Moose Jaw Warriors defenseman Daemon Hunt was back in the lineup for the first time since December 3rd due to injury.
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The Medicine Hat Tigers have played 3,559 regular season WHL games, and Bob Ridley has called 3,558 of them. He spoke with us about the current group of Tigers, the return of Willie Desjardins, the 2007 WHL Championship team, driving the bus, & more
For most of the two days the Brandon Wheat Kings spent in the Gas City between games, they were treated to bright sunshine and mild November temperatures. However, as the Wheaties approached the Canalta Centre Tuesday to face the Tigers, snow was falling and a cold prairie wind was blowing […]
by Jonathan Hodgson He grew up listening to the great Danny Gallivan call Montreal Canadiens games as a youngster, and today Bob Ridley still credits the Hall of Fame voice of the Canadiens for planting a seed that grew into his love for hockey and passion for broadcasting. “My hero […]
Medicine Hat Tigers: Last Season: 35-27-4-2 (4th in Central Division) Despite a first-round playoff exit last season, the Medicine Hat Tigers were able to complete the regular season well above .500. There have been plenty of off-season adjustments, which we note later in this piece. For certain, the powers-that-be are […]
When the Medicine Hat Tigers announced Willie Desjardins would return to the organization as general manager and head coach, there was a definite buzz in the community. Indeed, a popular sporting figure will be back in the Gas City, ready to step behind the bench. Since that press conference at […]
Canada, Russia advance to semi-finals at U-18 World Championships, Czech Republic and Belarus go home
Canada has advanced to the U-18 World Championships semi-final with a 3-1 win over Latvia.
Hitmen clinch https://twitter.com/WHLHitmen/status/1103722059572494336?s=20 The Calgary Hitmen (36-22-5-1) are heading back to the playoffs after missing out last season for the first time in six seasons. The Hitmen currently sit in third in the Central Division, sitting four points behind Edmonton and Lethbridge who are tied for first place. Since coming […]
Ryan McCracken joins us discussing his new book: “2016-17, A season in photos” documenting a fun Medicine Hat Tigers team. We also touch on a few other WHL topics, including the trades Moose Jaw made recently. The book is available from the Medicine Hat News: 403 527 1101
We were lucky enough to have Bob Ridley stop by in the midst of his 48th season of calling the games for the Medicine Hat Tigers. We also look at the week that was in the WHL