Blazers clinch B.C. Divison
— Kamloops Blazers (@blazerhockey) March 8, 2020
For the first time since 2012, the Kamloops Blazers are B.C. Division Champions.
Herauf, Oliver, Yoder back for Royals
— Victoria Royals (@victoriaroyals) March 8, 2020
The Victoria Royals appear to be getting healthy just in time for a playoff run as Jacob Herauf, Kaid Oliver and Ty Yoder all returned on Saturday night.
Hrabik returns for Americans
We C someone is back tonight 👀
Scratches: Brown, Bouchard, Lambert, Daniel
— Tri-City Americans (@TCAmericans) March 8, 2020
Krystof Hrabik was back in the lineup for the Tri-City Americans after being on the sidelines with an injury. Meanwhile, Connor Bouchard and Edge Lambert did not suit up for the Americans.
Brondberg, Ludvig draw back in for Winterhawks
Home Ice Game Day!
— Portland Winterhawks (@pdxwinterhawks) March 7, 2020
Jonas Brondberg and Johnny Ludvig drew back in for Portland on Saturday night.
Buskey, Carrier return for Pats
Tonight's lineup for @mosaicincanada for the Pats at home to Saskatoon!
— Regina Pats (@WHLPats) March 7, 2020
Goaltender Donovan Buskey was between the pipes and Cole Carrier was available and in the lineup for Saturday’s matchup vs. the Saskatoon Blades.
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Atchison, Kral scratched for Chiefs
Chiefs' lineup at @WHLHitmen tonight!
Cunningham, Atchison, Reller, Kral#GoChiefsGo
— Spokane Chiefs (@spokanechiefs) March 8, 2020
Erik Atchison and Filip Kral were not in the lineup for the Chiefs on Saturday for undisclosed reasons.
Ladyman, McMaster out for ICE
Here is tonight’s Winnipeg ICE projected line up ⤵️⤵️
Box office opens in 10 minutes and we got a good one for you tonight! pic.twitter.com/NX1tlBtd61
— x – Winnipeg ICE (@WHLWpgICE) March 7, 2020
Mike Ladyman and Anson McMaster did not play for the Winnipeg ICE vs. the Moose Jaw Warriors on Saturday.
Vrooman honoured with WHL DIstinguished Service Award
Long-time @pdxwinterhawks play-by-play voice Dean “Scooter” Vrooman has been presented w/ the WHL Distinguished Service Award.
— The WHL (@TheWHL) March 8, 2020
Dean “Scooter” Vrooman, longtime play by play man for the Portland Winterhawks, was honoured with the WHL’s Distinguished Service Award on Saturday.
- Calgary’s Rory Neill scored his first WHL goal.
- Medicine Hat’s Brett Kemp tallied his 100th WHL assist.
- Prince George’s Illijah Colina played in his 200th WHL game.
- Seattle’s Cade McNelly played in his 100th WHL game.
- Vancouver’s Drew Sim started his first WHL game on Saturday. Justin Sourdif tallied his 100th WHL point.
- Victoria’s Nolan Bentham scored his first WHL goal.
- Winnipeg’s Gage Alexander recorded his first career
Three Stars of the Night
First Star: Saskatoon’s Kyle Crnkovic scored twice and added two assists
Second Star: Spokane’s Leif Mattson matched Crnkovic with two goals and two assists of his own
Third Star: Medicine Hat’s Mads Sogaard made 36 saves on 37 shots.
-Colina was assessed a five minute major and a game misconduct for boarding in the third period of Prince George’s win.