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CMHL Finances by Team Written by Ron Jones - January 31st, 2024

Another look at the finances for all of the franchises in the CHML.  The number's represent the current cap space each team has remaining.  Thanks in part to the recent bump in salary cap, there are only three teams with less than a million in cap room ... Columbus ($315k), Toronto ($639k) and St. Louis (671.5k).  While there are three teams with more than eight million in cap space .. Montreal ($21.4M+), Calgary ($10.4M+), Philadelphia ($8.8M+).  We spotlight Jordan Staal (picture) of the Blue Jackets, who is making $4,650,000 million for the next two seasons.  

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East and West, only one can be the best in this year's CMHL All-Star Game! Written by habsfan93 - January 23rd, 2024

After winning a close ICHF All-Star Game, the CMHL Eastern Conference All-Stars, led by Carolina GM Marty, came out firing early on to take home the CMHL All-Star Game by a close margin of 16-14. It was all the East in the first period as NJ's Mitch Marner set up the first three goals and the first frame finished with the East ahead of Winnipeg GM Simon's West squad by a score of 5-1. The West came back hungry in the second period, scoring 4 goals in the first four minutes to bring the score to 6-5 for the East but it wouldn't last long as the East scored 5 of the next 6 goals.

In the end, NJ's Mitch Marner was named the game's MVP, putting up two goals to go with those early three assists. PIT's Filip Forsberg and VAN's Leon Draisaitl each scored a hat trick and were named 2nd and 3rd stars of the game respectively. Other top performers in the game included CGY's Barrett Hayton and CHI's Reilly Smith who each matched Marner's five point effort and ANA's David Pastrnak with four points.

The best goaltending of the game came from LA's Cayden Primeau who faced 15 shots from the East in the second period and managed to stop nine of them, preventing what could have been a blowout and giving the West a shot in the 3rd period.

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The Senators Staying Afloat Midway Through the Season Written by Bruce Garrioch - Ottawa Sun - January 21st, 2024

Intrepid Senators beat reporter takes a look at Ottawa's season thus far.

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East edges West in a close ICHF All-Star Game! Written by habsfan93 - January 20th, 2024

The Western Conference ICHF All-Star Team tried to mount a third period comeback but fell short by a final score of 7-6 as the Eastern Conference, led by PHI GM Greg, bested the West, led by WPG GM Simon. 

The East's 2nd line was awarded all three stars for the game as they combined for three of the teams seven goals. Seth Jarvis of the Prince George Spruce Kings (CAR) was the game's MVP with a goal and two assists, while Ryan McLeod of the Montreal Maroons (MTL) and Conor Sheary of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (TOR) were the 2nd and 3rd stars of the game. 

The West was led by Kevin Hayes of the Dallas Flaming Dragons (SJ) who scored the team's final two goals as they attempted their comeback. 

The best goaltending on the night came from East starter Joseph Woll of the Hartford Wolf Pack (NYR) who stopped 7 of 8 shots coming from the West to set the tone for the East in the first period of the game. 

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Complete S20 All-Star Rosters! Written by habsfan93 - January 16th, 2024

Here are the All-Star Rosters for Season 20!

 

CMHL Eastern Conference

GM: Marty (CAR)

Connor McDavid (TOR) - JT Miller (FLA) - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (CAR)

Kyle Connor (CMB) - Mika Zibanejad (WAS) - Mitch Marner (NJ)

Filip Forsberg (PIT) - Jonathan Toews (NYI) - Mikko Rantanen (PHI)

Ryan O'Reilly (NYR) - Sebastian Aho (TB) - Tomas Hertl (BUF)

 

Shea Theodore (BUF) - Adam Fox (FLA)

Erik Karlsson (BOS) - Moritz Seider (MTL)

Adam Larsson (DET) - Jake McCabe (OTT)

 

Stuart Skinner (CAR)

Cam Talbot (TOR)

Malcolm Subban (OTT)

 

CMHL Western Conference

GM: Simon (WPG)

Connor Brown (MIN) - Leon Draisaitl (VAN) - David Pastrnak (ANA)

Taylor Hall (VGK) - Steven Stamkos (WPG) - Elias Pettersson (NSH)

Nikita Kucherov (STL) - Brock Nelson (SEA) - Tage Thompson (SJ)

Barret Hayton (CGY) - Dylan Larkin (ARI) - Rielly Smith (CHI) 

 

Rasmus Dahlin (EDM) - Mike Matheson (DAL)

Hampus Lindholm (WPG) - Mikhail Sergachev (WPG)

Brayden McNabb (COL) - Seth Jones (SEA)

 

Ilya Samsonov (VAN)

Cayden Primeau (LA)

Matt Murray (WPG)

 

ICHF Eastern Conference

GM: Greg (PHI)

Alexis Lafreniere (CMB) - Sam Gagner (PHI) - Evan Rodrigues (PHI)

Conor Sheary (TOR) - Ryan McLeod (MTL) - Seth Jarvis (CAR)

Ridley Greig (PIT) - Philipp Kurashev (OTT) - Warren Foegele (BOS)

Tyrell Goulbourne (NYI) - Austin Watson (NJ) - Sonny Milano (WAS)

 

Jamie Drysdale (MTL) - Jonas Siegenthaler (BOS)

Tyler Tucker (BUF) - Kyle Capobianco (FLA)

John Moore (DET) - Chris Wideman (TB)

 

Joseph Woll (NYR)

Matthew Villalta (PIT)

Jon Gillies (TOR)

