Following the action on the ice when the Canadians are battling it out will depend on which league peaks the interest of hockey fans around the world. The action that people view on television could be from the Western Hockey League hockey players or those that play in the Ontario Hockey League. The mix of hockey players on the ice could change up some weeks when members of the Quebec Major Junior take charge. It does not matter which league is playing during the week because all hockey fans know that the action they view will be thrilling either way.
The Canadian Hockey League serves as host to hockey teams that play the game of hockey just as passionately as their counterparts do in the United States. On any given week, however, it is quite possible for teams to be fined because their coach overstepped the boundaries of decorum and expressed feelings that were later deemed to be very inappropriate by officials or those higher up. Canadian hockey teams are resilient enough to find the courage to step back out on the ice the next week and win their team another victory that is far less controversial.
Before the Commissioner of a certain league imposes such penalties, all parties are consulted to ensure that all transgressions are made a matter of record and there are no grey areas on what was said, or what occurred by all parties involved. Once the air has cleared around the two teams, and the appropriate penalties have been assigned, the Canadian hockey players can in clear conscience return to the ice for another battle.
While they continue play, they will probably continue to hope that their coaches will remain silent on the sidelines and continue to be just as devoted to guiding them like they are supposed to instead of letting their passions get the best of them during a game. Some hockey players might carry out their aggressions while on the ice over something that happened weeks ago. It is hard to tell how hockey players will play week to week because fans are not privy to some of the behind the scene actions that occur in the locker room between two teams.
The road to Kitchener begins with the Canadian Hockey League on 2 October each year, and the Canadian hockey team head in certain directions to complete the games that are on their schedules. Some hockey teams might head to Saint John and others might return to Quebec City. The pace that hockey players keep in making the games on the individual schedules is almost as brisk as the speed at which they skate on the ice during each hockey game they play in.
Every week, the Canadian Hockey League will select a Player of the Week and the ADT Canadian Hockey League Goaltender of the Week. The player that is selected for either of these awards can come from Western Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League, or the Quebec Major Junior league. Fans will be thoroughly entertained with the background information that is provided about the winner and will be surely inspired after reading the play-by-play reports of the hockey ice action that earned them such an honor.