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Déjà vu: Whalers vs Ice Hawks Preview

Let’s explore a playoff preview between the first-seeded Ice Hawks and the third-place Whalers. Game 1 of the best-of-seven series will take place Tuesday, March 7, in the Ladner Leisure Centre.

Playoffs Gm. 5: Pod Sends Sockeyes Home, 3-0

Whaler Cole Svendson backed up his assertion that the Pod were going to can the Richmond Sockeyes and send them packing in five games. White Rock did exactly that with an emphatic 3-0 victory in Minoru Arena Mar. 2.

Playoffs Gm. 4: Whalers Put Sockeyes On Brink, 6-4

But instead of frustration, “Big Goal” Cole took his teammates on his back and made history as he scored the Pod’s first-ever postseason hat trick in a 6-4 victory over the Richmond Sockeyes.

Playoffs Gm. 2: Pod’s PP Key to 5-2 ‘W

The Whalers did exactly what head coach Jason Rogers has preached for years: as the away side, achieve a split in the opening two playoff games before returning to Centennial Arena.

Playoffs Gm. 1: Sockeyes Can Whalers, 3-1

The Whalers received a taste of Jr. ‘B’ postseason action on Feb. 20 – hard hits, close defensive play and clutch goaltending at opportune moments.

Playoff Preview: Whalers vs Sockeyes

Let’s delve into a playoff preview between the second seed, the Richmond Sockeyes and the third-place Whalers. Game 1 is set for Monday, Feb. 20, in Minoru Arena at 7:15 p.m.

Super Sunday: ‘Forty’ Makes History

Whalers captain Chris Fortems wanted to make history on two fronts with three strong periods of play on Feb 12.

First, he could become the Pacific Junior Hockey League’s (PJHL) top scorer; second, he also could establish a new league record for assists.