The Whalers have a bounty of experienced leaders to draw upon – a group of young men who weathered a lost season together.
After the Whalers had controlled the majority of play in overtime and mustered four shots on goal, Sockeye Vincent Thrum’s snap shot from the wing eluded Whalers goalie Daniel Zuvic for the game-winner.
The Kodiaks picked up their fourth win of the season due to their physical forecheck and a dynamic powerplay in a 4-0 victory. Goalie Mark Paton nimbly dove all over the crease for a 29-save shut-out win.
After Langley tied the game with 10 minutes left, a veteran Whaler – “Big Goal” Cole Svendson – slipped into a familiar role and lived up to his nickname.
For 55 seconds, White Rock goalie Daniel Zuvic mustered his grit to stave off a two-man advantage for the Delta Ice Hawks.
The visitors took the lead only 43 seconds in. Defenceman David Stepputat blasted a howitzer from the point past White Rock’s goalie Kyle Spak
After an interminable pause of 10 months between regular season games, the Pod finally laced up at home for a 5-1 victory over the feisty Grandview Steelers Sept. 11.
Two rookies: Defenceman Caleb Cruz (above, left) and winger Kaz Yamazaki impressed the Pod’s coaches during the 2021 training camp. LW Kaz Yamazaki, D Caleb Cruz round out 2021 roster WHITE ROCK – In his first game as a Whaler, swift-skating rookie Kaz Yamazaki made a statement on the scoresheet with his first Junior ‘B’ […]
Peters will miss the “tight-knit group” of the Pod’s coaching staff and players.
The Whalers have acquired two fresh faces from the Mission City Outlaws.