Players

  • Edward Philpott Hockey Hall of Fame Newfoundland

    Hall of Famer Edward Philpott

    The Gander Flyers have been back on the Newfoundland Hockey scene but one can bet they wish they had one former Flyer lacing up his skates for each game. Former Gander...

  • Jason Churchill Clarenville Caribous | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    The Church of Clarenville

    Drafted by the San Jose Sharks in the fourth round, 129th overall, there is no denying that Jason Churchill convinced someone within the scouting circles that he has talent to play...

  • Rob Hennigar Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    The Play Maker Rob Hennigar

    When the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts signed Rob Hennigar they knew he was a great hockey player. They had all the confidence in what they were being told about this player and...

  • Mount Pearl Blades Blake Gallagher | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    The Blade’s Blake Gallagher

    Blake Gallagher broke into the Newfoundland and Labrador Senior Hockey League (NLSHL) in the 2012-2013 season playing with the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts and the Clarenville Caribous.  His regular season stats saw...

  • Peter Cambell Gander Flyers | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Don’t Overlook Peter Campbell

    When the Gander Flyers announced the signing of Peter Campbell as one of their import cards, there were many in the Newfoundland and Labrador hockey circles that quietly said “Peter who?” ...

  • Frank Danky Dorrington | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    The Legend of Danky Dorrington

    Newfoundland Senior Hockey lost a legend when Frank “Danky” Dorrington passed away on March 11, 2013.  He played a total of 340 games in the Newfoundland Senior Hockey League and collected...

  • Jason King | Newfundland Hockey Talk

    Remember Jason King?

    Jason King was the pride of Corner Brook’s Minor Hockey Association that went on to play in the National Hockey League.  It came as no surprise because he was a kid...

  • Darren Langdon | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Love Him or Hate Him

    At 43 years old, Darren Langdon is still playing a role in Newfoundland and Labrador Senior Hockey as a member of the Western Royals. If you had asked anybody just a...

  • Nathan Noel Sea Dogs | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Player Profile – Nathan Noel

    With the Saint John Sea Dogs in a rebuilding year, they have started searching across Canada for talent to help them return to their form of 2009-2012 run that saw them...

  • Daniel Cleary | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Cleary’s Future with the Wings

    Daniel Cleary became the first Newfoundland Native to win the Stanley Cup in 2008. His star was shining bright as the gritty forward showed his grit and determination on the ice....

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