Gare Joyce
@garejoycenhl
Gare Joyce’s work has appeared in every publication from the New York Times to Canadian Hairdresser. He has written about a dozen books including The Code (a mystery novel that inspired the TV series Private Eyes) and The Wealthy Dentist (a tax-advice parable that allowed dental practitioners to extract your dental bills and fill unnumbered Swiss bank accounts). He has written about sports for 30 years and wandered over here from ESPN The Magazine.
Big Read: Why USA Hockey is set up for global domination
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There's hothouse of talent based in Plymouth, Mich. And with the sport rapidly growing in America, it just may create a hockey superpower south of the 49th.
Sweden tastes bitter defeat to Canada again, despite superior talent
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History shows Canada can beat a flashier opponent in WJC final
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It would be simplistic to say the world junior championship final between Sweden and Canada is a battle of skill versus will, but that’s a significant part of it.
Sweden turns around medal-round struggles to reach WJC final
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The Swedes have been opening-round lions and medal-round lambs the last few turns at the IIHF world junior tournament. On Thursday, however, Sweden played a poised game to beat the U.S. and reach the tournament final.
WJC struggles prove you can get too much of a good thing
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Canada advances to WJC semis having yet to find its true identity
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Questions hang out there with only two game days left in the tournament. Exactly what is this team? And whose team is it?
Rasmus Dahlin separating himself from Andrei Svechnikov at world juniors
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Swedish defenceman Rasmus Dahlin showing why he's the projected No. 1 pick for 2018 with his play at the world juniors.
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Big Read: How Rasmus Dahlin became Sweden's next great prospect
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A philosophical shift in thinking. A player allowed to just play. A family that never pushed too hard. And a whole lot of skill. Combined they equal the best Swedish prospect in a generation.