Flames, Oilers split Alberta doubleheader to open preseason
In a pair of provincial exhibitions the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers split their squads and wins to kick of the preseason schedule in Alberta. TJ Brodie scored at home to lead the Flames to a 1-0 win while Justin Schultz had a goal and an assist to lead the Oilers to a 3-1 decision on their home ice. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Time to Shine
Korbinian Holzer, Henrik Tallinder, Petter Granberg and a handful of long-shots are all jostling for one of the final spot(s) on the Maple Leafs defence. One job, perhaps two, figure to be up for grabs, likely to be decided in the coming days by that group, which includes a vet in the twilight, a youngster on the rise and Holzer, who spent all of last season with the Marlies in the American Hockey League. Full Story.
Andre Burakovsky scored in the first period, and Braden Holtby and Pheonix Copley combined for a shutout in the Washington Capitals' 1-0 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday night in the exhibition opener for both teams. Washington coach Barry Trotz won in his first game with the team. Full Story.
NHL: Over the weekend, I joined about 70 hockey fans and stat heads packed into a conference room to take part in the Alberta Analytics Conference, an opportunity to share ideas about the emerging wave of hockey analytics. More...
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Preseason games begin
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Opening Night of 2014-15 regular season
- Nov. 10:
Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Night
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2015 World Junior Championship in Montreal/Toronto
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Last day of regular season
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Stanley Cup Playoffs begin
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