The Lethbridge Hurricanes returned home for one game after a road trip that took them to Victoria, Vancouver, and Swift Current of all places. They welcomed the WHL leading Prince Albert Raiders to town for a showdown at the Enmax center before hitting the road again for a divisional matchup […]
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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.
1999-born defenseman Brayden Pachal won’t be returning to the Prince Albert Raiders this season as he has signed an entry-level contract with the Vegas Golden Knights after attending training camp on an amateur try-out contract.
Last season record: 40-18-5-5, finishing 2nd in the division, 4th in the Eastern Conference Story of the 2018-19 season: After going to back-to-back Eastern Conference Finals, the Hurricanes were hungry to push over the top. Expectations for the season were set high — WHL Final high. The season started slower […]
Coming through the middle of August, it may not feel like hockey weather outside but it’s starting to feel like it around many rinks across the country. Lethbridge is no different. With the Enmax staff getting the boards and glass installed, the excitement over another WHL season closes in. The […]
The Kamloops Blazers have announced the hiring of Shaun Clouston to be their new head coach and they have promoted assistant coach Darryl Sydor to be the team’s associate coach.
This is an ongoing series as we start the long road to the 2019-20 WHL season. We will be going 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 […]
Taylor Ross picked a good time to get his first goal of the playoff as he capped off a goal-filled game, in overtime, to lead the Lethbridge Hurricanes to a 7-6 victory over the Calgary Hitmen. The win tied the series 3-3 and forced “a winner take all” Game 7. […]
Calgary Hitmen rolled into Lethbridge and stole game 5 from the Hurricanes 6-5 and took control of the first round series they now lead 3-2. The return of Hitmen captain Mark Kastlelic helped spark the victory as he recorded two goals and an assist to lead the visitors. Emotions ran […]
Franchise playoff history: 2005 first round: The Hitmen took out the Hurricanes in five games in a strikingly similar match up of the second and third seeds in the Central Division. 2006 first round: This time it was the second-seeded Hitmen who took out the Hurricanes in six games. 2008 […]