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Everett has been a buyer at the trade deadline for an astonishing five straight seasons.
Everett is in the unusual position of being a WHL trade buyer for the fifth straight season.
Patterson excelling at faceoffs; Everett’s injury report updated
Mitchell notches first WHL goal; Everett cleaning up penalties
Goaltender Max Palaga turns away 37 shots against his former team in a 5-1 victory
Justyn Gurney recorded a pair of assists as Everett avenged Friday’s loss to Tri-City.
Power-play woes continue; Kindopp achieves number nirvana
Tri-City erases a 2-goal deficit en route to a 3-2 victory.
After some housekeeping items, Andy Eide (4:30), who covers the Thunderbirds for ESPN 710, joins the podcast to chat about Everett’s trade with Seattle to… Continue reading
Sutter’s injury sprouts uncertainty around center position; Kindopp earns a letter.
Newly acquired forward Zack Andrusiak persevered and developed into one of the league’s top scorers.
Overager Sean Richards, three draft picks heading to T-Birds in return
Young line coming of age for Everett; Palaga still earning trust; Minulin rising play
Brace yourselves, readers, it’s time for your end-of-year performance evaluation. Allow me to explain. Back in September I was chatting with my boss, Herald sports… Continue reading
Will Everett add a forward? Will the lines finally stabilize? And what about Sean Richards?
Everett is off to a great start this season and has more talented players being developed in the midget leagues.
Everett sits atop the Western Conference of the WHL with a 27-7-1-1 record and 56 points.
Herald sports staffer Brian Adamowsky helps setup the upcoming high school wrestling season