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The Silvertips will begin a 68-game schedule on Oct. 1 and playoffs will return to the old format.
Everett will have a chance to add an impact import player with the WHL’s top pick in the first round.
Plus, Everett promotes head scout Mike Fraser to director of player personnel
Dustin Wolf, Cole Fonstad and Gage Goncalves are rewarded after their division championship season.
Plus, four Everett players are named to the six-person U.S. Division All-Star team.
The pandemic forced Everett to let go of successful GM Garry Davidson, a move nobody wanted to happen.
The Silvertips won 5 division titles during Garry Davidson’s 9-plus seasons as general manager.
Ex- Silvertips star Carter Hart talks about loneliness, bouncing back from a difficult NHL season
Led by another superb effort from Dustin Wolf, Everett wins 4-1 and finishes with 19 win in 23 games.
Everett improves to 18-4 with a 5-1 win over Spokane.
Gage Goncalves scores the shootout winner as Everett beats Seattle 4-3.
Everett earns the short-season crown after a Portland loss to Spokane.
Portland rallies with four goals in the final period to beat Everett 5-2.
Everett wins 5-2 to take an 11-point lead in the division standings.
Dustin Wolf makes 37 saves as Everett beats Portland 3-2.
Everett wins 6-1 and takes back-to-back victories on the road over Spokane.
Everett’s star netminder stops all 32 shots he faces in a 5-0 victory.
An update on key players and other notable tidbits from the first half of Everett’s abbreviated season.
Plus, the WHL announces there will be no postseason at the conclusion of the regular season.
Everett comes back from a one-goal deficit in the third and beats Seattle 5-3 to snap a short skid.