Canada Gets to Host and Play at a World Cup in 2026

Canada Gets to Host and Play at a World Cup in 2026

  The news was perhaps not unexpected, but it was certainly met with joy when it was announced that Canada, USA and Mexico would be hosting the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Montreal, Toronto and Edmonton look to be the three host cities in Canada, so there should be an opportunity to catch a big game […]

215,000 Molson Coors NHL Beer Glass RECALL 123117

215,000 Molson Coors NHL Beer Glass RECALL  123117

Molson Coors Canada recalls Limited Edition NHL Beer Glass Starting date: December 29, 2017 Posting date: December 29, 2017 Type of communication: Consumer Product Recall Subcategory: Household Items Source of recall: Health Canada Issue: Laceration Hazard Audience: General Public Identification number: RA-65524 Affected products Limited Edition NHL 20 oz (568 ml) Beer Glass Product description […]

What’s Wrong with the Ottawa Senators & Why They’ll Trade Erik Karlsson by Jamie Gilcig 121417

What’s Wrong with the Ottawa Senators & Why They’ll Trade Erik Karlsson by Jamie Gilcig 121417

Cornwall Ontario – I love Erik Karlsson.   He’s been a strong leader for the Ottawa Sens who helped lead them right up to the gate of a Stanley Cup championship last season before undergoing major ankle surgery. Karlsson is always a Norris trophy threat and All World player.  He’s taken critics to heart and developed […]

Which Canadian NHL Team Will Have the Most Wins in 2017/18 by Jamie Gilcig 100417

Which Canadian NHL Team Will Have the Most Wins in 2017/18 by Jamie Gilcig 100417

Cornwall Ontario – First day of the NHL season and hope is eternal for all 31 clubs. Capwise here are how the teams rank from top to bottom: Toronto Vancouver Calgary Ottawa Winnipeg Montreal Edmonton Which just goes to show you that cash doesn’t fix all ills in the cap age. And here are my […]

Leafs & Sens Win – Nashville 2-0 vs Chicago GAME 2 Thoughts by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 16, 2017

Leafs & Sens Win – Nashville 2-0 vs Chicago  GAME 2 Thoughts by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 16, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – The Habs evened their series Friday night.   This year there seems to be more desperation across the board to win with multiple games of 100 total hits.  It’s good hockey; sometimes great.  Shea Weber, even though he took a lame fighting penalty, was the monster for Montreal.  Just the beating alone […]

Rough Start for Canadian Teams in NHL Play Offs by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 14, 2017

Rough Start for Canadian Teams in NHL Play Offs by Jamie Gilcig APRIL 14, 2017

Cornwall Ontario –  It was great to see five Canadian teams make the playoffs this season after Canada was blanked last year. Sadly all five lost their opening games; some tragically, some, well hockey is a game of funny bounces and for the Leafs Friday night the puck didn’t bounce their way. The upstart Leafs […]

Bad Asset Management Leads to Habs Fall From Grace in 2015/16 by Jamie Gilcig FEB 17, 2016

Bad Asset Management Leads to Habs Fall From Grace in 2015/16 by Jamie Gilcig FEB 17, 2016

Going into this season Habs GM Marc Bergevin made very few impact changes.   Washington for example, clearly saw a need for some secondary scoring support and nabbed TJ Oshie, and Justin Williams. Montreal saw some lottery tickets.    Alex Semin, Zach Kassian, and Tomas Fleischman.     While “Flash” had a good start, as […]

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