Banged-up Warriors drop host Broncos … Ferguson gets real taste of NHL … Rassell hat trick sparks Tigers

F Adam Řehák (Medicine Hat, 2011-12) has been released by Invicta Dynamos Gillingham (England, English National Division 1) by mutual agreement. He had six goals and two assists in eight games.

The Moose Jaw Warriors are a bit banged up — they scratched seven skaters from Tuesday night’s game against the host Swift Current Broncos.

That’s why the Warriors brought in D Daemon Hunt, 15, D Matthew Sanders, 16, and D Drae Gardiner, 16.

Hunt, from Brandon, was a first-round pick in the WHL’s 2017 bantam draft. He had one assist in two earlier games with the Warriors. Hunt has 12 assists in 11 games with the midget AAA Brandon Wheat Kings.

Sanders and Gardiner are from Calgary and play for the midget AAA Calgary Buffaloes. Sanders, a fifth-round selection in the 2016 bantam draft, has one goal and eight assists in 14 games. Gardiner, an eighth-round pick in the 2016 bantam draft, has a goal and six assists in 13 games.

Hunt and Gardiner were in Moose Jaw’s lineup last night in Swift Current, while Sanders was a healthy scratch.

The Warriors are missing four defencemen. They have been playing without Josh Brook and Dmitri Zaitsev, then lost Jett Woo and Matthew Benson to undisclosed injuries during a 3-1 victory over the visiting Regina Pats on Sunday.

Brook and Woo are out week-to-week, with Zaitsev listed as day-to-day, and Benson as TBD.

With the three additions, the Warriors now have 11 defencemen on their roster.

With F Kirby Dach having returned from the U-17 World Hockey Challenge, the Saskatoon Blades have sent F Logan Doust, 16, back to the major midget Vancouver-Northwest Giants. . . . Doust, a ninth-round selection in the 2016 WHL bantam draft, was pointless in three games with the Blades.

Meanwhile, the Blades will be without D Seth Bafaro for their next three games as he completes a four-game WHL suspension. With him out of the lineup, they will keep D Randen Schmidt, 17, on their roster until Bafaro is eligible to return. Things will be re-evaluated at that point. Schmidt was brought in from the midget AAA Regina Pat Canadians.

The Kamloops Blazers are likely to be without G Dylan Ferguson again tonight as they play host to the Prince George Cougars.

Ferguson became the fifth goaltender to play for the expansion Vegas Golden Knights this NHL season as he entered in the third period of an 8-2 loss to the host Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.

Ferguson left Kamloops on Oct. 30 to join the Golden Knights under the emergency recall rule. The Golden Knights have three goaltenders, including starter Marc-Andre Fleury (concussion), on the injured list.

When last night’s game started, Ferguson was on the bench backing up Maxime Lagace again. That marked Ferguson’s seventh game as the Golden Knights’ No. 2 goaltender.

Ferguson, 19, replaced Lagace with the Oilers holding a 7-2 lead in the third period. Ferguson stopped one of two shots in 9:14, giving up a PP goal to F Mark Letestu at 15:38.

Vegas next is scheduled to play on Thursday against the host Vancouver Canucks. Ferguson is from Lantzville, which is on Vancouver Island.

The Blazers start a stretch of three games in four nights tonight. They are scheduled to entertain the Vancouver Giants on Friday night and the Lethbridge Hurricanes on Saturday.

With Ferguson gone, the Blazers have been using freshman Max Palaga, a 17-year-old native of Kamloops, and Dylan Garand, 15, who plays at the Delta Hockey Academy.

The Blazers (7-12-0) are 3-1-0 since Ferguson left to join the Golden Knights.

The junior B Surrey Knights of the Pacific Junior Hockey League haven’t won a game in two years. It all adds up to an 84-game losing streak. . . . David Ebner of The Globe and Mail takes a look right here at how things got to this state.

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D Trevor Longo, who was released by the Medicine Hat Tigers, has joined the BCHL’s Salmon Arm Silverbacks. Longo, from North Vancouver, B.C., was a sixth-round pick by the Tigers in the WHL’s 2015 bantam draft. This season, he was pointless in four games with the Tigers. . . .

