Connor McClennon is one of 44 players that will attend Canada’s national men’s under-18 team selection camp 06/26/19

W/innipeg ICE 2002-born forward Connor McClennon is one of 44 players that will attend Canada’s national men’s under-18 team selection camp from July 26-30 in Calgary.

Hockey Canada is inviting four goaltenders, 16 defencemen and 24 forwards to the camp, all of which are competing for the chance to represent Canada at the 2019 Hlinka Gretzky Cup in Czech and Slovakia from August 5-10.

The ICE selected McClennon second overall in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft.

The Wainwright, Alberta native completed his rookie campaign with the ICE in March of 2019. He scored 14 goals and added 15 assists for 29 points in 46 games last season.

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Winnipeg ICE Hockey Club announced on Tuesday that it has acquired a conditional 2021 eighth round draft pick 06/25/19

The Winnipeg ICE Hockey Club announced on Tuesday that it has acquired a conditional 2021 eighth round draft pick from the Victoria Royals in exchange for 2001-born forward River Fahey.



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Vegas Golden Knights selected Winnipeg ICE Captain Peyton Krebs 17th overallat the 2019 NHL Draft 06/21/19

The Vegas Golden Knights selected Winnipeg ICE Captain Peyton Krebs 17th overallat the 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver on Friday evening.

The Okotoks, Alberta native is the first ICE player to be selected in the first round of the NHL Draft since 2014.

Krebs has played two full seasons with the ICE after being selected first overall by the organization at the 2016 WHL Bantam Draft. The 2001-born forward has scored 37 goals and added 91 assists for 128 points in 137 regular season games.

The 17th overall draft pick has represented his country on the international stage on numerous occasions. Most recently, Krebs wore the ‘C’ for Team Canada at the 2019 IIHF U18 World Championship in April. He was also the captain for Team Canada Red at the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. In addition, Krebs was a member of the gold medal winning Canadian squad at the 2018 Hlinka Gretzky Cup.

On Wednesday, Krebs was named to the 43-man roster for Hockey Canada’s upcoming National Junior Team Summer Development Camp.

He became the 23rd captain in ICE franchise history in early December 2018.

Krebs becomes the fourth player in ICE franchise history to be selected in the first round of the NHL Draft. The other three include Sam Reinhart (second overall, Buffalo Sabres), Dan Blackburn (10th overall, New York Rangers) and Steve McCarthy (23rd overall, Chicago Blackhawks).

Rounds two through seven of the 2019 NHL Draft will take place beginning at 12:00 p.m. Central Time on Saturday.

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The Winnipeg Blues, in collaboration with the MJHL, announced its 60-game 2019-2020 regular season schedule 06/20/19

The Winnipeg Blues, in collaboration with the MJHL, announced its 60-game 2019-2020 regular season schedule on Thursday.

Highlighting the Blues schedule are six afternoon home weekend games with a 2:00 p.m. puck drop. Those games are listed below:

  • Sat, October 12   vs Neepawa   2:00 p.m.
  • Sun, October 13   vs Dauphin              2:00 p.m.
  • Sun, November 3   vs Portage   2:00 p.m.
  • Sun, November 17   vs Dauphin   2:00 p.m.
  • Sat, November 23   vs Dauphin   2:00 p.m.
  • Sun, March 1   vs OCN   2:00 p.m.

**Note: all times are Central Time**

The Blues begin its season with a home-and-home against the defending MJHL Champion Portage Terriers on September 20 and 22.

The Blues close out 2019 with a road date against the Steinbach Pistons on New Year’s Eve. The Blues begin 2020 by welcoming the Pistons on January 3.

The Blues conclude the 2019-2020 regular season at home against the OCN Blizzard on March 1.

The entire 2019-2020 Blues regular season schedule can be viewed by clicking the link provided >> CLICK HERE

OTHER SCHEDULE FACTS

The Blues play 11 of its first 16 games on the road.

The longest homestand of the season will take place from November 12-19 (a stretch of four games). The longest road trip is a span of eight games from September 27 to October 8.

The Blues play 15 games on Fridays, 15 games on Saturdays and 13 games on Sundays.

