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Loyal Teammates And Bitter Rivals Deal With Role Reversals Competing At World Junior Championships
U.S. defenseman Jamie McBain does battle with University of Wisconsin teammate Kyle Turris (Canada), as Bill Sweatt lends support. It’s little more than a patch stitched to a hockey...
Wednesday, July 29, 2009 - 15:41
University of Denver
World Junior Championships
The road to the top is seldom lined with lengthy pit stops. For most players, home is wherever they set their hockey bags. Richard Bachman may be the exception to the old saying that you can’t...
Friday, July 17, 2009 - 11:43
Next American Star
Former Hockey Star Finds Local Support Still Strong At U.S. Senior Open
It would be a miracle shot even for Tiger Woods. But for an amateur golfer who barely qualified for a spot at the 2008 U.S. Senior Open, it would be one in a million. The crowd lining the 17th...
Friday, July 17, 2009 - 10:49
U.S. Olympic Team
Robbing The Cradle
What’s Behind Early College Commitments?
Paul Thompson, University of New Hampshire - The freshman from Derry, N.H., played 35 games with the Wildcats last season. Prior to joining UNH, he played for the New Hampshire Monarchs of the...
Friday, July 17, 2009 - 10:29
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2016 World Juniors: Finnish Flashback
2016 World Juniors: Back In The Saddle
Back To The Woods
Coming Out Party
Kraft Hockeyville: Hoopla In Hockeyville
Kraft Hockeyville: Penn Power
Kraft Hockeyville: Face-Lift
Kraft Hockeyville: Food for Thought
Kraft Hockeyville: Passionate Hockey In Johnstown, Pa.
First Liners: Long And Winding Road Led Darling Back Home
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