The series opener features a day with the Red Deer Rebels as CHL cameras follow players on a game day from 8am right up to post-game interviews. The Red Deer Rebels are a team on the rise and will host the 2016 MasterCard Memorial Cup. Also, Jacob DeSerres is a two-time MasterCard Memorial Cup participant in goal and is now using his CHL scholarship money to tend the twine with one of the top CIS
The North Bay Battalion have been one of the strongest teams in the OHL for the past couple seasons. Our cameras go in to Stan Butler’s locker room and visit with top NHL prospect Nick Paul, Vancouver Canucks prospect Mile Liberati and a pair of young forwards hoping to help the Battalion to the league’s title. We talk with CHL grads Jonathan Huberdeau, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, and Sean Couturier
This week CHL cameras are in Oshawa with the top ranked team in the CHL, the Oshawa Generals. We hang out with Tobias Lindberg, Mitchell Vande Sompel, Montreal Canadiens prospect Michael McCarrron and New York Islanders first round pick Michael Dal Colle. Our cameras will show you why the Generals are one of the deepest and most talented teams in the CHL. Later, Jocelyn Thibault had an amazing
On ‘This is the CHL’ our cameras head to Medicine Hat, Alberta, home of the Medicine Hat Tigers. This is a team whose history is deep in championships, and a team that is the heartbeat of the community. Later, we hang out with Garret Rank, a former OHL official who has made his way up to the NHL, but what makes him different than any other official to work in the CHL is that he’s also one
Sportnet Central highlight package of the 2015 OHL Cup Championship Game hosted by the GTHL. Toronto Malrboros vs Don Mills Flyers from Mattamy Athletic Centre at Maple Leaf Gardens. March 23, 2015.
TSN's Brent Wallace, and Craig Button talk about about Joseph Veleno during his camp at the Team Canada World Junior Showcase in Calgary.
Check out part 2 of That's Hockey's look at Joseph Veleno and a quick look at the other 4 Exceptional Status Players from the CHL in the last minute segment.
When the Blainville-Broisbriand Armada came in to the QMJHL a few years ago nobody expected big things right away. But three years in the playoffs and another top ten finish in the CHL rankings has the Armada back in the thick of the race for the President’s Trophy. Led by former NHLer, Joel Bouchard, and pieced together with a Latvian power forward and a few other talented prospects, the Arma
Japanese hockey phenom Aito Iguchi moved to Canada in order to better his skills with stick-handling specialist Pavel Barber. During his time in Vancouver, Aito has to prove that a Japanese player can skate with the competitive Canadians.
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