As we reported would happen, the Spokane Chiefs have officially signed 2019 first round import selection Lukas Parik.
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Daily Dose of the Dub: Cougars stick with Lamb as head coach, Pats re-acquire Holmes, Sapego signs with Marlies
The Prince George Cougars have removed the interim tag from General Manager Mark Lamb’s title as head coach, announcing that he will be returning behind the bench for the 2019-20 season.
The CHL handed out its annual awards on Saturday as part of the Memorial Cup festivities in Halifax. A total of 10 awards were handed out, five of which went to WHL players.
The Vancouver Giants acquired Jackson Shepard from the Lethbridge Hurricanes in exchange for a third-round pick in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft.
This is an ongoing series as we start the long road to the 2019-20 WHL season. We went in the order that teams were eliminated from contention. Keep in mind that the roster guesses vary because of information made available to us. We did our very best to capture all […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Raiders drop Memorial Cup Opener, Glass scores OT Winner in Calder Cup Playoffs
Raiders lose 4-1 to host Mooseheads at Memorial Cup Raiders fall in the opener of the 2019 #MemorialCup 4-1 to the Halifax Mooseheads. Shots finish 37-24 for them. The Raiders are off until Monday night when they take on the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies.#GoRaidersGo — Prince Albert Raiders (@PARaidersHockey) May 18, 2019 […]
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
The Kelowna Rockets have officially signed defenseman Sean Comrie to a standard Western Hockey League 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 […]