KAMLOOPS — This is the last weekend of the exhibition schedule in the Western Hockey League. The Blazers are in Prince George for their last game of the pre-season. A game that should provide some answers to some of the roster decisions before the beginning of the regular season next weekend. The Blazers are 1-and-3 in the pre-season.
KAMLOOPS — Dylan Ferguson has his first NHL shutout --- even though it was exhibition and a rookie game. It was also the first win of any kind in Vegas Golden Knights franchise history. Ferguson was in goal for the entire game in the Golden Knights 4-0 win over the Los Angeles Kings in a rookie game Wednesday in California.
KAMLOOPS — For the second week in a row a player from WolfPack soccer has been named a player of the week in Canada West. Midfielder Ryan Glanville gets the nod after helping TRU to a scoreless draw and a win on the weekend. The two time Canada West all-star and U Sports academic all-Canadian scored his second goal of the season and had an assist in a 4-2 win over Fraser Valley. Last week Mitch Popadynetz of the WolfPack was a Canada West first star of the week.
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Selecting a term
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