The Saskatoon Blades signed defenseman Pasha Bocharov to a WHL Education Contract.
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The 2019-20 WHL season came to an unexpected end with the outbreak of Covid-19 across North America and the world. That meant us at DUBNetwork had to scramble and put together our fourth annual awards. I reached out to our beat writers and those associated with the site and […]
With a rich history that stretches back to 1964, the Saskatoon Blades have been an integral part of hockey in Western Canada. They joined the WCHL in 1966 and have been the longest standing continual member of the WCHL/WHL. We will take this time to look back on a […]
The Saskatoon Blades went 45-15-8 last year during their 68-game regular-season schedule. That earned them the second spot in the East Division heading into the playoffs. Their first-round match up came against the Moose Jaw Warriors, a team that won 40 games in the regular season and were led […]
The WHL announced the decision to cancel the remaining 54 games on the regular-season schedule due to COVID-19 concerns.
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.
The 2019-20 Canadian Hockey League season has officially been paused until further notice due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Silvertips, Thunderbirds planning to play games in front of empty arenas, Winterhawks next?
Due to an order from Washington State Governor Jay Inslee is banning large gatherings of 250+ people in three counties that cover the City of Everett, the Silvertips are planning to play their final regular-season game in front of an empty arena next Friday vs. Victoria.
21 goals — that’s how many the Winnipeg ICE saw in the back of their own net starting with a 5-0 loss against Edmonton on February 19 and wrapping up with a 2-1 loss against the Red Deer Rebels on February 28. The team lost four straight games in that […]
The WHL announced an updated plan to combat the spread of COVID-19 throughout the league