What began as a class assignment has landed London, Ont., teen Tyrell Campbell a spot on Hockey Canada’s Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Group and caught the eye of National Hockey League officials.

Published in Canada
February 11, 2022

Coach knew what mattered

Few great men know when to step away from something they love. Few fathers understand when it’s time to change teams and focus on family.

Published in Canada

It’s been quite an extraordinary couple weeks for 16-year-old goaltender Taya Currie.

Published in Canada

The Hockey Canada Skills Academy (HCSA) hopes to be part of the new normal at two schools in southern Saskatchewan when the next school year resumes.

Published in Canada

Eric Ciccolini seems adjusted to the reality of life as a student athlete in the midst of a pandemic.

Published in Canada

Grade 9 to 12 students enrolled in the Hockey Canada Skills Academy (HCSA) at Sudbury, Ont.’s St. Charles College enjoyed multiple years in the orbit of an eventual history-making NHL draft pick.

Published in Canada

A long-time fan of the Edmonton Oilers, I hold in my heart the glory days of the 1980s when my team won five Stanley Cups in seven years. It was an exciting time for both me and the city. Although I lived most of those years in Winnipeg, I remained a dedicated member of the Oilers’ diaspora.

Published in Glen Argan

The Flying Fathers’ goal of playing and praying for a better world is getting a much-needed boost from the Knights of Columbus.

Published in Canada

As great a hockey player as Leonard ‘Red’ Kelly was — and he was one of the best, with eight Stanley Cup titles over an illustrious 20-year National Hockey League career while being named a six-time first team all-star and the first ever recipient of the Norris Trophy as the league’s top defenceman — he will perhaps best be remembered for being a humble, devoted family man and a true gentleman.

Published in Canada

It’s been a year since a nation was united in grief, waking up early one spring Saturday morning to the news that a team of young men pursuing their hockey dreams was torn apart in a horrific crash that would claim 16 members of the Humboldt Broncos’ family and leave 13 others with various physical and emotional scars they will carry a lifetime.

Published in Canada

Forgiveness is one of the highest human capacities, something which might help explain why it is so difficult to forgive.

Published in Register Columnists

There were tears, there was pain and there was forgiveness as 30-year-old truck driver Jaskirat Singh Sidhu faced the families of the people killed and maimed in the Humboldt Broncos’ bus crash.

Published in Canada

Of the thousands of words spoken last month inside a Saskatchewan courtroom, none were more profound than this simple declaration: I forgive you.

Published in Editorial

VANCOUVER – He isn’t a famous hockey player, but when Clayton Imoo puts on a jersey and attends a Canucks game, he is always stopped by a few fans.

Published in Canada

Bruce Lamer has carved a career out of the sport he loves, and he says he owes much of it to the Knights of Columbus. 

Published in Youth Speak News
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