I hope you are having a great weekend. Here's what's on TV or streaming for hockey:

Saturday 8:00 p.m. ET Oilers @ Stars update: Stars win
Sunday 3:00 p.m. ET Rangers @ Panthers update: Rangers win

World Championship
Saturday 8:20 a.m. Sweden @ Czechia update: Czechia wins
Saturday 12:20 p.m. Canada @ Switzerland update: Switzerland wins
Sunday 9:20 a.m. Bronze medal game update: Sweden wins
Sunday 2:20 p.m. Gold medal game update: Czechia wins

PWHL Walter Cup
Sunday at 6:00 p.m. Boston @ Minnesota update: Boston wins

Memorial Cup
Saturday 4:00 p.m. London Knights vs Drummondville Voltigeurs update: Knights win
Sunday 7:30 p.m. Saginaw Spirit vs Drummondville Voltigeurs

The Rangers and Panthers went to OT Friday night and Goodrow tied up the series.

Though the game started with our old friend Carter Verhaeghe instigating a riot.

Friedman has a profile on Verhaeghe that starts with being drafted by the Leafs in 2013.

Other News

May be more hockey to watch in the future? I'm guessing the CHL would do this to monetise some TV rights. Sounds like a Family Day week thing to me if they go that route.

Trading picks for picks! What does Lou have up his sleeve?

Don's long rumoured departure from Carolina is finally confirmed. But where will he go?

Don Waddell Resigns as Carolina General Manager
Waddell is out. Eric Tulsky will be interim GM during search.

Leafs assistant coach Manny Malhotra has a new gig. This also means that Jeremy Colliton is back in the market for an NHL job, and if he can't land the Sharks head coach position, he could be thinking of taking an assistant coach job, perhaps for a team which recently had an assistant coach leave for an AHL head coaching job.

The PWHL draft date and time has been announced for a little over two weeks from today.


Someone is always watching you now.

Eye in the sky: How streaming of local hockey has changed the game | CBC News
Streaming services now allow people to watch, replay and save video from ice rinks across North America. It began as a way to watch local hockey from afar but has become more than that.