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Not to be picky, but the Red Deer Rebels weren’t painting masterpieces during portions of their six-game winning streak leading into Saturday’s WHL match with the Saskatoon Blades.
The Centrium resembled the OK Corral on Friday night. The Red Deer Rebels were OK with that, considering the outcome — a wild and thrilling 6-5 Western Hockey League win over the Medicine Hat Tigers in front of 5,008 spectators.
The Portland Winterhawks, who were hammered by the Western Hockey League this week for violating a series of recruiting regulations, have an extraordinarily large number of sympathizers.
Call him an low-risk insurance policy with the potential to produce a nifty return.
If Kayle Doetzel was a cartoon character, he’d be Joe Btfspik, the jinxed, hard-luck individual from the old cartoon strip L’il Abner.
Patrik Bartosak will return to his home country in mid-December and is hoping he won’t be back until next year.
Suddenly, the Red Deer Rebels have a crowded crease. Rebels GM/head coach Brent Sutter added Spencer Tremblay to the club’s goaltending mix on Monday.
The Red Deer Rebels were fortunate to come out on the right end of a Western Hockey League encounter with the Moose Jaw Warriors on Saturday.
For the Red Deer Rebels and stud rookies Conner Bleackley and Haydn Fleury, it’s not about ‘what have you done for me lately’, but rather ‘what will you do for me down the road.’
Jesse Wallin is not bitter. He’s fine. And he’s hoping for the best for the Red Deer Rebels. Then again, he’s a quality person, a class act. His responses to the questions he was asked by the Red Deer media on Thursday were precisely what one would expect from such a well-respected individual.
EVERETT, Wash. — Just 24 hours after playing the role of bystanders, the Red Deer Rebels decided to take matters into their own hands on Wednesday before 3,291 fans at Comcast Arena.
SPOKANE, Wash. — The Red Deer Rebels opened a five-game Western Canada Hockey League road trip on a positive note on Friday.
Relax and have fun.
Red Deer Rebels GM Brent Sutter continued to change the face of his team on Sunday, acquiring heads-up defenceman Brady Gaudet from the Kamloops Blazers in return for a third-round pick in the 2013 WHL bantam draft.
The new on-ice leader of the Red Deer Rebels has taken on the role with mixed feelings.
An uneven performance doesn’t normally end with a positive result, but the Red Deer Rebels pulled out of Swift Current on Tuesday night two points richer.
The Red Deer Rebels’ fuel gauge was reading empty as the buzzer sounded to end the overtime period on Sunday evening at Mosaic Place.
Completing a WHL trade is a hit-or-miss proposition at the best of times, the major hope being that any transaction will aid both teams involved.
With one eye on the future, Red Deer Rebels owner/president/general manager Brent Sutter completed a Western Hockey League deal on Monday, landing 16-year-old defenceman and Innisfail native Kaleb Denham.
The Red Deer Rebels finally posted their first Western Hockey League win on Saturday, slipping past the Calgary Hitmen 3-2 in overtime before 7,765 fans at the Saddledome and in the process ridding themselves of a rather cumbersome guest.