DUBNetwork’s game of the night: Kamloops Blazers @Portland Winterhawks 5pm PDT The Blazers end a grueling three-in-three stretch against all U.S. Division opponents on Sunday evening, hoping for their first win. On Friday at home they tied the game in the third period against Spokane but had Jake McGrew ruin […]
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The Portland Winterhawks (1-0-0-0) scored four goals in the second period to help propel them to a 6-1, home-opener victory over the Tri-City Americans (1-1-0-0). Portland came out ready to play in the first period as Cross Hanas scored his first of two goals only 2:21 into the first period. […]
Brandon Rivers, Josh Critzer, & Chad Balcom sat down looking at what the year may bring for your Portland Winterhawks: youth is served…
Portland Winterhawks Last Season: 40-22-3-3-86 points. The Portland Winterhawks finished third in the U.S. Division and made the playoffs for the 10th straight season. Joachim Blichfeld led the WHL in scoring with 114 points in his overage season to take home the Bob Clarke Trophy. Blichfeld, along with Winterhawks captain […]
(Kennewick, WA) Third-period goals from Gabe Klassen and Tyson Kozak fueled the Portland Winterhawks to a 4-3 victory over the Spokane Chiefs. With both the Winterhawks and Chiefs scratching enough talent to almost form another team, the team’s younger talent had an opportunity to showcase their skills. “This tournament is […]
With the 2019 edition of the Neely Cup (Portland Winterhawks Training Camp) almost upon us, we put together a Power Panel of Brandon Rivers, Josh Critzer, & Chad Balcom to get a feel for what to expect from the forward group in camp, & the upcoming WHL Season. We lead […]
For the first time since 1995, Canada did not take home the gold medal in summer U18 tournament action falling to Russia 3-2 on Saturday.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Hlinka Gretzky Cup updates, Cougars enter into partnership to develop local talent
Canada is off to the gold medal game of the Hlinka Gretzky Cup after a 3-2 shootout win against Sweden.
The Winnipeg ICE have filled out their coaching staff for the 2019/20 season as Josh Green (282 GP, 142 G, 136 A with the Medicine Hat Tigers, Swift Current Broncos and Portland Winterhawks) will be joining the organization.
Mike Coflin has a lot of roles for the Portland Winterhawks (Assistant to the GM/ Director of Scouting & Player Dev.) – He joined the show looking at the bantam draft, import draft, & beyond. Bonus audio from Josh Critzer speaking with Cross Hanas https://rallisoncellar.com/