What's Buzzing:

Buzzing The Net

Ryan Strome helps IceDogs mush forward: Monday’s coast-to-coast

Neate Sager
Buzzing The Net

Combing all corners of the country and the blogosphere for your junior hockey headlines ...


Please take some time, if you did not already, to plow through Randy Turner's treatise on the insanity that is spring hockey. Which, based on Canada's recent world junior championship results, could be more of a bubble than a boom. Oh, and it's completely outside of Hockey Canada's purview. (Winnipeg Free Press)

If this isn't the coolest junior hockey-related news tidbit you've heard in a while: the film rights have been optioned for the Gregg Drinnan co-authored book Sudden Death. (Taking Note)

Winnipeg Jets third-rounder Adam Lowry is having an ideal final junior season with the Swift Current Broncos. (Winnipeg Free Press)

Kamloops Blazers coach Guy Charron wants his team in a mindset suited to the playoffs, where there is no 4-on-4 overtime or shootouts. (Kamloops Daily News)

Getting to know Swift Current's draft-year defenceman, Dillon Heatherington. (The Pipeline Show)

Note to self: watch out for Vancouver Giants rookie defenceman Reid Zalitach. (Regan's Rant)

The Spokane Chiefs had a one-shot period during their Saturday loss to Portland, whom not so long ago they beat a couple times. (Spokane Spokesman-Review)


New York Islanders first-rounder Ryan Strome is getting into the whole being-captain thing with the Niagara IceDogs. (St. Catharines Standard)

Sheldon Keefe took a strip off his Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds publicly, even though they pulled off two weekend road wins. (Sault Star)

Long story short, Kitchener Rangers coach-GM Steve Spott is only 800 or so career wins behind Hall of Famer Brian Kilrea after posting his 200th. And the Rangers are within two points of Owen Sound in the playoff seeding race. (Waterloo Record)

London Knights goalie Anthony Stolarz's new mask pays tribute to late Knights draft pick Ian Jenkins. (London Free Press)

Wednesday's Kingston-Mississauga tilt might go a long way to deciding who holds off Peterborough for a playoff berth. The Frontenacs' 11-game losing streak is the franchise's longest in 22 seasons. (Kingston Whig-Standard, Peterborough Examiner)

That Brampton-Sudbury game on Sunday might have been a first-round playoff preview. (Brampton Guardian)


Draft-year goalie Zach Fucale is finally adapting to going long stretches with few shots against while playing for the high-powered Halifax Mooseheads. (Metro Halifax) —

Former Saint John Sea Dogs centre Charlie Coyle is likely to make his NHL debut on Monday with the Minnesota Wild. (Station Nation)

Victoriaville coach Yanick Jean has reached the 500-game plateau, what are the chances the 37-year-old reaches 1,000? (Parlons Junior)

Neate Sager is a writer for Yahoo! Canada Sports. Follow him on Twitter @neatebuzzthenet. Please address any questions, comments or concerns to btnblog@yahoo.ca.

View Comments (0)
  • Perez reminds top teams of his talent

    Perez reminds top teams of his talent

    By Alan Baldwin MONACO (Reuters) - McLaren reject Sergio Perez hopes his impressive third place for Force India at the Monaco Grand Prix will remind Formula One's top teams of his talent. "I had a really tough time at McLaren and it seems that … More »

    Reuters - 6 minutes ago
  • Bale wants more European glory after Champions League win

    Bale wants more European glory after Champions League win

    (Reuters) - Wales winger Gareth Bale has set his sights on next month's Euro 2016 in France after playing an integral role in helping Spanish side Real Madrid claim their 11th European Cup on Saturday. Zinedine Zidane's men overcame local rivals … More »

    Reuters - 8 minutes ago
  • Burrell replaces Tuilagi in England squad for Australia

    (Reuters) - Northampton centre Luther Burrell has been called into England's squad for the three-test series in Australia next month after Manu Tuilagi withdrew with a hamstring injury last week. Burrell, who has won 14 caps, scored a try and … More »

    Reuters - 10 minutes ago
  • Mexico's Pulido, striker for Olympiakos, rescued after kidnap

    Mexico's Pulido, striker for Olympiakos, rescued after kidnap

    Mexican soccer player Alan Pulido has been rescued a day after the striker for the Greek soccer team Olympiakos was kidnapped in the restive northeastern state of Tamaulipas, the state government said early on Monday. "The most important thing is … More »

    Reuters - 11 minutes ago
  • Terry backs Mourinho to succeed at Manchester United

    Terry backs Mourinho to succeed at Manchester United

    (Reuters) - Chelsea captain John Terry expects Jose Mourinho to be a success at Manchester United, saying the Portuguese is the right manager to lead the 13-time Premier League champions back into contention for major honours. Mourinho, who was … More »

    Reuters - 32 minutes ago