Koch signs with Alder Mannheim Davis Koch (319GP, 91G, 164A with Edmonton and Vancouver) has signed with Alder Mannheim of the DEL, Germany’s top professional hockey league. The deal also includes a loan to Heilbronner Falken of the DEL2. Last season with Heilbronner Falken, the Surrey, BC native scored […]
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2003 – Rockets sweep Giants After keeping things close in the past two games since the 10-0 blowout in Game 1, the Giants were hoping to avoid getting swept on home ice. The powerful Rockets had other ideas, giving themselves a 4-0 lead after 40 minutes. Vancouver finally found […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Olson to Rochester, not Tri-City, Americans, Foote returns to Kelowna and more
Despite not being drafted or signed by the Buffalo Sabres, Tri-City Americans forward Kyle Olson has earned a spot on the training camp roster of the AHL’s Rochester Americans.
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: Training Camp Updates, three teams sign prospects, Rebels and Thunderbirds make trade and more
The Prince Albert Raiders have signed 2019 CHL Import Draft pick Ivan Kechkin to a WHL Player Agreement.
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 […]
If you had told people after Game Three of the Prince Albert-Vancouver series that we would be seeing a Game Seven you would have been called crazy, but that is exactly what is happening after a 4-2 win for the Vancouver Giants over the Prince Albert Raiders on Sunday night.
Franchise Playoff History: The 2019 WHL Final will be the first postseason meeting ever between the two franchises, with just three Finals appearances between the two teams. The Raiders have been to one championship series since joining the WHL from the SJHL for the 1982-83 season when they won both […]
The Kelowna Rockets have extended assistant coach Kris Mallette through the 2020-21 season.