Everything you need to know heading into the season

The WHL season is here! It begins tonight when the Swift Current Broncos face the Regina Pats. Most of the league’s other teams begin their seasons Friday, while Everett opens the season at home Saturday against the Prince George Cougars.

Our Silvertips preview section comes out with Friday’s paper, but the stories have already been posted online. Here’s what you will get:

– There’s two stories about Kevin Constantine’s return as coach of the Silvertips. The first profiles Constantine, while the second asks what the players knew about Constantine when he was hired.

– There’s a story about the Silvertips’ involvement in the community.

– There’s biographies on all of Everett’s coaches and players.

– There’s capsules on all the U.S. Division teams, as well as the rest of the WHL’s squads.

And there’s much more. So make sure you pick up a copy of Friday’s paper to get the full experience.

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