Friday’s news that the MJHL season will not continue was a dagger to the hearts of Manitoba’s hockey communities. So many stories will never be told, from players who will never get to play their last year of Junior A to teams losing a real chance at a Turnbull […]
Tag: 2020-21 WHL Season
The Edmonton Oil Kings continue to shuffle things around on their roster in efforts to prepare for the 2020-21 WHL season, as they had a busy day on the trade front. Today the team announced that they have traded veteran defender Wyatt McLeod to the Saskatoon Blades in exchange […]
With the announcement that the WHL intends to play a 24-game schedule, many questions have arisen. As of right now, we know that the league is going to play a divisional only schedule with the hope of playoffs after to determine the WHL’s participant in the Memorial Cup. There […]
WHL plans to play 24 game season 24 game season announced by Western Hockey League 👤 | Paul Figler (@paul_figler) 📰 | https://t.co/iVUcpMTMEB #DUBNetwork #WHL #CHL #WHL pic.twitter.com/Lk4DCMXwKP — DUBNetwork (@dub_network) January 9, 2021 After the WHL Board of Governors convened on Friday, the league made an announcement regarding their […]
It was announced this evening that the Western Hockey League has committed to playing a 24 game season. The season will still require approvals from the six different health authorities consisting of the six regions the WHL plays in. It is believed that these approvals are coming in the near […]
There are new details emerging regarding the start of the 2020-21 WHL Regular season following a conference call with the WHL Commissioner, Ron Robison. The WHL and it’s member clubs are targeting a 50-game season with a firm starting date of January 8th, 2021. It was also announced today […]
This afternoon the Western Hockey League Board of Governors announced the WHL Regular Season is scheduled to commence on Friday, January 8, 2021. Included in the announcement were some changes to the format for the divisions. The East Division will now include the Swift Current Broncos, creating a seven-team division […]
As we first reported on Wednesday afternoon, the WHL has registered as a lobbyist in the province of B.C.
With the cancellation of the 2019-20 season well in the rear-view mirror, the WHL is looking ahead to the 2020-21 season. Lobbyist registration documents show the Western Hockey League registered as a lobbyist in B.C. seeking guidance from that provincial government on return to play guidelines on May 11th. […]
With the four Canadian provinces and two U.S. states revealing their re-opening plans to try to get to a new normal, we can start to figure out whether we will have WHL hockey in the 2020-21 season.