With the early conclusion of the 2019-20 WHL season, many fans are left questioning which team would have been sitting atop the standings at the end of the full regular season, the Portland Winterhawks or Everett Silvertips. Instead, I am wondering how the 2019-20 Portland Winterhawks compare to the […]
When the Kelowna Rockets hit the ice Sept. 21 against the Spokane Chiefs to open the 2019-20 Western Hockey League season, there was a tremendous amount of excitement. It wasn’t just the usual opening night, fired-up fan base. No way. This was different. This was next level, off-the-charts anticipation […]
When Adam Foote took the reins behind the Kelowna Rockets bench last October, it’s safe to say the team was in some disarray. Indeed, at 4-10, the perennially successful organization appeared adrift in uncharted waters. The situation on the ice gradually improved, but the early season swoon proved too much […]
We’re on the road to the Memorial Cup and we can see the destination quickly approaching with the tournament kicking off on Friday in Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Western Hockey League playoffs began on Friday and for only the second time in 25 years, the Kelowna Rockets are on the outside looking in. The Rockets last missed out on qualifying for the post-season during the 2006-07 campaign when it finished with a record of 22-41-5-4, good for […]
Bruce Hamilton is best known these days as the owner and general manager of Kelowna Rockets of the Western Hockey League. Perennially a top team in the WHL, the Rockets have struggled this season to a 12-15-2 record through early December. What many current WHL followers may not know about […]
The two top picks by the Blades in the 2016 draft have helped turn around their franchise.
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This is part of a three part series on DUBNetwork highlighting each of the three options for hosting the Memorial Cup in 2020. I am not going to make a case here for the Lethbridge Hurricanes as a team to win the vote this week on hosting the Memorial Cup […]
This is part of a three part series on DUBNetwork highlighting each of the three options for hosting the Memorial Cup in 2020. We will be running our articles in the same order the teams will be presenting their bids at the Board of Governors meeting on Wednesday: Kamloops, Kelowna, […]