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Hockey » Canadian International Hockey Association » 10/23/2021 9:00 pm

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1979 WCLH Playoffs
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1st Round (best 4 of 7 games)
1st east Fargo Owls vs. 4th west Nanaimo Sharks
The Sharks entered in Fargo with hopes of at least giving the Owls a hard time and getting payback from losing the Jade Trophy finals last season, and the Sharks did until the 3rd period where Owls forward Kirk Cooper scored two straight goals as the Owls took game 1 with the score of 4-2. Game 2 at the Fargo Center with fans at capacity as the Owls wins it 4-1 thanks to Dick Bartram, who made three straight goals. Far west in Nanaimo, the Sharks turn themselves around after losing two games in Fargo as Sharks overage star Kenta Takamachi did not score any goals but did make six assists as Nanaimo claimed game three with a 6-2 win over the Owls. The Owls had been kicking themselves since losing game three, trialling behind 4-2 Owls Justin Ash scored two big goals with 1:36 left in the 3rd period, the clock went zero as the 3rd period ended as both teams headed to overtime. After two overtimes heading into the 3rd overtime, Dick Bartram made one of the most challenging shots that some never thought would get in the net, but it did as the Owls won game four 5-4 in three overtimes. Back at Fargo, it was all Owls as Dick Bartram, Jack Moore, and Justin Ash each scored two goals as the Owls took both game five 6-3 and the series four games to 1.

1st west Abbotsford Forest Kings vs. 4th east Brandon Buffalos
Game 1 in Abbotsford, the Forest Kings, took this game in their hands as Grey Bushey scored four goals and four assists in a 9-1 blowout over the Buffalos. The Buffalos had something going in the first 10:00, but penalties by both Luke James and Paul Cole both argued each other inside the penalty box; what worse for both, they did not know that their penalties had already been expired by almost 3 minutes over. After that, the Forest Kings won game two 5-0. All five of those were powerplay goals. The fi

Hockey » Canadian International Hockey Association » 9/24/2021 9:10 pm

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Hello everyone, it's been a while since I posted here. Let say three things. One: Busy with work. Two: My internet had been a pain in the butt (long story short, I live in an area where I don't get good GBs.) Three: After putting together the 1978-79 season to the 1980-81 season, I wasn't satisfied with it, so I rewrote it, it took me almost a year but it was worth it and so the continuous of the Canadian International Hockey Association.

1978-79 WCLH Season
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Standings

East Division
1. Fargo Owls
2. Kenora Pioneers
3. Saskatoon Cats
4. Brandon Buffalos
5. Swift Current Battalion
6. Portage la Prairie Magic

West Division
1. Abbotsford Forest Kings
2. Medicine Hat Hawks
3. Moose Jaw Wings
4. Nanaimo Sharks
5. Lethbridge Cougars
6. Billings Trains

Story:
October 16, 1978, is where the Billings Trains made their inaugural season opener against the defending Jade Trophy champion the Fargo Owls at the Star Sky Sports Complex in Billings, Montana. The game went well until the end of the third period, where the Owls rookie forward Greg Pearce scored 2 goals to give Fargo a 4-2 win and ruined the Trains home opener. The Trains rebound from that loss winning just 12 victories out of 50 games, just 1 less win behind the Cougars in the west division.

As speaking for the west division, it has been lukewarm. Both Moose Jaw and Nanaimo struggled off the gate, and if it were not for the division split, both would be placed 9th and 10th overall. Abbotsford was the only good team in the west with a 35-11-4 record to finish 1st; overall, the Forest Kings placed 3rd.

October 20, 1978, after the team's first six games on the road, the Portage la Prairie Magic made their home opener at the Jaune Durocher Memorial Arena against the Kenora Pioneers. It was not a magical night for the Magic as they got blown out by the Pioneers with a score of 8-2. The Magic would finish last place overa

Hockey » Torland Hockey League: 1990 Offseason (Hey 90’s!) » 9/21/2021 7:48 pm

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Congrads Portarra Whales winning 3 championships in a row. Here hopes for a fourth in a row.

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 8/31/2021 7:05 pm

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Oh boy, this is going to be a good match-up! Go Titans.

Hockey » Quebec Amateur Hockey League » 8/26/2021 7:27 pm

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 Sad day, R.I.P. here's hoping for a new phoenix to rise. 

Hockey » Quebec Amateur Hockey League » 6/01/2021 6:59 pm

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Wow, Victoriaville can't wait for the name and logo.

Hockey » Quebec Amateur Hockey League » 5/03/2021 9:20 pm

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Congrats Drummondville Defenders, 2 time Cartier Cup champions.

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 4/17/2021 8:26 pm

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Congrats to Thunder Bay. Next year International Falls, next year.

Hockey » Quebec Amateur Hockey League » 4/13/2021 6:10 pm

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Battle of the top two teams for the Championship, I can't wait to see how it ends. Crossing my fingers for this series going all the way.

Hockey » Quebec Amateur Hockey League » 4/10/2021 9:05 pm

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Congrats Sherbrooke Miners here's hope for more championships in the future.

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