The Brandon Wheat Kings really showed what they were made of this season from December 30 until January 24 when they won 10 straight games. They extended their point streak to 11 games in a 6-5 overtime loss against the Lethbridge Hurricanes on January 25. During that time, the […]
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The start of the 2019-2020 Western Hockey League season was an exciting moment for all junior hockey fans across the country. Understandably so — the game so many Canadians love was back — and the talent across the league was in a great place. On another exciting note, the […]
To be the best, it’s rather simple — you have to beat the best. That’s something that the Brandon Wheat Kings did on Friday night when they welcomed the Edmonton Oil Kings to town. Backed by a two-goal performance from Connor Gutenberg, Brandon nipped Edmonton, 5-2. That was a battle […]
The Brandon Wheat Kings’ season has been one of ups and downs, peaks and valleys if you will, as most teams experience throughout the grind of a Western Hockey League season. One of the toughest stretches Brandon has gone through this season — at least in terms of losses […]
If you want to stay near the top of your division, picking up wins against divisional opponents is massive. On Wednesday night in Saskatoon, the Brandon Wheat Kings did just that in a matchup with the Blades. In a game that featured solid performances for a few Wheat Kings, Brandon […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: O’Leary and King extended; Sillinger out for this weekend; McMillen called up and more
Warriors extend O’Leary, King and look to add another assistant NEWS: General Manager Alan Millar has announced that Head Coach Mark O'Leary & Assistant Coach Scott King have signed multi-year contract extensions DETAILS: https://t.co/Z1mArgFD2y pic.twitter.com/gGBr63ZVBz — Moose Jaw Warriors (@MJWARRIORS) January 30, 2020 The Moose Jaw Warriors today announced that […]
It’s the triumphant return of Overreaction Monday. This is where I take a look at the past week’s action and… well, overreact a bit. Sometimes it may be a fairly obvious point I am making and sometimes you will think I’m off my rocker. It is meant to be fun […]
The Kelowna Rockets announced that forward Liam Kindree has undergone surgery to repair a broken collarbone and will be re-evaluated in 10 weeks’ time.
Daily Dose of the Dub: 51 WHLers named to NHL Central Scouting Rankings, Discipline handed out to Blazers, Rockets Silvertips
The NHL Central Scouting Bureau has released its midseason rankings for the 2020 NHL Entry Draft and a total of 51 WHL players have made this list.
The Victoria Royals pulled off one of the bigger moves the WHL has seen in recent memory