The Blues have no games scheduled between December 23-30 for the holiday break.

The Blues will play its home games at the RINK Training Centre, located at 57 South Landing Drive just off McGillivray Boulevard.

WINNIPEG BLUES PRE-SEASON SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

The Winnipeg Blues also announced on Thursdayit’s 2019 pre-season schedule which includes five games. Those games are as follows:

  • Thurs, September 5   vs Selkirk   7:30 p.m.
  • Tues, September 10   @ Steinbach   7:30 p.m.
  • Thurs, September 12   @ Selkirk   7:30 p.m.
  • Sat, September 14   vs Selkirk   2:00 p.m.
  • Sun, September 15   @ Selkirk   7:30 p.m.

**Note: all times are Central Time**




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Winnipeg ICE Captain Peyton Krebs is one of 43 players named to Hockey Canada’s roster 06/19/19

Winnipeg ICE Captain Peyton Krebs is one of 43 players named to Hockey Canada’s roster for the upcoming National Junior Team Summer Development Camp.

Hockey Canada made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon confirming that the camp is scheduled to take place from July 27 to August 4 in Plymouth, Michigan.

Five goaltenders, 13 defencemen and 25 forwards make up the 43-man roster.

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WHL SENDS 12 PLAYERS TO CANADA’S NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM SPORT CHEK SUMMER DEVELOPMENT CAMP 06/19/19


WHL SENDS 12 PLAYERS TO CANADA’S NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM SPORT CHEK SUMMER DEVELOPMENT CAMP  
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2019
 
Calgary, Alta. – The Western Hockey League is proud to announce today 12 WHL players have been invited to Hockey Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Summer Development Camp July 27 to Aug. 4 in Plymouth, Mich.

The group of WHL talent is led by WHL and Canadian Hockey League Defenceman of the Year Ty Smith (New Jersey Devils) of the Spokane Chiefs and features six forwards and five defencemen. Defencemen Calen Addison (Pittsburgh Penguins) of the Lethbridge Hurricanes and Jett Woo (Vancouver Canucks) of the Calgary Hitmen, as well as forward Cole Fonstad (Montreal Canadiens) of the WHL Champion Prince Albert Raiders represent the three other players already selected in the NHL Draft.

Seven WHL players attending the camp are eligible for the 2019 NHL Draft, set to be held June 21-22 at Rogers Place in Vancouver, B.C. Bowen Byram of the Vancouver Giants is ranked second among North American skaters according to NHL Central Scouting’s Final Rankings and is the CHL’s top-ranked prospect in addition to earning an invitation to the camp.  

Kirby Dach of the Saskatoon Blades, Dylan Cozens of the Lethbridge Hurricanes, and Peyton Krebs of the Winnipeg ICE, ranked within the top 10 skaters in North America, also earned camp invitations. Nolan Foote of the Kelowna Rockets, ranked 37th among North American skaters, and Luka Burzan of the Brandon Wheat Kings, ranked 126th, will be attending the camp. Calgary Hitmen forward Carson Focht is also eligible for the 2019 NHL Draft.

Two of the 43 players invited to the camp are eligible for the 2020 NHL Draft in Montreal, Que., with Brandon Wheat Kings defenceman Braden Schneider occupying one of those slots. The Prince Albert, Sask. product has represented Canada at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge and IIHF Under-18 World Championship.

The Wheat Kings and Hitmen lead the WHL contingent with each boasting a pair of players invited to the camp. Eight other WHL member Clubs are represented by a single player. The WHL will also be represented on the team staff by assistant coach Mitch Love, head coach of the Blades.

