In a rare Monday afternoon game, thanks to the Family Day holiday, the Vancouver Giants extended their winning streak to ten games with a 3-2 hard-fought win over the Seattle Thunderbirds. The win marks the team’s longest win streak since 2009. Monday was the tail-end of a home-and-home that started […]
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On the night of Red Deer Rebels Head Coach Brent Sutter’s 1,000th game coached, the Giants were in no mood to let him celebrate with a win. Vancouver used its monicker to have a ‘Giant’ third period against Red Deer, scoring four unanswered goals, sealing up the team’s seventh straight […]
Welcome to the first edition of “Hawco’s Giant Thoughts“, my new weekly column surrounding the Vancouver Giants. (Real original name, I know.) This will be a place for opinions, stats, and just general news surrounding the Giants. Something a little bit more casual than game recaps and player features. I […]
With the dust beginning to settle hours after the fact, the Blazers might best describe Saturday’s game as a series of unfortunate events. Perhaps that will depend on the severity of the injury to Blazers’ starting goaltender Dylan Garand which ultimately overshadowed a 3-2 loss on home ice to the […]
Vancouver Giants leading scorer Tristen Nielsen was suspended one game for this hit on Kelowna’s Mark Liwiski.
The power play is buying in, but it still isn’t enough. After playing with the lead for a good portion of the hockey game, Vancouver only managed to leave the LEC with one point as the Kelowna Rockets walked away with a 3-2 overtime victory. The Giants are trying to […]
Kamloops Blazers forward Connor Zary sat out the second half of a back-to-back with Prince George as he served a one-game suspension for this hit on Prince George’s Taylor Gauthier.
The WHL announced the full schedule for the first-ever WHL U.S. Challenge Cup set to take place next month.
According to Kelowna Rockets’ play-by-play man Regan Bartel, Kyle Topping will be back in the Rockets lineup next week.
We’re a little late on this edition of the Three Stars of the Month. The trade deadline, along with some other factors, contributed to the delay. Let’s get on with it. Honorable Mentions: Adam Beckman and Tristen Nielsen Adam Beckman is now the leading scorer in the WHL and has […]