Yes, you heard that right, your favourite CHL team will be getting a new jersey next year. Well, not officially. There are few things hockey fans get extremely excited and passionate about, one of those things is their team’s jersey. Some are sacred – see the classic lines of the […]
Neither the Kamloops Blazers nor the glass that lines the rink at the Sandman Centre was ready for the pressure of Game 6. The Victoria Royals brought the Blazers three-week thrill ride to a screeching halt with a 4-1 decision Monday night, when they eliminated their divisional rival from the […]
Wednesday night in Kamloops Kody McDonald was front and center in a heated exchange between the benches with Kamloops’ Zane Franklin. This is the McDonald match penalty for attempting to injure. I thought he narrowly missed Toledo when it happened, but he definitely got him. Wow. Thankful no one was […]
The Western Hockey League playoffs began on Friday and for only the second time in 25 years, the Kelowna Rockets are on the outside looking in. The Rockets last missed out on qualifying for the post-season during the 2006-07 campaign when it finished with a record of 22-41-5-4, good for […]
Dylan Garand’s recent run is stirring up flashbacks to another 16-year-old goalie from the Blazers glory days.
The big question will be answered shortly: who deserves to win the WHL Lottery the most?
Welcome to the Inaugural WHL Lottery Prognostication, where I will scientifically determine who should win the upcoming lottery!
As per WHL sources including Prince George Cougars General Manager Mark Lamb, 2004-born generational talent Matthew Savoie has been denied exceptional status in the Western Hockey League. On the same day that Shane Wright received the honour of exceptional status in the Ontario Hockey League, Savoie has been denied the […]
A change of heart allowed the Seattle Thunderbirds to recruit Roddy Ross and turn their season around.
Every player has their own path in hockey. Day in and day out, players are traded called up or sent down, players are given contracts or cut. There are youth teams, professional teams, university teams, and Junior teams. I’ve seen players go from High School hockey to NCAA and to […]