The Lethbridge Hurricanes have dropped F Jayden Davis from their roster, and he has returned to the SJHL’s Estevan Bruins. Davis, who turned 18 on Tuesday, is from Alameda, Sask. He had one goal in 11 games with the Hurricanes. Last season, he had five goals and 16 assists in 45 games with the Bruins.


At Brandon, F Ty Lewis scored 27 seconds into OT to give the Wheat Kings a 6-5 victory over the Calgary Hitmen. . . . Brandon (12-6-1) has won three in a row. . . . Calgary (6-11-3) has lost three straight (0-1-2). . . . This was the first of four games in five nights for the Hitmen. . . . The Wheat Kings scored the game’s last three goals as they never once held the lead before Lewis scored his 10th goal of the season. . . . Calgary held a 2-0 lead thanks to goals from F Jakob Stukel, at 4:54 of the first period, and D Jake Bean (3), at 6:25 of the second. . . . Brandon pulled even on second-period scores by F Baron Thompson (4), at 7:12, and F Stelio Mattheos, at 10:56. . . . The Hitmen went back out front by two as F Tristen Nielsen scored at 2:49 of the third period and Stukel (10) got his second, at 3:53. . . . F Connor Gutenberg (4) scored shorthanded, at 5:59, as the Wheat Kings crawled back to within a goal. . . . But the Hitmen went back out front by two as Nielsen (6) scored, at 8:01. . . . Mattheos (13) cut the deficit to one at 12:07, and F Linden McCorrister (6) forced OT with a PP goal, at 18:31. . . . D Kale Clague had four assists for Brandon; he was in on two of the last three goals. . . . McCorrister added two assists, with Lewis, Gutenberg and Thompson adding one each. . . . The Hitmen got two assists from D Vladislav Yeryomenko. . . . Brandon was 1-2 on the PP; Calgary was 0-4. . . . G Logan Thompson earned the victory with 32 stops, 15 more than Calgary’s Nick Schneider. . . . Announced attendance: 3,443.

At Swift Current, F Jayden Halbgewachs scored three times and added two assists to lead the Moose Jaw Warriors to a 7-4 victory over the Swift Current Broncos. . . . The Warriors (16-4-0) have won six in a row and nine of 10. They are riding high atop the WHL’s overall standings. They also lead the second-place Broncos by five points in the East Division. The Broncos hold two games in hand. . . . The Broncos (13-4-1) had won their previous three games. . . . Moose Jaw, which scratched seven skaters, was 4-6 on the PP; the Broncos were 1-2. . . . F Logan Foster (2) gave the Broncos a 1-0 lead at 5:33 of the first period. . . . F Barrett Sheen (3), acquired Monday from the Kootenay Ice, pulled his new club even at 6:36. . . . The Warriors went ahead at 10:25 on a PP score by F Noah Gregor (10). . . . The Broncos tied it at 11:13 on a goal from F Tyler Steenbergen. . . . The Warriors took a two-goal lead on PP goals from Halbgewachs, at 17:50 of the first, and F Justin Almedia, at 0:12 of the second period. . . . F Aleksi Heponiemi (15) got the Broncos to within a goal, on a PP, at 4:04, but Almeida (11) got that one back at 12:47. . . . Steenbergen got his WHL-leading 28th goal at 19:25. . . . The Warriors put it away on two third-period goals from Halbgewachs, the first on a PP at 8:33 and the second at 16:22. . . . Almeida also had two assists, as did F Tanner Jeannot. F Brayden Burke had four assists for Moose Jaw, and Gregor had one. . . . Almeida has 11 goals in 20 games this season. Last season, he totalled 11 goals in 70 games — he had four goals in 37 games with the Prince George Cougars, then added seven in 33 games after being dealt to Moose Jaw. . . . F Glenn Gawdin had two assists for the Broncos, with Steenbergen and Heponiemi each getting one. That meant that the Broncos’ hot line totalled seven points. . . . Steenbergen leads the WHL scoring race with 49 points, one more than Heponiemi and nine more than Gawdin. . . . The Warriors got 23 saves from G Brody Willms. At the other end, Logan Flodell stopped 34 shots. . . . D Artyom Minulin was among the Broncos’ scratches. . . . The Warriors scratched D Jett Woo, D Josh Brook, F Tyler Smithies, F Brecon Wood, F Brett Howden, who missed his third straight game, D Matthew Benson and D Dmitri Zaitsev. . . . Announced attendance: 2,129.

