Saturday, March 8, 2014
The Regina Pats wrapped up their two game road trip in Cranbrook on Saturday against the Kootenay Ice. The Pats were coming off a 5-2 win in Lethbridge on Friday and needed just three points in their final four games to clinch the East Division. The win was a costly one however as Kyle Burroughs and Colby Williams both took high hits in the third period and did not play Saturday against the Ice. Kootenay was coming off a win of their own 5-2 over the Medicine Hat Tigers on Friday and clinched a playoff spot for the 16th consecutive season with the victory. The Ice held a 2-1-0-0 record against the Pats on the season going in but the Pats won the most recent contest 3-2 at the Brandt Centre on February 12th. Dawson MacAuley got the start in goal for the Pats while the Ice went with Mackenzie Skapski. The Pats scratches were Daniel Wapple, Tye Hand, Kyle Burroughs, Colby Williams, Maximillian Kammerer, Sam Steel and Brady Reagan.
In the first period the Pats would go to the penalty kill early as Rylee Zimmer threw a hit on Landon Peel who left the game as a result. On the powerplay the Ice would open the scoring at 3:33 as Jagger Dirk put home a back door pass for his 10th of the year. Jaedon Descheneau and Sam Reinhart the assists and it was 1-0 Kootenay. The Pats would go to another penalty kill shortly after on a iffy call on Morgan Klimchuk for charging. The Pats would kill it off however until the Ice took a penalty of their own with 5 seconds left in it. The Pats were unable to score with 1:55 of powerpay time and the game remained 1-0. The Ice would get a third powerplay in the period but the penalty kill came up big again and the period ended with the Ice leading 1-0. The Ice outshot the Pats 10-3 in the period.
In the second the Pats would get two powerplays to Kootenays one but neither team would score. Morgan Klimchuk would take a hit against the left wing boards from Landon Cross which resulted in him leaving the game. Jesse Zgraggen then came in a fought Cross and landed a knockout punch with a right hand and Cross went down and would leave the game as well. Dawson MacAuley with another strong period denying the Ice a 2-0 goal while Kootenay did a great job blocking shots and the period ended with a 1-0 score. The Ice outshot the Pats 9-6 in the period and led overall 20-9.
In the third the Pats strated to find some more offense but were unable to beat Skapski who was solid in the frame. The Pats would have two poweplays in the first 10 minutes but were unable to score. Then a too many men penalty on the Pats resulted in the 2-0 goal. Luke Philp fired home his 28th from Jaedon Descheneau and Sam Reinhart at 11:33. The Pats would get within 1 at 16:55 as Morgan Klimchuk fired home his 29th from Chandler Stephenson and Dyson Stevenson and it was 2-1. The Pats would get a late powerplay and pulled the goaltender and had some great chances, the best of which was from Connor Gay but he was robbed by the skate of Skapski. Descheneau would then take a rebound and lift it down the ice into the open goal at 19:07. It was an unassisted goal to make it 3-1. That would be the final score with the Pats outshooting Kootenay 19-11 in the third but trailed overall 31-28.
The third star of the game went to the Ice Luke Philp who scored the game winner. The second star to the Pats Dawson MacAuley who made 28 saves on 30 shots and the first star to the Ice Jager Dirk who was great on the back end.
The Pats powerplay went oh for 6 on the night while the penalty kill went 3 for 5.
The Pats magic number to clinch the division remains at 3 points as the Swift Current Broncos won in Lethbridge 5-3. The Pats are back in action on Wednesday at home to the Prince Albert Raiders at 7 o'clock at the Brandt Centre.
Ice PP Goal at 3:33. Jagger Dirk (10th) from Jaedon Descheneau and Sam Reinhart.
Ice PP Goal at 11:33. Luke Philp (28th) from Jaedon Descheneau and Sam Reinhart.
Pats Goal at 16:55. Morgan Klimchuk (29th) from Chandler Stephenson and Dyson Stevenson.
Ice EN SH Goal at 19:07. Jaedon Descheneau (42nd) unassisted.
