There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the 2020-21 WHL season as a whole. Will it start on time? Will it happen at all? Will import players be able to come back to North America? It will be a while before we get any clarity on these three questions […]
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It was Hockey Hooky Day in Edmonton on Wednesday. A day where thousands of students, and overall, more than 11,000 fans packed inside of Rogers Place to watch their hometown Oil Kings battle the Winnipeg ICE. Heading in, it was expected to be an exciting game. The Oil Kings beat […]
The QE2 rivalry was very much alive and well on Friday night at Rogers Place as Edmonton came out 2-1 winners over Red Deer. While goals were hard to come by, fans were treated with two great goaltending displays, a couple of fights and some hard-fought hockey from both teams. […]
From December 30 up until January 25, the Brandon Wheat Kings went 10-0-1-0. The lone overtime loss came when the team was up 3-0 against the Lethbridge Hurricanes on January 25, before they lost 6-5. That was the first time Brandon gave up four or more goals since December 27, […]
It was a highlight-reel night for the Edmonton Oil Kings as they put six by the red-hot Brandon Wheat Kings at Rogers Place. Beck Warm got the start between the pipes for the Oil Kings. He put together a solid performance, turning aside 31 of the 33 shots he faced. […]
The Edmonton Oil Kings were able to secure a win in newcomer Beck Warm’s debut at Rogers Place versus the Saskatoon Blades. The game started hot for Edmonton, with the team exploding for four goals in the opening 20 minutes and Warm shutting the door in his first period with […]
A dominant offensive second period from the Edmonton Oil Kings put them on track for a comfortable 5-0 win over the Moose Jaw Warriors. Heading into this Friday night contest, the Oil Kings were coming off a big character win against the Everett Silvertips — a team challenging them for […]
The Edmonton Oil Kings have gotten off to great start following a well deserved Christmas break. They are 2-0 since returning to action, including an 8-3 victory in front of a home crowd of 7,600 in attendance for the team’s first game back at Rogers Place. The game didn’t appear […]
Prince Albert’s Aliaksei Protas scored two goals and two assists to secure bronze for Belarus.
The Prince Albert Raiders have acquired defenseman Devan Harrison from the Kamloops Blazers for a conditional 10th round pick in the 2021 WHL Bantam Draft.