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.
New coach Claude Julien finally got to put the Canadiens through a full workout with no distractions on Monday. It was aimed mostly at convincing his struggling team that tighter defence will lead to more scoring chances on attack. more »
There was no shortage of moments that caught the attention of hockey fans over the last seven days, including Sidney Crosby's newest milestone, Antoine Vermette taking a whack at a linesman, and HBK meeting HBK. more »
Two of the more compelling players who may change addresses before the NHL trade deadline next Wednesday are veteran forwards Shane Doan and Jarome Iginla, who both may have enough left to help a contender. more »
When Detroit's Anthony Mantha bumped Sidney Crosby into the boards it was enough to set the Pittsburgh Penguins captain off. The two exchanged rough slashes that put them both in the penalty box. more »
Krista McCarville vows her Northern Ontario team is done with larceny, although it has been profitable for them. Her Thunder Bay foursome led last year's Canadian women's curling championship in stolen points with 31, but it was the playoff round where they took thieving to spectacular heights. more »
Marcus Stroman wasn't as consistent as he wanted to be in his first full season in the major leagues last year. So the Blue Jays right-hander streamlined his mechanics in an effort to turn things around. more »
High above the curling sheets in the last row of seats at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines, Ont., you'll find Craig Homan and Art Miskew sitting right beside one another, watching their daughters go for another Scotties Tournament of Hearts title. more »