Coming off a lacklustre performance Tuesday at Canalta Centre, the hometown Medicine Hat Tigers looked to get back into the win column against the Moose Jaw Warriors. The Tigers were woeful in a 4-0 loss Tuesday at the hands of the Brandon Wheat Kings. Added to that recent history, the […]
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The Prince Albert Raiders acquired 2001-born Michael Horon from the Seattle Thunderbirds for a seventh-round pick in the 2020 WHL Bantam Draft.
According to player agent Darryl Wolski, the Spokane Chiefs have added 20-year-old Baron Thompson to their roster.
The Medicine Hat Tigers used their speed to defeat the Victoria Royals 6-3 on Saturday night. Tigers’ captain James Hamblin scored a hat-trick to lead the way offensively and was the game’s first star. “This was my first hat-trick so it’s pretty special,” said Hamblin postgame. “My dad was in […]
On an evening when the Gas City experienced its first snowfall of the season, it also became a night of “firsts” for many of the players inside the Canalta Centre. The Medicine Hat Tigers showed up for work Saturday after delivering a 47-shot barrage in Swift Current the night before. […]
Like every seasoned Western Hockey League player, Ryan Chyzowski maintains that glimmer of hope he is destined for a job in professional hockey. The 19-year-old forward enjoyed a taste of the National Hockey League lifestyle prior to the current WHL campaign, a free agent tryout with the Winnipeg Jets. But […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Brook off to Laval, Ostir retires from WHL, WHL hands out weekly awards and more
Hayden Ostir (195 GP, 29 G, 41 A with the Spokane Chiefs and Medicine Hat Tigers) has decided to retire from the WHL to focus on his education.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Olson to Rochester, not Tri-City, Americans, Foote returns to Kelowna and more
Despite not being drafted or signed by the Buffalo Sabres, Tri-City Americans forward Kyle Olson has earned a spot on the training camp roster of the AHL’s Rochester Americans.
We put out our team predictions earlier today and now we release who our 21 voting contributors think will hoist the five major trophies in the WHL. Of all the player awards, this was the most lopsided. Kamloops native and forward Logan Stankoven took home 14 of the 21 votes. […]
Medicine Hat Tigers: Last Season: 35-27-4-2 (4th in Central Division) Despite a first-round playoff exit last season, the Medicine Hat Tigers were able to complete the regular season well above .500. There have been plenty of off-season adjustments, which we note later in this piece. For certain, the powers-that-be are […]