WHL Invitees – Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Summer Development Camp              H W DOB Hometown WHL Club NHL Defence             Calen Addison 5’10” 180 4/11/2000 Brandon, Man. Lethbridge Hurricanes PIT ’18 (2-53) Bowen Byram 6’1” 192 6/13/2001 Cranbrook, B.C. Vancouver Giants Eligible 2019 Braden Schneider 6’2” 210 9/20/2001 Prince Albert, Sask. Brandon Wheat Kings Eligible 2020 Ty Smith 5’11” 177 3/24/2000 Lloydminster, Alta. Spokane Chiefs NJ ’18 (1-17) Jett Woo 6’0” 203 7/27/2000 Winnipeg, Man. Calgary Hitmen VAN ‘18
(2-37) Forwards             Luka Burzan 6’1” 190 1/7/2000 Surrey, B.C. Brandon Wheat Kings Eligible 2019 Dylan Cozens 6’3” 185 2/9/2001 Whitehorse, Yukon Lethbridge Hurricanes Eligible 2019 Kirby Dach 6’4” 195 1/21/2001 Fort Saskatchewan, Alta. Saskatoon Blades Eligible 2019 Carson Focht 6’0” 177 2/4/2000 Regina, Sask. Calgary Hitmen Eligible 2019 Cole Fonstad 5’10 165 4/24/2000 Estevan, Sask. Prince Albert Raiders MTL ’18 (5-128) Nolan Foote 6’3” 188 11/29/2000 Kelowna, B.C. Kelowna Rockets Eligible 2019 Peyton Krebs 5’11” 180 1/26/2001 Okotoks, Alta. Winnipeg ICE Eligible 2019
The five goaltenders, 13 defencemen and 25 forwards will be split into two teams – Red and White. The Canadians will play four games in Plymouth, taking on the United States twice in addition to singles against Finland and Sweden.
 
Brad McEwen, head scout for the Program of Excellence, and POE management group member Mark Hunter put the roster together, and will continue to monitor the athletes through the start of the 2019-20 season ahead of Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp and the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship in Ostrava and Trinec, Czech Republic.
 
“We’re very pleased with the group that will be brought together in Plymouth,” said Shawn Bullock, director of men’s national teams. “This is a development opportunity for some of the younger athletes, and it’s a great opportunity for our coaching staff and players to start developing solid relationship ahead of the World Juniors.”

For more information on Hockey Canada and the Program of Excellence, please visit HockeyCanada.ca or follow through social media on Facebook, Twitter and Twitter.com/HC_Men.

About the Western Hockey League
Regarded as the world’s finest development league for junior hockey players, the Western Hockey League (WHL) head office is based in Calgary, Alberta. The WHL consists of 22 member Clubs with 17 located in Western Canada and five in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. A member of the Canadian Hockey League, the WHL has been a leading supplier of talent for the National Hockey League for over 50 years. The WHL is also the leading provider of hockey scholarships with over 350 graduates each year receiving WHL Scholarships to pursue a post-secondary education of their choice. Each season, WHL players also form the nucleus of Canada’s National Junior Hockey Team.
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Basketball Manitoba is pleased to formally announce the rosters for the 2019 Manitoba Provincial Teams

(JUNE 19, 2019 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) Basketball Manitoba is pleased to formally announce the rosters for the 2019 Manitoba Provincial Teams. These six teams – 15U Male, 15U Female, 16U Male, 16U Female, 17U Male and 17U Female, will go on to train and represent the province this summer at international events including the Canada Basketball National Championships and Western Canada Summer Games in August.

This past Saturday, Basketball Manitoba hosted its annual ‘Team Toba Day’ which included a full day of physical testing, data collection, Under Armour gear distribution, official photographs, parent/coach meetings, program overviews and education sessions by Dr. Glen Bergeron on the topics of doping and cannabis use in sport and concussions in basketball.   

The plans for the summer of 2019 include…

  • – Prairie Cup Challenge vs Team Sask (Brandon) July 7
  • Summer Slam* (Sioux Falls, SD) July 12-14
  • – D1 Summer Classic* (Minneapolis, MN) July 19-21
  • – North Tartan Meltdown* (Minneapolis, MN) July 19-22
  •  – Canada Basketball National Championships (Fredericton, NB) Aug 4-11
  • – Canada Basketball National Championships (Victoria, BC) Aug 4-11
  •  – Western Canada Summer Games (Swift Current, SK) Aug 9-13

The teams were selected from tryouts held in late May and the full rosters are…

LEGEND:

