in the NewsEdit
NHL Entry Draft
- Myles Fee hired by Charlotte Checkers of the AHL as video coach.
- Jason Kasdorf resigned with the Buffalo Sabres for two years.
- Darren Helm signed a five-year, $19.25 million contract with Detroit Red Wings.
- Jordin Tootoo signed a one-year, $750,000 contract with the Chicago Blackhawks.
- Justin Falk signed a one-year, $650,000 contract with the Buffalo Sabres.
- Sean Collins signed a one-year contract with the Chinese entrant, Kunlun Red Star of the KHL.
- Manitoba Moose resigned Peter Stoykewych to a one-year AHL contract.
- Brandon Wheat Kings promote David Anning to Head Coach & hire Don McGillivray as Assistant Coach.
- Rockford IceHogs signed forward Bryn Chyzyk to one-year AHL contract.
- Beau Taylor and the Newcastle North Stars won the AIHL Championship.
- Sean Collins scored the first goal in Kunlun’s history during their regular season debut on Sept. 1.
- Brendan Harms named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (11/19).
- Lasse Petersen played for Denmark at the World Junior Hockey Championship.
- Jayson Argue, Tanner Jago, Brett Orr, and the Bentley Falcons played Army at Fenway Park in Boston.
- Brett Orr named the Atlantic Hockey Defenseman of the Week (1/8).
- Cody McLeod traded to the Nashville Predators by the Colorado Avalanche.
- Jacob Uglem played for United States at Universiade held in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
- The Texas Stars of the AHL signed forward Brendan O'Donnell to a professional tryout agreement.
- Justin Falk signed a one-year, $650,000 contract extension with the Buffalo Sabres.
- Braeden Ostepchuk named to NEHC All-Conference Second Team.
- The Chicago Blackhawks signed Jordin Tootoo to a one-year contract extension.
- Cody Longie named to the NJCAA All-American First Team and Zach Garrett to Second Team.
- Coach Barry Trotz won his 700th NHL game with a 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.
- Jordan DePape named to CWUAA Second All-Star Team and Remi Laurencelle to All-Rookie Team.
- Zach Garrett, Cody Longie, Jay Pringle, Parker Sharp, and the Bottineau Lumberjacks won the NJCAA National Championship, Longie selected Tournament MVP.
- Taeron Lewis, Braeden Ostepchuk, David Robertson and the Norwich Cadets won the NEHC Championship and then the NCAA Division III National Hockey Championship.
- Paul Soubry and the Augsburg Auggies won the MIAC Championship.
- Evan Last won the BCIHL Scoring Champion, named Rookie of the Year, and Kyle Bird selected Top Defenseman. Both were named to the First All-Star Team.
- Clay Van Diest and the St. Norbert Green Knights won the NCHA Championship.
- Brenden Kotyk and the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs won the NCHC Championship.
- Kyle Bird and the Victoria Vikings won the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League Championship.
- Evan Last named to BCIHL Playoff All-Star Team.
- Tyler Mueller and the UMass-Lowell River Hawks won the Hockey East Championship.
- Nakeh Lamothe and the MacEwan Griffins won the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Championship.
- Ryan Bittner and the Wisconsin-Stevens Point Pointers won the WIAC Championship.
- Morgan Geekie named to the WHL Western Conference Second All-Star Team.
- Jacob Daughtry, Alex Henry, and the Central Oklahoma Bronchos won the ACHA Division I National Championship. Henry named to All-Tournament First Team and Lyndon Lipinski to the Second Team.
- Brendan Harms named Senior CLASS Award winner for NCAA Division I Hockey.
- Nathan Bruyere named to SPHL All-Rookie Team.
- Brendan O’Donnell named to ECHL Second All-Star Team.
- Carson McMillan and Esbjerg Energy won the Metal Ligaen Championship.
- Craig Scott and the Milton Keynes Lightning won the EPIHL Championship.
- Beau Taylor and Australia won silver at the Division II Group A World Hockey Championship.
- Travis Hamonic named the winner of the 2017 NHL Foundation Player Award.
- Chay Genoway signed a one-year contract with Lada Togliatti of the Kontinental Hockey League.
Final Face OffEdit
|Pete Kapusta||Walt Buchanan||Roy Ormiston||Larry Travis|
|Jack Gibson||Ray DeVuono||Don Collins||Dave Semenko|
|Rest in Peace|
National Hockey LeagueEdit
|Matt Calvert||Joel Edmundson||Justin Falk||Micheal Ferland||Ryan Garbutt|
|Travis Hamonic||Darren Helm||Ron Hextall||Brett Lernout||Cody McLeod|
|Jordin Tootoo||Barry Trotz||Travis Zajac|