2013 Year in Review (This Year’s Top Canadian Stories)

Canadian sports have been nailed down to one season and one sport and has been this way for years. The Canadians have never been considered a summer sport nation and have seen hockey as the true Canadian sport. This has been the case for decades with Canadians taking ownership of hockey and winter sports as their own and using it as a sense of pride.

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2013 NHL Playoff Preview

The NHL has made it through their strange season this year in a year that started with a lockout and finished with a 48 game season. The Playoffs are now here though and the regular season is behind the teams as the march to the Stanley Cup begins. The strange part of the year won’t stop at the regular season though as teams fight to be the champion of a shortened season.

NHL Week in Review (April 21-27)

The NHL is ready for one of the best parts of the season as they move towards the NHL playoffs and the Stanley Cup. With the season coming to a close it is time to take a look back at the season that was in the league. The season would start off in a very strange way as the NHL and NHLPA would be locked in yet another CBA negotiation. They would lose a large part of the season as the two sides would continue to fight over the slice of pie each side would get of NHL revenue.

NHL Week in Review (April 14-20)

The tragedy in Boston was felt all over the sports world and everything stood still on the day of the attacks and of the manhunt. In fact the Boston Bruins days were completely ended as two games were cancelled for the Bruins. It would be a necessary precaution for the fans of the event as safety was at the top of mind in making those decisions.

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