CHL Announces Pre-Season Top 10 Rankings
The Canadian Hockey League today announced the pre-season edition of the CHL Top-10 Rankings for the 2017-18 season.
2017-18 Central Division Preview
The Central Division will feature six teams with their own strengths and weaknesses battling for as well as a number of up and coming prospects in the league.
Saskatoon Blades make pair of goaltending trades
The Saskatoon Blades were busy Wednesday, making a pair of trades involving goaltenders.
2017-18 U.S. Division Preview
After producing last year's Ed Chynoweth Cup, the U.S. Division is expected to be a battle again with five offensively-minded clubs competing for the top spot in the division.
Prince Albert Raiders forward Parker Kelly signs with Senators
Prince Albert Raiders forward Parker Kelly signed a contract with the National Hockey League's Ottawa Senators Tuesday.
Raiders acquire Sottile from Chiefs
The Prince Albert Raiders have acquired winger Brock Sottile from the Spokane Chiefs in exchange for a conditional draft pick.
2017-18 East Division Preview
With the Regina Pats serving as the hosts for this season's Mastercard Memorial Cup, the pressure will be on them to fend off the five other teams in their division…
WHL to officially launch 2017-18 season Thursday in Regina
WHL Commissioner Ron Robison will be in Regina on Thursday, September 21, to officially launch the 2017-18 WHL season.
Thunderbirds acquire Hughes from Oil Kings for pick
The Seattle Thunderbirds acquired goaltender Liam Hughes from the Edmonton Oil Kings Monday in exchange for a draft pick.
WHL Next Generation: Peyton Krebs
There's all sorts of new excitement surrounding the Kootenay ICE in Cranbrook, and rookie star Peyton Krebs aims to be at the heart of his club's on-ice resurgence.
ICE acquire Baer from Hurricanes for Elmer, pick
The Kootenay ICE were active on the trade front Monday, making a deal with the Lethbridge Hurricanes for 1997-born forward Alec Baer.
Roundup: 2017-18 WHL Pre-season recap
After 62 games in 19 days, the pre-season schedule for the 2017-18 Western Hockey League’s season ended Saturday with the regular season creeping up on the horizon.