss and now Jared is trying his best to help... Continue Reading →

Arnaud Durandeau

Halifax Mooseheads are lucky to have a player like Arnaud Durandeau, as he's about to set himself in a career year in goals, assists and points.  About a third of the way through the season, he's ranked fourth on the team in scoring and is seven goals way from his career high.  This should turn... Continue Reading →

Alexis Gravel

I've said it many times but I'll say it again, I really like the fact that hockey players are so fan friendly.  Today's post is about Alexis Gravel, currently playing for the Halifax Mooseheads.  He had a pretty successful rookie season, splitting duties with Blade Mann-Dixon, who was nearing the end of his junior career. ... Continue Reading →

Nathan MacKinnon

An incredible 9 days return from potentially the next Sidney Crosby! Nathan MacKinnon is posted to have the talent and all the characteristics that Sidney Crosby has.  I personally haven't seen Nathan play, but TSN, among other media outlets, have hailed him to go 1st overall in the 2013 entry draft.  I'm super happy to... Continue Reading →

Luca Ciampini

Luca Ciampini is a 2012 entry draft pick.  He has been touted early on in his career, but has yet to put up impressive numbers thus far.  Last year, in 39 games, he tallyed 19 points and a -3 plus/minus rating.  I hope this year he'll have a great year and put himself in a... Continue Reading →

Martin Frk

Martin Frk of the Halifax Mooseheads, where he was drafted by the said team, #3 overall in the CHL import draft.  Martin has some notable career highlights, which include being the most penalized player in 2009 and 2010 in the Czech U20 and WJC.  I'd be weary of letting this guy get so many penalties... Continue Reading →

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