The Saskatoon Blades have signed forwards Brandon Lisowsky, Hayden Smith and goaltender Ethan Chadwick from their 2019 Bantam Draft Class.
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The CHL handed out its annual awards on Saturday as part of the Memorial Cup festivities in Halifax. A total of 10 awards were handed out, five of which went to WHL players.
Daily Dose of the Dub: Hitmen sign pair of prospects, Wheat Kings and ICE announce prospect camp details
The Calgary Hitmen announced the signing of Yale Hockey Academy teammates Grayden Siepmann and Brandon Whynott on Thursday.
The Kelowna Rockets have officially signed defenseman Sean Comrie to a standard Western Hockey League Player agreement.
The Winnipeg ICE announced upgrades to the Wayne Fleming Arena on Thursday which will include “Premium Loge seating, a Premium Party Lounge, in-seat service, a video scoreboard, and concession upgrades.”
Daily Dose of the Dub: Savoie goes first to ICE, ICE move up to grab Geekie, Rockets start to build for Memorial Cup
The biggest storyline going into Thursday’s WHL Bantam Draft was whether or not the Winnipeg ICE, who recently relocated from Kootenay, would select Matthew Savoie with the first overall pick
The Winnipeg ICE and General Manager Matt Cockell were early movers of draft picks and players ad therefore selected first and second overall at the WHL Bantam Draft. Winnipeg was able to do so by dealing their ninth overall pick to the Saskatoon Blades in exchange for the third overall […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Raiders sweep WHL weekly awards, WHL releases draft order for Thursday’s Bantam Draft
Aliaksei Protas has quickly become a household name in WHL circles after an offensive outburst this week for the Prince Albert Raiders.
Welcome to our 2019 WHL Draft Primer! We know how excited you are for this week’s Western Hockey League Bantam Draft. In this primer, we will introduce some of the top prospects that could hear their names called during the Bantam Draft. As a reminder, here is the draft order […]
Daily Dose of the Dub: Raiders clinch spot in WHL Final, Russia takes home silver, Canada fails to medal at U-18s
The Prince Albert Raiders have earned their spot in the WHL final with a 4-2 win in Game Six against the Edmonton Oil Kings to win the series, 4-2.