Wednesday night in Kamloops Kody McDonald was front and center in a heated exchange between the benches with Kamloops’ Zane Franklin. This is the McDonald match penalty for attempting to injure. I thought he narrowly missed Toledo when it happened, but he definitely got him. Wow. Thankful no one was […]
Moose Jaw Warriors defencemen Josh Brook is putting his best foot forward in an attempt to get named to Team Canada for the World Junior Championships.
Logan Stankoven gave his hometown crowd a taste of what the future might hold, as he assisted on the winner in his debut.
DubNetwork had the chance to talk with WHL Commissioner Ron Robison this week and discussed a variety of topics. Recently news came out that the WHL would be imposing new trade restrictions. The restrictions prohibit the WHL’s member clubs from trading signed 15-year-old and 16-year-old players. They also would only […]
We spoke with Stu Middleton, one of the founders of Hockey Gives Blood, about how the organization was born & where they would like to take it: www.hockeygivesblood.ca
We are through two rounds, down from 24 teams to 8. Dropping out of the competition in the first round were the Vancouver Nats, Winnipeg Clubs, Calgary Centennials, Winnipeg Monarchs, Nanaimo Islanders, Spokane Flyers, New Westminster Bruins, and Estevan Bruins. The second round saw the elimination of the Chilliwack Bruins, […]
Part 2 of Round Two Matchup No. 13 In 2005 Chilliwack, British Columbia was granted a WHL expansion team after Tri-City Americans’ owners attempt to move the franchise there was voted down by the WHL directors. The Bruins would begin play in the 2006-07 season. The Bruins would make the […]
Part 1 of Round Two Matchup No. 9 Victoria, British Columbia’s first WHL team was the Victoria Cougars. Founded in 1962 as part of the Pacific Coast Junior Hockey League the franchise would move into the British Columbia Junior Hockey League in 1967. In 1971 the team would join […]
Part 2 of Round One Matchup No. 3 The WHL’s first franchise in Calgary, Alberta was the Calgary Buffaloes in 1966. The team would change it’s nickname to the Centennials the next season in 1967. The Centennials had some regular season success in the early 70’s finishing 1st in the West […]
Matchup No. 1 The first matchup in the logo competition actually involves the franchise that won the DUBNetwork regular season jersey competition, the Seattle Thunderbirds. The first WHL (WCHL) team to call Vancouver, British Columbia home was the Vancouver Nats. They played two seasons in the WCHL from 1971 – […]