Daily Dose of the Dub: Rockets secure ice into June for possible Memorial Cup, more teams announce canceled games ticket policy and more

Rockets secure ice into June for possible Memorial Cup 

As reported by TSN’s Bob McKenzie, the Kelowna Rockets have secured ice into June for a possible Memorial Cup Tournament and are also looking at hotel blocks. B.C.’s Public Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry has put a ban on events with greater than 50 people until the end of May but that could be revised, canceled or extended. Currently, the Memorial Cup is currently slated to begin on May 22nd and runs until May 31st in Kelowna.

Chiefs, Pats, Raiders announce ticket policy for canceled games

 

The Spokane Chiefs, Regina Pats and Prince Albert Raiders are the latest teams to update their fans on their policy for tickets to canceled games.

Blazers’ Garand now holds franchise record for goals-against-average in a season

Kamloops Blazers goaltender Dylan Garand has posted the lowest GAA in a season for the Blazers with a 2.21 GAA through 42 games this season. He breaks the record previously held by Kenric Exner who posted a 2.31 GAA in 1998-1999

ICE hand out Community Service Award

Dawson Barteaux, Reece Harsch, Liam Hughes, and Nolan Orzeck have all been named co-winners of the Winnipeg ICE’s community service award.

Feser signs on with new German team

Justin Feser (351 GP, 155 G, 198 A with the Tri-City Americans from 2008-13) has signed with Ingolstadt in Germany for 2020-21. In 2019-20 he played for Fischtown Pinguins Bremerhaven in Germany scoring 17 goals and 15 assists in 52 games.

Senkerik signs extension in the Czech Republic

Petr Senkerik (62 GP, 5 G, 15 A with the Kootenay ICE and Prince George Cougars from 2009-2010) has signed a one-year contract extension with Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic for the 2020-21 season. In 49 games this season he potted five goals and 20 assists.

Springer announces retirement

Linden Springer (62 GP, 3 G, 3 A with the Prince George Cougars and Portland Winterhawks from 2010-13) announced his retirement from hockey on Thursday at the age of 25. After graduating from the junior hockey ranks, Springer spent two years at Lakehead University in Ontario before heading to Europe to play two seasons with the Manchester Storm and one season with the Glasgow Clan.

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