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East Division recap

  There is a glimmer of hope for the future after a long, disappointing season in Prince Albert. The Raiders have won five of their last six games and are showing signs that their recent struggles may be short-lived. Even the most ardent Raiders fan didn’t expect them to match […]

East Division recap

  The Regina Pats may be the best team in the CHL, but that doesn’t mean that they have any intention of getting complacent. Saturday, Connor Hobbs and Philip Ahl were healthy scratches as they were disciplined by Pats head coach/GM John Paddock for taking undisciplined penalties. The following night, […]

East Division update

The Western Hockey League trade deadline isn’t until Tuesday, Jan. 10, but teams in the East Division aren’t wasting any time in trying to build for a the present or for the future. Wyatt Sloboshan’s time away from Saskatchewan was brief as the former Saskatoon captain was dealt to the […]

East Division recap

There weren’t many who expected the Swift Current Broncos to have the seventh-best winning percentage at the mid-point of the Western Hockey League. Even Emanuel Viveiros, the Broncos’ first year general manager and head coach, didn’t expect his team to be this well established in the playoff race. “No, we’re […]

East Division recap

Trans-Canada clash The East Division went into the Western Hockey League’s holiday break with a slate of home-and-home contests between the division’s six teams. Topping the marquee was the battle between the rival Moose Jaw Warriors and Regina Pats who occupy the top two spots in the standings. The Warriors […]

East Division recap

The Saskatoon Blades swung a big deal Wednesday as the Western Hockey League headed towards it’s annual trade freeze. The Blades dealt their captain Wyatt Sloboshan, defenceman Nolan Reid and a third round pick to the Spokane Chiefs for defenceman Evan Fiala and centre Markson Bechtold. Bechtold is 20, which […]

East Division recap

Late-bloomers honoured Patience is a virtue — especially in junior hockey.  A pair of East Division teams were patient with young players who didn’t provide much in the way of early returns. This week, each earned honours: Regina’s Adam Brooks was named the WHL player of the month for November […]

East Division recap

Raiders not throwing in towel The changes in Prince Albert continued when the Raiders made the biggest trade of the Western Hockey League season immediately following their 4-2 loss to the Prince George Cougars. The Raiders dealt Brendan Guhle to the Cougars for 17-year-old defenceman Max Martin, 18-year-old left winger […]