TORONTO, Ont. - Hockey Canada and the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) announced on Monday that 39 of Canada's top junior-aged hockey players (born in 1991 or later) have been invited to take part in Canada's National Junior Team selection camp, December 12-15, 2010 at the MasterCard Centre in Toronto, Ont.Of the 39 players invited, three are returning players - Jared Cowen (Allan, Sask./Spokane, WHL)
GDI Prairie goaltenders lead the Manitoba Midget AAA goaltender statistics, all in the top 5, within the first 2 months of the season.Key match-ups for the month of December:Dec 1st - Wild vs Selects - Beausejour - 8:00Dec 17th - Wild vs Thrashers - Gateway - 7:30Dec 18th - Cougars vs Selects - Beausejour - 8:00Dec 19th - Cougars vs Thrashers - Gateway - 1:00For the Canadian Midget AAA rankings cl
Goaltender of the MJHL's Portage Terriors - Jason Kasdorf, has been noticed by the NHL as they have him credited on the Central Scouting List for players to watch this season. The list is comprised of leagues around North America.Kasdorf was born in 1992 and stands a staggering 6' 4 in net. Using his size to his advantage, he also exemplifies power to his movements and a stable controlled response
Four members of the MJHL have been named to Team West, which will play in the CJHL Prospects Games next month in Dauphin.Jason Kasdorf (Portage Terriers) will be in net, while TJ Constant (OCN), Mitch Van Teeling (Dauphin) and Shane Gingera (Winnipeg Saints) have been named as forwards for the prestigious event.Last year two MJHLers - Brendan O'Donnell and Peter Stoykewich - participated in the Pr
The Steinbach Pistons held onto their 3-2 lead this past Sunday night as Addison Herosian stood tall stopping 25 of 27 shots.Herosian sits at the top of the MJHL under minutes played, calculating an ironman total of 1,410, while maintaining a Save Percentage of .901.For more scores from this past weekend visit here.
In the 2009-2010 Season, the Manitoba Midget AAA League had Riley Feser, of the Brandon Wheat Kings, lead the league with a total of 5 shutouts by the seasons end.This year, Spencer Tremblay has equaled that total already, within 12 games. Tremblay recorded shutouts against the Yellowhead Chiefs (October 1st, 24th), Brandon Wheat Kings (October 13th, November 21st), Central Plains Capitals (Octobe
GDI Prairies would like to congratulate the following goaltenders for making their respected teams for this years POE tournaments.U-16 Team ManitobaAlex MoodieJustin PaulicU-17 Team WestAndy DesautelsChris DriedgerFor full details on both teams click here.
THERE’S NO SUCH THING AS LOSING, ONLY LEARNINGWith the regular season just underway, players from all levels, from the NHL right down to children who are six years old, are starting their regular seasons. Coaches, parents and media will all be evaluating the performance of these respective teams. Teams will be put under the microscope and many goaltenders will be shouldering the blame for thei