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This is the fourth time the WHL’s start has been pushed back because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rice’s Nicole Limberg and Alabama’s Matthew King recently turned in standout performances.
Plus, Miranda Granger is set for another fight, the NWAC grants an eligibility waiver and more.
Plus, Lake Stevens grad Taylor Roe finishes 2nd at the Big 12 Cross Country Championship and more.
It’s the second Grand Prix of Figure Skating medal for Jean-Luc Baker.
The WHL says that its previous requirement of at least 50% capacity in arenas is no longer an issue.
The WHL sets Jan. 8 as the new opening for the 2020-21 season; teams will only play division games.
The program will join the Mountlake Terrace-based league due to ongoing problems with ice time.
Everett defensmen Kasper Puutio and Ronan Seeley are also selected on Day 2.
Ronan Seeley, Kasper Puutio, Gage Goncalves and Michal Gut might hear their names called Tuesday and Wednesday.
Plus the WIAA is offering free mental training and a local park will host women’s football tryouts.
Mathew Barzal’s N.Y. Islanders lead Carter Hart’s Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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.