The Winnipeg ICE have signed 2019 CHL Import Draft Picks Michal Teply and Nino Kinder to WHL Player Agreements.
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Daily Dose of the Dub: Roykas-Marthinsen signs in Sweden, Chiefs goaltending coach joins ICE, Kohler, Baragano make Swiss U-20 team
Saskatoon Blades overage import Kristian Roykas-Marthinsen won’t be returning to the Blades for his final season of junior eligibility as he has signed a contract with HC Dalen in Sweden’s Division 1 League.
It’s that slow time in the WHL calendar year. Everyone is off on vacation. We are just about a month from training camps kicking off, though, so let’s take a look at the overage situations for each of the 22 WHL teams. Keep in mind, the guess is purely my […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Cougars hire Jason Smith as associate coach, Drazenovic departs, Royals make changes to Hockey Ops staff and more
The Prince George Cougars have announced that Jason Smith (128 GP, 23 G, 81 A with the Regina Pats) will be joining the team as an associate coach.
As we reported would happen, the Spokane Chiefs have officially signed 2019 first round import selection Lukas Parik.
The Prince George Cougars have signed 2019 first round Bantam Draft selections Keaton Dowhaniuk and Koehn Ziemmer to their respective WHL player agreements.
During the winter months, Strathclair’s Conor Geekie is all about hockey. His success on the ice led to him being drafted second overall by the Winnipeg ICE back in May. He then signed his first ever Standard Player Agreement on May 31. During the summer, although he still focuses plenty […]
Lethbridge Hurricanes forward Dylan Cozens may not be available to the team when their training camp starts up in mid to late August.
This year’s NHL Draft was held at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on June 21-22. The first Canadian chosen was Kirby Dach of the Saskatoon Blades, who went to the Chicago Blackhawks. Next up was Vancouver Giants defenseman Bowen Byram. Dylan Cozens was the next Canadian up, as the Buffalo Sabres […]
The Winnipeg ICE were on the clock twice at the CHL Import Draft on June 27. With the fourth overall pick, Winnipeg chose Czech Republic-born, Michal Teply. Last season, Teply put up 35 points in his home country. The points came between the U18, U19, and U20 levels, with 29 […]