Daily Dose of the Dub: Chiefs sign Friedt-Mohr, ICE recall Danis and more

Chiefs sign Freidt-Mohr 

The Spokane Chiefs have signed defenseman Chase Friedt-Mohr to a WHL Education Contract. The 2003-born blueliner was drafted by the Chiefs in the fifth round of the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft. He’s captaining the SMHL’s Prince Albert Mintos this season and has seven goals and 18 assists through 26 games.

ICE recall Danis from Blues

The Winnipeg ICE have recalled Logan Danis from the MJHL’s Winnipeg Blues. Danis started the year with the ICE playing in 15 games with one goal and two assists before being sent to the Blues. With the Blues, he’s played five games notching three goals and three assists.

Raiders issue warning to fans

The Prince Albert Raiders have issued a warning to fans through a letter in the “Prince Albert Raider Talk” Facebook group. The letter says the club has recently experienced complaints of inappropriate behaviour from some members of the fan base including foul language and threatening behaviour. The team says any reported incidents will be met with a verbal warning with any recurring incidents resulting in immediate expulsion from the arena.

Weekly CHL Rankings released

Everett is once again at the top of the rankings among WHL clubs coming in at the #4 spot. Prince Albert is close behind in at #6 while Portland has leapfrogged Medicine Hat into the #8 spot. Medicine Hat remains in the #9 spot and Edmonton has earned honourable mention.

Giants get new numbers

Recently-acquired Vancouver Giants Tyler Preziuso and Trevor Longo are switching from the numbers they wore in their Vancouver debuts last Sunday. Preziuso is switching from #14 to #11 while Longo is switching from #2 to #4.

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  • Kelowna’s Mark Liwiski played his 100th WHL game.
  • Red Deer’s Jace Isley scored his first WHL goal
  • Swift Current’s Caleb Wyrostok scored in his WHL debut.
  • Winnipeg’s Chase Bertholet made his WHL debut while Cole Muir played his 150th WHL game.

Canada wins 4-3 in exhibition game over USports All-Stars

Canada defeated the USports All-Star team 4-3 on Wednesday evening in a World Juniors pre-tournament game. Kelowna’s Nolan Foote and Vancouver’s Bowen Byram each recorded a goal while Brandon’s Braden Schneider and Winnipeg’s Peyton Krebs potted assists. Portland’s Joel Hofer made 13 saves on 15 shots in 32 minutes of action.

Warriors announce Hall of Fame inductees

The Moose Jaw Warriors have announced that Harlan AndersonChris Armstrong, and Lorne Humphries will be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame.

Anderson played with the Warriors from 1999-2003 suiting up for 258 games and tallying 32 goals and 107 assists. In his final season with the Warriors, he was named the 19th captain in franchise history. Armstrong was a Warrior from the 1991-92 season until 1994-1995 playing in 240 games with 41 goals and 151 assists. He ranks third all-time in defenseman scoring for the Warriors. Meanwhile, Humphries was known for his off-ice contributions as part of the group responsible for bringing the Warriors to Moose Jaw.

IceMen sign Harrison

The Jacksonville IceMen have signed Chase Harrison (240 GP, 17 G, 94 A with the Regina Pats from 2013-17) for the rest of the 2019-20 season. He started the year in Romania with ASC Corona Brasov where he had one goal and eight assists in 18 games.

Troubling Moment

Red Deer’s Blake Gustafson could be facing supplemental discipline for this cross-check on Lethbridge’s Nick Dorrington. He was given a five-minute major and game misconduct for the incident.

Three Stars:

First Star: Medicine Hat’s Ryan Chyzowski had a three-goal game

Second Star: Medicine Hat’s Brett Kemp had three goals and one assist.

Third Star: Winnipeg’s Connor McClennon had two goals

Honourable Mentions

Medicine Hat’s Cole Sillinger had one goal and four assists, Kamloops’ Orrin Centazzo had two goals and Lethbridge’s Justin Hall had a goal and two assists.

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