Gut & Peterek removed from Czech Republic roster
12 players cut from Czech WJC camp:
F Jan Bambula
F Jaroslav Brož
F Michal Gut (injury)
F Radek Mužík
F František Řehák
F Jonáš Peterek
F Zdeněk Sedlák
F David Vitouch
D František Klejna
D Stanislav Svozil
D Jan Štibingr
G Daniel Dvořák
Here’s the current roster: pic.twitter.com/Xna3FxEyO6
— Czech Prospects (@CZprospects) December 13, 2019
Michal Gut (Everett Silvertips) and Jonas Peterek (Calgary Hitmen) have been removed from the Czech Republic roster ahead of the 2020 World Juniors. It’s worth noting that Gut did not attend camp with the Czech Republic as he was dealing with an injury suffered last Friday.
Swiss return Baragano to Blazers
D Inaki Baragano has been returned back to the Blazers from the Swiss National Junior Team selection camp. He has re-joined the team for the weekend. pic.twitter.com/3goQcHtVz7
— Kamloops Blazers (@blazerhockey) December 13, 2019
Inaki Baragano has been returned to the Kamloops Blazers after attending selection camp with Switzerland ahead of the 2020 World Juniors. He was back in the Blazers lineup on Friday night against Saskatoon and had two shots on goal.
World Junior Divison 1A Update
- Medicine Hat’s Mads Sogaard was named Denmark’s Player of the Game in a 1-0 shutout loss to Norway
- Prince Albert’s Aliaksei Protas scored once while Ilya Usau added an assist for Belarus.
Pats recall Zonneveld
— Regina Pats (@WHLPats) December 13, 2019
The Regina Pats have recalled defenseman Steven Zonneveld from the Drumheller Dragons of the AJHL. The 18-year-old defenseman played 42 games with the Pats last season and tallied a goal and six assists. He played 24 games with Drumheller this year scoring two goals and adding seven assists.
Cougars release Ziemmer from the active roster
— PG Cougars (@PGCougars) December 13, 2019
The Prince George Cougars have released Koehn Ziemmer from the active roster after one game with the club. He’ll return St. Albert Raiders of the AMHL where he has 10 goals and six assists in 15 games.
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Rockets list Cousins
🚨🚨TEAM NEWS🚨🚨 Captain Scott Cousins has officially been listed by the @Kelowna_Rockets of @TheWHL! Scott has put up 39pts (20🚨/19🍏) in just 14 games!Congrats Scotty on this accomplishment. 🏒🥅@BCHockey_Source #DefendTheNorth #CaribooHockey pic.twitter.com/HU4fbPyVOJ
— Cariboo Cougars Minor Midget Hockey Club (@CC_MinorMidget) December 13, 2019
The Kelowna Rockets have added Cariboo Cougars Minor Midget captain Scott Cousins to the team’s protected list. He has 20 goals and 19 assists in 14 games.
- Everett’s Carter Halamandaris made his WHL debut after being recalled from the Winnipeg WIld where he has 16 goals and 14 assists in 25 games.
- Seattle’s Jordan Gustafson and Spencer Penner made their WHL debuts after being recalled from their respective club teams.
Teddy Bear Toss
- Brandon’s Ridly Greig scored the Teddy Bear Toss goal at 2:59 of the first period in an 11-1 romping of the Moose Jaw Warriors.
Byblow receives WHL Milestone Award
Prior to tonight's game in Saskatoon, WHL Referee Adam Byblow was presented with the WHL Milestone Award.
— The WHL (@TheWHL) December 14, 2019
WHL Referee Adam Byblow received the WHL’s Milestone award prior to Friday’s Kamloops-Saskatoon game. Byblow has officiated over 650 WHL games in his 21 seasons around the WHL.
Three Stars of the Night
First Star: Brandon’s Luka Burzan had a hat-trick and added three assists
Second Star: Kamloop’s Orrin Centazzo had two goals and one assist.
Third Star: Brandon’s Ridly Greig also had two goals and one assist.
Red Deer’s Arshdeep Bains, Brandon’s Cole Reinhardt, and Victoria’s Gary Haden each had two goals.