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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Daily Dose of the Dub: Bedard becomes first player ever to earn exceptional status in WHL, WHL changes off-season schedule
For the first time ever, a Western Canadian player has been granted exceptional status as BC Hockey announced that Connor Bedard was granted exceptional status.
Normally just before the playoff start, the Lethbridge Hurricanes take a moment to honor a few players with their year-end awards. With the season cut short during this pandemic, a ceremony was not able to take place. So we are here to hand out our awards for the Hurricanes. […]
March 23rd is rich with playoff history for the Lethbridge Hurricanes, it is typically a date that falls square in round one of the WHL playoffs. Looking back to 1997, they’ve played six times on this date. Let’s look back on the successes and failures on this day in […]
Building a top five or top ten list can be difficult and it is much to the description of the writer, the Lethbridge Hurricanes top five lists are no different. Today we tackle that type of task by diving into the top five imports who have suited up for […]
Shortly before the WHL trade deadline, the Lethbridge Hurricanes made what some considered the best move of the season. Looking to bolster their roster amid a tight playoff race in the Central Division General Manager Peter Anholt pulled off a trade with the Red Deer Rebels. That move brought Brett […]
An earlier version of the Daily Dose included information regarding the Prince Albert Raiders and COVID-19 testing. This information was inaccurate, we apologize to the Prince Albert Raiders players and staff as well as ownership for publishing that inaccuracy. Teams start to close down offices #YQL #WHLCanes pic.twitter.com/x6A5E3QEu8 — x-Lethbridge […]
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.
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 WHL announced an updated plan to combat the spread of COVID-19 throughout the league