Volume 2: Puck Drop, at last. We’re back this week with a few tales from Medicine Hat and some other Western Hockey League musings… 1. The opening weekend sweep of the Red Deer Rebels will be very satisfying in the Gas City. The Tigers surprising third-period comeback from a […]
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The Medicine Hat Tigers scored early and often at the newly branded Co-Op Place, parlaying a 4-0 first period advantage into a 7-2 victory in its Western Hockey League home opener. Coming off a third period barrage in Red Deer the previous night, where the Tigers overcame a 4-1 […]
WHL announces pricing for WHL Live on CHL TV Welcome to the all-new WHL Live on CHL TV! DETAILS 📺 | https://t.co/dfNnoxaViz pic.twitter.com/iIRG5BW295 — The WHL (@TheWHL) February 24, 2021 After announcing there was going to be a new streaming service for fans to enjoy WHL LIVE, the Western […]
There was little surprise when Medicine Hat Tigers coach and general manager Willie Desjardins announced the overage group for the upcoming 24-game Western Hockey League season.
If there is a team in the Western Hockey League that would really like to see the clock turned back, it might very well be the Medicine Hat Tigers. Medicine Hat finished the abbreviated 2019-20 season with a 41-19-2-1 record, good for 85 points, second place in the Central […]
The 2019-20 WHL season came to an unexpected end with the outbreak of Covid-19 across North America and the world. That meant us at DUBNetwork had to scramble and put together our fourth annual awards. I reached out to our beat writers and those associated with the site and […]
It took extra time but the playoff-bound Medicine Hat Tigers pulled off their sixth straight win. “I think it was just a matter of playing the full sixty and wearing them down eventually. Obviously, it took overtime but I think it was just a matter of time before we just […]
For the first time since 2012, the Kamloops Blazers are B.C. Division Champions.
It was the Brett Kemp and Cole Sillinger show on Friday night at the Brandt Centre. Kemp had four goals, Sillinger assisted on the first two and he scored the third goal which ended up being the game-winner. The Tigers won handily 8-2 in front of 4489 fans. Penalties let […]
Moose Jaw Warriors defenseman Daemon Hunt was back in the lineup for the first time since December 3rd due to injury.