Henry Mews Is the Ottawa 67’s Perfect Fit

Cover photo credit: Photo by Jon Halpenny / Ottawa 67's The Ottawa 67's made a couple of additions to their blueline at the 2022 OHL Priority Selection, particularly in the first round, when they selected Henry Mews with the seventh overall pick. This pick bucked their trend of drafting forwards in the opening round, having… Continue reading Henry Mews Is the Ottawa 67’s Perfect Fit

Canadian Sports Rivalries – Ottawa Vs Toronto  

April 16th, 2022. The NHL's regular season is reaching its conclusion, and before the Toronto Maple Leafs can begin their postseason, they have to come up against their provincial rivals, the Ottawa Senators. While these two have only been playing against each other for thirty years, Ottawa - the nation's capital, and Toronto - Canada’s… Continue reading Canadian Sports Rivalries – Ottawa Vs Toronto  

Gold Rush: The Story of the Dawson City Nuggets

They say that Canada is hockey. It’s the nation's most popular sport and has been played by generations of Canadians all across the country. Perhaps no better story encapsulates Canada’s love of the game than the 1905 Stanley Cup challenge series, between the nation's capital, and a small northwestern City in the Yukon Territory. This… Continue reading Gold Rush: The Story of the Dawson City Nuggets

Canadian Sports Rivalries – Montreal Canadiens Vs Boston Bruins

It’s March 21st, 2022 at TD Garden, Boston Massachusetts and the latest chapter in one of North America’s most iconic and historic rivalries is about to begin, the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins. For almost a century, the Canadiens and Bruins have battled each other on the ice providing some of the most famous… Continue reading Canadian Sports Rivalries – Montreal Canadiens Vs Boston Bruins

NHL Power Rankings – Canadian Teams 60 Games In   

It has only been three weeks since the last power rankings article, the games are coming thick and fast! With the trade deadline looming, we are well and truly in the business end of the regular season, and there is plenty at stake for Canada’s seven NHL teams. Heading into the last twenty-two games, let's… Continue reading NHL Power Rankings – Canadian Teams 60 Games In   

OHL’s Eastern Conference Getting More Competitive

Typically after the Trade Deadline, the Eastern Conference separates into a few different categories. You have the teams who are completely untouchable and you know will be playing in the third round at the very least. Then you have the teams who could get hot and go on a run, and then you have the… Continue reading OHL’s Eastern Conference Getting More Competitive

NHL Power Rankings – Canadian Teams 50 Games In  

The Olympics have come and gone, fans are returning to the arenas, and before you know it, the playoffs will be just around the corner! With many Canadian teams having caught up from their COVID-19 induced backlogs, the playoff picture is starting to become more clear, and as we approach the final thirty-something games of… Continue reading NHL Power Rankings – Canadian Teams 50 Games In  

Frontenacs Trounce 67’s For Second Time In 4 Days

The Kingston Frontenacs continued to treat the Ottawa 67's like their own personal punching bag on Monday afternoon, much like the 67's did to them for two seasons before the pandemic. To the tune of a 7-1 loss, the 67's were crushed and had one of their less inspiring performances since coming back from the… Continue reading Frontenacs Trounce 67’s For Second Time In 4 Days

Frontenacs Need Few Chances to Beat 67’s

After a couple of weeks without seeing each other, the Ottawa 67's and Kingston Frontenacs met once again on Friday night at the Leon's Centre in Kingston. It was the seventh time the two have met, and with five more matchups coming up between the two, you can imagine that things are beginning to get… Continue reading Frontenacs Need Few Chances to Beat 67’s

67’s a Step Slow in Loss to Petes

It was not a fun night to be a 67's fan. They were locked in another tight battle with the Peterborough Petes where space came at a premium, but they weren't up to snuff on the night. The Petes were simply the better of the two teams and earned a well-deserved 4-1 win as they… Continue reading 67’s a Step Slow in Loss to Petes