DubNetwork’s Second Star of the Month for November, James Hamblin posted an impressive 24 points (11 G, 13 A) with the Medicine Hat Tigers in just 12 games this month.
Tag: Joel Hofer
The Portland Winterhawks are in Prince George preparing to begin their first of four straight games against the Cougars. Mike Johnston and the young Winterhawks just concluded a two game series, and completed their regular season series, with the Kamloops Blazers. Portland left Kamloops, British Columbia, with two points after […]
The Portland Winterhawks face the Prince George Cougars for the next 4 games, in a “mini-playoff” series. We spoke with PG’s PXP man Fraser Rodgers about how the Cougars have looked so far this season, and more
Hockey Canada released the 31-player roster for their selection camp set to begin next Monday in Oakville, Ontario. Of the 31 players on the roster, the following eight players were selected from the WHL. Invitees Joel Hofer, Portland Winterhawks From Winnipeg, Manitoba, the 2000-born goaltender is in his third full […]
A burden or gift, large or small, Saturday night at the Sandman Centre was full of spectators and participants who carried some kind of weight with them. To suggest that the 5,026 fans were anxious to relieve some of that pressure would be an understatement — that much was obvious […]
Today’s DUBNetwork game of the day is an afternoon tilt between Central Division powerhouses the Edmonton Oil Kings (15-6-4-2) and the Calgary Hitmen (14-6-2-1). The front runners for the Central Division crown are packed in tight, with first through fourth separated by just seven points. The Oil Kings hold the […]
Friday night’s game between the Blazers and visiting Portland Winterhawks was touted as a marquee matchup between two of the top three teams in the Western Conference. After a combined 18 goals in the two previous bouts, the first 20 minutes provided just one goal and only a handful of […]
Portland Winterhawks defenseman Jonas Brondberg will join Denmark for their selection camp ahead of the 2020 World Juniors.
Tonight’s DUBNetwork.ca game of the night sees two of the top three teams in the Western Conference do battle. The Portland Winterhawks (15-5-1-2) visit the B.C. Division-leading Kamloops Blazers (16-9-0-0) for the first of two straight. The two teams split the two games down in Portland, each winning by one […]
We spoke about the recent success the Winterhawks have been experiencing, despite a rash of key injuries. We also looked back at the Saskatoon and Everett games, and previewed the Kamloops / Prince George trip https://rallisoncellar.com/