Started from the bottom; now he’s here. Cole Moberg can officially say he’s an NHL Draft pick. In the final round of the 2019 NHL Draft, with the 196th overall selection, the Chicago Blackhawks went north and added the Prince George Cougars defenseman to their prospect list. “It hasn’t really […]
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The Kamloops Blazers will have at least five players attending NHL development camps in the coming weeks.
It’s Day two of our look back at the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, chosen because it was the last time the NHL Entry Draft was hosted in Vancouver
With the NHL Entry Draft set to return to Vancouver for the first time since 2006, we thought it would be fun to look back at the 2006 NHL Entry Draft and how the WHL class has fared since then.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Broncos sign first round pick Ward, Silvertips’ Palaga commits to BCHL’s Vipers
The Swift Current Broncos announced that 2019 first round selection Mat Ward has committed to the organization.
Two years ago I took a long look at the history of WHL players being selected in the NHL Draft. Since then there have been two drafts, so I figured it was time to take another look at how each team has fared with their players being selected by NHL […]
After much discussion about the future of Winnipeg ICE first overall pick Matthew Savoie, we now have some clarity about what lies ahead for the St. Albert, Alberta native as he has officially signed with the ICE organization.
At the start of the 2018-19 season I offered up “22 Teams, 22 Questions” as my version of a preview for the coming WHL campaign. My twist on it was to take one aspect from each of the league’s 22 teams and spotlight what I was watching for over the […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Krebs suffers torn Achilles, Viveiros does not want to return to WHL, Checkers win Calder Cup Championship
As reported by our Paul Figler, Winnipeg ICE forward Peyton Krebs suffered a partially-torn Achilles tendon during off-season training activities.
The Prince George Cougars signed a six-year lease agreement with the City of Prince George this week to keep the team playing in CN Centre, the largest hockey venue in Northern BC into 2025. A source told DUBNetwork it wasn’t always an easy road to getting the deal done with […]