Monthly Archives: October 2011

Sherbinin out – Monk in

The Warriors made an eye-catching move today, in a trade of high-end defencemen with Cowichan Valley.  View the official press release at the team’s website. Heading to Cowichan: Brayden Sherbinin.  Anyone who has seen Brayden play knows that his primary … Continue reading

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A frustrating night

Very frustrating – if you talk to the players and the coaches.  Why?  Well, it was another good hockey game from the Warriors … another night in which they played hard and smart.  But it was another loss, sending this … Continue reading

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Power outage in Powell River

The Warriors didn’t have a bad effort at all on Friday in Powell River.  They battled hard, earned about as much puck possession as their hosts, and kept working until the final buzzer despite a wack of adversity.  But unfortunately … Continue reading

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Warriors look to Taylor more road success

At 4-1 on the road so far this season, the Warriors look to continue that success as they visit Powell River and Cowichan Valley this weekend. As a Vancouver Island product, it sure was awesome to catch some rays on … Continue reading

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The House of Krause

Tyler Krause is the BCHL’s player of the week. The veteran winger pumped in 6 points in just two games to take the honour for the first time in his career.  He was named a second star in the 5-2 … Continue reading

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Sunday stuff

Firstly, I may as well confirm that Seb Lloyd did indeed break his collar bone last night against Prince George.  In my highly-professional opinion, I would estimate a recovery time of 5 weeks, 1 day, 8 hours, and 13 minutes. … Continue reading

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Spruce Kings dethroned at RLP

Prince George’s 5-game winning streak came crashing to a halt at Royal LePage Place on Saturday night. With their top line stuffing the net and their defence doing a good job of containing some of the league’s leading scorers, Westside … Continue reading

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Warriors steam to ‘W’ over Express

Both coaches told me before Friday’s Westside/Coquitlam game that they were looking for 60-minute performances out of their respective teams, above all other things. And I think it’s safe to say which of them got it. No disrespect to Jon … Continue reading

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Express pull in

Westside returns to action this evening with a home game against the Coquitlam Express. We’ll see a pair of teams that have similar records (WW is 5-4-0-1 – Coq is 5-4-1-0) and goal totals (WW has 37/36 – Coq has … Continue reading

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Update from the blue paint

I just wanted to clear the air after some conjecture began swirling around this morning. The Warriors haven’t signed any new players in the past days.  A new goaltender did join the team for practice today.  Robert Kennedy is currently … Continue reading

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