CHL Canada Russia Series: Russia notches first win with 3-2 victory over QMJHL

by Ken McKenna
Alexander Trushkov - Team Russia - CHL Canada Russia Series

Photo: Team Russia goaltender Alexander Trushkov turned in his second straight strong performance in the 2015 CHL Canada Russia Series, leading his team to their first win of the series (courtesy of Vincent Ethier/CHL Images)



While it was a case of too little, too late for Team Russia, they did manage to notch their first win of the 2015 CHL Canada Russia Series with a 3-2 victory over Team QMJHL on Tuesday night at Iamgold Arena in Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec. Read more»

CHL Canada Russia Series: Strong team effort fuels second OHL win, gives CHL series win

by Ken McKenna
Mitch Marner amd Spencer Watson - Team OHL - CHL Canada Russia Series

Photo: Team OHL forwards Mitch Marner and Spencer Watson celebrate a goal scored by Watson that proved to be the game winner in the OHL’s 2-1 win over Russia at the 2015 CHL Canada Russia Series (courtesy of Terry Wilson/CHL Images)



While Team Russia put up a good fight in their bid to get themselves back into the 2015 CHL Canada Russia Series, Team OHL nevertheless dashed those hopes by defeating Russia, 2-1, to give the CHL clubs the needed points to crown themselves as series champions with the two QMJHL games yet to be played. Read more»

CHL Canada Russia Series: Blackwood, Watson lead OHL to 3-0 win over Russia

by Ken McKenna
Spencer Watson - Team OHL - Kingston Frontenacs

Photo: Team OHL forward Spencer Watson celebrates one of his two goals in the OHL’s 3-0 win over Russia in the third game of the 2015 Canada Russia Series (courtesy of Terry Wilson/CHL Images)



The CHL teams and Russia have reached the halfway point of the 2015 CHL Canada Russia Series, and it has been all CHL to date. Team OHL took the baton from the WHL and continued the major junior circuit’s mastery in this year’s series, taking a 3-0 win against a road-weary Russian squad. Read more»

Top 50 NHL Prospects: Blackhawks, Coyotes place two each among honorable mentions for Fall ranking

by HF Staff
Brayden Point - Moose Jaw Warriors

Photo: Moose Jaw Warriors forward and Tampa Bay Lightning prospect Brayden Point currently leads the WHL in scoring with 16 goals and 39 points in 16 games (courtesy of Marissa Baecker/Getty Images)



The Hockey’s Future ranking of the Top 50 NHL prospects for the Fall of 2015 is now in the books, but there is still the group of 10 honorable mentions that should receive their due. At least a few of these players could arguably have been included in the lower reaches of the main list, and they may well find their way onto the Spring list in early 2016 once prospects on the main list have graduated. Read more»

CHL Canada Russia Series: Hawryluk nets winner in second triumph for WHL

by Ken McKenna
Maxim Tretiak - Nick Merkley - Alexander Shchemerov - CHL Canada Russia Series, 11/10/15

Photo: Team WHL forward Nick Merkley (#10) battles for position with Russia defenseman Alexander Shchemerov in front of Russian goaltender Maxim Tretiak in the WHL’s 4-2 win over Russia in Kamloops, BC (courtesy of Kelvin Harrison/CHL Images)



It wasn’t the cakewalk that the first game of the CHL Canada Russia Series turned out to be, but Team WHL nevertheless came away with their second consecutive win over Russia, 4-2, to sweep their portion this yearly affair. Read more»

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