Saturday, March 8th
Puck Drop: 8:00 p.m. CST
The Regina Pats (38-24-3-3) and the Kootenay Ice (38-25-2-2) end their season series tonightat Western Financial Place. It’s the fourth meeting between the teams with the Pats holding a 1-2-0-0 record against the Ice this season. The last time the Pats and Ice squared off, the Blue and White took a 3-2 victory in Regina. Braden Christoffer and Connor Gay lead the Queen City Kids against the Ice with a goal and an assist each in the season series. Luke Philp leads the Ice into tonight’s contest with five points (2G, 3A) in three games against Regina this season. Coming into their final meeting with the Ice, the Pats are back in the win column after taking a victory last night in Lethbridge. Meanwhile, the Ice broke out of a two game slide with a 5-2 win over Medicine Hat yesterday evening. This evening’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting at 7:35 p.m. CST
Lead Up: Big Second Period Fuels 5-2 Pats Win Over Hurricanes
Dyson Stevenson and Josh Derko traded goals in the first period for a 1-1 tie after twenty. The Pats weathered a storm of Lethbridge chances in the second period before scoring four unanswered from Braden Christoffer, Logan McVeigh, Boston Leier and Colby Williams. Josh Derko picked up another marker in the third to cut into the lead, but the Pats would cruise on to the 5-2 victory with Dawson MacAuley making 30 stops for his 24th win of the season.
The Pats got some help last night when the Red Deer Rebels beat the Swift Current Broncos by a 4-1 count. That, combined with the Pats’ win over Lethbridge puts the Pats two wins (or Bronco losses) away from clinching the East Division without involving a tie-breaker.
Solid on the Road
With their win last night in Lethbridge, the Pats ensured they would finish at least .500 on the road this season with their record sitting at 17-15-1-1. Their 17 wins on the road is the most the Pats have put together since the 2007-08 season when they won 18 away from Regina.
Milestones for Klimchuk
Assisting on Dyson Stevenson’s first period goal last night, Morgan Klimchuk tallied his 100th WHL assist and set a new single season career high with his 41st and 42nd assists of the season. If Klimchuk dresses in the Pats’ remaining games this season he will reach the 200 games played milestone as well. The Calgary Flames signed prospect is also 17 points away from 200 in his career.
Who to Watch on Kootenay
It’s been a great season for the duo of Sam Reinhart and Jaedon Descheneau. The two have combined for 75 goals on the year and are both threatening the 100 point plateau (96 and 91 respectively). Descheneau reached the forty goal plateau last night, scoring his 40th and 41stgoals of 2013-14 against the Tigers.
vs. Prince Albert – Wednesday, March 12th, 7:00 p.m. – Brandt Centre (CKRM)
vs. Brandon – Friday, March 14th, 7:00 p.m. – Brandt Centre (CKRM)
at Brandon – Saturday, March 15th, 7:00 p.m. – Westman Place (CKRM)
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Regina Pats Hockey Club
Friday, March 7, 2014
The Regina Pats were in Lethbridge on Friday night taking on the Hurricanes. The Pats were coming off a tough 5-2 loss to the Edmonton Oil Kings on Wednesday. The Pats sat three points up on the Swift Current Broncos heading into Friday night and the Broncos were in Red Deer taking on the Rebels. The Pats were without Daniel Wapple for the weekend and so Dawson MacAuley got the start in goal. The Hurricanes had lost 9 straight heading into the game and were up to 50 losses on the year. The Pats were 2 and 1 against the Canes as hey played in the fourth and final meeting of the year. The Pats scratches on Friday were Tye Hand, Griffin Mumby, Adam Brooks, Maximillian Kammerer, Rylee Zimmer, Daniel Wapple and Brady Reagan.
In the first period the Pats had all the early momentum and got the games first goal 4 minutes in. Dyson Stevenson put home a rebound for his team leading 36th of the year from Morgan Klimchuk and Chandler Stephenson and it was 1-0. Chandler however left the game after taking a hit to make a pass that led to the goal and did not return for the rest of the period. The Pats continued to press and had some great scoring chances but Teagan Sacher was on his game n the period and kept his team within 1. Then at the 8:30 mark Josh Derko banged home a rebound for his 10th of the year from Brady Ramsay and Riley Sheen and it was 1-1. The Pats would get a powerplay after that but were unable to score though they continued to generate good scoring chances. The Canes would get their first man advantage with 1:50 left in the period but the Pats would kill the tie on the clock and 10 seconds carried over into the 2nd. The Pats outshot the Hurricanes 18-3 in the period but were tied at 1 after 1.
