About John Chidley-Hill

John Chidley-Hill grew up in Toronto, the son of a third-generation Maple Leafs fan and a die-hard Montreal Canadiens follower.

He's still recovering and faces his demons on a regular basis as HockeyPrimetime.com's Northeast Division beat writer.

When not blogging about hockey, other sports, comics and TV he is the junior hockey beat reporter for the Canadian Press. You can read his blog at http://johnchidleyhill.com.

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A new season has Max Pacioretty ready to move on from "the hit" and let his play speak for itself. So far, it looks like he’s going to have a lot to say. Max Pacioretty has spent a lot of time talking about 'the hit.' Six and a half months later, he's ready to let his play on the...
Heather Engel | News/Northeast | Saturday, 24 September 2011 Tags: Montreal, Canadiens, Habs, Max Pacioretty, the hit, Zdeno Chara, Boston, Bruins, P.K. Subban, NHL, hockey
Toronto made a strong push for the playoffs in the second half but fell just short. What's next for the Maple Leafs? The dream died for Toronto Maple Leafs fans Tuesday night, when the Buffalo Sabres beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-2. That Sabres victory officially eliminated the Leafs from...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 10 April 2011
Since Max Pacioretty left the Bell Centre on a stretcher, the Canadiens have gone 5-7-0. Once inevitable, a playoff berth now seems fragile – not unlike how the team is playing. All season the Montreal Canadiens have been one of the strongest teams in the Eastern Conference. Led by...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 03 April 2011
Ottawa was in good position to grab the first overall draft pick when it started beating everyone. Craig Anderson has stabilized the goaltending, and optimism for the team no longer rests on the June draft. The playoffs are just weeks away and teams around the NHL are charging hard to make...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 27 March 2011 Tags: Ottawa Senators, Craig Anderson
If the Sabres' hold on the eighth position in the Eastern Conference looks tenuous now, their schedule down the stretch is unforgiving. One game in particular could make or break their postseason chances. Weeks ago, in this very space, we analyzed the playoff hopes of four Northeast Division...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 20 March 2011 Tags: buffalo Sabres, playoff hopes
The NHL probably didn't want another tipping point in a season being defined by violent collisions. The league got one anyway, courtesy of Zdeno Chara's hit on Max Pacioretty. Now outsiders are bringing their own supplemental discipline. A bombshell was dropped on the NHL in Tuesday’s...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 13 March 2011 Tags: Chara hit, Max Pacioretty, 2011 Chara hit, Bruins, Canadiens, Habs
Why were Maple Leafs fans rooting for the Flyers on Saturday? Four Northeast teams have a chance at making the playoffs, and desperate times call for desperate measures. Early Saturday afternoon, Maple Leafs fans were in the unusual position of cheering on the Philadelphia Flyers. Philly...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 06 March 2011
Bryan Murray has embraced the fact that this season is beyond hope. The good news? The Senators' general manager is looking at a top-three pick and plenty of cap room come July 1. The past two weeks have put fans of the Ottawa Senators back into a familiar place: A construction zone. ...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 27 February 2011
GMs for the two teams bringing up the rear (finally) showed they are committed to rebuilding, while the division-leading Bruins feasted at the trade table. It’s been a long time coming, but at last three of the Northeast Division’s teams are retooling through trades. Most of...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 20 February 2011
A rivalry was renewed in the form of 182 penalty minutes between the Bruins and Canadiens on Wednesday. The aftermath included no supplemental discipline – just a French lesson. Two Northeast Division rivals showed their true colors on Wednesday. Much of the media attention has...
John Chidley-Hill | News/Northeast | Sunday, 13 February 2011

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