2009–10 WHL season

Last updated on 18 June 2017

The 2009–10 WHL season is the 44th season of the Western Hockey League (WHL). The regular season began on September 17, 2009 and ended on March 14, 2010. The 2009 Subway Super Series (formerly ADT Canada-Russia Challenge), featuring Team WHL versus Team Russia, took place from November 25–26, 2009.

2009–10 WHL season
League Western Hockey League
Sport Hockey
Duration Preseason
2009-08-27 – 2009-09-13
Regular season
2009-09-17 – 2010-03-14
Playoffs
2010-03-18 – 2010-05-07
Number of teams 22
TV partner(s) Shaw TV
Rogers Sportsnet[1]
FSN Northwest
2009–10 CHL season
League Canadian Hockey League
Sport Hockey
Duration OHL
2009-09-17 – 2010-03-14
QMJHL
2009-09-10 – 2010-03-14
WHL
2009-09-17 – 2010-03-14
Number of teams 60
TV partner(s) RDS
Rogers Sportsnet
Rogers TV
Shaw TV
FSN Northwest

League notes

Offseason
  • May 27, 2009 — The WHL announced that they have extended their partnership with Shaw TV for an additional five years commencing through the 2013–14 season.[2]
  • May 28, 2009 — 13 WHL players were invited to Canada's National Men's Summer Under-18 Selections Camp.[3]
  • May 29, 2009 — 11 WHL players were invited to the Hockey Canada's National Junior Team Development Camp.[4]
  • June 17, 2009 — The WHL Board of Governors agreed to adopt video-replay during the regular season and playoffs commencing with the 2009-10 season. The WHL introduced video-replay during the 2009 playoffs. With the decision, The WHL will expand its officiating development program to include video training centres for referees and additional linesmen training camps throughout Western Canada.[5]
  • June 17, 2009 — The WHL Board of Governors adopted a new player recruitment strategy which will include the hiring of a Director of Player Recruitment that will focus on promoting the WHL Scholarship program and other overall benefits of playing in the WHL to top prospects in Western Canada and the United States.[5]
  • June 17, 2009 — The WHL Board of Governors also announced the introduction of a series of new online post-secondary education initiatives that will improve players' access to University courses while they are playing in the WHL starting in the 2009-10 season. The new initiative was done through the support of the WHL Alumni Association and the league's corporate sponsorship.[5]
  • June 21, 2009 — Prince Albert Raiders legendary broadcaster Morley Jaeger died at the age of 72.[6]
  • July 3, 2009 —18 WHL Grads Invited to Hockey Canada's National Men's Team Orientation Camp in Calgary.[7]
  • July 20, 2009 — The entire 1989 Memorial Cup Championship Team of the Swift Current Broncos were inducted into the Swift Current Broncos Hall of Fame. The first time that an entire team was inducted into the local Hall of Fame.[8]
  • July 29, 2009 — The Province of Alberta announced $17.8 million to support the completion of Lethbridge's Enmax Centre Expansion project.[9]
  • August 14, 2009 — Canada's National Men's Summer Under-18 Team claimed first place at the 2009 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka tournament, with a 9–2 win over Russia.[10]
  • August 17, 2009 — Two months after the passing of their legendary broadcaster, longtime supporter and former Raiders team president, John Odnokon died at the age of 78.[11]
Pre-season
Regular season
  • September 17, 2009 — Due to enhancement of in-house video production from all 22 teams, the WHL and its broadcast partner INSINC will be able to show all 792 WHL Regular-Season games on the internet during the 2009-10 season. All games will be shown on WHL Web TV.[14]
  • September 25, 2009 —The WHL and Hockey Alberta will enhance their longstanding partnership that will include joint programming initiatives and additional financial support for minor hockey and high performance programs in Alberta. Through this newly enhanced partnership, new province-wide programming initiatives will help enhance development opportunities for players, coaches, officials and trainers in the Alberta system. The partnership will also feature both the WHL and Hockey Alberta extensively promoting their respective programs through special events, member venues, and media platforms.[15]
  • October 13, 2009 — The WHL launched WHL Mobile, which is a mobile-optimized version of its website designed specifically for users of Apple iPhone and iPod Touch, BlackBerry, HTC Touch, and other web-enabled smartphones. WHL Mobile will feature news and information from WHL.ca and will also provide full game summaries, full rosters, player profiles, news articles, etc. through smartphone devices.[16]
  • December 3, 2009 — Ten players from the WHL have been invited to Team Canada's Selection Camp roster for the upcoming 2010 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.[17]
  • December 23, 2009 — The WHL announced a multi-year deal with FSN Northwest to broadcast WHL games starting with ten games in the 2009-10 season til the 2011-12 season.[18]
  • January 10, 2010 — WHL Trade Deadline ended with 15 trades.
  • January 15, 2010 — The WHL and BC Hockey announced a new long-term partnership which will provide additional financial support for the hockey system in the province of British Columbia and the Yukon territory.[19]
  • January 20, 2010 — The 2010 CHL Top Prospects Game was held in Windsor, Ontario.[20]
  • February 6, 2010 — Brendan Burke, who is the 21-year-old son of Toronto Maple Leafs general manager and Chilliwack Bruins owner, Brian Burke died in an automobile accident in the United States during the 2010 snow storms. For the remainder of the season the Chilliwack Bruins wore a special patch on their jerseys.[21]

