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The latest feed from your friends, news, coaching, games, events & more..

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Manage finances, lines, attendance, share news, stats, awards & more..

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What's here?

Hockey social network
Share your news, photos and videos with friends and team-mates
Hockey circles
Get advice, news, discussions, coaching tips and much more
Hockey team management
Sign in & out of games, chat, view lines, assignments and share videos
Hockey buy and hockey sell
Buy & Sell all of your old gear - find great deals
Hockey news
The hottest news in the world of hockey - as soon as it happens
Hockey game analysis
Game Analysis
Improve your game - whatever your level - with accredited pros
Hockey game in my area
Looking for a nearby hockey rink? A retailer, or a new team, players or an open game in your area?
Ice hockey player promotion
Get tips from our circles or use our Pro-Circles to get one-on-one coaching advice
HockeyCircles is an innovative platform designed to connect players with the right people at the right time for success, both on and off the ice. Whether you want the latest news, connect with NHL professionals like myself for tips and advice, keep track of your stats or your team, or participate in one of our discussion and advice circles, I think you'll be impressed!

Jack McIlhargey

HockeyCircles Director
Scout for Philadelphia Flyers and Vancouver Canucks Alumni

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Pics Circle
22 minutes ago
John Zimmerman was the first photographer to put a remote controlled camera in the net
Nostalgia Circle
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13 hours ago

December 2, 1909 in Sport

December 2, 1909 in sport. Browse sporting events, sports stars birthdays and deaths in sport from Dec 2, 1909 or search by date, day or keyword.
News Circle
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20 hours ago

Former 'Miracle on Ice' hockey player charged in attack | CBC Sports

Mark Pavelich, a forward on the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" U.S. Olympic hockey team who went on to play for the New York Rangers and two other NHL teams, has been charged with assault for allegedly beating a neighbour with a metal pole and breaking several of the man's bones.
News Circle
2 days ago

'Cautiously optimistic' NHL CBA talks could result in 2021 World Cup

Deputy commissioner Bill Daly says he’s “cautiously optimistic” about the direction of collective bargaining talks with the NHL Players’ Association.
2 days ago

Swedish hockey players boycott training, tournament over pay

The top female hockey players in Sweden refused to attend training camp Thursday or play in an upcoming international tournament in Finland, the latest such move by a women's national team to get better compensation.
News Circle
2 days ago

Canucks extend GM Jim Benning's contract beyond 2019-20 season

The Vancouver Canucks have extended GM Jim Benning's contract beyond the 2019-20 season, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman is reporting.
Nostalgia Circle
Chad Sherman @chad shared a link
5 days ago

Hockey heroes starred in two world wars

Legendary hockey reporter and analyst Stan Fischler will write a weekly scrapbook for NHL.com this season. Fischler, known as "The Hockey Maven," will share his knowledge, brand of humor and insight with readers each Wednesday.
Nostalgia Circle
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5 days ago

Biography – MORENZ, HOWARD WILLIAM (William F., Howie) – Volume XVI (1931-1940) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

MORENZ, HOWARD WILLIAM (named at birth William F., also known by the nickname Howie), machinist, hockey player, and sales representative; b. 21 Sept. 1902 in Mitchell, Ont., son of William Frederick Morenz, a clerk, and Rose Pauli; m. 21 June 1926 Mary McKay in Montreal, and they had one daughter and two sons; d. there 8 March 1937.
News Circle
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6 days ago

Humboldt Broncos assistant coach Mark Cross was my lifelong friend - CBC Docs POV

Like most small-town kids from Saskatchewan, we both lived and breathed hockey
Funny Circle
6:09pm - Wed 14 Aug
Quote of the day...
Nostalgia Circle
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1:49pm - Wed 14 Aug

Andreychuk proud long NHL career led to Hall of Fame

Dave Andreychuk doesn't hesitate to list his proudest accomplishment in Hall of Fame career in the NHL.
Nostalgia Circle
Chad Sherman @chad shared a link
4:00am - Tue 13 Aug

Mar. 26, 1931 – Boston Bruins coach Art Ross became the first NHL coach to pull his goalie for an extra attacker

In a playoff game against the Montreal Canadiens, Art Ross substituted goaltender Tiny Thompson for a sixth skater in the final minute of play. Although the Bruins lost the game 1–0, Ross became th…
Nostalgia Circle
Chad Sherman @chad shared a link
9:21pm - Sun 11 Aug

Johnny Bower: 100 Greatest NHL Players

The latest news, analysis and stories from NHL.com, the official site of the National Hockey League
Nostalgia Circle
Chad Sherman @chad shared a link
9:12pm - Sun 11 Aug

Jarome Iginla gets nostalgic as Flames prepare to retire his jersey - Sportsnet.ca

It was a nostalgic day at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Friday as Jarome Iginla returned to Calgary, ahead of his big night on Saturday when the Flames will retire his jersey.
Nostalgia Circle
Chad Sherman @chad posted a video
9:10pm - Sun 11 Aug
Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) Broadcast Intros from 1977 to 2015
News Circle
4:59am - Sat 10 Aug

Board approves new Islanders arena project at Belmont Park

A development board has unanimously voted in favour of a new project which would give the New York Islanders a new arena at Belmont Park.
Nostalgia Circle
Chad Sherman @chad shared a link
3:57am - Fri 09 Aug

Summit Series: Remembering Vladislav Tretiak and the Soviet nightmare

It was 40 years ago Monday that Canada awoke to the grim, gut-punched truth that this hadn’t, in fact, been just a bad dream. Our country's best hockey players were destroyed 7-3 by a rag-tag squad of amateurs from the Soviet Union the previous night.