In a move taken straight out of the OHL playbook, the Winnipeg ICE acquired Dawson Barteaux
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It’s hard to believe that Sebastian Cossa is only 17-years-old. Not only because he towers over everyone with his 6-foot-4 stature but also by his dominance between the pipes for the Edmonton Oil Kings. As we head into the Christmas break, it’s beginning to look like Cossa has taken over […]
The Medicine Hat Tigers produced a fast-paced, high-pressure performance that netted the hosts three quick goals in the third period and a 5-3 win over a game Saskatoon Blades team Saturday at Canalta Centre. The fact it took a couple of periods to impose the effort on the visitors was […]
Moose Jaw Warriors forward Brayden Tracey has been suspended for an undetermined length of time for a check to the head against the Swift Current Broncos on November 16th.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Krebs skating with Golden Knights, Brkin heads to OHL, Weekly Report and More
Winnipeg ICE forward Peyton Krebs took to the ice with the Vegas Golden Knights on Tuesday as he rehabs from surgery on his Achilles tendon after an off-season training incident.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Pats and Wheat Kings swap 19-year-old forwards, Thurston receives four-game suspension + weekly report and more
The Regina Pats have acquired 19-year-old forward Caiden Daley from the Brandon Wheat Kings for 19-year-old forward Duncan Pierce.
“Domination”. That’s the one word that can be used to classify how the Winnipeg ICE played on Sunday night as they once again hosted the Saskatoon Blades inside of the Wayne Fleming Arena. After a solid 60 minute effort on Saturday night in a win against Saskatoon, the ICE came […]
Carson Lambos put together a performance he won’t forget and it elevated the Winnipeg ICE to a big victory on their home ice. Kicking off a weekend home set with the Saskatoon Blades, Winnipeg scored two early goals and never looked back in a 4-1 win. Lambos himself ended the […]
On a night when the Lethbridge Hurricanes needed their best players to be the best players, they did just that. Dylan Cozens, Calen Addison, and Logan Barlage combined for five points, but it wasn’t enough as the high flying Saskatoon Blades mounted a third period comeback, thanks to Jayden Wiens […]
The U.S. division continues to get better as Kyle Olson has returned from Rochester Americans training camp to re-join the Tri-City Americans as their captain for his final season of junior hockey eligibility.