The Victoria Royals moved out overage forward Kaid Oliver, a 2020 fourth-round pick and a 2023 conditional fourth-round pick to the Edmonton Oil Kings for defenseman Jacson Alexander, a 2020 third-round pick and a 2020 seventh-round pick.
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When the Kelowna Rockets hit the ice Sept. 21 against the Spokane Chiefs to open the 2019-20 Western Hockey League season, there was a tremendous amount of excitement. It wasn’t just the usual opening night, fired-up fan base. No way. This was different. This was next level, off-the-charts anticipation […]
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: 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.
Swift Current Broncos defenseman Garrett Sambrook has been suspended one game for this hit on Saskatoon’s Zach Huber.
The Vancouver Giants have signed 2002-born Kadyn Chabot from the AJHL’s Drayton Valley Thunder.
Nolan Foote returned to the Kelowna Rockets lineup on Monday a day after being traded in the NHL to the New Jersey Devils.
The WHL has handed out a suspension to Kamloops Blazers forward Ryley Appelt for an undetermined length
Daily Dose of the Dub: ICE give Patrick three-year extension, promote Heisinger to Assistant General Manager and more
The Winnipeg ICE have locked up head coach James Patrick for three more years with a new contract extension on Monday.
We spoke with Larry Fisher – with The Hockey Writers and Future Considerations – about the Kelowna Rockets, as well as the rest of the BC Division, and the WHL at large