Joyful crowd returns to Canadian Tire Centre for Sens’ home opener against Leafs — and Brady brings bonus
Hockey fans returned to the Canadian Tire Centre on Thursday evening for the first time since COVID-19 lockdowns shuttered the building, as the Ottawa Senators played their home opener versus the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Chasing the Cup: Despite the Canadiens’ loss, the journey was a beautiful ride
Despite losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Montreal Canadiens magical run was a happy moment in a difficult year.
COVID consequences: The new normal for amateur team sports
The new normal for sports seems bleak. Amateur leagues have suffered cancellation or experienced major change. [Photo @ John Balser]
Minor hockey leagues back on the ice in Ottawa – with restrictions
Ottawa minor hockey leagues such as the West End Hockey League are starting their season amongst growing COVID-19 regulations.
As COVID-19 spreads in baseball, it seems clear hockey, basketball ‘bubbles’ best way to get pro sports back
The NHL’s two hub cities have created secure “bubbles” where players and staff are isolating, and it seems the safest option.
Temporary ban on in-person varsity sports recruiting across Canada may be extended soon
USports, the body that oversees varsity sport in Canadian universities is expected to extend its ban on in-person recruitment.
Rising star forward Jack Quinn excels for hometown 67’s
Cobden-native Jack Quinn is putting up historic numbers for the Ottawa 67’s as he prepares for this summer’s NHL draft.
Diversity in hockey starts with youth and has a long way to go
In light of recent news, the state of hockey culture in Canada has been brought into the spotlight. Youth leagues are grappling with the question: is hockey really for everyone?