Our Brandon Rivers had the chance to chat with Swift Current Broncos Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Dean Brockman where he learned that 1999-born Ian Briscoe is not returning to Broncos for the 2019/20 season leaving the team with just two overage players for this season. In 50 games last season, Briscoe had three goals and eight assists.
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Daily Dose of the Dub: More Training Camp Rosters released, WHL to hold outdoor game, Tyszka, Walker leave WHL and more
The Kamloops Blazers have announced their roster for training camp which kicks off on Thursday.
The rematch is set! The Prairie Classic will see the Calgary Hitmen will face off against the Regina Pats on October 27th at Mosaic Stadium in Regina. This will be the day after the NHL’s Heritage Classic which will see the Calgary Flames and Winnipeg Jets play in the first […]
The Portland Winterhawks have released their full training camp roster which includes a total of 84 players.
Vancouver Giants ink Brenden Pentecost The Vancouver Giants are pleased to announce that 2003-born defenceman Brenden Pentecost has signed a Standard @TheWHL Player Agreement! Read More 📎: https://t.co/liuyOmJhCD Welcome to the Giants Brenden! We'll see you on the ice next weekend. pic.twitter.com/9ueMzezvYS — Vancouver Giants (@WHLGiants) August 16, 2019 At […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Hollett won’t be back with Tigers, Zawatsky off to QMJHL, Hurricanes and Royals swing a trade and more
After going unsigned by the Ottawa Senators, who drafted him in the sixth round of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Jordan Hollett has decided that he won’t be returning to the Medicine Hat Tigers for his final year of junior eligibility,
The Vancouver Giants have signed 2002-born John Little to a WHL Player Agreement.
We’ve seen WHL teams slowly start to release training camp rosters with most teams starting camp in less than two weeks.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Hlinka Gretzky Cup updates, Cougars enter into partnership to develop local talent
Canada is off to the gold medal game of the Hlinka Gretzky Cup after a 3-2 shootout win against Sweden.
Daily Dose of the Dub: CHL names first full-time president, Hitmen sign imports, Hockey Canada announces Hlinka Gretzky Cup roster
The Canadian Hockey League has hired Dan MacKenzie to be the league’s first full-time president.