2016 Sport Addiction Canadian Year in Review

Canada is heading into its 150th year and just before the sports landscape in the country as Canadian sports took on a bigger role on the international scene.

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2016-17 NHL Preview: 5 Stories to Watch

The NHL season is about to begin and throughout the season there will be plenty to watch for as the league continues to grow and look to the future with a new season approaching.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Report (Final Review)

The Canadians took the title but they might have been the only team that met their expectations in the World Cup of Hockey after most teams exceeded or fell short of their expectations in an interesting tournament.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Report (Semi-Finals)

The Finals are set and to the surprise of everyone Europe is still around giving the NHL plenty to think about as they look into the next version of the World Cup of Hockey.

2016 World Cup of Hockey: Playoff Preview

The World Cup of Hockey is a step closer to crowning a champion as the best players in the world compete in the playoffs to determine the best team in international hockey.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Report (Day 6)

The World Cup of Hockey is through the first stage and overall it has been a success but the real questions come with what the future holds for the NHL, NHLPA, and the 2020 World Cup.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Report (Day 5)

The Canadians have had eyes on them all tournament and the expectations are win and nothing else but like usual they have been able to handle it and come through so far.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Report (Day 4)

Day 4 in the World Cup of Hockey was one of rivalries and one that made the playoff picture much more clear especially for teams who disappointed.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Report (Day 3)

To ensure a tournament that was quick and had no boring games the teams are limited and so far the strategy is working out as the games get more intense with playoff implications already on the line.

2016 World Cup of Hockey Report (Day 2)

in Day 2 another team made a statement but for Team North America that statement had a lot more to do with the state of the NHL than the World Cup of Hockey.

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