The Prince George Cougars were dealt some good news earlier this week. They won the 2020 WHL Bantam Draft Lottery which means they’ll now pick second, as opposed to the original fourth slot that they were in. The Regina Pats will select first overall and John Paddock has confirmed […]
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The Saskatoon Blades signed defenseman Pasha Bocharov to a WHL Education Contract.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Cougars win 2020 WHL Bantam Draft Lottery, Rebels select Sawchyn in U.S. Prospects Draft and more
The Prince George Cougars have won the 2020 WHL Bantam Draft Lottery meaning they will move up to the second pick from the fourth pick.
Following a lottery held in Calgary, Alberta at the WHL head offices. It was administered by KPMG. Once the balls were added to the hopper Prince George Cougars was determined the draft lottery winner. The Regina Pats retain the first overall pick Prince George moved from fourth to second overall […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Bedard becomes first player ever to earn exceptional status in WHL, WHL changes off-season schedule
For the first time ever, a Western Canadian player has been granted exceptional status as BC Hockey announced that Connor Bedard was granted exceptional status.
The Canadian Hockey League announced the cancelation of the 2020 CHL Playoffs and Memorial Cup, which was set to be held in Kelowna at the end of May.
Junior hockey fans across Canada were hoping for good news sometime soon when it came to the WHL Playoffs. However, that news won’t come this season. The league has announced the cancellation of the playoffs, meaning no hockey will be played until the fall. The Prince George Cougars weren’t […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Rockets secure ice into June for possible Memorial Cup, more teams announce canceled games ticket policy and more
As reported by TSN’s Bob McKenzie, the Kelowna Rockets have secured ice into June for a possible Memorial Cup Tournament and are also looking at hotel blocks.
According to Mike Sawatzky at the Winnipeg Free Press, two players on the Winnipeg ICE are being tested for COVID-19 after showing symptoms for the new coronavirus.
In a press release sent to media, the Kamloops Blazers say they have released players to return home amidst concerns around COVID-19.