My Favourite Hockey Sites

Here is a collection of some of my favourite places to visit online when it comes to hockey.

 Reddit Hockey

Reddit is a place where people submit stories, pictures, videos or just what they think. If the community likes it they vote for it. The best submissions end up on the front page. Unlike DIGG I find the voting to be very true to the quality of the submissions. There are great posts every day on the homepage, and I almost always find something cool on the hockey page. Once again, there are a bunch of great hockey players and fans who frequent this page. Check out Reddit Hockey to see what I am talking about.


After Reddit Hockey grew it became more about NHL news and information. I love to check it out for cool pictures and videos, but it became less about playing hockey and more about watching it. No worries though, I created a subreddit of my own! Check out Reddit Hockeyplayers!

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  1. Reply Dave January 20, 2015 at 4:17 pm

    Hey Jeremy, another very informative hockey discussion forum I found is Thanks for the great videos and information. 30’s guy here who’s played ball hockey forever and skated for a long time but never put the 2 together, until now! I look forward to the journey and your vids are a great resource in learing the fundamentals.

  2. Reply Matt February 17, 2013 at 2:14 pm


  3. Reply Rick October 5, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    Been reading this site and I like it very much. Maybe you can tell mer where to go to find some players to join a fantasy hockey pool we started for this year. Thanks.

  4. Reply Gage July 6, 2011 at 6:40 pm

    is hf boards account free

    • Reply Jeremy July 10, 2011 at 1:04 pm

      Yes it is, all of these sites are free to sign up for

  5. Reply Joe Francis June 16, 2010 at 8:29 am

    Good Afternoon,

    My name is Joe Francis and am Director of Communications for OneHockey. If you are not familiar with OneHockey we produce a number of player training and skill development products and host the largest North American Elite “AAA” Summer tournament in Aston, Pennsylvania.

    For the past seven years OneHockey has grown this tournament from its inception in 2004 to largest summer tournament in North America attracting elite players from the United States, Canada and Europe. Due to the success of our summer tournament OneHockey will be hosting a fall event in November 2010 in Michigan and a spring event in March 2011 in Alberta, Canada.

    Because of the size and scope of our tournament and the number of players we attract we would like request that your web site do a story on our Summer event. Our tournament is unique and is not like any weekend tournament you may have attended. The OneHockey Summer Challenge is a week long, with a minimum of five games guaranteed with semi-finals and finals games. All teams are birth year teams, that represent states, provinces and countries.

    Teams are coached by former professional hockey players and players are screened prior to acceptance to ensure the best players are selected to compete.

    Each game recognizes three players of the game, and an “All Star Team” selected by the coach at the end of the tournament for each birth year. The tournament has attracted numerous sponsors that have the ability to promote their products in front of several thousand players and parents.

    We look forward to have the opportunity of our story being told in USA Hockey Magazine and if you have any questions let us know.


    Joe Francis

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