Elliotte FriedmanElliotte joined CBC in October 2003 and is a commentator with Hockey Night in Canada.
As part of his duties with Hockey Night in Canada, Friedman hosts Inside Hockey, a feature airing every Saturday during Scotiabank Hockey Tonight that tells the stories of the people and places that shape the game of hockey. Always committed to giving viewers the inside story, fans call follow him throughout the regular season and playoffs on Twitter.
The Stanley Cup, a tradition that dates back to 1893, began as a silver bowl, purchased by Canada's then governor-general Lord Stanley of Preston, whose family was quite taken with the nascent sport of hockey, to give amateur teams something to strive for. more »
Alex DeBrincat has been told more than once he's too small to succeed. It's a major reason why the 19-year-old waited so long to hear his named called at the 2016 NHL Draft, despite scoring 51 goals and 104 points in the year leading up to it. more »
Pole sitter Scott Dixon was knocked out of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday by a terrifying crash that saw his car fly over the car of Jay Howard and land atop the inside safety fence, where it split in two amid sparks and flames. more »