At Medicine Hat, F Mark Rassell scored three times to lead the Tigers to a 4-1 victory over the Kootenay Ice. . . . The Tigers (12-6-0) have won five in a row. . . . The Ice (8-12-1) has lost four straight. . . . The Ice was playing its first game since it traded away D Cale Fleury, the team captain, and veteran F Barrett Sheen on Monday. F Cole Muir, who was acquired from the Regina Pats in the Fleury deal, was in the Ice’s lineup, but D Jonathan Smart wasn’t. . . . Medicine Hat took a 3-0 lead on a first-period goal from F Ryan Jevne (5), at 11:20, and two from Rassell, at 13:52 and 16:54, the latter on a penalty shot. . . . F Sebastian Streu (2) scored the Ice’s goal at 19:57. . . . Rassell, who has 20 goals, completed his first hat trick of this season, and the second of his career, at 13:01 of the third period. He now has eight goals in his past four games. . . . The Tigers were 0-2 on the PP; the Ice was 0-1. . . . G Jordan Hollett earned the victory with 30 saves. . . . G Duncan McGovern, acquired by the Ice from the Tigers on Oct. 23, started for Kootenay and made 24 saves. . . . In each of its last three games, the Tigers have faced a goaltender who used to play for them. On the weekend, they twice beat G Nick Schneider and the Calgary Hitmen. . . . The Tigers scratched F James Hamblin (knee) for a second straight game. . . . The Ice remains without veteran forwards Jeff de Wit and Colton Kroeker. . . . Announced attendance: 3,058.

At Kelowna, the Rockets scored twice in the game’s first five minutes en route to a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oil Kings. . . . Kelowna (11-6-3) has won three in a row and now trails the B.C. Division-leading Victoria Royals by four points. Kelowna has two games in hand. . . . The Oil Kings (5-13-2) have lost seven straight. . . . Edm is 0-3-0 on a swing through the B.C. Division that will wrap up with a doubleheader in Prince George on Friday and Saturday. When the trip ends, the Oil Kings will have played five games in four B.C. Division cities, missing only Kamloops. But they will have driven through Kamloops twice. . . . F Dillon Dube scored 25 seconds into the first period and F Kyle Topping (8) made it 2-0 at 4:22. . . . The Oil Kings got to within a goal at 10:49 when F Trey Fix-Wolansky (9) counted. . . . Dube (10) got that one back at 12:59. . . . F Davis Koch (8) scored for the visitors at 8:21 of the second period. . . . The Rockets put it away on two third-period goals from F Carsen Twarynski, at 0:18 and 19:18, the latter into an empty net. . . . The Rockets got two assists from F Liam Kindree, who has a goal and six assists over his past four games. Dube and Twarynski each added an assist. . . . Fix-Wolansky and Koch each had an assist for the visitors. . . . Kelowna was 0-2 on the PP; Edmonton was 1-5. . . . G James Porter stopped 21 shots for Kelowna. With G Brodan Salmond (knee) out for up to six weeks, the Rockets had Roman Basran backing up for this one. He plays for the major midget Okanagan Rockets, who play out of Kelowna. Basran, 16, was a third-round pick by Kelowna in the 2016 bantam draft. . . . G Travis Child stopped 24 shots for Edmonton. . . . The game marked a return to Kelowna for F Tomas Soustal, who was dealt to the Oil Kings on Oct. 3. He had one assist. . . . Announced attendance: 4,326.

