• By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Jenelle Schneider

    Jordin Tootoo has announced his retirement from the National Hockey League. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Brandi Pollock

    The Brandon Wheat Kings have begun the 2018-19 season a perfect 3-0. Following a 2-1 home victory in the season opener, the Wheat Kings doubled up the Moose Jaw Warriors on the road last weekend, before taking it to the Lethbridge Hurricanes this past Saturday.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Ross Franklin

    The Winnipeg Jets may not be one of the two NHL teams left standing, but Winnipeggers, and Manitobans in general still have something left to cheer for.

  • Fresh off the best playoff performance of his eight-year NHL career (three goals and one assist in six games), Columbus Blue Jacket forward, Matt Calvert did not mince words when speaking with reporters following his team's final media availability of the 2017-18 season.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Rob Wallator

    The Brandon Wheat Kings put together a full 60-minute effort on Wednesday night, shutting out the Red Deer Rebels 4-0. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the Brandon Wheat Kings

    Forward Linden McCorrister of the Western Hockey League's Brandon Wheat Kings has been named the Wheaties' Player of the Month for December 2018. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Andy Devlin

    The Brandon Wheat Kings are currently without a Head Coach and General Manager.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Stephen Leithwood

    Former Brandon Wheat King and WHL champion Logan Thompson has signed an official American Hockey League contract. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Laurie Anderson

    The Brandon Wheat Kings and Ty Thorpe have agreed to terms on a standard player agreement. The Brandon native was selected 54th overall in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft. 

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the Brandon Wheat Kings

    The Brandon Wheat Kings have taken care of some early paperwork, signing three of their 2019 WHL Bantam Draft picks this past weekend.

  • The Brandon Wheat Kings currently find themselves in familiar territory as they prepare for game four of the Western Hockey League's Western Conference Semifinal matchup Wednesday evening.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the Brandon Wheat Kings

    They may be the very last team to begin their preseason schedule, but the Brandon Wheat Kings certainly will not let the late start dictate their regular season on-ice performance in 2018-19.

  • The Brandon Wheat Kings will begin their second round playoff matchup with the Lethbridge Hurricanes Friday night in Alberta.

    Following a major turnaround in the opening round of the WHL playoffs that saw Brandon battle back from a 2-0 series deficit to Medicine Hat, and take the opening round 4-2, with four unanswered victories, The Wheaties will look to stay hot against a Hurricanes squad that the Manitobans beat three of four times in the 2017-18 regular season.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo by Tim Smith

    The Brandon Wheat Kings have given defenceman Garrett Sambrook another shot at the Western Hockey League. 

  • It was a tough night for the Brandon Wheat Kings on Wednesday.

    After falling behind 2-0 to the Lethbridge Hurricanes in the first two games of the Western Hockey League's Eastern Conference Semifinal, the Wheaties battled back with a dominant win at home in game three. But Wednesday night's game four was a different story.

  • The Brandon Wheat Kings saw their 2017-18 season come to a close Friday night, as the Wheaties dropped game five to the Lethbridge Hurricanes 3-0, on the road.

  • It seems like deja-vu for the Brandon Wheat Kings all over again. After falling behind two games to none on the road in the first round of the Western Hockey League playoffs, the Wheaties have done it again.

  • The Brandon Wheat Kings have done it - The boys from Manitoba are moving on to the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

  • By Carter Brooks

    Photo courtesy of the Regina Pats

    The Western Hockey League's Brandon Wheat Kings are sitting comfortably after beginning the 2018-19 season 4-0-1. 

  • The Brandon Wheat Kings fell 7-2 at the hands of the Medicine Hat Tigers Friday evening on road in their first game of the Western Hockey League's playoffs.

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