  • PP = Practice Player 
  • HC = Head Coach
  • AC = Assistant Coach
  • M = Manager
  • MC = Mentor Coach
  • Pos = Position 
  • Gr = Grade
15U FEMALE – MANITOBA PROVINCIAL TEAM
Type Pos First Name Last Name Age Gr School Hometown
Roster F Anne Adewumi 15 9 Acadia Junior High Winnipeg
Roster F Mia Banmann 15 9 St. Mary’s Academy Winnipeg
Roster F Tanah Becker 13 8 Linden Meadows School Winnipeg
Roster G Halley Cruz 13 7 Stanley Knowles School Winnipeg
Roster F Kyu Fust 14 8 Ecole Sage Creek School Winnipeg
Roster G Delaney Galera 15 9 Westwood Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Raia Guinto 14 9 Sisler High School Winnipeg
Roster F Ayva Khan 15 9 Vincent Massey Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Hannah Olugbodi 15 9 Saint Norbert Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Treyah Paquette 14 9 Glenlawn Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Teagan Penner 13 8 Henry G Izatt School Winnipeg
Roster F Leah Ross 15 9 Westwood Collegiate Winnipeg
PP G Madyson Eisnor 13 8 Evergreen Park School Winnipeg
PP G Ksusha Milusheva 13 8 Henry G Izatt School Winnipeg
PP F Lauryn Wilson 14 8 Henry G Izatt School Winnipeg
HC JP Beauchemin Winnipeg
AC Rebecca Potter Winnipeg
15U MALE – MANITOBA PROVINCIAL TEAM
Type Pos First Name Last Name Age Gr School Hometown
Roster F Michael Adebiyi 15 9 Acadia Junior High School Winnipeg
Roster G Giovanni Ajiamah 14 8 La Barriere Crossings School Winnipeg
Roster G Brendan Amoyaw 15 9 Grant Park High School Winnipeg
Roster F Jordan Cahill 15 9 Lorette Collegiate Lorette
Roster G Lorence Dela Cruz 14 9 St. Paul’s High School Winnipeg
Roster F Ryan Luke 14 9 John Taylor Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Lance Mangaron 13 7 Meadows West School Winnipeg
Roster F Zerek Menard 14 9 Dauphin Regional School Dauphin
Roster G Chisom Njelita 15 9 Dakota Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Chinonso Njelita 15 9 Dakota Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Anthony Okindo 15 9 St. Paul’s High School Headingley
Roster G Waqo Tolera Tessema 15 9 Glenlawn Collegiate Institute Winnipeg
PP G Paul Bocalan 13 8 Meadows West School Winnipeg
PP G Kato Jaro 13 8 Munroe Jr High Winnipeg
PP G Ramogi Nyagudi 13 7 Linden Meadows School Winnipeg
HC Jon Janzen Winnipeg
AC Chiranjit Goswami Winnipeg
AC Jeff Shaddock Winnipeg
16U FEMALE – MANITOBA PROVINCIAL TEAM
Type Pos First Name Last Name Age Gr School Hometown
Roster F Emily Anderson 15 10 Miles Macdonell Collegiate East St. Paul
Roster G Cameryn Carlos 15 10 Fort Richmond Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Hope Dixon 15 10 The Kings School Winnipeg
Roster F Elizabeth Dueck 16 10 College Jeanne Sauve Winnipeg
Roster G Annika Goodbrandson 16 10 Lord Selkirk Regional Selkirk
Roster F Jasia Hayden 14 8 H.S. Paul School Winnipeg
Roster F Carmen Hiebert 15 10 College Lorette Collegiate Lorette
Roster F Emily Pokrant 15 10 River East Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Ella Russell 15 10 Sturgeon Heights Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Priscilla Sanusi 15 11 Fort Richmond Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Brooke Schrader 15 9 Westwood Collegiate Headingley
Roster G Cali Yates 15 10 Sanford Collegiate La Salle
PP F Sydney Arnold 15 10 Vincent Massey Collegiate Winnipeg
PP G Emma Tomchuk 16 10 R.D. Parker Collegiate Thompson
HC Sonia Radi Winnipeg
AC Ashley Hoitink Morden
M Alex Dolyniuk Winnipeg
16U MALE – MANITOBA PROVINCIAL TEAM