At Kent, Wash., the Prince Albert Raiders scored the game’s last three goals and beat the Seattle Thunderbirds, 6-4. . . . The Raiders (9-7-3) are 2-1-0 on a six-game road trip. This was the start of a stretch of four games in five nights in four different cities. . . . The Thunderbirds (9-8-2) have lost four in a row (0-3-1). . . . The game featured five goals on special teams, three of them shorties, two of those by the Raiders. . . . F Spencer Moe (4) put the visitors ahead 1-0 at 5:11 of the first period. . . . D Austin Strand tied it, on a PP, at 8:27. He’s got 10 goals this season, nine of them on the PP. . . . The Raiders took a 3-1 lead on goals from F Brett Season (3), shorthanded, at 9:31, and F Parker Kelly (11), at 12:00. . . . Seattle scored the next three goals to take a 4-3 lead. . . . F Zack Andrusiak (8) scored, on a PP, at 14:53. D Turner Ottenbreit got his fourth goal while shorthanded, at 0:40 of the second period. . . . D Jarret Tyszka (1) broke the 3-3 tie at 14:14. . . . F Curtis Miske got Prince Albert back into a tie 16 seconds into the third period. . . . F Jordy Stallard (15) broke the tie at 14:48. . . . Miske (6) iced it with a shorthanded empty-netter at 19:25. . . . Stallard, who also had an assist, is riding a 12-game point streak. He’s got 22 points, including 12 goals, over that stretch. . . . Stallard has his 15 goals in 19 games. Last season, he totalled 14 goals in 40 games. He had eight goals in 32 games with the Calgary Hitmen, then added six goals in eight games after being dealt to the Raiders. A shoulder injury shortened his season. . . . Miske and Leason added an assist each. . . . F Noah Philp and F Nolan Volcan each had two assists for Seattle. . . . The Thunderbirds were 2-8 on the PP; the Raiders were 0-4. . . . In their last two games, the Raiders have allowed seven PP goals on 20 opportunities. Six of those PP goals have come on 5-on-3s. . . . Each of the goaltenders — Prince Albert’s Ian Scott and Seattle’s Matt Berlin — stopped 26 shots. . . . Seattle F Donovan Neuls left in the second period after apparently suffering a cut to one hand when he was slashed. He returned in the third period but was having problems holding his stick. . . . F Sami Moilanen was among Seattle’s scratches. He didn’t finish Saturday’s 4-2 loss to the visiting Kamloops Blazers. . . . Announced attendance: 4,526.

At Victoria, G Riley Lamb stopped 28 shots in his first start of the season and his Red Deer Rebels scored a 5-3 victory over the Royals. . . . Red Deer (9-11-1) had lost is previous six games (0-5-1). . . . Victoria (14-7-1) has lost two in a row and now is 8-2-1 at home. . . . Lamb suffered a broken thumb in training camp. He made his first appearance this season on Saturday when he came on in relief during a 5-2 loss to the Rockets in Kelowna. . . . Last night, the Rebels got off to a 2-0 lead on second-period goals from F Austin Pratt (6), at 3:02, and F Kristian Reichel (8), at 4:38. . . . The Royals then took a 3-2 lead, getting goals from F Matthew Phillips (16), at 10:13 of the second, F Jared Legien (9), at 2:04 of the third period, and F Regan Nagy (17), on a PP, at 5:15. . . . Red Deer won it with three goals in 6:55. . . . F Mason McCarty (11) tied the score at 12:18, and F Reese Johnson (6) broke the tie, at 14:52. . . . F Lane Zablocki (7) got the empty-netter, at 19:13. . . . D Alex Alexeyev, McCarty and Pratt each had two assists for the winners. . . . Red Deer was 0-2 on the PP; Victoria was 1-5. . . . The Royals got 25 saves from G Dean McNabb. . . . The Rebels are 1-4-0 on a seven-game trek that actually began in Regina and will continue in Vancouver on Wednesday and end in Cranbrook on Friday. . . . Announced attendance: 4,337.

WEDNESDAY (all times local):

Calgary at Regina, 7 p.m.

Moose Jaw at Saskatoon, 7:05 p.m.

Red Deer vs. Vancouver, at Langley, B.C., 7 p.m.

Prince George at Kamloops, 7 p.m.

Prince Albert at Everett, 7:05 p.m.

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Flynn, IceRays battling the storm … King crowns Warriors … Royals recruit Legien

F Brett Ferguson (Red Deer, 2008-11) has signed a one-year contract with the Guildford Flames (England, UK Elite). He played only two exhibition games last season with Gap (France, Ligue Magnus). He was injured, had hip surgery and missed the rest of the season.

