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The WHL announced Thursday that the target start date for the 2020-21 season is now. Dec. 4.
The lawsuit alleges the CHL and its member leagues have been complicit in the abuse of underage players.
However, 38% would not be comfortable going to Angel of the Winds Arena at 50% capacity.
The WHL will only hold games once arenas are allowed to open to 50% capacity.
The WHL says teams must be allowed to have arenas at 50% capacity in order for next season to begin.
The league unveils its Return to Play plan, but provides no definitive info regarding fan attendance.
And Everett signs a 16-year-old goaltending prospect.
The honor came five days after Wolf received the Dave Peterson Goaltender of the Year award.
The winger is not signing a pro contract with Montreal, meaning a return to the WHL is likely.
The 18-year-old finished first in the league in goals-against average, save percentage and shutouts.
Voters overwhelmingly picked Everett’s 2017-18 team over 2003-04 in a matchup of Tips WHL finalists.
The WHL finals would have begun Friday; Everett reached the WHL championship series in 2004 and 2018.
The standout goaltender was drafted by Calgary with the 214th overall pick last year.
The 2005-born group will be eligible to play for Everett beginning in the 2021-22 season.
Plus, Everett is preparing for Wednesday’s virtual WHL bantam draft.
Dennis Williams in the running for the Dunc McCallum Memorial Trophy as WHL Coach of the Year.
Flyers goalie Carter Hart still hopes to be able to play in the Stanley Cup playoffs this season.
The 18-year-old goaltender was named a Western Conference first-team All-Star on Tuesday.
The 2004-born forward was Everett’s third-round pick in the 2019 WHL bantam draft.
The Canadian Hockey League pulled the plug on the playoffs Monday after initially postponing them.