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© 2019 by Charlie Teljeur 

what they're saying

“I have enjoyed Charlie’s work as a cartoonist and filmmaker for a long time.  He has an ability to find humour in a game we often take far too seriously. His takes are original and funny.  His creativity is a gift to hockey.

~ James Duthie, The Sports Network (TSN) Host

"Charlie Teljeur is multi-talented. Great writer, terrific illustrator with a wicked wit to boot."

~ Roy MacGregor, Author, Globe and Mail Columnist

"Charlie just gets the nuances of sport that go well beyond the game. What more can I say?"


~ Bob McKenzie - TSN Hockey Insider

"Charlie was a pioneer of the digital toon -- his sports cartoons helped set apart from the competition in its formative years. He’s expanded his horizons since then, but some things never change: his artistic talent, his irreverence, his wit. Charlie knows how to come oh-so-close to crossing the line and making us laugh at the same time."

~ Andrew Lundy, Canadian Press, Former Senior Producer CBC Sports

“As a longtime subscriber to The Hockey News, I was well aware of Charlie Teljeur's cartoons, so when i was putting together the Hockey Hall of Fame's annual LEGENDS Magazine, I thought it would be wonderful to explore the history of hockey through cartoons. It was a great article, and I most certainly had to include Charlie's wit and talent in the piece. Since then, I've been even more of a Charlie fan, and always look forward to seeing his clever work.”

~ Kevin Shea, Hockey Hall of Fame, Editor of Online Publications

"Charlie can combine an often rare balance of being humorous, but he can also be serious, understanding sports at another level. He can make you laugh, but he also can make you think."


~ Scott Morrison, Sportsnet/Hockey Night In Canada

“Charlie is flat-out funny. He knows how to subtly zing in words and images. Makes me laugh virtually every time.”

~ Jason Kay, The Hockey News