In the second the Hurricanes turned the momentum around and put a lot of pucks on Dawson MacAuley. However the Pat netminder stood tall and kept the game tied. Then shorthanded the Pats would retake the lead as Braden Christoffer scored his 13th of the year from Patrick D'Amico at 11:40 and it was 2-1. Then a minute later the Pats went up 3-1 as Logan McVeigh put home his 11th on a great pass from Dryden Hunt and Patrick D'Amico at 12:40. Then on the powerplay the Pats extended their lead as Boston Leier put home his 32nd from Dyson Stevenson and Colby Williams at 13:57 and it was 4-1. Then in the final minute the Pats went up 5-1 as Colby Williams floated a shot over the glove of Sacher for his 9th of the year from Morgan Klimchuk and Dyson Stevenson at 19:53. That was the score after 2. The Canes outshot the Pats 19-13 in the period but the Pats led overall 31-22.
In the third the Pats would keep things rolling and didn't allow much in the way of scoring chances. However they would lose Colby Williams on a hit from Josh Derko that saw him go face first into the boards. Then a short time later Kyle Burroughs stepped up to hit Carter Folk but got the worst of the hit and left the game as well. The Hurricanes would get a powerplay goal at 17:18 from Josh Derko who tipped home his 11th from Brady Ramsay to cut the Pats lead to 5-2. That would be the final score with the Pats outhsooting the Canes 13-10 in the period and overall 44-32. Dawson MacAuley was solid in the game making 31 saves for his 24th victory of the year.
The third star of the game went to the Pats Patrick D'Amico who had two assists in the win. The second star to Colby Williams who scored once and added an assist and the first star to the Pats Dyson Stevenson who scored a goal and had two helpers.
The Pats are back in action on Saturday night in Cranbrook against the Kootenay Ice with an 8 o'clock Regina time puck drop on 620 CKRM.
Pats Goal at 4:00. Dyson Stevenson (36th) from Morgan Klimchuk and Chandler Stephenson.
Hurricanes Goal at 8:30. Josh Derko (10th) from Brady Ramsay and Riley Sheen.
Pats SH Goal at 11:40. Braden Christoffer (13th) from Partick D'Amico.
Pats Goal at 12:40. Logan McVeigh (11th) from Dryden Hunt and Patrick D'Amico.
Pats PP Goal at 13:57. Boston Leier (32nd) from Dyson Stevenson and Colby Williams.
Pats Goal at 19:53. Colby Williams (9th) from Morgan Klimchuk and Dyson Stevenson.
Hurricanes PP Goal at 17:18. Josh Derko (11th) from Brady Ramsay.
The Regina Pats (37-24-3-3) battle the Lethbridge Hurricanes (12-50-2-3) at the Enmax Centre for the final time this season. The Pats are 2-1-0-0 against the Hurricanes this season with the Blue and White taking the previous meeting by an 8-0 count. Morgan Klimchuk leads the Pats with nine points (4G, 5A) in three games against Lethbridge. Reid Duke is the top ‘Cane coming into tonight’s contest with four points (2G, 2A) in the three games of the season series. Coming into their final matchup with the Hurricanes, the Pats came off back-to-back wins with a loss to Edmonton. Lethbridge has lost nine straight including a 7-4 setback at the hands of the Swift Current Broncos on Saturday. This evening’s game can be heard on 620 CKRM starting at 7:35 p.m. CST
Brady Ramsay is into his final days in the WHL, reaching the 250 game milestone his last time out against Swift Current. The Calgary product has 13 goals and 23 assists in 67 games and has been serving as the Hurricanes’ interim Captain with Josh Derko out of the lineup since December.
at Kootenay – Saturday, March 8th, 8:00 p.m. CST – Western Financial Place (CKRM)
vs. Prince Albert – Wednesday, March 12th, 7:00 p.m. – Brandt Centre (CKRM)
vs. Brandon – Friday, March 14th, 7:00 p.m. – Brandt Centre (CKRM)
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Calgary, AB – The 2013-14 WHL regular season enters its first full weekend of play in March with 22 games on the schedule for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
AROUND THE RINKS…
In Cranbrook, B.C., the Kootenay Ice willStand Up To Bullying at Friday night’s contest versus the visiting Medicine Hat Tigers.