Regular season

The Western Hockey League opened its 44th regular season on September 17, 2009 in Kelowna, British Columbia between defending WHL Champions, Kelowna Rockets and the Vancouver Giants.[22]

The 2009–10 WHL season was also highlighted with the Subway Super Series (formerly Canada-Russia Challenge), an annual CHL showcase event. The 2009 Subway Super Series, featured a two-game series between Team WHL versus Team Russia, on November 25, 2009 in Victoria, British Columbia, and the second game took place on November 26, 2009 in Kelowna, British Columbia.[23]

Standings

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

Conference standings

Eastern Conference GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts.
Calgary Hitmenxz 72 52 17 1 2 269 177 107
Brandon Wheat Kingsxz 72 50 18 1 3 321 204 104
Saskatoon Bladesx 72 46 19 3 4 258 226 99
Kootenay Icex 72 43 24 3 2 252 215 91
Medicine Hat Tigersx 72 41 23 3 5 276 232 90
Red Deer Rebelsx 72 39 28 0 5 202 222 83
Swift Current Broncosx 72 37 30 1 4 231 232 79
Moose Jaw Warriors x 72 33 27 6 6 243 247 78
Prince Albert Raiders 72 32 35 3 2 229 249 69
Regina Pats 72 30 35 3 4 246 278 67
Lethbridge Hurricanes 72 20 44 5 3 178 275 48
Edmonton Oil Kings 72 16 43 4 9 169 285 45
Western Conference GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts.
Tri-City Americansxz 72 47 22 1 2 272 193 97
Vancouver Giantsxz 72 41 25 3 3 267 211 88
Everett Silvertipsx 72 46 21 3 2 232 175 97
Spokane Chiefsx 72 45 22 3 2 240 179 95
Portland Winterhawksx 72 44 25 2 1 266 241 91
Kelowna Rocketsx 72 35 31 2 4 224 225 76
Kamloops Blazersx 72 32 33 2 5 237 284 71
Chilliwack Bruinsx 72 32 33 2 5 215 239 71
Seattle Thunderbirds 72 19 41 7 5 172 255 50
Prince George Cougars 72 12 56 1 3 172 327 28


