In May of 2012, I wrote a draft prospect profile on Kelowna Rockets forward Carter Rigby. Although some were high on him, including Cody Nickolet and Dan Sallows, it was […]
Western Hockey League
Eric Roy THW Close-Up: Date of birth: 10/24/1994 Place of birth: Beauval, SASK Ht: 6’3″ Wt: 190 lbs Shoots: Left Position: D NHL Draft Eligibility: 2013 1st year eligible Twitter: @Royzy07 THW […]
Josh Morrissey THW Close-Up: (Full name: Joshua T. Morrissey; aka J.T. and Josh Morrissey) Date of birth: 1995-Mar-28 Place of birth: Calgary, AB Ht: 6’0 Wt: 185 lbs Shoots: Left Position: Defenseman NHL […]
Last week, we looked at under-the-radar prospects from the Ontario Hockey League.
Now, let’s take a look at five Western Hockey League prospects who aren’t yet household names, but are looking forward to hearing their name called on June 30 in New Jersey.
With reports of the National Hockey League relocating the Phoenix Coyotes to Seattle, concern has risen for one of the Canadian Hockey League’s western markets.
There are characters in movies with defined roles, ones whose positions are clear as day.
And there are characters of hockey such as Curtis Lazar, characters who nobody can truly figure out.
The NHL Entry Draft is little more than a month away, and as usual there is a flood of interest in 2013 mock drafts, player profiles and NHL team needs. Most of the […]
The 2013 MasterCard Memorial Cup gets underway this Friday in Saskatoon with the hometown Blades getting things started against the London Knights. There are plenty of interesting storylines in this […]
Cody Corbett THW Close-up: Team: Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) Birthdate: December 14, 1993 Hometown: Lakeland, MN Height: 6’1″ Weight: 196 lbs Position: Defence Shoots: Left NHL Draft Eligibility: 2013 (2nd year […]
Ryan Pulock THW Close-Up: Date of birth: 10/06/1994 Place of birth: Grandview, MB, CAN Ht: 6’1″ Wt: 211 Shoots: Right Position: Defenseman NHL Draft Eligibility: 2013 1st year eligible Twitter: […]
The name “Seth Jones” and the word “tank” have been used in the same sentence a lot lately. In some ways it’s a compliment regarding Jones’s physical strength; in many other ways it’s just referring to teams selling at the trade deadline with the hopes of “[writing off the rest of this season and “[engineering]” my team the best way possible to get the first pick.”
Welcome to the life of the league’s basement dwellers. And welcome to the dilemma they’re to be facing with a potential first overall pick.
Everett Silvertips goalie Austin Lotz may not top the list of draft eligible goalies this year, but he just might turn out to be one of the best. Lotz has […]