Daniel Nugent-Bowman
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Daniel Nugent-Bowman is an associate editor at Sportsnet. He grew up in Mississauga, Ont., and received his journalism training in Ottawa. He spent four years covering junior hockey and football in Saskatoon. Nugent-Bowman has also written about an array of sports from speedskating to tennis to arm wrestling.
Blues prospect Robert Thomas might only get one shot at WJC team
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
St. Louis Blues prospect Robert Thomas is counting on his smarts and skill to get him a spot on Canada's world junior team. He might only get one chance, because he may very well be NHL-ready by next season.
Canada WJC selection camp roster takeaways: Where's Owen Tippett?
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NHL players can't stay away from Sam Gagner's old backyard rink
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
The backyard rink Sam Gagner grew up on in Oakville, Ont., doesn't belong to him anymore. But he and other NHLers still skate there.
Senators prospect Drake Batherson no longer sweats the small stuff
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
Drake Batherson's hockey journey has been long and unconventional. However, the 19-year-old is now the QMJHL's scoring leader and an Ottawa Senators prospect.
Senators prospect Alex Formenton putting lessons from Wendel Clark to use
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Cal Foote's desire to play for Canada about more than dad's resume
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
Ask Cal Foote, a born-and-raised American, why he’d like to represent Canada at the world junior championship and his main reason is succinct.
Six unique CHL players to watch at Canada Russia Series
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
With roughly a month left before invitations are extended for the Canadian world junior camp, there isn’t much time for players to make a good impression. That makes the next two weeks critical for players vying for world junior jobs.
How former Maple Leaf Zach Sill jumped from Truro to the pros
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Grisly injury to Penguins' Cole is what OJHL is guarding against
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
A gruesome injury suffered by Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Ian Cole is exactly the kind of incident that caused the Ontario Junior Hockey League to mandate full facial projection for the start of this season.