Tyler Yaremchuk recaps a pair of Crusaders wins, chats with Tyson Gruninger and sets up this weekends games!
In a recent interview on TSN 1260, TSN’s Pierre LeBrun shared his laundry list of goals that he would try to accomplish if he were the NHL’s Commissioner.
His list included changes such as: abolishing the all-star game, moving the start of the year to the middle of September and starting free agency the day after the draft. All sound like great ideas and it inspired me to compile my own list of changes that I would make if I was in charge of the NHL.
CRUSADERS 5 EAGLES 4
Looking to finish off their homestand strong, the Crusaders took on a struggling Canmore Eagles team that has lost five in a row.
A pair of big games and a pair of big trades over the past week for the Sherwood Park Crusaders. Tyler Yaremchuk recaps it all and chats with goalie Brandon Vogel.
CRUSADERS 1 OIL BARONS 5
Looking to string together back-to-back wins, the Crusaders played host to the Fort McMurray Oil Barons today.
Despite the 1-3-0 record, the Cru have played the Barons well so far this season. The goal differential in those four games was only (-3). Brandon Vogel got the start for the Crusaders as well, getting the nod in both of this weekends games.
July 1st. It’s a day where teams either begin the journey to salary cap hell by luring players from other organizations with ludicrous contracts or it’s the day when GM’s find a missing piece that they grab without giving up any assets.
Every year, we see players that never quite look comfortable in their new homes and some that fit right in.
I took a look back at this year’s free agent class and found the three free agent signing I liked the most, and three that aren’t working out at the halfway point of their first season.
Tyler Yaremchuk recaps the past week for the Crusaders and chats with Assistant Coach Jeff Woywitka.
Tyler Yaremchuk recaps the past week around the Cru and chats with their newest d-man, Tyler Jette on this weeks edition of Inside The Cru.
With the AJHL season now half-way over, Tyler Yaremchuk is joined by Liam Horrobin as they recap the first half of the Sherwood Park Crusaders season.
It’s odd to say that a pair of games in early December have playoff implications, but this weekend could go a long way in determining the final standings in the AJHL’s North Division.
Heading into action tonight, the Crusaders are four points ahead of the Lloydminster Bobcats for the final playoff spot and tied with the Bonnyville Pontiacs for fifth.
Josh Dechaine got the start tonight as the Cru looked to snap out of their three-game losing skid and grab a crucial two points against the Bobcats.