Daily Dose of the Dub: Lineup notes, Milestones and more

Ice recall Bruce from NAX Midget Prep

The Winnipeg ICE recalled Skyler Bruce from NAX Midget Prep in the CSSHL. Bruce has played 10 games with Winnipeg this season and has not yet collected a point.

Ginnell missing for Chiefs

Brad Ginnell was missing from the Spokane Chiefs lineup on Saturday night for undisclosed reasons and it is not yet known if he will be available vs. Everett on Sunday.

Campbell, Gut won’t travel for Silvertips

Hunter Campbell (left Saturday in the second period) and Michal Gut (late scratch on Saturday) won’t travel with Everett for their game against Spokane on Sunday. That leaves them with just 10 forwards for a key divisional matchup.

Kisio breaks the franchise record for wins

Brent Kisio recorded his 189th win with the Lethbridge Hurricanes on Saturday putting him atop the franchise’s all-time wins list. He passes Bryan Maxwell who recorded 188 wins in 442 games as the Hurricanes coach.

Milestones

  • Lethbridge’s Oliver Okuliar, whose CHL career started in Sherbrooke in the QMJHL, recorded his 100th CHL point on Saturday.
  • Swift Current’s Erik Houk played in his 100th WHL game.

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Raphael presented with WHL Milestone Award

WHL Referee Sean Raphael was presented with the WHL’s Milestone Award on Saturday in Victoria. Raphael is in his 16th season in the dub, working over 650 regular-season games.

Geekie enters Checkers record books

Morgan Geekie (216 GP, 78 G, 124 A with the Tri-City Americans from 2013-18) has points in 13 straight games with the Charlotte Checkers, breaking the franchise record.

McMaster works 1000th professional game

Former Vancouver Giants equipment manager Jason McMaster worked his 1000th professional hockey game on Saturday with the Winnipeg Jets.

Three Stars

First Star: Red Deer’s Ethan Anders posted a 41-save shutout

Second Star: Regina’s Robbie Holmes had one goal and three assists.

Third Star: Everett’s Jake Christiansen tallied two goals and two assists

Honourable Mentions

Saskatoon’s Colton Dach and Tristen Robins matched each other with two goals and two assists. Winnipeg’s Michal Teply had two goals and one assist.

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