In an update to a story, we brought you earlier, Jason Gordon and Billy Wilms have departed the Prince George Cougars organization to pursue other opportunities.
Tag: Kamloops Blazers
“Are you ALL IN?” That was the question asked to 22 of Canada’s top U18 players. After a grueling selection camp that ran from July 26-30 in Calgary, Blazers goalie Dylan Garand’s answer was easy — Yes. “It was tough, especially not being in mid-season shape, obviously. (You) definitely find […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Byram, Focht, Foote lead Canada at Summer Showcase, Hlinka Gretzky Cup Captains named and more
Hockey Canada played their third game at the World Junior Summer Showcase in Plymouth, picking up a 5-2 victory over Sweden on Friday.
The Winnipeg ICE have signed 2002-born forward Logan Danis to a WHL Player Agreement. The Winnipeg, Manitoba native had been on the ICE 50-man protected list since January 2018 when the team was still based out of Kootenay.
Daily Dose of the Dub: CHL names first full-time president, Hitmen sign imports, Hockey Canada announces Hlinka Gretzky Cup roster
The Canadian Hockey League has hired Dan MacKenzie to be the league’s first full-time president.
Kamloops iced a noticeably young roster in 2018-2019. The Blazers had six rookies on full-time duty — seven if you include Logan Stankoven’s 14 combined games as a 15-year-old. All signs are pointing toward another young group this upcoming season, but a strong contingent of returnees means heavy competition for […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Pats acquire Delorme, Silvertips make change to coaching staff, Oil Kings sign Seppala
The Regina Pats have acquired 2000-born forward Haydyn Delorme from the Portland Winterhawks for a conditional draft pick in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft.
As it stands right now, the overage situation in Kamloops appears to be fairly cut and dry. Assuming there are no major developments prior to the 2019-2020 season, the Blazers will roll with their three returning 20-year olds: Zane Franklin, Kobe Mohr, and Jackson Caller. Regardless of who plays out […]
The Winnipeg ICE have signed 2019 CHL Import Draft Picks Michal Teply and Nino Kinder to WHL Player Agreements.
It’s that slow time in the WHL calendar year. Everyone is off on vacation. We are just about a month from training camps kicking off, though, so let’s take a look at the overage situations for each of the 22 WHL teams. Keep in mind, the guess is purely my […]