The Internet is a burgeoning platform full of historical hockey data, statistics, milestones and awards compilations. Frankly, it’s all great information, but it can make one’s head spin, too. There can also be much, much more than what initially meets the eye. Type in “Bobby Fox” and the information […]
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There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the 2020-21 WHL season as a whole. Will it start on time? Will it happen at all? Will import players be able to come back to North America? It will be a while before we get any clarity on these three questions […]
Makai Mitchell was back in the lineup for the Regina Pats on Tuesday night sooner than many thought possible after he was injured in a game against the Everett Silvertips.
The Winnipeg ICE had a great start of the game against the Medicine Hat Tigers on Wednesday night as the club continued a nine-game homestand. However, the offensively gifted Medicine Hat Tigers caught fire in the final 40 minutes as they earned a convincing 4-1 against the ICE. Despite getting […]
Prince Albert’s Aliaksei Protas scored two goals and two assists to secure bronze for Belarus.
The Medicine Hat Tigers produced a fast-paced, high-pressure performance that netted the hosts three quick goals in the third period and a 5-3 win over a game Saskatoon Blades team Saturday at Canalta Centre. The fact it took a couple of periods to impose the effort on the visitors was […]
The Medicine Hat Tigers have enjoyed a few days off this past week after a four-game home stand that saw the team come up with three wins. A pair of the victories came against two of the top teams in the Western Hockey League’s eastern conference – the Edmonton Oil […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Blazers send Zazula to Americans, Tracey signs with Ducks, World Junior Roster announcements and more
The Kamloops Blazers have traded defenseman Luke Zazula to the Tri-City Americans for a second and third-round pick in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft.
On an evening that saw multiple shifts in momentum between two high-octane offences, it was only appropriate that the 4,833 spectators inside the Sandman Centre broke out in a spontaneous wave with minutes remaining in the third period. Saturday night’s affair brought in the second-largest crowd of the Blazers’ nine […]
The Medicine Hat Tigers waltzed into Prospera Place Friday and knocked off the Kelowna Rockets, 8-5. It was the Tigers’ fourth game in seven nights on a run through the B.C. Division. Medicine Hat has won three of four on its current road trip. “There was a lot of positives, […]