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.
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(MEDICINE HAT, AB) – Veteran forward James Hamblin opened and closed the scoring Friday for the Medicine Hat Tigers in a 4-2 victory over the Tri City Americans that enabled the home side to clinch a playoff berth. It was a gutsy win for the Tigers, a high-scoring group […]
As expected, Tyler Horstmann was back in the lineup for the Edmonton Oil Kings after missing the last 14 games due to injury.
After making four trades last week, the Tri-City Americans (13-18-4-1) were just a tad quieter this week with three deals as the January 10 trade deadline approaches. While the Americans were busy off the ice, they were busy on it as well. They played Saturday and Sunday against two of […]
In their fourth meeting of the season, the Tri-City Americans (13-16-4-1 ) travel to Portland to face off with the Winterhawks (26-6-1-3) 6:00 PM (PST). Portland has dominated the season series so far winning all three previous games, including the most recent battle a 3-2 overtime triumph back on […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Broncos sign Stebbings, Chiefs facing injury troubles in the crease, Weekly Report and more
The Swift Current Broncos signed 2002-born Carter Stebbings to a WHL Education Contract on Tuesday.
It was a busy final stretch of games for the Tri-City Americans. They had four games over a six-day span before beginning the eight-day holiday break. All four games were against U.S. Division opponents. Unfortunately for the Ams, they dropped all four games, though one was in overtime, earning them […]
(Kennewick, WA) As the first half of the WHL schedule begins to wind down before the Holiday Break, the Tri-City Americans (12-14-2-1) and Portland Winterhawks (22-6-1-2) met for only the second time this season. The Americans were hosting their Teddy Bear Toss Night at the Toyota Center with a red-hot […]
Tri-City Americans, 2001-born forward Edge Lambert knows a bit about being patient. The former seventh-round pick of the Prince George Cougars in 2016 had just played two WHL games by the time his 17-year-old hockey season had ended. That is often enough for players to be counted out for the […]
After trading away five different players since the end of last season, a majority of which were overagers that had to be moved to get them down to three, the Tri-City Americans made their first addition through trade last week. They moved a second and third round WHL Bantam Draft […]