 

ICHF Western Conference

GM: Simon (WPG)

Max Pacioretty (SEA) - Anthony Cirelli (WPG) - Wade Allison (COL)

Ondrej Palat (DAL) - Luke Kunin (SJ) - Joel Eriksson Ek (ANA)

Brandon Tanev (VAN) - Morgan Frost (ARI) - Jesse Ylonen (LA)

Kevin Hayes (SJ) - Jake Leschyschyn (NSH) - Greg McKegg (CHI)

 

Alex Edler (WPG) - Ian Mitchell (VGK)

Jack Johnson (EDM) - Gavin Bayreuther (WPG)

Oliver Kylington (CGY) - Egor Zamula (STL)

 

Chris Dreidger (SEA)

Scott Wedgewood (SJ)

Alex Stalock (MIN)

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CMHL and ICHF All-Star Starting Lineups for S20! Written by habsfan93 - January 11th, 2024

The votes are in! 30 of 32 GMs voted and here are your results with % of total votes in brackets. The 4 All-Star GMs will select the remainder of the teams. Congrats to Leon Draisaitl and Sam Gagner who had the highest vote shares in each league..

 

CMHL Eastern Conference

Connor McDavid TOR (60%) - JT Miller FLA (30%) - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins CAR (33%)
Shea Theodore BUF (43%) - Adam Fox FLA (40%)
Stuart Skinner CAR (33%)

Carolina and Florida each get two players voted in to the starting lineup this year, in a conference that had some very close races. Outside of McDavid, all the other spots were earned by a small number of votes and even McDavid only garnered 60% of the vote compared to 77% last year. In particular, Mika Zibanejad (WAS) at C and Nathan MacKinnon (TOR) at RW lost their respective races by only one vote.  Other close runner-ups include Jake Oettinger (NYR) and Dougie Hamilton (CAR). This is the third consecutive year that McDavid has been voted on to the East starting lineup while Adam Fox makes his second All-Star appearance and the four others are first-timer All-Stars.

CMHL Western Conference

Connor Brown MIN (30%) - Leon Draisaitl VAN (63%) - David Pastrnak ANA (57%)
Rasmus Dahlin EDM (53%) - Mike Matheson DAL (30%)
Ilya Samsonov VAN (40%)

The West was slightly more decisive this year than the East, which hasn't been the case in the last two years. The tighest vote was at LW where all the candidates received a decent number of votes, with Dubois (LA) and McCann (COL) each coming up a couple of votes shy of Brown. While Dahlin got a clear majority vote, the second defensemen split GM opinions, with Matheson just narrowly edging out Hampus Lindholm (WPG) by one vote. In net, Hill (SJ) and Murray (WPG) had GMs split and tied for the runner-up spot. It's the second year in a row that Draisaitl (VAN) has been voted into the starting lineup and a third All-Star appearance in 4 years for Ilya Samsonov (VAN) though his first time being voted in. Brown, Pastrnak, Dahlin and Matheson will all be making their first All-Star appearances.

ICHF Eastern Conference

Alexis Lafreniere CMB (50%) - Sam Gagner PHI (77%) - Evan Rodrigues PHI (50%)
Jamie Drysdale MTL (70%) - Jonas Siegenthaler BOS (50%)
Joseph Woll TOR (67%)

ICHF Western Conference

Max Pacioretty SEA (43%) - Anthony Cirelli WPG (47%) - Wade Allison COL (43%)
Alex Edler WPG (67%) - Ian Mitchell VGK (40%)
Chris Driedger SEA (37%)

Of note, this is the third consecutive season that Seattle has had a different goalie voted in to the All-Star game...first Jack Campbell in S18, Cal Petersen in S19 and now Driedger. Whatever they're putting in the water of their goalies in Seattle, I'd like some!

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CMHL Finances by Team Written by Ron Jones - January 7th, 2024

 

Another look at the finances for all of the franchises in the CHML.  The number's represent the current cap space each team has remaining.  There are two teams with less than two hundred thousand in cap room ... Seattle Kraken has $150,000 in cap space, while the team tightest to the cap ceiling is the Nashville Predators that is currently over the cap by $124,750. We spotlight Elias Pettersson (picture) of the Predators who is making $4,950,000 million for the next four seasons. 

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Montreal's Prospects at the 2024 WJC Written by Red Fisher - January 5th, 2024

Jonathan Lekkerimaki has been named MVP of the 2024 World Junior Championship.  We look at the statistics for all of the Montreal Canadiens prospects that participated in the recent WJC that took place in Guthenburg, Sweden.  However, we spotlight the aforementioned Lekkerimaki (pictured), who besides being named MVP, was also named to the media's all star team.  The Huddinge, Sweden native represented the Swedes and was a major reason why they won Silver.   

 

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Season 21 prospects Written by Matsson - January 4th, 2024

Updated stats, with just past a quarter of the season done.

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Vote for your All-Star Starters! Written by habsfan93 - January 2nd, 2024

ts nearly the midway mark of the season and that means the CMHL and ICHF All-Star Games are upon us! The All-Star GMs will be determined on January 11th but first, its time for you to have your say on the rosters by voting for the starting lineups of each team. You only get one vote, so choose wisely!

Click here to vote: https://www.cmhlhockey.ca/AllStarS20.php

Voting will close on Tuesday, January 9th, 2024 at 10 PM EST. It is an expectation of every GM that you submit a vote and this will be the first check-in of the new year. All GMs who vote will receive a 250k bankroll bonus.

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