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Jets Ground Whalers, 3-1

For the past ten weeks – a remarkable stretch since Nov. 6 – the Whalers had not lost two in a row. But the Chilliwack Jets used an aggressive forecheck for a 3-1 away victory on Jan. 17.

Auld Lang Syne: Pod Sweeps Winter Classic

The Whalers began 2022 with hearty high-fives from defenceman Bryce Margetson as they stormed to back-to-back victories at the Winter Classic tournament

Uncharted Water: Seven Straight W’s

The triumph meant that the Whalers have pushed their winning streak to seven – a franchise record. With an impressive total of 34 goals scored during that span,

History Made: Five-Game Win Streak

After four years, the reborn Whalers franchise had never achieved a four-game winning streak. Now, White Rock has won five in a row.

Whalers lance Knights, 4-2

White Rock defeated the Surrey Knights 4-2 Nov. 26. The Pod is on a three-game winning streak – with a record of 12 wins, 10 losses, and an overtime loss – for 25 points.

Nov. 20: Pod vs Jets Postponed

Instead of a Jets and Whalers recap, here’s a summary of the Pod’s last game – a 4-3 away victory over the North Vancouver Wolf Pack Nov. 14.

Ice Hawks nip Pod, 5-4

White Rock’s Cole Svendson, 19, led the charge with a hat trick. He regained his “Big Goal” nickname, first bestowed during his rookie season.

Steelers Blank Pod, 5-0

CENTENNIAL ARENA – Sometimes, momentum can be cruel. The Grandview Steelers scored three goals in five minutes and went on to a 5-0 victory over the Whalers Nov. 6. Grandview’s Carter Demelo, Liam Bradley, and Nathan Bran all tallied in the second period. Steeler Ronin Geragthy made 27 saves for the shut-out. White Rock captain […]

Pod wins Hallowe’en thriller, 3-2

For a game-winning goal on Hallowe’en, who ya gonna call? Matt Burry!

With three minutes left, the Whalers centreman shrugged off a Port Moody Panther and ripped a shot from the slot for a 4-3 victory Oct. 31.