x - team clinched Western Hockey League Playoff spot

y - team is division leader

z - team has cliched division

Division standings

Eastern Conference
East Division GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts.
Brandon Wheat Kingsxz 72 50 18 1 3 321 204 104
Saskatoon Bladesx 72 46 19 3 4 258 226 99
Swift Current Broncosx 72 37 30 1 4 231 232 79
Moose Jaw Warriorsx 72 33 27 6 6 243 247 78
Prince Albert Raiders 72 32 35 3 2 229 249 69
Regina Pats 72 30 35 3 4 246 278 67
Central Division GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts.
Calgary Hitmenxz 72 52 17 1 2 269 177 107
Kootenay Icex 72 43 24 3 2 252 215 91
Medicine Hat Tigersx 72 41 23 3 5 276 232 90
Red Deer Rebelsx 72 39 28 0 5 202 222 83
Lethbridge Hurricanes 72 20 44 5 3 178 275 48
Edmonton Oil Kings 72 16 43 4 9 169 285 45
Western Conference
B.C. Division GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts.
Vancouver Giantsxz 72 41 25 3 3 267 211 88
Kelowna Rocketsx 72 35 31 2 4 224 225 76
Kamloops Blazersx 72 32 33 2 5 237 284 71
Chilliwack Bruinsx 72 32 33 2 5 215 239 71
Prince George Cougars 72 12 56 1 3 172 327 28
U.S. Division GP W L OTL SL GF GA Pts.
Tri-City Americansxz 72 47 22 1 2 272 193 97
Everett Silvertipsx 72 46 21 3 2 232 175 97
Spokane Chiefsx 72 45 22 3 2 240 179 95
Portland Winterhawksx 72 44 25 2 1 266 241 91
Seattle Thunderbirds 72 19 41 7 5 172 255 50

x - team clinched Western Hockey League Playoff spot

y - team is division leader

z - team has cliched division

Scoring leaders

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts. = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes

Player[24] Team GP G A Pts. PIM
Brandon Kozun Calgary Hitmen 65 32 75 107 50
Jordan Eberle Regina Pats 57 50 56 106 32
Jordan Weal Regina Pats 72 35 67 102 54
Matt Calvert Brandon Wheat Kings 68 47 52 99 70
Brayden Schenn Brandon Wheat Kings 59 34 65 99 55
Craig Cunningham Vancouver Giants 72 37 60 97 44
Mitch Wahl Spokane Chiefs 72 30 66 96 96
Dustin Sylvester Kootenay Ice 68 35 58 93 41
Cody Eakin Swift Current Broncos 70 47 44 91 71
Scott Glennie Brandon Wheat Kings 66 32 57 89 50

Goaltending leaders

Note: GP = Games played; Mins = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; OTL = Overtime losses; SOL = Shootout Losses; SO = Shutouts; GAA = Goals against average; Sv% = Save percentage

Player[25] Team GP Mins W L OTL SOL SO GAA Sv%
Martin Jones Calgary Hitmen 48 2851 36 11 0 1 8 2.21 .919
Kent Simpson Everett Silvertips 34 1938 22 9 1 0 1 2.26 .925
Thomas Heemskerk Everett Silvertips 42 2415 24 12 2 2 4 2.34 .927
James Reid Spokane Chiefs 60 3514 38 16 3 2 5 2.41 .920
Drew Owsley Tri-City Americans 50 2776 33 11 1 1 4 2.51 .918
Mark Segal Vancouver Giants 36 1915 18 12 1 1 4 2.66 .910
Andrew Hayes Brandon Wheat Kings 42 2440 25 12 0 2 5 2.68 .906
Steven Stanford Saskatoon Blades1 44 2424 28 8 3 1 1 2.72 .902
Darcy Kuemper Red Deer Rebels 61 3234 28 23 0 4 3 2.73 .908
Todd Mathews Kootenay Ice 55 3116 33 14 3 2 1 2.75 .907
1 Previously played with Prince Albert Raiders

Players

2009 NHL Entry Draft

In total, 31 WHL players were selected at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.[26]

