CHL

Fighting Back
Westhead: CHL boss stands strong against players' union

David Branch (Photo: Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

The Canadian Hockey League's top official is fighting back against Canada's largest private sector union, which says it wants to improve working conditions for the 1,300 mostly teenaged hockey players who compete in the country's three major junior leagues. Unifor, which represents workers in industries such as the auto and media sectors, is trying to convince the Ontario government to organize a task force to examine the junior-hockey industry. Full Story.(Photo: Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

Josh Ho-Sang (Photo: Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

Being Honest

It's become something of a rarity in hockey for players to be outspoken, to publically question convention, to ask the simple question, 'why?' This goes doubly so for young players, especially those just drafted and who have not yet attended their first main NHL training camp. But speaking with New York Islanders prospect Josh Ho-Sang, TSN Radio 1050's Dave McCarthy can say this - the kid wakes you up. Full Story.

John Paddock (Photo: Andre Ringuette/NHLI via Getty Images)

Pats choose Paddock

Former Ottawa Senators and Winnipeg Jets head coach John Paddock is the new coach of the Regina Pats. The Western Hockey League club made the announcement Wednesday on its website. Full Story.

 

2013-14 CHL Rankings

Final Regular Season

1. Kelowna Rockets (57-11-0-4)

2. Guelph Storm (52-12-2-2)

3. Portland Winterhawks (54-13-2-3)

4. Erie Otters (52-14-2-0)

5. Baie-Comeau Drakkar (47-16-2-3)

6. London Knights (49-14-1-4)

7. Halifax Mooseheads (47-18-0-3)

8. Edmonton Oil Kings (50-19-2-1)

9. Rimouski Oceanic (45-16-3-4)

10. Victoria Royals (48-20-1-3)



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