With their victory over the Seattle Thunderbirds, the Everett Silvertips have clinched home-ice advantage in the first round of the WHL Playoffs.
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For the first time since 2012, the Kamloops Blazers are B.C. Division Champions.
The Memorial Cup Host Kelowna Rockets clinched their spot in the WHL Playoffs with a win over the Seattle Thunderbirds on Friday.
The WHL has handed out four suspensions as a result of a kerfuffle at the end of Tuesday’s Moose Jaw-Regina game.
Victoria’s Carson Miller was suspended for two games for this hit on Vancouver’s Alex Kannok Leipert.
Back on Tuesday, the Winnipeg ICE took part in Hockey Hooky Day as they challenged the Edmonton Oil Kings. In front of more than 11,000 fans, Winnipeg for the lack of better terms was “embarrassed” as they lost 10-1 against the Central Division-leading Oil Kings. On Thursday morning leading into […]
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 […]
DUBNetwork Game of the Night: Winnipeg ICE (34-21-1-0) @ Edmonton Oil Kings (39-10-6-3) 11:00 AM Today’s game is for the kids. Literally. The game is titled Hockey Hooky and it has an earlier start time than usual. The Edmonton Oil Kings invite schools from all over Central and Nothern Alberta […]
The newest PXP voice of the newest WHL team – Mitch Peacock – joined us to look at how the ICE have been settling into Winnipeg, the success they’ve been experiencing, developing new rivalries, & how Mitch’s journey brought him to the capital of Manitoba
The last time the Winnipeg ICE played a game was back on Wednesday, February 19. It was on home ice at the Wayne Fleming Arena, a venue in which they have been very good this season. Winnipeg has 20 wins on home ice, more than any team in the East […]