The Danish Ice Hockey Union has extended the contract of women's national team head coach Fredrik Glader for a second season.
The 16th edition of the International Ice Hockey Federation's Development Camp has drawn to a close in Vierumaki in Finland.
Canada's Greg Johnson, a member of the ice hockey team that won the Olympic silver medal at Lillehammer 1994, has died at the age of only 48.
Alexei Kudashov has been appointed to replace Ilya Vorobyov as head coach of the Russian men's ice hockey team.
The International Ice Hockey Federation's (IIHF) Asian Women's Camp took place at the Malaysia National Ice Skating Centre in capital city Kuala Lumpur.
Daniela Diaz has been promoted to the new role of manager of the women's national teams and development as part of a reshuffle at the Swiss Ice Hockey Federation (SIHF).
Ice Hockey UK has announced that more than 30 teams at senior and under-16 level will compete in the 2019-2020 season in the newly-branded Women’s National Ice Hockey League (WNIHL).
Canada's double Olympic gold medallist Roberto Luongo has retired after admitting he can no longer cope with the physical demands of ice hockey.
Four-times World Championship medallist Miroslav Šatan has been elected President of the Slovak Ice Hockey Federation (SZĽH) for the next three years.
Kenya hosted the inaugural Madaraka Day Cup in Nairobi, marking another milestone for ice hockey in the country.
Four-times Olympic gold medallist Hayley Wickenheiser has become just the seventh woman to be inducted into the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto as one of six newly-elected members.
The World Cup of Hockey moved one step closer to a revival after National Hockey League (NHL) commissioner Gary Bettman admitted he was open to the idea.
The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) has announced that whoever serves as President will in future not be an employee of the governing body.
Ice hockey player Lukasz Bartak has been handed an 18-month doping ban by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF).
The Finnish Ice Hockey Association (FIHA) has signed a six-season deal with media group Discovery for the rights to more than 200 national team matches per year from the 2020-2021 campaign.