The Edmonton Oil Kings have signed forward Jayden Henderson to a WHL Education Contract.
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Peyton Krebs scored his first goal of the season and it ended up being the game-winner on Wednesday night as the Winnipeg ICE doubled up the Swift Current Broncos, 4-2, inside the Wayne Fleming Arena. Fresh off a 7-3 loss the night prior, the Broncos hit the ice less than […]
The Brandon Wheat Kings treated their fans to a third period that most won’t forget on Tuesday night inside of Westoba Place. Brandon scored six goals in the final 20 minutes as they beat the visiting Swift Current Broncos, 7-3. In a game where Brandon trailed by two goals after […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Upsets at WHL Cup, Milestones around the WHL, McDonald breaks Oil Kings record and more
Team BC won’t be repeating as WHL Cup Champions after a tough 5-4 loss to Team Manitoba on Saturday in the semi-final.
Kirby Dach has been assigned to the Rockford IceHogs on a conditioning stint after being injured in the Chicago Blackhawks training camp.
Like every seasoned Western Hockey League player, Ryan Chyzowski maintains that glimmer of hope he is destined for a job in professional hockey. The 19-year-old forward enjoyed a taste of the National Hockey League lifestyle prior to the current WHL campaign, a free agent tryout with the Winnipeg Jets. But […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Brook off to Laval, Ostir retires from WHL, WHL hands out weekly awards and more
Hayden Ostir (195 GP, 29 G, 41 A with the Spokane Chiefs and Medicine Hat Tigers) has decided to retire from the WHL to focus on his education.
Medicine Hat Tigers: Last Season: 35-27-4-2 (4th in Central Division) Despite a first-round playoff exit last season, the Medicine Hat Tigers were able to complete the regular season well above .500. There have been plenty of off-season adjustments, which we note later in this piece. For certain, the powers-that-be are […]
The Ottawa Senators made 11 cuts yesterday which included sending Mads Sogaard back to the Medicine Hat Tigers and releasing Conner McDonald from his pro-tryout contract which allows him to return to the Edmonton Oil Kings for his overage season.
When the Medicine Hat Tigers announced Willie Desjardins would return to the organization as general manager and head coach, there was a definite buzz in the community. Indeed, a popular sporting figure will be back in the Gas City, ready to step behind the bench. Since that press conference at […]