Canucks not ready to give Boudreau contract extension despite turnaround

Canucks not ready to give Boudreau contract extension despite turnaround

VANCOUVER– The Vancouver Canucks would like to see Bruce Boudreau coach them a full season before discussing a contract extension, Jim Rutherford said Tuesday. Although, the Canucks (40-30-12) missed the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the sixth time in seven seasons, they went 32-15-10 under Boudreau after Travis Green was fired on Dec. 5 following an … Read more

Steve Yzerman addresses media, recaps 2021-22 season

Steve Yzerman addresses media, recaps 2021-22 season

DETROIT– Just three days after the conclusion of the Detroit Red Wings’ 2021-22 season, the business of hockey hasn’t stopped in Hockeytown. In addressing the media in his annual end-of-season availability session on Monday afternoon, executive vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman referenced how busy the past few days have been. He has already … Read more

Cooper ready for Lightning matchup with dad’s favorite team, Maple Leafs

Cooper ready for Lightning matchup with dad’s favorite team, Maple Leafs

TORONTO — Jon Cooper may have grown up in Prince George, British Columbia, but while his hometown is more than 2,500 miles from Toronto, the Tampa Bay Lightning coach is familiar with the passion of Toronto Maple Leafs fans. “My dad grew up being a major Leafs fan,” Cooper said on Sunday after practice. “I … Read more

At 17, ex-tennis pro Pam Shriver had an ‘inappropriate and damaging relationship’ with 50-year-old coach

At 17, ex-tennis pro Pam Shriver had an ‘inappropriate and damaging relationship’ with 50-year-old coach

Former professional tennis player Pam Shriver, now a television commentator for ESPN and the BBC, says that she “had an inappropriate and damaging relationship with my much older coach” that began when she was 17 and he was 50. In a first-person account published Wednesday by British newspaper The Telegraph, Shriver describes a “painful and … Read more

York retires from Boston College, winningest coach in NCAA hockey history

York retires from Boston College, winningest coach in NCAA hockey history

Jerry York retired Wednesday after 50 years of coaching NCAA Division I hockey, the past 28 at Boston College. The 76-year-old is the winningest coach in NCAA hockey history, a five-time NCAA champion and a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame and United States Hockey Hall of Fame. He said he is leaving to … Read more