CHL announces new broadcast partnership with TSN

The Canadian Hockey League announced today new multi-platform, multi-year broadcast rights partnerships that will make TSN, RDS, and CBC the home of the CHL.

Cameron named 67's and WJC coach; Canada's WJC summer roster named

Former Ottawa Senators head coach Dave Cameron has been hired as head coach of the OHL's Ottawa 67s and will be named head coach for Team Canada for the World Junior Championship.

Othmann on strong U18 Worlds performance, chemistry with Wright

Brennan Othmann boosted his draft stock with a strong performance at the IIHF U18 World Championship where he scored three goals, including a beauty snipe in the gold-medal game. The Flint forward played alongside good friend Shane Wright, who set him up for a between-the-legs goal in the semifinals. Othmann reflected on his experience at the tournament and his chemistry with Wright during an interview with TSN.

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Kirby Dach says feisty brother Colton has a little 'Tkachuk blood'

Kirby Dach says feisty brother Colton has a little 'Tkachuk blood'

Blackhawks centre Kirby Dach says draft-eligible brother Colton, a forward with the Saskatoon Blades, is a physical player with some "Tkachuk blood" in him. During a conversation with TSN, the siblings spoke about the possibility of playing together in Chicago or against each other in the NHL one day.

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Bob McKenzie's 2021 Final Draft Ranking Show

Bob McKenzie's 2021 Final Draft Ranking Show

Who are the risers? Who are the fallers? With Owen Power staying strong at the top of the list and a wide open field after him, TSN's Bob McKenzie brings you his final rankings for the 2021 NHL entry draft, featuring in depth analysis from McKenzie and TSN's director of scouting Craig Button and more.

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Predators prospect Prokop comes out as gay

Predators prospect Prokop comes out as gay

Nashville Predators prospect Luke Prokop has publicly come out as gay. The third-round pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft sits down with Pierre LeBrun to explain why he’s chosen to come out now as a means to truly be himself.

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'Extremely confident' Cossa believes he's the best goalie in the draft

'Extremely confident' Cossa believes he's the best goalie in the draft

After posting a 17-1-1 record with the Edmonton Oil Kings, Sebastian Cossa believes he’s established himself as the best goalie in the 2021 NHL draft. "I'm just extremely confident," Cossa said. "I'm confident in my game, confident in my skills ... I love the pressure, honestly, being the last line of defence. Being either the hero or the villain, I like the stress of that and I like the pressure of that."

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Growing up a Habs fan inspired 'starstruck' L'Heureux on road to draft

Growing up a Habs fan inspired 'starstruck' L'Heureux on road to draft

Halifax Mooseheads left winger Zachary L'Heureux grew up in the Montreal area and, of course, cheered on the Canadiens. "I got the opportunity to go to the Bell Centre a couple times and it’s definitely something special," he said. Has L'Heureux considered the possibility that the Habs could pick him next week? "It’s not something I have my mind too much on, but it’s definitely a thought. Who knows, on draft day anything could happen."

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Feisty prospect L'Heureux aims to emulate Tkachuk, Marchand

Feisty prospect L'Heureux aims to emulate Tkachuk, Marchand

Zachary L'Heureux, projected to be a first round pick in next week’s NHL draft, models his game after Matthew Tkachuk and Brad Marchand. "I'm a strong power forward," the Halifax Mooseheads forward said. "I'm extremely competitive." But after being suspended four times last season, the 18-year-old admits he needs to do a better job of staying disciplined.

Currie becomes first female drafted in OHL

Currie becomes first female drafted in OHL

Goaltender Taya Currie made history on Saturday by becoming the first female ever chosen in the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection draft. The 16-year-old from Parkhill, Ont., was selected in the 14th round, 267th overall, by the Sarnia Sting.

QMJHL Roundup: Foreurs take Game 2 over Tigres, President Cup final tied 1-1

Maxim Cajkovic scored twice and added an assist as the Val-d'Or Foreurs downed the Victoriaville Tigres 4-1 in Game 2 of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League final Saturday in front of 1,816 fans in attendance.

QMJHL: Tigres take Game 1 against Foreurs for President Cup

Vincent Sevigny broke a 1-1 tie at 18:07 of the third period, and the Victoriaville Tigres beat the Val-d'Or Foreurs 3-2 on Thursday to take Game 1 of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League final.

QMJHL to retire Guy Lafleur's No. 4

QMJHL to retire Guy Lafleur's No. 4

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League announced Tuesday that Guy Lafleur‘s No. 4 will be retired across the league for the start of the 2021-22 season.

QMJHL Roundup: Henman, Armada beat Tigres to force decisive Game 5

QMJHL Roundup: Henman, Armada beat Tigres to force decisive Game 5

The week keeps getting better for forward Luke Henman. Henman — a 21-year-old centre who became the first player ever signed by the Seattle Kraken on Wednesday when he inked a three-year entry-level contract with the expansion NHL club — scored the winner on Thursday as the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada edged the Victoriaville Tigres 3-2 in Game 4 of their second-round playoff series.

WHL: Kamloops Blazers blank Prince George Cougars for sixth straight win

Dylan Garand stopped all 28 shots his way as the Kamloops Blazers blanked the Prince George Cougars 4-0 on Wednesday — the final night of the Western Hockey League season.

WHL: Sourdif leads Vancouver Giants over Victoria Royals

Justin Sourdif had a goal and two assists and Tristen Nielsen tacked on four helpers as the Vancouver Giants downed the Victoria Royals 6-1 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League play.

QMJHL: Armada take Game 4, advance to second round

Yaroslav Likhachev had a goal and an assist on the power play, and the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada held on to beat the Gatineau Olympiques 4-3 on Monday to win Game 4 and advance to the second round of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoffs.

QMJHL: Armada take Game 4, advance to second round