IIHF Announces 2018 Hall Of Fame Class


The IIHF announced the newest class of inductees to the Hall of Fame, highlighted by a quartet of international superstars – Daniel Alfredsson, Rob Blake, Jere Lehtinen and Chris Chelios, who will have their numerous achievements, both professionally and internationally, recognized in Denmark this May.
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Mikael Tellqvist Announces Retirement From Djurgårdens


Swedish goalie Mikael Tellqvist, a mainstay in goal for Tre Kronor for nearly two decades, today announced his retirement from Djurgårdens IF, capping a 20 year career with stints in Sweden, Canada, Finland, Russia, Latvia and the United States.
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Mark Streit Retires From Pro Hockey At Age 39


Mark Streit, a pioneer of Swiss hockey in North America, today announced his retirement from pro hockey after terminating a short-term contract with the Montreal Canadiens, ending an illustrious 22-year pro career as the all-time leading Swiss NHL scorer, and the first Swiss skater to win the Stanley Cup.
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Shane Doan Announces Retirement From Coyotes Organization


Arizona Coyotes forward Shane Doan, a mainstay of the organization for over 20 years since their days in Winnipeg, today announced his retirement after being released from the team, putting an end to his historic 21-year career in the league.
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Ján Lašák Announces Retirement From Bílí Tygři Liberec


Netminder Ján Lašák, a mainstay in the net for Slovakia for nearly two decades, announced his retirement from pro hockey, instead opting to help overhaul a Slovak Hockey Association heading in a new direction under the leadership of former teammate and national team GM Miroslav Šatan.
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IHLC 2016 In Review – Men’s

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The International Hockey Lineal Championship doubled up on champions in 2016, with six different nations taking hold of the IHLC over a span of 23 games, leaving an unlikely country the incumbent champion heading into 2017.
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Team Europe Advances To World Cup Final, Ends IHLC Defence

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While the notion of the Team Europe and North America squads at the 2016 World Cup Of Hockey were seen as gimmicky by many, they have served as not only a pleasant surprise to fans around the world, but as now one of the top two teams in international hockey.
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IHLC Results – Canada 5-3 Russia – Sep. 24, 2016

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World Cup Of Hockey Semifinal
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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Canada avoided a mid-game scare from a determined Russian squad, roaring back with three third-period goals to remain undefeated and advance to the World Cup Of Hockey finals with a 5-3 semifinal win, retaining the International Hockey Lineal Championship in the process.
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IHLC Results – Canada 4-2 United States – Sep. 20, 2016

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Team Canada throttled an inept-looking American squad in their World Cup group match, outmatching Team USA’s grit and physicality with finesse and speed to take the rubber match between the squads 4-2, retaining the International Hockey Lineal Championship in front of a raucous home crowd in Toronto.
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