In Lethbridge, AB, the Hurricanes will Salute Their Fans on Friday night when they host the Regina Pats. There will be prizes to be won, a Chuck-A-Puck and a Head Shave to benefit Ronald McDonald House and Make A Wish Foundation.
In Portland, OR, the Winterhawks have a Big Weekend planned. On Friday night, it’s Mascot Night at the Moda Center when the Hawks host Seattle. On Saturday, the Winterhawks will celebrate 100 Years of Hockey in Portland when the Vancouver Giants are in town.
In Prince George, B.C., the Cougars will beHanding Out The Hardware on Saturday nightwhen the Spokane Chiefs are in town.
In Victoria, B.C., the Royals are back home to face the Kamloops Blazers for a pair of games on the weekend. They will be Paying Tribute To Police Officers at Friday night’s contest.
WHL PLAYERS SIGN NHL CONTRACTS…
Several WHL stars took big steps forward, signing NHL contracts over the past week. Calgary Hitmen forward Brady Brassart signed with the Minnesota Wild last weekend and Edmonton Oil Kings’ defenceman Cody Corbett inked an entry-level contract with the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday. BothBrassart and Corbett were undrafted free agents. Meanwhile, reigning WHL and CHL Goaltender of the Year Patrick Bartosak of the Red Deer Rebels signed with the Los Angeles Kings, the club that drafted him in the fifth round of the 2013 NHL Draft.
KOOTENAY’S REINHART AND EDMONTON’S JARRY EARN MONTHLY WHL HONORS…
The Western Hockey League announced on Tuesday that Sam Reinhart of the Kootenay Ice was named the WHL Player of the Month for February while Edmonton Oil Kings’netminder Tristan Jarry was named theVaughn WHL Goaltender of the Month for February.
Reinhart, a Vancouver, B.C., product, led all WHL players with 32 points in 13 February games for the Ice. A top prospect for the 2014 NHL Draft, Reinhart posted 10 goals and 22 assists to go with a +15 rating in February as the Ice went 11-2-0-0 over 13 games.
Jarry, a Delta, B.C., native, earned his second Vaughn WHL Goaltender of the Month award this season after posting a 7-1-2 record with a shutout, a 1.77 goals-against average and a .925 save percentage in February. Jarry, a Pittsburgh Penguins prospect, also earned the award in November.
OPENING 2014 WHL PLAYOFF DATES ANNOUNCED…
Two WHL Clubs announced the dates and start times for their opening two first-round playoff games this week, with the Edmonton Oil Kings and Victoria Royals both releasing playoff schedule information.
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KEY WEEKEND MATCH-UP…
Spokane Chiefs @ Prince George Cougars
Friday, Mar. 7 & Saturday, Mar. 8 @ Prince George, B.C.
Todd Fiddler and the Prince George Cougars host Mitch Holmberg and the Spokane Chiefs for a pair of games on the weekend that could well determine the Cougars’ playoff fate.
The Cougars, who have lost three straight, currently sit four points back of Tri-Cities for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference, and have just four remaining games as opposed to the Ams’ six remaining contests. If the Cougars are to have any chance at catching the Americans, they need to win both games versus Spokane.
The Chiefs have already locked up a playoff berth in the Western Conference, and currently sit just one point up on the Everett Silvertips for fifth place with both teams having six remaining games. Mitch Holmberg currently sits tied with Portland’s Nic Petan for the WHL scoring lead – both have 107 points – and will look for a productive weekend to help him as he tries to become the first Spokane Chief since Ray Whitney in 1990-91 to win the Bob Clarke trophy.
The Chiefs and Cougars met up twice already this season with the Chiefs winning on both occasions on home ice. Holmberg had four goals and eight points over the first two meetings versus Prince George, while the Cougars’ Todd Fiddler netted two goals and five points in two meetings versus his former team.
FRIDAY NIGHT WHL HOCKEY ON SHAW…
Austin Carroll and the Victoria Royals (45-17-1-3) battle Matt Bellerive and the Kamloops Blazers (13-49-2-3) for a B.C. Division battleon Friday night, live on SHAW (7:00pm PST).
The Royals are back home after having played their last seven games on the road, and currently sit 10 points clear of Seattle for third place in the Western Conference. The Royals have already smashed franchise records for wins and points in a single season. Victoria can lock up third place in the Western Conference with any combination of points gained or points lost by Seattle totaling five.
