Taking a look back at the week that was for the Red Deer Rebels: Wheelin’ and dealin’ The team was involved in two transactions during the last week. In a deal with the Prince Albert Raiders right before puck drop last Tuesday, the team traded for Cohner Saleski. The cost […]
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DUBNetwork Feature Game of the Night: October 4, 2019 Seattle Thunderbirds 1-2-0-0 @ Spokane Chiefs 1-1-1-0 7:05PM (PDT) In a U.S. division match up, the Seattle Thunderbirds travel to Spokane to visit the Chiefs. Both teams are coming off a loss the last time they hit the ice. Seattle was […]
The U.S. division continues to get better as Kyle Olson has returned from Rochester Americans training camp to re-join the Tri-City Americans as their captain for his final season of junior hockey eligibility.
The Vancouver Giants won’t have to wait and wonder if Bowen Byram will come back to the team this season as the Colorado Avalanche announced they’ve sent him back to the WHL.
Rookie Zack Stringer played the role of overtime hero, lifting the Lethbridge Hurricanes to a 3-2 victory over the Red Deer Rebels Saturday night. Starting goalie Carl Tetachuk needed only 18 saves to earn the preseason victory. The Hurricanes came out strong to start the contest, led by overage defenceman […]
With training camp opening later today, the work begins on a brand new season for the Red Deer Rebels. It will be a season of change, with three-quarters of the leadership group from last season having moved on. Captain Reese Johnson, along with assistants Brandon Hagel and Alexander Alexeyev, have […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Blazers recall prospect for the weekend; Pats reassign goalie; multiple milestones around the league
Blazers recall defenceman Blazers recall D Ethan Brandwood for games this weekend. 16yr old made debut earlier this month in Vancouver. #Kamloops — Jon Keen (@JonKeenNLSports) January 25, 2019 The Kamloops Blazers have recalled Ethan Brandwood for their games this weekend. The 16-year-old was in the lineup Friday for his second WHL […]
When the dust settled at the end of the 2017-18 WHL regular season, the Red Deer Rebels were playoff bound. Despite playing a string of hockey where the team only won one game in 25 attempts, the team shrugged off the poor play and began to gel into a team […]