The Regina Pats 2019-20 season came to an end last week when the WHL announced the cancellation of the remaining regular season games. With a record of 21-34-6-2, Regina finished with 50 points, 23 points back of Saskatoon for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Days after […]
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The Portland Winterhawks have officially been awarded the Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy as the WHL Regular Season champions.
The Vancouver Giants have signed 2002-born Kadyn Chabot from the AJHL’s Drayton Valley Thunder.
Saskatoon came out of the gates with two quick goals to propel themselves to their first win over Regina this season, 6-3 on Friday night. Pats head coach Dave Struch was not impressed by the start from his team. “(The) first 10 minutes our top guys were sleeping, that can’t […]
The Pats are currently riding a five game win streak, their best stretch in two seasons. The team had not won more than three games in a row since they won seven in March of 2018. The team is riding a wave of confidence, they have beaten teams ahead in […]
The Victoria Royals pulled off one of the bigger moves the WHL has seen in recent memory
Today the Regina Pats announced the trade of starting goalie Max Paddock to the Prince Albert Raiders. In return the Pats receive 17-year-old forward Jakob Brook, a second round pick in the 2020 WHL Bantam Draft and a conditional third round pick in 2022. Conditions on the third round pick […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: WHL hands out three suspensions, World Junior Updates, Toder leaves Hitmen and more
Prince Albert Raiders forward Jakob Brook served a one-game suspension for a checking from behind penalty Saturday against Saskatoon.
Over the past two weeks, the Raiders have made multiple moves while remaining unbeaten in regulation. First, the Raiders moved 20-year-old defenseman Max Martin to Kamloops for a second-round selection in this year’s bantam draft. The Raiders were forced to move a 20-year-old as the new captain of the Raiders, […]
The Lethbridge Hurricanes announced Jacob Boucher has been shut down for the season due to an upper-body injury suffered last weekend against the Medicine Hat Tigers.