The Blazers are in Victoria this weekend for the final two games of a 10-game road trip, and come into Friday’s contest having dropped five straight games. The Blazers have already been eliminated from playoff contention, but have the chance to play spoiler over the final days of the regular season. Bellerive has 18 goals and 40 points this season.
This weekend’s meetings mark the seventh and eighth encounters of the season between the B.C. Division rivals. The Royals took five of the first six meetings, including both previous meetings in Victoria.
SHAW will broadcast 32 WHL games during the 2013-14 WHL regular season. For the entire WHL on SHAW broadcast schedule, click HERE
WINTERHAWKS WELCOME THUNDERBIRDS ON FRIDAY, LIVE ON ROOT SPORTS…
Nicolas Petan and the Portland Winterhawks (48-13-2-3) take on Mathew Barzal and the Seattle Thunderbirds (39-20-2-4) in a match-up between U.S. Division combatants forFriday Night Ice, live on ROOT SPORTS(7:00pm PST).
The Winterhawks skated to a 5-1 win over the Tri-City Americans in Kennewick on Wednesday, reaching the 100-point plateau for a fourth consecutive season in the process. The Hawks have already locked up their second consecutive U.S. Division title, meaning they are guaranteed a top-two spot in the Western Conference. Nic Petan currently shares the WHL scoring lead with 107 points.
The Thunderbirds are coming off a 3-1 loss to the Everett Silvertips last Sunday, one night after ending the Winterhawks’ 21-game winning streak, and currently hold down fourth place in the Western Conference. The T-Birds are 17-14-1-1 on the road this season. Barzalranks sixth among all WHL rookies with 47 points this season.
It’s the 10th meeting of the season between the Thunderbirds and Winterhawks. The Winterhawks won five of the first nine meetings, including all four previous meetings in Portland.
ROOT will broadcast eight WHL contests through the end of the WHL regular season in March.
Friday, Mar. 7
Edmonton @ Brandon; 7:30
Medicine Hat @ Kootenay; 7:00
Regina @ Lethbridge; 7:00
Seattle @ Portland; 7:00 **Live on ROOT**
Spokane @ Prince George; 7:00
Swift Current @ Red Deer; 7:00
Moose Jaw @ Saskatoon; 7:05
Everett @ Tri-City; 7:05
Kamloops @ Victoria; 7:05 **Live on SHAW**
Saturday, Mar. 8
Tri-City @ Kelowna; 7:05
Regina @ Kootenay; 7:00
Swift Current @ Lethbridge; 7:00
Red Deer @ Medicine Hat; 7:30
Edmonton @ Moose Jaw; 7:00
Vancouver @ Portland; 7:00
Brandon @ Prince Albert; 7:00
Spokane @ Prince George; 7:00
Calgary @ Saskatoon; 7:05
Everett @ Seattle; 7:05
Kamloops @ Victoria; 7:05
Sunday, Mar. 9
Vancouver @ Seattle; 5:05
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
The Regina Pats were home to the Edmonton Oil Kings on Wednesday night in a huge game in terms of the standings. The game was the Pats contest in hand on the Swift Current Broncos who sat three points back of the Pats for the East Division lead. The Broncos beat Edmonton the night before coming from behind in a 4-3 decision to get within 3. The Pats had won 2 in a row coming in and would see Boston Leier and Dryden Hunt return to the lineup against the Oil Kings. Edmonton entered Wednesday two points out of first place in the Central Division and 1st in the Eastern Conference held by the Calgary Hitmen. Daniel Wapple got the start in goal for the Pats while the Oil Kings went with Tristan Jarry. The Pats scratches were Tye Hand, Maximillian Kammerer, Rylee Zimmer, Chase Harrison, Sam Steel and Brady Reagan.
