The Winnipeg ICE had goals from five different players to help pace them past the Lethbridge Hurricanes 5-2 and earn a weekend split. Just like Friday night, the ICE struck first and they did it early. Just 3:01 into the game Michael Milne created a turnover and finished it off […]
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The Winnipeg ICE recalled Skyler Bruce from NAX Midget Prep in the CSSHL.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Makaj leaves ICE for personal reasons, Winterhawks sign Tallman, Silvertips sign Hunchak and more
According to Winnipeg Free Press reporter Mike Sawatzky, goaltender Jesse Makaj has left the Winnipeg ICE organization for personal reasons.
The Lethbridge Hurricanes continued life without some of their top scorers in back-to-back games this past weekend. The three players away at the World Junior Championships have now returned, and the team made a trade that brought back a familiar face but also said goodbye to another. With just two […]
The Lethbridge Hurricanes welcomed back a couple of familiar faces Saturday night. Brett Davis made his home return to the Hurricanes lineup and former Hurricane D-Jay Jerome suited up for his new squad, the Swift Current Broncos. It was a big night from Davis who led the way with two […]
The Calgary Hitmen and captain Mark Kastelic made short work of overtime as just 18 seconds into the frame, the Arizona product buried his 20th of the season to lift the visitors to a 2-1 win over the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Brayden Peters was outstanding with 27 saves on the night […]
Welcome to the third edition of Thursday Thoughts. First of all, Happy New Year to everyone, and thanks for following along with us. World Junior rules vs. Canadian Hockey rules Nolan Foote has been assessed with a game misconduct after this hit on Kristian Kovacik. pic.twitter.com/sgxeH2EcJF — TSN (@TSN_Sports) January […]
Dino Kambeitz played the hero with his second goal of the night in overtime to help lift the Lethbridge Hurricanes over the division rival Calgary Hitmen. Kambeitz scored with two minutes remaining in the extra frame to cap a two-goal comeback for the hometown Hurricanes. Carl Tetachuk stopped 26-of-30 shots […]
While the intention wasn’t necessarily to elicit a state-of-the-union address, a quick chat in Lethbridge last weekend with Hurricanes general manager Peter Anholt certainly gleaned plenty to ruminate about. Alas, that’s generally been the case with Anholt, a junior hockey veteran who, in these days of seemingly contrived prepared statements, […]
The Lethbridge Hurricanes returned home for one game after a road trip that took them to Victoria, Vancouver, and Swift Current of all places. They welcomed the WHL leading Prince Albert Raiders to town for a showdown at the Enmax center before hitting the road again for a divisional matchup […]