Don Cherry’s name has been taken off of the WHL’s “Suits up<br />
” fundraiser. The Edmonton Oil Kings recently held an event that previously used his name.
According to a new report from the Toronto Sun, the ratings for Hockey Night in Canada have declined sharply since the firing of Canadian icon Don Cherry.
Don Cherry talked on his podcast, Grapevine 2.0, about how he misses hosting Coach’s Corner on Saturday nights and reminisced about his former co-workers.
It’s fair to say Canada had its share of winners and losers. So here is our year-end list of the five greatest losers of 2019.
Don Cherry’s new podcast continues to stay in Canadian’s top ten podcast list, at one point surpassing Joe Rogan.
There’s a witch hunt against bad actors in the hockey world, but let’s hope those who are innocent aren’t collateral damage.
Ron MacLean, fresh off of throwing his broadcasting partner and better half Don Cherry under the bus, has bought into social justice 100 percent.
It was inevitable. A big story about hockey. A horrifically bad take by Nora Loreto.
Don Cherry is back, now on his own podcast The Grapevine, featuring none other than his son, Tim, as co-host.
Don Cherry will be broadcasting once again, but this time it will be in his new show, The Grapevine. Cherry was fired recently from Rogers Sportsnet.
The first intermission segment started with no music and a somber monologue from Ron MacLean, nothing like Coach’s Corner.
Now, the tables have turned, and it’s a real battle for the soul of our country.
A triple AAA hockey player from Burlington, Ontario has posted a video on twitter that went viral in which he criticized Jessica Allen for promoting negative stereotypes about hockey players.
Toronto Police have arrested a man going by the same name as someone on Facebook who posted a lengthy statement claiming he vandalized the monument.
The father of a Humboldt Broncos hockey player and bus crash survivor spoke out against CTV.
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