IIHF announces changes to World Juniors The 2021 #WorldJuniors will be played in a bubble without spectators in Edmonton🇨🇦, in 2022 with fans in Edmonton & Red Deer. The World Juniors in Gothenburg🇸🇪 will be moved to 2024. https://t.co/LIK2g8RYiG 📷 Codie McLachlan/CP/AP/Keystone pic.twitter.com/s3MO4Mc7n0 — IIHF (@IIHFHockey) September 17, 2020 […]
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Goaltender Todd Scott has left the Edmonton Oil Kings organization for personal reasons.
After a hot start to the season for Boston Bilous, the DUBNetwork’s Brandon Rivers sat down to interview Bilous last week about his development and mind-set going into this season. BR: How did it feel getting your first shutout of the year in Saskatoon? BB: We had a little sour […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: McGrew back to Spokane, Newkirk back to Portland, WHL teams make final cuts before opening day
The Washington Capitals have assigned Aliaksei Protas (Prince Albert Raiders), Eric Florchuk (Saskatoon Blades) and Alex Kannok-Leipert (Vancouver Giants) back to the WHL.
2018-19 Season: Record: 48-15-3-2, 1st in Western Conference Story of the Season: The Vancouver Giants came into the 2018-19 regular season with fairly high expectations after a seven-game elimination at the hands of the Victoria Royals in the opening round of the 2018 playoffs. Naturally, at the very least, a […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Pats and Blazers trim training camp rosters, Royals acquire Bryks, four teams sign prospects and more
The Regina Pats have trimmed their training camp roster to 28 players.
DUBNetwork’s own Stephen Hawco joined us looking at the Vancouver Giant’s playoff run, Prince Albert’s chances in Halifax, The G Men’s outlook for next season, and beyond
For the second consecutive season, the Ed Chynoweth Cup has been won by a Saskatchewan-based, Community-owned team as the Prince Albert Raiders defeated the Vancouver Giants 3-2 in Overtime thanks to a goal from mid-season acquisition and overage forward Dante Hannoun
It all comes down to this. The winner nabs a ticket to the Memorial Cup in Halifax, the loser, goes home. Neither team will have reason to hang their head. The WHL playoffs are a marathon, not a sprint and as these players can attest it has been a grueling […]
A few thoughts from an ink-stained, dog-eared notebook after witnessing an exciting evening at the Langley Events Centre. With its 1-0 victory over the Vancouver Giants, the Prince Albert Raiders are one victory away from claiming its first league title since 1985. Supporters of the Vancouver Giants proved they can […]