When Brad Flynn was apprenticing as a hockey coach, he learned about and handled a lot of things. You can bet that dealing with a hurricane wasn’t one of them.

Flynn is preparing for his second season as the head coach of the NAHL’s Corpus Christi, Texas, IceRays. But, as you will be aware, Corpus Christi, a city of more than 325,000 people, spent some time late last week directly in the path of Hurricane Harvey.

“Nothing has prepared me for this training camp,” Flynn told Taking Note via email on Tuesday.

The tropical storm did veer away, reaching land about 15 miles northeast of downtown Corpus Christi, where the IceRays’ home arena, the American Bank Center, is located. However, it still left behind some damage in the form of downed trees and power lines, broken signs, and some damage to homes and businesses.

Flynn and the IceRays were to have opened training camp on Friday. Of course, that didn’t happen and, in fact, has yet to take place. For the past few days, he has had his hands full with, first, making sure the players and their billets were safe, moving most of them to the Dallas/Fort Worth area, and, second, getting everyone back to Corpus Christi.

In Flynn’s words:

“We had 10 players on the road still coming in and I got them to hunker in the closest city outside the hurricane’s path. The other 20 were here and needed to be evacuated by billets. I believe billeting in junior hockey is one of the most under appreciated aspect. Our billets evacuated and took players they had known less than 24 hours to safety even though we offered to make arrangements.

“Everyone is returning to the city (Wednesday). Our ice isn’t ready and the rink hasn’t been opened but we will begin some off-ice and plenty of community service to help rebuild our city.”

Flynn simply couldn’t say enough good things about the IceRays’ billet families.

“Our billets, many of whom billet the Corpus Christi Hooks minor league baseball team, are the real MVPs of this whole situation,” he wrote. “We have led the league in attendance the last four years. . . . We are going to be giving to our community like they support us through thick and thin.”

The ice had been going into the arena early last week, but the ice-making equipment had to be shut off with the storm approaching. So the ice-making process will have to be done over again once the all-clear is given.

If you are interested, Flynn did an interview that is available right here at

He also told Taking Note: “If people would like to help hurricane victims, they may donate to the Red Cross.” You are able to donate right here.

Before taking over as the head coach in Corpus Christi, Flynn, 32, spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the MJHL’s Swan Valley Stampeders. He was an assistant coach with the IceRays in 2014-15 and filled the same post with the QMJHL’s Acadie-Bathurst Titan in 2015-16.

Flynn’s father, Danny, is a veteran coach who is in his first season as an assistant coach with the WHL’s Portland Winterhawks.

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The WHL exhibition season got rolling on Tuesday night, as the visiting Swift Current Broncos dumped the Moose Jaw Warriors, 4-0. . . . F Ben King, the 13th overall selection in the 2017 bantam draft, scored three times, two of them on the PP as the Broncos went 3-for-7 with the man advantage. . . . F Logan Barlage, the fourth-overall pick in the 2016 bantam draft, added a goal and two assists. . . . G Joel Hofer (12 saves in 30:39) and G Ethan Hein (eight saves in 29:21) shared the shutout. . . . The Warriors got 23 stops from G Ethan Fitzgerald. . . . The teams meet again Thursday, this time in Swift Current.

F Nic Holowko continued to show some offensive flair in the Kamloops Blazers’ training camp as he scored three times, the last one providing Team White with a 5-4 victory over Team Blue in the team’s annual intrasquad game. . . . With Sandman Centre being used as a wildfire evacuee centre, the game was played at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre. . . . The Blazers will play their two home exhibition games there, too, starting Friday against the Victoria Royals. . . . Earlier, Holowko, 20, twice had hat tricks in camp scrimmages. . . . In three WHL seasons, Holowko has scored five, six and seven goals. . . . G Max Palaga, who is competing for a spot backing up Dylan Ferguson, wasn’t available after suffering an undisclosed injury at a morning practice. . . . Veteran forwards Quinn Benjafield and Travis Walton also sat this one out. . . . Tip of the hat to Jon Keen, the radio voice of the Blazers, for the info.

