The 2019-20 WHL season came to an unexpected end with the outbreak of Covid-19 across North America and the world. That meant us at DUBNetwork had to scramble and put together our fourth annual awards. I reached out to our beat writers and those associated with the site and […]
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The Kelowna Rockets handed out their team awards on Sunday over Twitter.
Patience. Defined in part as the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset. One wonders if an updated version of the definition might now include a photo of Kelowna Rockets Kris Mallette? Head coach, Kris Mallette. The 41-year-old hometown lad will tell […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Rockets secure ice into June for possible Memorial Cup, more teams announce canceled games ticket policy and more
As reported by TSN’s Bob McKenzie, the Kelowna Rockets have secured ice into June for a possible Memorial Cup Tournament and are also looking at hotel blocks.
The Kelowna Rockets are a very storied franchise, one that is set to host the Memorial Cup, if the event goes on as planned. With the cancellation of the remainder of the regular season, we’re opening up the history vault. Here’s how the team did on this day over […]
The WHL announced the decision to cancel the remaining 54 games on the regular-season schedule due to COVID-19 concerns.
According to Mike Sawatzky at the Winnipeg Free Press, two players on the Winnipeg ICE are being tested for COVID-19 after showing symptoms for the new coronavirus.
The CHL has issued the following statement on the status of the 2020 Memorial Cup slated to be hosted in Kelowna starting May 22nd:
Daily Dose of the Dub: Silvertips, Thunderbirds planning to play games in front of empty arenas, Winterhawks next?
Due to an order from Washington State Governor Jay Inslee is banning large gatherings of 250+ people in three counties that cover the City of Everett, the Silvertips are planning to play their final regular-season game in front of an empty arena next Friday vs. Victoria.
The Memorial Cup Host Kelowna Rockets clinched their spot in the WHL Playoffs with a win over the Seattle Thunderbirds on Friday.