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Draft Profile - Jett Woo

Jett Woo

Right-Handed Defenseman

Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)

Size: 6’0 (182 cm) and 205 lbs (93 kg) 267 more words

Hockey

Halbgewachs sparks Warriors . . . Portland's McKenzie fills hat in P.G. . . . Chiefs get split in Victoria


F Ian McDonald (Tri-City, 2000-06) has signed a one-year contract extension with Selb (Germany, Oberliga). He has 19 goals and 42 assists in 33 games. He started the season with Gherdëina Selva Val Gardena (Italy, Alps HL), with nine goals and 10 assists in 15 games. 1,729 more words

Saskatoon Blades lose 4th straight 5-1 against Moose Jaw Warriors

The Saskatoon Blades lost their fourth straight game 5-1 against the Moose Jaw Warriors on Saturday.

Justin Almeida, Josh Brook, Jayden Halbgewachs, Brett Howden and Tristin Langan scored for the Warriors. 92 more words

Sports

Pats, Warriors rivalry heating up . . . An interview with the Babe . . . Tendeck, Giants blank Blazers

F Brock Nixon (Kamloops, Calgary, 2003-08) has signed a contract for the rest of this season with Esbjerg (Denmark, Metal Ligaen) after being released by mutual agreement by the Graz 99ers (Austria, Erste Bank Liga). 1,022 more words

Scattershooting on a Sunday . . . Warriors, Broncos both win . . . Chiefs complete perfect weekend

It’s obvious that the Everett Silvertips are in the Seattle Thunderbirds’ kitchen and they’re cooking up a tremendous dinner. If you haven’t seen the comments from Seattle head coach Matt O’Dette after the last couple of games, you need to hunt them up because this has turned into the WHL’s best rivarly. 1,637 more words

Moose Jaw Warriors double up Saskatoon Blades 4-2

The Moose Jaw Warriors doubled up the Saskatoon Blades 4-2 in Western Hockey League (WHL) action on Sunday.

Warriors forward Brayden Burke had two goals and an assist. 116 more words

Sports

Saskatoon Blades drop a close one to league-leading Moose Jaw Warriors

For every slight stumble by the Saskatoon Blades, the tighter the Western Hockey League’s Eastern Conference wild-card playoff standings get.

The Blades dropped a 4-2 decision Sunday to the first-place Moose Jaw Warriors at SaskTel Centre. 488 more words

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