The Toronto Maple Leafs have four undrafted WHLers attending their development camps:
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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
Daily Dose of the Dub: Broncos claim Kustra off waivers, Oil Kings waive Russell, 43 players named to Hockey Canada’s Summer Development Camp
The Swift Current Broncos have claimed overage defenseman Jake Kustra off waivers from the Victoria Royals.
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 […]
The Kamloops Blazers have announced the hiring of Shaun Clouston to be their new head coach and they have promoted assistant coach Darryl Sydor to be the team’s associate coach.
Fresh off getting a commitment from first overall pick Matthew Savoie after he had committed to the University of Denver, the ICE will look to do the same with newly-acquired Dylan Holloway, who they acquired from the Everett Silvertips on Friday in exchange for a 2021 fifth-round pick, a conditional 2021 first-round pick and a conditional 2022 second-round pick.
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.
Daily Dose of the Dub: WHL announces pre-season schedule, Raiders list Devin Jameson, St. Louis Blues win Stanley Cup
With the Memorial Cup and WHL Playoffs comfortably in the rearview mirror, attention has now turned to the 2019-20 season with the WHL officially releasing the pre-season schedule on Wednesday.
When he got drafted by the Regina Pats, 2001-born forward Cole Muir was excited. Here was an opportunity to play not far from his Vista, Manitoba home and get to play on a team that was loaded with high-end talent. Muir was selected in the second round, 33rd overall by […]
The Prince George Cougars suffered a big, but not entirely surprising, blow on Monday as Vladislav Mikhalchuk signed a one-year contract with Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod of the KHL