Craig Peterson

Senior Writer


2022 Federal District Championships

December 5, 2022

Moscow wins two of three national tournaments in Russia; Central takes U15

Picks For Silver Sticks

November 24, 2022

One Team From Every Group With A Chance To Win The Tournament

Youth Hockey Rankings Updated

November 9, 2022

London Jr. Knights debut amongst the best teams in the world

Norrbotten Named National Champs

November 8, 2022

Love Härenstam helps team win TV-Pucken as top District in Sweden

Predictions For TV-Pucken

November 2, 2022

Players to watch and what District could come out on top in Sweden

Södertälje Takes Folke Filbyter

October 31, 2022

Jonathan Sandberg leads team to victory at top Swedish tournament

Going International with Sixty HD

October 24, 2022

Will send teams on European Tours to 2023 World Selects Invitational Events

Champions from the Drew Doughty

October 17, 2022

Little Caesars becomes just the second American team to win top-level Canadian tournament

Youth Hockey Rankings Updated

October 12, 2022

The Latest World Hockey Rankings are out, with plenty of news, notes and more to monitor

Swedish Standouts From TV-Pucken

September 16, 2022

Frondell, Ihs-Wozniak, Novotny lead all scorers after group play 

French Canada on the World Stage

September 12, 2022

Canada East Selects showcases the best that Quebec has to offer at World Selects Invitational

Top Players And Teams From The Brick

July 8, 2022

Midway through the tournament has seen plenty of standout performances and exciting action

Craig Peterson is the Digital Media Director and Senior Writer for World Hockey Hub. He has been with the website since its inception in November, 2020. Craig has covered hockey at all levels of the game, including youth, high school, college and professional. With nearly a decade of digital media experience, Craig’s coverage includes appearances on camera, radio, podcasts and in print. He’s interviewed the likes of Martin St. Louis, Jarome Iginla, Mark Howe, Dylan Larkin and Shane Wright. Craig’s sole motivation is to grow the game by covering amateur athletes the same way he’s reported on pros, providing a next-level experience in the process.