Type Pos First Name Last Name Age Gr School Hometown
Roster G Alex Ang 16 10 Vincent Massey Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Ty Bryant 16 10 Oak Park High School Winnipeg
Roster G Elliot Caron 16 10 Daniel Mcintyre Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Aka Ebubechukwu 16 10 Glenlawn Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Sam Elendu 16 10 Glenlawn Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Charles Goossen 16 10 River East Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Elijah Grant 15 10 Vincent Massey Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Brody Janzen 16 10 Garden Valley Collegiate Winkler
Roster F Ashton Klysh 15 10 John Taylor Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Logan Kraus 15 10 Sturgeon Heights Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Kenyi Kubari 16 10 Vincent Massey High School Brandon
Roster G Michael Lawal 16 10 Dakota Collegiate Winnipeg
PP F Tendo Kasule 16 10 Vincent Massey Collegiate Winnipeg
PP G D’ontea Cameron 16 10 Miles Mac Collegiate Winnipeg
PP F Kevin Ofime 15 10 The Kings School Winnipeg
HC Zach Giesbrecht Winnipeg
AC Robert Tibbs Winnipeg
M Jon Giesbrecht Winnipeg
17U FEMALE – MANITOBA PROVINCIAL TEAM
Type Pos First Name Last Name Age Gr School Hometown
Roster G Aira Abello 16 11 Sisler High School Winnipeg
Roster G Abby Benson 16 11 Lord Selkirk Regional School Petersfield
Roster F Nikki Gebken 17 11 St. Mary’s Academy Cartier
Roster G Emily Mandamin 16 11 Dakota Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Izzy Marquez 16 11 Oak Park High School Winnipeg
Roster F Samantha Onyebuchi 16 10 Collège Pierre Elliot Trudeau Dugald
Roster F Alyssa Porco 15 10 River East Collegiate East St Paul
Roster F Katrina Rogan 17 11 Vincent Massey Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Macaila Russell 17 11 Miles Macdonell Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Abby Smith 16 11 Dakota Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Martha Uwambajimana 16 11 Fort Richmond Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Olivia Weekes 15 10 Vincent Massey Collegiate Winnipeg
PP G Emma Deibert 17 11 R.D. Parker Collegiate Thompson
PP F Madan Frolek 17 11 Miles Macdonell Collegiate Winnipeg
HC Michael Tan Winnipeg
AC Megan Noonan Winnipeg
AC Eric Sung Winnipeg
MC Michele Sung Winnipeg
17U MALE – MANITOBA PROVINCIAL TEAM
Type Pos First Name Last Name Age Gr School Hometown
Roster F Christian Aye 17 11 Dakota Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Aj Connor 16 11 Dakota Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Dami Farinloye 17 11 Vincent Massey Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Jesse Fedak 16 11 Sturgeon Heights Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Simon Hildebrandt 16 10 Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Sam Jensen 16 11 Sturgeon Heights Collegiate Headingley
Roster F Jo Kazadi 16 11 St. Paul’s High School Winnipeg
Roster G Mason Kraus 17 11 Sturgeon Heights Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster F Mawa Ottogo 17 11 St. Paul’s High School Winnipeg
Roster G Dorien Peiluck 16 11 Sisler High School Winnipeg
Roster G Kyshawn Ramnauth 17 11 John Taylor Collegiate Winnipeg
Roster G Emmanuel Ugbah 16 11 Northstar Preparatory Institute Winnipeg
PP G Aaron Thomas 16 11 Gray Academy Winnipeg
PP F Austin Uffelman 17 11 Margaret Barbour Collegiate The Pas
HC Marlin Kraus Winnipeg
AC Scott Martin Winnipeg
AC Dan Becker Winnipeg


