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Tips join Warriors and Broncos in CHL Top 10

  February 7, 2018 Toronto – The Canadian Hockey League today announced the week 20 edition of the CHL Top-10 Rankings for the 2017-18 season. The weekly rankings of the CHL’s Top-10 teams are selected by a panel of National Hockey League scouts. Moose Jaw #2 The Moose Jaw Warriors remained the second-best team in the Read More »

WHL Weekend – Four hat tricks highlight Saturday games

  Medicine Hat Tigers (4) at Vancouver Giants (5) Medicine Hat (26-22-7-0) // Vancouver (28-16-5-3) The Vancouver Giants closed out an eight-game home stand with a 5-4 victory over the Medicine Hat Tigers Saturday, winning a back-and-forth battle with a late third period goal from Alex Kannok Leipert. Ty Ronning (New York Rangers) and Dawson Holt each had a Read More »

CHL Prospects game ready to go – 9 WHLers suit up

  January 24, 2018 Talented NHL Draft prospects from across the Canadian Hockey League touched down in Guelph, Ont. Tuesday night with their highly anticipated Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game performance just 48 hours away. Excitement abounded during arrival interviews as players expressed a range of feelings after meeting their new teammates, some of whom Read More »

Four D-men lead list of 43 WHLers in NHL mid-term rankings

  January 22, 2018   Six defensemen are ranked in the top 10 of the 43 WHL players listed in the NHL Central Scouting midterm rankings in advance of the 2018 NHL Draft, to be held June 22-23 in Dallas, Texas. Heading the list is Ty Smith (Lloydminster, Alta. / Spokane Chiefs), who is ranked Read More »

WHL Trades – summary of recent moves

    January 15, 2018 Here’s a summary of WHL moves prior to the trade deadline last week. Date Team Transfers To Team Transfers 10-Jan-18 Lethbridge Brady Pouteau   Regina 7th Rnd. ’18 10-Jan-18 Brandon Tanner Kaspick   Victoria Jonathan Lambos Cameron MacDonald Ty Thorpe   1st Rnd. ’19   1st Rnd. ’21 10-Jan-18 Brandon Read More »

WHL Standings – Tight, tight, tight

  January 7, 2017 As the second half of the WHL regular season gets underway, things couldn’t be much tighter at the top of the Western Conference standings. The Kelowna Rockets and Vancouver Giants are now tied at 51 points in first place, though the Rockets have three games in hand. A point back, the Read More »

WHL Round Up – Jan. 6 games

    January 7, 2018 by Robert Murray     Vancouver Giants (5) at Medicine Hat Tigers (3) Vancouver (23-14-3-2) // Medicine Hat (22-16-3-0) Dawson Holt scored twice while Brad Morrison and Brayden Watts each recorded a goal and an assist as the Vancouver Giants swept their three-game road trip through Alberta Saturday with a 5-3 victory Read More »

WHL Round Up

  January 1, 2018 by Robert Murray Prince George Cougars (3) at Vancouver Giants (4) — OT Prince George (14-18-4-2) // Vancouver (20-14-3-2) James Malm’s seventh game-winning goal of the season helped the Vancouver Giants become the third team in the B.C. Division to 20 victories Monday, exacting some revenge against the Prince George Cougars at the Langley Events Centre. Read More »

WHL Standings – Royals still lead West

  December 12, 2017 Here’s an overview of WHL standings as the league heads toward the halfway mark. In the BC Division, Kelowna are now just two wins back of Victoria Royals, who lead the Western Conference with 43 points. The Vancouver Giants have picked it up the pace and have won the past three Read More »

Cougars Jackson Leppard – NHL Scouting Player to Watch

    November 30, 2017 By WHL Network “Growing the Game’s Best Talent” is a multipart series, sponsored by BC Tree Fruits, that highlights the next generation of WHL stars set to embark on a journey of pursuing NHL dreams. “Growing the Game’s Best Talent” can be seen monthly at WHL.ca, featuring a key member of the Read More »

WHL Roundup: Saturday and Sunday Games

  December 3, 2017 Below is a quick recap of WHL action on the weekend. Only one BC division game was played Sunday, with four games Saturday. Victoria Royals are still on top of BC division, two points behind overall Western Conference leaders Portland Winterhawks. Kelowna is now just two points back of Victoria, with Read More »

WHL Roundup & Standings – Royals stop Americans

  WHL Roundup November 19, 2017 by Robert Murray Victoria Royals (7) at Tri-City Americans (3) Victoria (16-7-1-0) // Tri-City (13-6-2-0) Matthew Phillips (Calgary Flames) had a pair of goals and an assist and four other Victoria Royals had multi-point efforts as they ended the home undefeated run by the Tri-City Americans. Morgan Geekie (Carolina Hurricanes) and Nolan Yaremko Read More »

WHL Roundup & Standings

    November 15, 2017 WHL Roundup Red Deer Rebels (5) at Victoria Royals (3) Red Deer (9-11-1-0) // Victoria (14-7-1-0) Not many WHL teams have made the journey to Vancouver Island and picked up a regulation win this season, but the Red Deer Rebels can now add themselves to that list. A three-goal third period helped hold Read More »

