It’s the season finale of our 27th season of the show! We look back at another banner year across the CHL and we’ll tee up next week’s Mastercard Memorial Cup with OHL Commissioner and CHL President, David Branch.
Been There, Done that: he won a Mastercard Memorial Cup in his rookie year with the London Knights. Now, he has his sights set on another title, this time with the Hamilton Bulldogs. We go one on one with World JR Gold Medalist, Robert Thomas.
Rest or Rust? The Regina Pats bowed out of the first round of the WHL playoffs. But now? They’re getting ready to host the Mastercard Memorial Cup. We go one on one with Pats head coach and GM and former NHL benchboss, John Paddock.
NHL Central Scouting has released their final rankings! We know Rasmus Dahlin is the surefire 1st overall pick, but who has the best chance to go 2nd?? We’ll discuss that and much more with the man behind the list, Dan Marr.
In the 27 year history of Junior Hockey Magazine, this was our most difficult, but profound, show to produce. This week, we look back at the players and team staff who lost their lives in the tragic accident involving the Humboldt Broncos team bus. We honour their lives & legacy, and look at the heartfelt response from the hockey community, and from all Canadians across our great country, in light of this terrible tragedy.
He’s the sixth rated Canadian forward for the NHL Draft and is already drawing comparisons to Jonathan Toews! We go one on one with Halifax Mooseheads forward Benoit-Olivier Groulx.
Family ties - his father played two seasons in the ‘Dub and starred in both of the ‘Goon’ movies! We go one on one with Moose Jaw Warriors D-man Jett Woo, the 5th rated Canadian blueliner for the NHL Draft.
Not only is he a projected top 20 pick this June, he’s been in a movie, fast tracked through high school and help runs a company! We go one on one with Niagara Ice Dogs sniper Akil Thomas, one of the most impressive kids in this year’s NHL Draft class.
His brother Michael was picked by the New Jersey Devils 12th overall in 2016. Now, he’s trying to follow in his footsteps. We go one on one with Mississauga Steelheads top prospect, Ryan McLeod.
He’s the fourth rated North American blueliner for the NHL Draft and many believe he could be one of the first 20 names called this June. We go one on one with Halifax Mooseheads D-man, Jared McIsaac.
He’s the top rated WHL player for the NHL Draft and is coming off an unbelievable SEVEN point performance last week! We go one on one with Spokane Chiefs D-man, Ty Smith.
He’s the second rated Canadian blueliner for the NHL Draft and scouts are already calling him the ‘complete package!’ We go one on one with Acadie-Bathurst Titan D-man Noah Dobson.
He’s one of the most talented blueliners available in this year’s draft class and many believe he can go in the top 15 of this June’s NHL Draft. We go one on one with Ryan Merkley of the Guelph Storm.
He’s the second rated Canadian skater heading in to the NHL Draft and he’s already drawing comparisons to Patrice Bergeron! We go one on one with Barrett Hayton of the Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds.
Plus – how would you and a friend like to join us at this year’s Mastercard Memorial Cup, for free? We have the details for you!
He’s the top rated Canadian skater heading into the NHL Draft and had four assists in last week’s CHL Top Prospects Game! We go one on one with London Knights captain Evan Bouchard. Plus, how would you and a friend like to join us at the Mastercard Memorial Cup, for free? We have the details.
He’s one of the most anticipated draft prospects in recent memory and is getting ready to represent Sweden at the Olympics, as a 17 YEAR OLD. We go one on one with projected first overall pick Rasmus Dahlin. Plus, how would you and a friend like to join us at this year’s Mastercard Memorial Cup, for free? We have the details
On this week’s show, He scored seven goals in just six games for the Czech’s at the World Junior, and now many believe he’ll be one of the first names called this June. We’ll go one on one with Halifax Mooseheads sniper Filip Zadina. Plus, how would you and a friend like to join us at this year’s Mastercard Memorial Cup, for free? We’ll tell you how!
On this week’s show, now that the World Junior is behind us, who are some of the top prospects for this June’s draft in Dallas? We’ll go one on one with the Director of NHL Central Scouting, Dan Marr. Plus, how would you and a friend like to join us at this year’s Mastercard Memorial Cup in Regina, for free??? We have the details
Mission accomplished! For the second time in four years, Canada has won gold at the World Junior Hockey Championship! So what were some of the major reasons Canada won? Who led the way at both ends of the ice? We’ll take a closer look at Canada’s journey to gold.
It’s our 2017 year in review holiday special!! We’re going to look back at the past year of JR Hockey and look ahead to 2018 with OHL Commissioner and CHL President David Branch. 2017 was another great year for hockey in our nation. So what does 2018 have to offer?! We’ll go one on one with Hockey Canada CEO Tom Renney. Plus – in this week’s edition of CHL Leaders, we’ll check in with WHL Grad Kirt Hill, who’s now a scout with the Chicago Blackhawks!