In the first period the Pats got off to a good start scoring on their first powerplay of the game. It took Dryden Hunt all of 4:10 into his first game back to get on the board with his 18th on a great onetimer from the right circle. Boston Leier and Jesse Zgraggen the assists and it was 1-0 Pats. Then 12 seconds later the Oil Kings would ie it up as Dmitry Sinitsyn turned over a puck in his slot right to Brett Pollock who snapped home his 25th unassisted at 4:22 and it was 1-1. Then Edmonton took the lead at the 9:18 mark as Riley Kieser fired home his 14th from Ashton Sautner and Mads Eller and it was 2-1. The Pats would get that back with another powerplay goal from Dryden Hunt at 11:34 as he put home his 19th again from the right circle. Assists to Boston Leier and Kyle Burroughs and it was 2-2. The Pats would get at third powerplay with 1:06 left in the period but would not score before the horn and 54 seconds carried over into the 2nd. The Pats outshot the Oil Kings 10-9 in the frame.
In the second the Pats were unable to capitalize with their remaining powerplay time and the game remained tied. The Oil Kings started to take some momentum and had some good scoring chances towards Wapple. The Oil Kings would take the lead at 4:30 as Edgars Kulda skated by everybody and finished on the back hand for his 27th from Ashton Sautner and Curtis Lazar and it was 3-2. Then Luke Bertolucci drove the net for the Oil Kings and crashed into the Pat netminder and he went flying into his own post. Wapple was slow to get up and left the game as Dawson MacAuley came in to replace him. The Oil Kings kept pressing but the MacAuley made some good saves and kept his team within 1. The Oil Kings would get two powerplays in the frame but the Pats would kill them off and go to the third down by 1. The Oil Kings outshot the Pats 18-4 in the period and led overall 27-14.
In the third the Pats skated better but were unable to get much going offensively. Then on a fast break the Oil Kings made it 4-2 as Edgars Kulda put home his second of the game and 28th of the season from Curtis Lazar at 7:39. The Pats came close to getting within 1 as Austin Wagner made a great rush up the right wing and fired up high but off the post. Then on the powerplay late the Pats would pull Dawson MacAuley to go with 6 skaters but the Oil Kings would seal it with an empty netter short handed. Curtis Lazar with his 36th unassisted at 19:04. Edmonton took the 5-2 victory and outshot the Pats 11-9 in the 3rd and led overall 38-23.
The Pats went 2 for 5 on the powerplay and the penalty kill went oh for 3.
The third star went to the Oil Kings Ashton Sautner who had two assists in the win. The second star to the Pats Dryden Hunt who scored twice in his first game back and the first star to Edmonton's Edgars Kulda who scored twice including the game winner.
The Pats hit the road to take on the Lethbridge Hurricanes Friday at 8 o'clock Regina time on 620 CKRM.
Pats PP Goal at 4:10. Dryden Hunt (18th) from Jesse Zgraggen and Boston Leier.
Oil Kings Goal at 4:22. Brett Pollock (25th) unassisted.
Oil Kings Goal at 9:18. Riley Kieser (14th) from Ashton Sautner and Mads Eller.
Pats PP Goal at 11:34. Dryden Hunt (19th) from Boston Leier and Kyle Burroughs.
Oil Kings Goal at 4:30. Edgars Kulda (27th) from Ahston Sautner and Curtis Lazar.
Oil Kings Goal at 7:39. Edgars Kulda (28th) unassisted.
Oil Kings EN PP Goal at 19:04. Curtis Lazar (36th) unassisted.
Kelowna Rockets, Portland Winterhawks, Victoria Royals, Calgary Hitmen.
Toronto, ON – The Canadian Hockey League today announced the twenty-fourth edition of the BMO CHL Top 10 Rankings for the 2013-14 regular season. The weekly rankings of the Canadian Hockey League’s Top 10 teams are selected by a panel of National Hockey League scouts.
BMO CHL Top 10 Rankings – Week 24
Last Week Rank:
Number of Weeks Ranked:
Kelowna Rockets (52-10-0-4)
Guelph Storm (49-11-2-1)
Portland Winterhawks (47-13-2-3)
Baie-Comeau Drakkar (44-15-1-3)
London Knights (44-13-1-4)
Erie Otters (46-14-2-0)
Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (39-14-4-5)
Victoria Royals (45-17-1-3)
Rimouski Oceanic (40-15-3-4)
Calgary Hitmen (44-15-3-4)
Edmonton Oil Kings (45-17-2-1)
Halifax Mooseheads (42-18-0-3)
Oshawa Generals (41-17-0-5)
Jeff Hubert, Director, Communications
Western Hockey League
Canadian Hockey League
Manager, Media and Information Services