2009 NHL Entry Draft (WHL draftees)
1st Round
# Nat. Player WHL team NHL team
4 Canada Evander Kane Vancouver Giants Atlanta Thrashers
5 Canada Brayden Schenn Brandon Wheat Kings Los Angeles Kings
8 Canada Scott Glennie Brandon Wheat Kings Dallas Stars
9 Canada Jared Cowen Spokane Chiefs Ottawa Senators
29 Canada Carter Ashton Lethbridge Hurricanes Tampa Bay Lightning
2nd Round
# Nat. Player WHL team NHL team
32 Canada Landon Ferraro Red Deer Rebels Detroit Red Wings
48 Canada Brett Ponich Portland Winterhawks St. Louis Blues
49 Canada Stefan Elliott Saskatoon Blades Colorado Avalanche
3rd Round
# Nat. Player WHL team NHL team
64 Canada Tyson Barrie Kelowna Rockets Colorado Avalanche
66 Canada Brayden McNabb Kootenay Ice Buffalo Sabres
74 Canada Ryan Howse Chilliwack Bruins Calgary Flames
81 Canada Adam Morrison Saskatoon Blades Philadelphia Flyers
82 Canada Cameron Abney Everett Silvertips Edmonton Oilers
85 Canada Cody Eakin Swift Current Broncos Washington Capitals
86 Canada Ryan Button Prince Albert Raiders Boston Bruins
4th Round
# Nat. Player WHL team NHL team
96 Canada Linden Vey Medicine Hat Tigers Los Angeles Kings
103 Canada Kris Foucault Calgary Hitmen Minnesota Wild
105 Canada Justin Weller Red Deer Rebels Phoenix Coyotes
108 Canada Tyler Shattock Kamloops Blazers St. Louis Blues
119 Canada Byron Froese Everett Silvertips Chicago Blackhawks
5th Round
# Nat. Player WHL team NHL team
129 Czech Republic Tomas Vincour Edmonton Oil Kings Dallas Stars
6th Round
# Nat. Player WHL team NHL team
155 Canada Jimmy Bubnick Kamloops Blazers Atlanta Thrashers
157 Canada Evan Bloodoff Kelowna Rockets Phoenix Coyotes
161 Canada Darcy Kuemper Red Deer Rebels Minnesota Wild
175 Canada Garrett Mitchell Regina Pats Washington Capitals
179 Canada Brandon Kozun Calgary Hitmen Los Angeles Kings
180 Canada Mitchell Callahan Kelowna Rockets Detroit Red Wings
7th Round
# Nat. Player WHL team NHL team
185 Canada Levko Koper Spokane Chiefs Atlanta Thrashers
189 Canada Marek Viedensky Prince George Cougars San Jose Sharks
201 Canada Gaelan Patterson Saskatoon Blades Calgary Flames
208 Finland Tommi Kivisto Red Deer Rebels Carolina Hurricanes

