The Kamloops Blazers and Kelowna Rockets added another chapter to the Thompson-Okanagan rivalry on Remembrance Day, and it was a particularly rough one. Kelowna entered Monday’s matinee winless in their last three games, while Kamloops was on the other end of the spectrum, riding a three-game winning streak. Ultimately, the […]
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DUBNetwork Feature Game of the Night: November 8, 2019 Medicine Hat Tigers 11-5-1-0 @ Kelowna Rockets 9-5-1-1 7:00PM (MDT) In a battle of two very similar teams the Medicine Hat Tigers travel to face off with this year’s Memorial Cup host, the Kelowna Rockets. Separated by only three points in […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: U-17 and Canada-Russia Super Series rosters announced, Rebels recall Sydlowski and more
Hockey Canada has announced the 66 players who will be divided up into three teams for the World U-17 Challenge.
The Seattle Thunderbirds (2-3-0-0) welcomed a familiar foe in the Kelowna Rockets (4-2-1-0) to the ShoWare Center on Friday evening. A trio of former Thunderbirds were dressed for the Rockets on Friday night, including defenseman Jake Lee. The first period started with emotions running high. Former Tbirds Dillion Hamaliuk and […]
When Adam Foote took the reins behind the Kelowna Rockets bench last October, it’s safe to say the team was in some disarray. Indeed, at 4-10, the perennially successful organization appeared adrift in uncharted waters. The situation on the ice gradually improved, but the early season swoon proved too much […]
Just like so many Canadians, Mark Liwiski grew up playing the game of hockey, with a goal of making to the big stage. In his hometown of Dauphin, Manitoba, his first taste of competitive hockey came in the 2014-15 season when he was just 13-years-old and he played for the […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Oil Kings and Rebels release training camp schedules, Tigers sign import, Fasko-Rudas out with injury and more
Edmonton Oil Kings training camp will start next Wednesday and will be a five-day affair with camp ending on September 1st with the annual Red vs. White game.
When the Kelowna Rockets dropped a 5-1 decision to the Kamloops Blazers in the Western Hockey League tiebreaker game on March 19, it signaled the beginning of an uncharacteristically lengthy off-season. And that is something the organization is not accustomed to. Indeed, for the first time since the spring of […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Raiders clinch spot in WHL Final, Russia takes home silver, Canada fails to medal at U-18s
The Prince Albert Raiders have earned their spot in the WHL final with a 4-2 win in Game Six against the Edmonton Oil Kings to win the series, 4-2.
We continue on with our 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 […]