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.
Brandon Wheat Kings add assistant GM The Brandon Wheat Kings have named Doug Gasper as the Assistant General Manager. Gasper comes to the #BWK from the Vancouver Canucks organization. #bdnmb 📰Press Release: https://t.co/HSO5cHkjBR pic.twitter.com/0dm4ue2byg — Brandon Wheat Kings (@bdnwheatkings) August 15, 2019 The Brandon Wheat Kings announced today that they […]
The Saskatoon Blades appear to have their defense core ready to go for the 2019-20 Western Hockey League season with signing its two 2019 import-drafted players to standard player agreements. Selected 55th and 115th overall by Saskatoon in the 2019 Canadian Hockey League Import Draft, 19-year-old Libor Zabransky and 17-year-old […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Blades and Royals connect on two trades, Blazers sign import, Giants add to coaching staff
The Saskatoon Blades and Victoria Royals connected on a pair of trades on Wednesday.
The Saskatoon Blades of the Western Hockey League bolstered their blue line ahead of training camp with the addition of all-star, 1999-born defenseman Scott Walford from the Victoria Royals. Acclaimed as one of the top defenseman in the league by Blades general manager Colin Priestner, Walford has extensive experience in […]
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 2003-born defenseman Nicco Camazzola to a WHL Player Agreement.
The Winnipeg ICE have filled out their coaching staff for the 2019/20 season as Josh Green (282 GP, 142 G, 136 A with the Medicine Hat Tigers, Swift Current Broncos and Portland Winterhawks) will be joining the organization.
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.