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But London's 3-2 Friday-night victory in the opening game of the MasterCard Memorial Cup was a surprise of sorts, given that many people expected them to throttle the hosts...The optics haven't been good since their mid-March ouster at the hands of
Josh Nicholls's illustrious regular season career with the Saskatoon Blades has come to an end. The over-age winger's name is now etched near the top of all important team statistical categories, including second in games played (332) and fifth in
On a night when the Saskatoon Blades honoured their most prolific scorer of the past, one of their top offensive players of the present era fittingly showed off his touch...Blades, accumulating the highest goals-and points-per-game totals (1.03 and 2.
Blades 4, Wheat Kings 1 Friday was a night of milestones for the Saskatoon Blades...Molleken, the team's head coach and general manager, secured his 600th WHL victory behind the bench, joining Ken Hodge as the only other man to accomplish that feat. "
With the Blades (36-21-0-3) looking to establish a new franchise record with wins in 14 consecutive games, Burns has quietly been helping out. The veteran winger has recorded at least one point in 12 of those contests. He's also riding a nine-game
Blades 5, Broncos 4 (SO) The Saskatoon Blades had to pull out all the stops to extend their season-high winning streak to nine games. The Blades needed a goal from Josh Nicholls with 28.8 seconds remaining to send Tuesday's contest against the Swift
Blades 5, Hurricanes 2 The fans showed up in droves to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Credit Union Centre...The victory moved the Blades (31-21-0-3) six points ahead of the Hurricanes (2525-2-7) in the Eastern Conference standings. To top off
It wasn't the hardest shutout Andrey Makarov has ever earned, but it was one of the more memorable ones. Makarov stopped all 27 shots he faced as the Saskatoon Blades downed the Moose Jaw Warriors 5-0 Sunday at the Credit Union Centre. The shutout
The Saskatoon Blades, freshly made over from Thursday's WHL trade deadline, wanted to show the defending WHL champion Edmonton Oil Kings they're now a force to be reckoned with. "These are the champs," Blades winger Josh Nicholls said. "You want to
Blades 6, Raiders 3 After losing back-to-back contests to the East Division-leading Prince Albert Raiders last Friday and Saturday, the Saskatoon Blades knew they couldn't let another one slip away. "We needed it," centre Lukas Sutter said. "It was a