Ice chills Wheat Kings … Stallard leads Raiders past Broncos … Everett has its Hart back

F Lukáš Vartovník (Everett, 2006-08) has signed a contract for the rest of this season with Poprad (Slovakia, Extraliga). This season, he had 10 goals and 10 assists in 13 games with Spišská Nová Ves (Slovakia, 1. Liga), and three goals and one...

Rebels deal for some grit … Silvertips add local flavour … T-Birds hot on road

F Roman Tománek (Calgary, Seattle, 2004-06) has signed a two-game tryout contract with Beyreuth (Germany, DEL2). He was released by mutual agreement by Freiburg (Germany, DEL2) on Tuesday, after recording one assist in 13 games. The Red Deer Rebels have acquired...

T-Birds lose player, win game … Cougars add an import … Gregor replaces Benson on Team WHL

F Elijah Brown no longer is with the Seattle Thunderbirds. Prior to the Thunderbirds’ game against the host Lethbridge Hurricanes on Wednesday night, Seattle general manager Russ Farwell revealed that “Brown has gone home. He is unhappy with his ice time. He will...

Outdoor games at Safeco Field? … Living with tragedy in Renfrew, Ont. … Blazers goalie in NYC

If you’re watching the World Series, here’s hoping you have access to Fox-TV because analyst John Smoltz is good. Really good. Larry Brooks of the New York Post related this anecdote in a Sunday column: So Antti Raanta, the former Rangers netminder...

Blazers lose goalie to NHL … Oil Kings, Blades do deal … Popugaev signs in Moscow

F Nikita Popugaev (Moose Jaw, Prince George, 2015-18) signed a two-year, three-way contract with CSKA Moscow (Russia, KHL). This season, he had two goals and five assists in 13 games with the Prince George Cougars (WHL). The three-way part of the contract is...

Davidson, Smart spark Pats … Wolf howls in Portland … Phillips king for Royals … Zack attack quiets Hurricanes

In the haste of 2 busses packing last night, John Paddock's luggage somehow made it onto our bus. It's now enjoying a BC vacation. @WHLPats pic.twitter.com/I45o8Me26p — Red Deer Rebels (@Rebelshockey) October 29, 2017 G Riku Helenius (Seattle, 2007-08) has...

Flodell, Broncos blank Tigers … Rebels kings of OT … Blades are streaking … Blazers finally win at home

0.9s on the clock in overtime. Perfect face off play needed. THE @LAKings HAD THE PERFECT FACE OFF PLAY. pic.twitter.com/htAx8mHwi6 — NHL (@NHL) October 29, 2017 As you may have read here a few days ago, the Victoria Royals have...

Hitmen add forward … Rebels drop two skaters … Kubic big for Blades … Jeannot sparks Warriors

The Calgary Hitmen have signed F Orca Wiesblatt, 17, who is from Calgary. He was in Calgary’s lineup on Friday night as it dropped a 5-4 decision to the host Lethbridge Hurricanes. . . . He had been playing with the AJHL’s Brooks...

Is there WHL team wanting out? … Three teams move goaltenders … Kent council OK’s sale

A little snow can make you think a little puck. Cool look at Gordie this morn @SaskTelCtr pic.twitter.com/0q9mBDXlAA — Steve Hogle (@Hogle) October 26, 2017 F Malte Strömwall (Tri-City, 2011-13) has signed a contract for the rest of this season...

Popugaev leaves Cougars, returns to Russia … Benson to play for Giants on Friday

The Prince George Cougars revealed Thursday afternoon that F Nikita Popugaev, who is to turn 19 on Nov. 20, has returned home to Russia “for personal reasons.” According to the Cougars’ news release: “The Cougars were presented with opportunities to move Popugaev elsewhere in...

Raiders acquire forward from Americans … Leason brings size to Prince Albert

The Prince Albert Raiders have acquired F Brett Leason, 18, from the Tri-City Americans for a third-round selection in the 2018 WHL bantam draft. The teams announced the deal following the conclusion of play on Wednesday night. The third-round pick involved in the deal...

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