Mussio sells PJHL Ice Hawks acquires BCHL Clippers

  November 12, 2017 BCHL release: The Nanaimo Clippers announced Friday the sale of their franchise has been completed and that Vancouver businessman and lawyer Wes Mussio is the team’s new majority owner. Mussio is a partner at the law firm of Mussio Goodman and is also the part owner of Backroad Mapbooks, the largest Read More »

WHL Roundup & Standings

    November 11, 2017 WHL Roundup Everett Silvertips (4) at Prince George Cougars (0) Everett (8-10-1-1) // Prince George (6-9-2-2) The Everett Silvertips responded to a shootout loss Friday with a 28-save shutout by Carter Hart to earn three of a possible four points from a weekend set against the Prince George Cougars. Matt Fontyene scored for the Read More »

Russia battle back from rout to take game 2, 4-3 vs Team WHL

  November 7, 2017 Swift Current, SK – New Jersey Devils prospect Mikhail Maltsev’s second of the night with 7:54 left in the third period completed the comeback as Russia battled back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Team WHL 4-3 in Game 2 of the 2017 CIBC Canada Russia Series. Maltsev’s shorthanded game winner rounded Read More »

Kelowna Rockets’ Lind leads WHL in 7-0 W vs Russia

    November 6, 2017 Moose Jaw, SK – Kelowna Rockets forward Kole Lind led the way with two goals and an assist as six different players had multi-point outputs in a 7-0 Team WHL victory in Game 1 of the 2017 CIBC Canada Russia Series in Moose Jaw. Lind, a Vancouver Canucks prospect, joined another Read More »

Royals bounce back 4-2 vs Rockets, first place overall

  November 5, 2017     The Victoria Royals bounced back in the second game of a weekend double header vs the Kelowna Rockets, scoring the game’s opening four goals, that included the first and game winning marker from Ryan Peckford, en route to a 4-2 victory over the Kelowna Rockets on Saturday night. The Read More »

BCHL – Sunday Recaps – Trail and Vernon jump ahead

  November 5, 2017 Interior division Trail Smoke Eaters and Vernon Vipers are starting to separate themselves from the pack, at the top of the British Columbia Hockey League, with 33 and 31 points respectively. Both teams have just 4 losses in 21 starts, though Vernon have three ties in the mix and are two Read More »

Rockets down Royals 4-2 to start weekend double header

  November 4, 2017 By Kevin Bain The Kelowna Rockets defeated the Victoria Royals 4-2 EN on Friday night in Victoria.   The Royals struck first just 24 seconds in with Jared Legien (8) scoring the early go ahead marker for Victoria. Dillon Dube (6) evened things up on the power play at 14:03 before Read More »

Danton Heinen notches first two NHL goals

  October 27, 2017 Just four seasons removed from being the captain of the Surrey Eagles, Danton Heinen now has two NHL goals under his belt and has been one of the most productive forwards on the Boston Bruins. The Langley native got his first NHL goal Thursday night and added another later as he Read More »

Stapley BCHL Player of the Week

  October 30, 2017 Vernon Vipers forward Brett Stapley has been named the BCHL Player of the Week for the week ending Oct. 29, the league announced Monday. Stapley scored four goals in Vernon’s two home wins over the weekend. On Friday, he scored a first period power play goal to give the Vipers a Read More »

T. Crozier commits to Brown

  October 29, 2017 Though the season is still relatively new, it’s already been full of highlights for Tristan Crozier and he can add another to the list as he’s committed to an NCAA Div. I program for next season. Already having welcomed his younger brother Max to the Nanaimo Clippers this season, scoring an Read More »

WHL Sunday Round Up & Standings

    October 30, 2017 WHL Roundup The Victoria Royals are still the toast of the WHL Western Conference, notching another win in their most recent outing, to open up a nine point lead over the #2 Kelowna Rockets in the BC division. The Prince George Cougars are just two points back of the Rockets. Read More »

BCHL – Sunday Recaps – lots of parity so far

  October 29, 2017   With 12 of the BCHL’s 17 teams within six points of each other, the current season is shaping up to be a real battle among equals for top billing. Here’s a recap of Sunday games, scroll down to see current standings.   Nanaimo 4 – Powell River 0 Taz Burman Read More »

BCHL – Saturday Game Recaps – Standings, Leaders

  October 23, 2017 Recaps of games played Saturday, October 22. Scroll down for current standings.   Surrey 5 – Vernon 4 Ryan Brushett scored a hat trick for the Surrey Eagles, including the equalizing and winning goals in the third period, to lead his team to a 5-4 road win over his former club Read More »

WHL Sunday, PG loses to Hitmen in 2-1 SO

    October 23, 2017 WHL Roundup Prince George Cougars (1) at Calgary Hitmen (2) SO Prince George (4-5-2-2) // Calgary (4-7-1-0) Carolina Hurricanes defensive prospect Jake Bean ended the shootout in the fifth round as the Calgary Hitmen won their second home game of the year Sunday against the visiting Prince George Cougars. Tristen Nielsen’s second goal of Read More »

BCHL – Wild down Vees 4-2

    October 22, 2017   Wenatchee, WA: The Penticton Vees (9-2-0-1) held a 2-1 lead after 20 minutes Saturday night, but the Wenatchee Wild (9-5-1-0) scored three unanswered goals en route to the 4-2 win. Adam Scheel made is best save of the night in the opening few minutes of the first period. After Read More »