Player biographies and photos will be announced at the end of the month.

View Provincial Team Coach Bios

Full information on the program and timelines can be found at http://pt.basketballmanitoba.ca.  

The home school for Winnipeg ICE WHL hockey players will be Shaftesbury High School. 06/19/19

The Winnipeg ICE Hockey Club is excited to announce that the home school for Winnipeg ICE WHL hockey players will be Shaftesbury High School.

“As an alumnus of Shaftesbury, I am very excited that our players will have the opportunity to be supported by such a passionate group of educators,” said Matt Cockell, President and General Manager. “Our players will appreciate the close proximity to the practice facility, wide variety of course selection and high standards for academic achievement.”

The Winnipeg ICE join the RINK Hockey Academy as programs to make Shaftesbury its school of choice for amateur athletes.

“Shaftesbury has extensive experience working with student athletes and the inclusion of the Winnipeg ICE expands on the current support being provided for the RINK Hockey Academy,” said Catherine Birch, Principal of Shaftesbury High School. “In Pembina Trails School Division, we believe our students can accomplish anything and are excited to help these athletes reach their true potential on and off the ice.”

Winnipeg ICE players will begin schooling at Shaftesbury this fall.

ABOUT SHAFTESBURY

Founded in 1969 and part of the Pembina Trails School Division, Shaftesbury High School is located at the intersection of Shaftesbury Boulevard and Grant Avenue. Offering English programming for grade 9 to 12 students from the catchment area of Linden Meadows, Van Walleghem, Charleswood and Laidlaw Schools, Shaftesbury is also the school of choice for more than 100 students from around the province and country, as well as for over 40 international students from all over the world. Its current enrolment is 730 students with a staff of 75 teachers and educational assistants.




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JUNE 15th GAMES RESCHEDULED, DOUBLE HEADER AT SHAW PARK THIS SATURDAY 06/17/19

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, June 17th, 2019

WINNIPEG, MB –
The Winnipeg Goldeyes, in conjunction with the Milwaukee Milkmen and the American Association, have announced the makeup dates for the double header that was postponed on Saturday, June 15th in Kokomo, Indiana.
 
One of the games will be made up at Shaw Park as part of a double header this Saturday (June 22nd).  First pitch for game one is now at 5:05 p.m.  Tickets purchased or already in possession for Saturday, June 22nd grant admission to both games.
 
The Goldeyes and Milkmen will also play a double header on Friday, August 9th at Routine Field in Franklin, Wisconsin.  The start time for the August 9th double header has not yet been announced.
 
All games on June 22nd and August 9th are scheduled for seven innings.
 
The Winnipeg Goldeyes return to action on Tuesday, June 18th when they host the Chicago Dogs at Shaw Park.  First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.  Advance tickets are on sale now by visiting www.goldeyes.com/tickets or by visiting the box office at Shaw Park.
 
For information on 2019 season tickets, 10-game mini packs, and group tickets, call the Goldeyes’ office at (204) 982-BASE, or visit the Goldeyes’ official website at www.goldeyes.com
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The Winnipeg ICE Hockey Club announced on Friday that it has acquired the playing rights of 2001-born forward Dylan Holloway from the Everett Silvertips 06/14/19

The Winnipeg ICE Hockey Club announced on Friday that it has acquired the playing rights of 2001-born forward Dylan Holloway from the Everett Silvertips.

In return, the Silvertips receive a 2021 fifth round draft pick, a conditional 2021 first round draft pick and a conditional 2022 second round draft pick.

Holloway – from Calgary, Alberta – played the 2018-2019 regular season with the Okotoks Oilers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL). In 53 games, Holloway recorded 40 goals and added 48 assists for 88 points. In 11 playoff games, he added nine goals and 13 points.

Holloway led the Oilers in goals, assists and points during the regular season and was second in goals and points in AJHL. Holloway was named the CJHL Player of the Year, received AJHL Most Valuable Player honours and was named to the AJHL South All-Star Team last season. Holloway was named to the AJHL South All-Rookie Team during the 2017-2018 campaign.

In addition, Holloway played for Team Canada at the 2019 IIHF U18 World Championship in April. Holloway registered two goals and four points in seven tournament games.

Holloway was part of the gold medal-winning Canadian squad at the 2018 Hlinka Gretzky Cup. He was a member of Team Canada Red that earned a silver medal at the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. The Calgary product also captured a gold medal in 2017 and a bronze medal in 2018 as a member of Canada West at the World Junior A Challenge.

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