The Calgary Hitmen clinched their spot in this year’s playoffs with a 6-4 win over the Kamloops Blazers.
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First of all, I need to start with an apology. I’ve been away with my ankle surgery and have not made the time to do this article. Things have been busy with some changes happening around DUBNetwork one of which includes adding a scouting division. If you are interested […]
Edition two of “Hawco’s Giant Thoughts” is here and the Vancouver Giants are still winning hockey games. More importantly, divisional games. If you missed the pilot edition of this column that I posted last week, you can read it here. Since last week’s “Thoughts”, the Giants won two games, both […]
The Giants just keep on rollin’. Vancouver’s winning streak is now at six games after an impressive 7-3 win over the division-leading Kamloops Blazers — their third win in as many meetings. With Everett losing, Vancouver holds the longest active win streak in the WHL. Coming into the teams’ seventh […]
Overreaction of the week: the Spokane Chiefs and Vancouver Giants are going to go on late season rolls. Two of the most puzzling teams this season in the WHL’s Western Conference are the B.C. Division’s Vancouver Giants and the U.S. Division’s Spokane Chiefs. Both were expected by this writer to […]
With the dust beginning to settle hours after the fact, the Blazers might best describe Saturday’s game as a series of unfortunate events. Perhaps that will depend on the severity of the injury to Blazers’ starting goaltender Dylan Garand which ultimately overshadowed a 3-2 loss on home ice to the […]
Red Deer Rebels forward Jaxsen Wiebe was suspended for one game for this knee-on-knee hit against Winnipeg on Friday night.
The WHL announced the full schedule for the first-ever WHL U.S. Challenge Cup set to take place next month.
The Vancouver Giants hosted the division-leading Kamloops Blazers for the first time of the 2019/20 season, with the visiting team earning a 4-0 decision. Both squads entered Sunday afternoon on the tail end of a three-in-three with two wins each. It was clear Vancouver’s previous two games, a home-and-home against […]
After suffering back-to-back defeats on home ice for the first time all season, the Blazers put a stake in the ground and knocked off the Vancouver Giants 2-1 in overtime on Friday evening. When it was all said and done, the shot clock favoured the home team by a count […]