Heading into the draft, the consensus was that American forward Jack Hughes and Finnish forward Kappo Kakko would go one and two at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft and then the Chicago Blackhawks would decide between American forward Alex Turcotte and Vancouver Giants defenseman Bowen Byram with the third overall pick.
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The day has finally come and gone. Bowen Byram’s draft day. Bowen Byram tied former Giant Evander Kane for the highest NHL draft pick in franchise history, as well as the fifth first-round pick in the Giants history, on Friday after the Colorado Avalanche made him the fourth overall selection in the […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Broncos claim Kustra off waivers, Oil Kings waive Russell, 43 players named to Hockey Canada’s Summer Development Camp
The Swift Current Broncos have claimed overage defenseman Jake Kustra off waivers from the Victoria Royals.
The Saskatoon Blades have signed forwards Brandon Lisowsky, Hayden Smith and goaltender Ethan Chadwick from their 2019 Bantam Draft Class.
The CHL handed out its annual awards on Saturday as part of the Memorial Cup festivities in Halifax. A total of 10 awards were handed out, five of which went to WHL players.
The historic 2018-19 season from Bowen Byram of the Vancouver Giants continued on Saturday morning, as he took home the CHL Top Prospect Award at the CHL Awards held in Halifax, Nova Scotia. “It’s a huge honour. There’s so many great players in the league, so many good prospects. To be […]
The Vancouver Giants acquired Jackson Shepard from the Lethbridge Hurricanes in exchange for a third-round pick in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft.
This is an ongoing series as we start the long road to the 2019-20 WHL season. We will be going in the order that teams were eliminated from contention. Keep in mind that the roster guesses vary because of information made available to us. We did our very best to […]
DUBNetwork’s own Stephen Hawco joined us looking at the Vancouver Giant’s playoff run, Prince Albert’s chances in Halifax, The G Men’s outlook for next season, and beyond
It all comes down to this. The winner nabs a ticket to the Memorial Cup in Halifax, the loser, goes home. Neither team will have reason to hang their head. The WHL playoffs are a marathon, not a sprint and as these players can attest it has been a grueling […]