Portage la Prairie native Nick Henry's play for the Western Hockey League's Regina Pats isn't going unnoticed.
It’s going to be a busy weekend in Portage la Prairie when Hometown Hockey comes to town.
The sting from a year earlier was still very much with Les Canadiennes de Montreal on Sunday.
The official Hockey Day in Canada was held on Feb. 18. It apparently took another two weeks for this country’s NHL franchises to truly celebrate the occasion.
It's a disappointing end for the Central Plains Capitals.
Portage la Prairie native Nick Henry of the Western Hockey League's Regina Pats has been named the WHL player of the week, for the week ending Feb. 26.
Tom Renney has Plan A and Plan B and maybe even a Plan C in his Hockey Canada office and admits he has no clue whether NHL players will be participating in the Olympic Games next year in Korea.
With the Portage Islanders' mid-season swoon all but a distant memory, the team can sleep easy knowing that they'll have home ice advantage for at least the first round of the post season, as the cloudy South Eastern Manitoba Hockey League playoff picture becomes clearer with the regular season quickly winding down.
Hayley Wickenheiser sounded the buzzer on her glorious hockey career Friday after 23 years on the national team capped by four Olympic gold medals.