In a rare Monday afternoon game, thanks to the Family Day holiday, the Vancouver Giants extended their winning streak to ten games with a 3-2 hard-fought win over the Seattle Thunderbirds. The win marks the team’s longest win streak since 2009. Monday was the tail-end of a home-and-home that started […]
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On the night of Red Deer Rebels Head Coach Brent Sutter’s 1,000th game coached, the Giants were in no mood to let him celebrate with a win. Vancouver used its monicker to have a ‘Giant’ third period against Red Deer, scoring four unanswered goals, sealing up the team’s seventh straight […]
Edition two of “Hawco’s Giant Thoughts” is here and the Vancouver Giants are still winning hockey games. More importantly, divisional games. If you missed the pilot edition of this column that I posted last week, you can read it here. Since last week’s “Thoughts”, the Giants won two games, both […]
The Vancouver Giants have been one of the WHL’s hottest teams as of late, riding a six-game win streak going into their mid-week clash with the Red Deer Rebels on Wednesday. There have been many reasons for the team’s success recently. One of the major reasons has been the team’s […]
Welcome to the first edition of “Hawco’s Giant Thoughts“, my new weekly column surrounding the Vancouver Giants. (Real original name, I know.) This will be a place for opinions, stats, and just general news surrounding the Giants. Something a little bit more casual than game recaps and player features. I […]
The Seattle Thunderbirds have signed 2019 sixth-round pick Nico Myatovic to a WHL Education Contract.
Vancouver Giants leading scorer Tristen Nielsen was suspended one game for this hit on Kelowna’s Mark Liwiski.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Zary off to Team Canada selection camp, USA Hockey roster could feature WHLers and more
Kamloops Blazers forward Connor Zary has been added to Hockey Canada’s selection camp roster after Moncton Wildcats forward Jakob Pelletier sustained an injury making him ineligible to participate.
For the first time in three seasons, someone not named Bowen Byram sent the teddys flying. The Vancouver Giants displayed a dominant performance in the franchise’s first ever game at Rogers Arena, leaving with a 4-1 victory while outshooting the Tri-City Americans 53-26 in the process. “I liked our depth. I […]
With 24 games completed in the 68 game schedule, Tristen Nielsen leads the Vancouver Giants in both goals (12) and points (23). The speedy winger, who was brought over in a trade with Calgary during last season, has found his game and has improved as the season has gone on. “He’s been […]