F Jared Legien, who was the ninth overall pick in the WHL’s 2013 bantam draft, is in training camp with the Victoria Royals. The Kootenay Ice, who selected the native of Pilot Butte, Sask., dropped him from its list after he scored four goals and added four assists in 69 games in 2015-16. The Royals added him to their protected list and general manager Cam Hope convinced him to come to camp. . . . Last season, with the SJHL’s Yorkton Terriers, Legien, who turns 19 on Sept. 2, put up 30 goals and 26 assists in 51 games, showing that he still has the offensive touch. . . . In his bantam draft year, Legien had 40 goals and 26 assists in 26 games with the bantam AA Prairie Storm. . . . In 84 WHL games, he has four goals and five assists. . . . Why did he agree to report to Victoria? “I did not want to look back with any regrets,” Legien told Cleve Dheensaw of the Victoria Times Colonist. “There is a lot of talent on this team and I feel I can complement it.”

The Saskatoon Blades have signed G Koen MacInnes, who was a second-round selection in the WHL’s 2017 bantam draft. . . . From Burnaby, B.C., MacInnes played with the Burnaby Winter Club’s Tier 1 bantam team last season, helping the team to a Western Canadian championship. . . . He is expected to see some exhibition action with the Blades before returning home to play for the BWC’s Elite 15 side. . . . Saskatoon now has four goaltenders under contract, with MacInnes joining Logan Flodell, 20; Joel Grzybowski, 18; and Nolan Maier, 16.

The Victoria Royals have signed D Kaden Reinders, 15, and D Remy Aquilon, 16, to WHL contracts. . . . Reinders, from Grande Prairie, Alta., was a third-round selection in the WHL’s 2017 bantam draft. Last season, with the bantam AAA Grande Prairie Storm, he had four goals and 15 assists in 33 games. . . . Aquilon, from Kelowna, was added to the Rockets’ list earlier this year. He played last season with the Pursuit of Excellence Elite 15s, putting up four goals and 12 assists in 28 games.

The Everett Silvertips have signed F Reece Vitelli to a WHL contract. From Winnipeg, he was a fourth-round pick in the WHL’s 2016 bantam draft. Last season, with the midget AAA Winnipeg Wild, he had nine goals and 19 assists in 36 games. He added three goals and six assists in 11 playoff games as the Wild won the Manitoba Midget Hockey League championship. . . . The previous season, he 32 goals and 37 assists in 34 games with the bantam AAA Winnipeg Warriors.

The Lethbridge Hurricanes are without two of their veteran players as training camp heads towards the start of the exhibition schedule. D Brennan Riddle and F Ryan Bowen are both out indefinitely with undisclosed injuries. . . . Richard Gibson, writing at, reports that both have “upper-body injuries.” . . . Riddle, 20, is preparing for his fourth WHL season. He had four goals and 14 assists in 68 games with the Hurricanes last season, after being acquired from the Prince Albert Raiders with whom he had played the previous two seasons. . . . Bowen, who will turn 19 on Dec. 10, was acquired last season from the Moose Jaw Warriors. He had six goals and 18 assists in 40 games with the Hurricanes, after putting up five goals and seven assists in 18 games with Moose Jaw.

F Tristen Robins has signed with the Regina Pats, according to From Brandon, Robins was a fourth-round selection by the Pats in the 2017 bantam draft. He will turn 16 on Nov. 15. . . . Two seasons ago, he totalled 51 goals and 40 assists in 35 games with the bantam AAA Wheat Kings. . . . Last season, with the Rink Hockey Academy prep team in Winnipeg, Robins had five goals and eight assists in 25 games. . . . He is the son of former G Trevor Robins (Saskatoon, Brandon, 1989-93).

The Moose Jaw Warriors have signed three more players — D Drae Gardiner and F Cameron Sterling, both of whom played last season with the minor midget AAA CBHA Blackhawks, and F Levi Thiessen. . . . Gardiner, 16, was an eighth-round selection in the 2016 WHL bantam draft. Last season, he had 14 goals and 29 assists in 36 games with the Blackhawks. . . . Sterling, a list player, will turn 16 on Sept. 12. He had 28 goals and 35 assists in 36 games with the Blackhawks. . . . Thiessen, a fifth-round pick in the 2017 bantam draft, played last season with the bantam AAA Winnipeg Hawks. He had 27 goals and 34 assists in 30 games.

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