1 – BEDARD TO SWEDEN: The biggest news in the Dub this week actually sent waves across the entire country. 15-year old Regina Pats phenom Connor Bedard is headed to Sweden to train with a team until the WHL season gets underway. The WHL’s first-ever Exceptional Player is going with […]
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The Western Hockey League has announced that the 2020-2021 season will begin on Friday, December 4. The novel coronavirus has caused a delay of more than two full months. In Manitoba, the Brandon Wheat Kings have yet to set a day when training camp will begin. When they do, […]
Brandon Wheat Kings sold by McCrimmon BREAKING NEWS: The Brandon Wheat Kings have been sold to the J&G Group of Companies. 📄: https://t.co/s7s4XCK28A pic.twitter.com/ep9Ygs921m — Brandon Wheat Kings (@bdnwheatkings) September 8, 2020 Following 28 years as owner of the Brandon Wheat Kings, Kelly McCrimmon has sold the franchise to […]
The Brandon Wheat Kings now have a new ownership group and governor. Longtime owner and governor Kelly McCrimmon announced that the Western Hockey League club has been sold to the J&G Group of Companies. The transfer of ownership was unanimously approved by the WHL Board of Governors last week. […]
1 – VIVE LAS VEGAS: It seemed nobody saw Monday’s news coming that the AHL’s Henderson Silver Knights have hired WHL great Emanuel Viveiros as the franchise’s first-ever head coach. The San Antonio Rampage were purchased by Black Knight Sports & Entertainment this winter and moved to the Las Vegas […]
1 – ON POINT: Brayden Point has unleashed an assault on the Tampa Bay Lightning record book in these Stanley Cup Playoffs. The former Moose Jaw Warrior (2012-2016) has become the fifth player in Lightning history to score multiple career playoff OT goals joining Martin St. Louis (3), Vincent Lecavalier […]
Brandon Sun beat writer Perry Bergson joined us looking at the 10 game win streak that the Wheat Kings just enjoyed, what that means for them in the standings, and how they’ve been getting it done so far this year under new Head Coach Dave Lowry
After much discussion about the future of Winnipeg ICE first overall pick Matthew Savoie, we now have some clarity about what lies ahead for the St. Albert, Alberta native as he has officially signed with the ICE organization.
The Prince Albert Raiders took it to the Vancouver Giants on Tuesday night with a stunning 8-2 victory.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Savoie goes first to ICE, ICE move up to grab Geekie, Rockets start to build for Memorial Cup
The biggest storyline going into Thursday’s WHL Bantam Draft was whether or not the Winnipeg ICE, who recently relocated from Kootenay, would select Matthew Savoie with the first overall pick