Team Canada took home gold at the World Juniors with a 4-3 victory over the Russians on Sunday.
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The WHL announced a new U.S. Prospect tournament set to take place in February 2020 as well as the first-ever American Draft which will happen after this year’s bantam draft.
We caught up with Mitch Love: talked about retiring his jersey in Everett, being a part of Team Canada’s World Junior coaching staff, developing as a WHL Head Coach, & more
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 […]
The Red Deer Rebels have signed 16-year-old goaltender Chase Coward to a WHL Education Contract.
The Everett Silvertips (14-4-1-0) had their four-game winning streak snapped on Friday night at the hands of the visiting Winnipeg ICE, but they bounced back and won their 10th game in their last 12 contests with yet another victory over the Spokane Chiefs. The ‘Tips have also achieved at least […]
After a 6-3 loss against the Prince Albert Raiders on Friday night, the Brandon Wheat Kings made the short trip to the Bridge City for a contest with the Saskatoon Blades on Saturday night. The last time Brandon was in Saskatoon, they scored two goals in the last 1:05 and […]
On a Tuesday night in Medicine Hat when the Tigers organization celebrated the anniversary of its first Western Hockey League game, the hosts welcomed another storied franchise to Canalta Centre. The Saskatoon Blades, an original WHL franchise, arrived in the Gas City after dismantling the Calgary Hitmen 9-3 Monday afternoon. […]
The Saskatoon Blades and Prince Albert Raiders met at the SaskTel Centre for the second game in the division rivals’ Western Hockey League season-opening home-and-home series. Played in front of an official attendance of 6,221 fans, the game was scoreless for the majority of the 60 minutes. It was P.A.’s […]
1999-born defenseman Brayden Pachal won’t be returning to the Prince Albert Raiders this season as he has signed an entry-level contract with the Vegas Golden Knights after attending training camp on an amateur try-out contract.