As far as the Western Hockey League’s East Division Hub Centre in Regina goes, it appears all systems are go. The teams began arriving on Saturday, have been isolating at the University of Regina dorms, and have undergone Covid testing this week. On a Zoom media availability on Thursday, Regina […]
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MEMORIAL CUPS, MARIO & NIGHTMARES: MOONLIGHTING, PART III With a complete absence of hockey right now at all levels, we present to you today many more hockey stories in Moonlighting, Part III, the final installment of our DUB Network series on famed SJHL, WHL, AHL, and NHL coach Lorne Molleken […]
1 – VIVE LAS VEGAS: It seemed nobody saw Monday’s news coming that the AHL’s Henderson Silver Knights have hired WHL great Emanuel Viveiros as the franchise’s first-ever head coach. The San Antonio Rampage were purchased by Black Knight Sports & Entertainment this winter and moved to the Las Vegas […]
In these uncertain times, there’s one thing you can take to the bank: Connor Bedard will, at one point or another, suit up for the Regina Pats wearing #98 and he will take the Western Hockey League by storm. The Western Hockey League’s first-ever Exceptional Player was drafted #1 overall […]
As the playoffs near, every point is valuable and the ICE left Regina Wednesday night with two in their back pocket. Winnipeg used their game-in-hand over Brandon, to pass Brandon in the standings. That currently gives Winnipeg home ice advantage in the first round over their provincial rivals in a […]
On Friday night in Saskatoon it only took 1:14 for Kyle Crnkovic to win the game for the Blades in overtime. On Saturday night in Regina it took 4:13 in the extra frame for Crnkovic to bury the winner. The goal capped off a two goal and two assist performance […]
The Highway 1 rivalry heated up on Tuesday evening. It was a spirited affair between the two non-playoff teams with the Pats prevailing 7-4. The game saw plenty of hits, goals, a couple fights and drama at the end of the game. Spencer Welke made his Pats debut on Tuesday […]
Kris Mallette is no longer the interim head coach of the Kelowna Rockets as the interim tag was removed from his job title on Monday.
Victoria’s Carson Miller was suspended for two games for this hit on Vancouver’s Alex Kannok Leipert.
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 […]