Contracts and scholarships

  • May 15, 2009 — Steven Hodges and Kade Pilton sign WHL Player Contracts with the Chilliwack Bruins.[27]
  • May 18, 2009 — Derrick Pouliot signs a WHL Players Contract with the Portland Winterhawks.[28]
  • May 18, 2009 — Morgan Rielly signs a WHL Players Contract with the Moose Jaw Warriors.[29]
  • May 22, 2009 — Mike Winther signs a WHL Players Contract with the Prince Albert Raiders.[30]
  • May 24, 2009 — Ryan Olsen signs a WHL Players Contract with the Saskatoon Blades.[31]
  • May 27, 2009 — Griffin Reinhart signs a WHL Players Contract with the Edmonton Oil Kings.[32]
  • May 30, 2009 — WHL Grads Jesse Deckert and Brandon Lockerby commits to the Manitoba Bisons.[33]
  • June 3, 2009 — WHL Grad Justin McCrae commits to the UBC Thunderbirds.[34]
  • June 3, 2009 — Josh Smith signs a WHL Players Contract with the Prince George Cougars.[35]
  • June 6, 2009 — Connor Rankin signs a WHL Players Contract with the Tri-City Americans.[36]
  • June 8, 2009 — Troy Bourke signs a WHL Players Contract with the Prince George Cougars.[37]
  • June 8, 2009 — WHL Grad Carter Smith commits to the Regina Cougars.[38]
  • June 10, 2009 — Dave Hunchak signs a WHL Players Contract with the Moose Jaw Warriors.[39]
  • June 16, 2009 — WHL Grad Ian Duval commits to the Manitoba Bisons.[40]
  • June 19, 2009 — Nicholas Walters signs a WHL Educational Contract with the Everett Silvertips.[41]
  • June 25, 2009 — WHL Grads Eric Frere, Graham Potuer, Luke Egener commits to the Calgary Dinos.[42]
  • June 29, 2009 — WHL Grad Chad Erb commits to the Manitoba Bisons.[43]
  • July 8, 2009 — WHL Grad Tyler Swystun commits to the Calgary Dinos.[44]
  • July 11, 2009 — Taylor Aronson, Spencer Bennett, and Seth Swenson sign WHL Players Contracts with the Portland Winterhawks.[45]
  • July 16, 2009 — WHL Grad Partik Bhungal commits to the Regina Cougars.[46]
  • July 21, 2009 — WHL Grad Scott Wasden commits to the UBC Thunderbirds.[47]
  • July 21, 2009 — WHL Grads Joey Perricone, Spencer McAvoy, and Brennen Wray commits to the StFX X-Men.[48]
  • July 29, 2009 — Kevin Connauton signs a WHL Players Contract with the Vancouver Giants.[49]
  • August 4, 2009 — Taylor Leier and Nino Niederreiter sign WHL Player Contracts with the Portland Winterhawks.[50]
  • August 7, 2009 — Andrew Bailey, Brennan Bosch, Kyle Bortis, Kyle Ross, Cody Hobbs, Brett Ward, and David Reekie commits to the Saskatchewan Huskies.[51]
  • August 9, 2009 — WHL Grads Colin Joe, Ian Barteaux, Travis Yonkman, Sean Ringrose and Michael MacAngus commits to the Alberta Golden Bears.[52]
  • August 9, 2009 — WHL Grads Taylor Procyshen, Jeff Lee and Ben Wright commits to the UNB Varsity Reds.[53]
  • August 12, 2009 — Josh Hanson signs a WHL Players Contract with the Portland Winterhawks.[54]
  • August 18, 2009 — WHL Grad Mike Reich commits to the STU Tommies.[55]
  • August 19, 2009 — Ryan Johansen signs a WHL Players Contract with the Portland Winterhawks.[56]
  • August 24, 2009 — Dalton Sward and Matthieu Bellerive sign WHL Players Contracts with the Vancouver Giants.[57]
  • August 25, 2009 — Brett Cote, Turner Popoff, Brandon Magee, Zane Jones, Matt Bissett, and Travis Belhorad sign Standard WHL Education Contracts with the Chilliwack Bruins.[58]
  • August 25, 2009 — Chandler Stephenson and Tayler Balog sign WHL Players Contracts with the Regina Pats.[59]
  • August 27, 2009 — WHL Grad Cale Jefferies commits to the Guelph Gryphons.[60]
  • August 27, 2009 — Andrew Sullivan, Andy Blanke, Adam Lowry and Shea Howorko sign WHL Players Contracts with the Swift Current Broncos.[61]
  • August 28, 2009 — Mitchell Moroz signs WHL Players Contract with the Edmonton Oil Kings.[62]
  • August 31, 2009 — Dane Muench and Graeme Craig sign WHL Players Contracts with the Swift Current Broncos.[63]

Trades

Date
Deal made
June 18, 2009 Chilliwack Bruins Swift Current Broncos
4th Round Pick
Zach Habscheid
CWK trades 4th round pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – SC trades Habscheid.[64]
June 29, 2009 Calgary Hitmen Vancouver Giants
7th Round Pick
Misha Fisenko
CGY trades 7th Round Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – VAN trades Misha Fisenko.[65]
June 30, 2009 Red Deer Rebels Brandon Wheat Kings
1st Round Pick, 14th overall
Nathan Green
1st Round Pick, 41st overall (previous trade from Medicine Hat)
RDR trades 1st round, 14th overall Pick in CHL Import Draft – BRN trades Nathan Green and 1st round, 41st overall Pick in CHL Import Draft.[66]
July 6, 2009 Prince Albert Raiders Prince George Cougars
James Dobrowolski
4th Round Pick

Justin Mayland
6th Round Pick
PA trades Dobrowolski and 4th Round Pick in 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – PG trades Mayland and 6th Round Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[67]
July 8, 2009 Calgary Hitmen Portland Winterhawks
conditional Draft Pick
Ryan Kerr
CGY trades conditional draft pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – POR trades Ryan Kerr.[68]
July 13, 2009 Vancouver Giants Kootenay Ice
5th Round Draft Pick
1st Round Draft Pick

David Musil
VAN trades 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft and 1st Round Draft Pick in the 2011 Bantam Draft – KTN trades the playing rights of David Musil.[69]
August 21, 2009 Brandon Wheat Kings Prince George Cougars
James Priestner
Conditional 5th Round Pick

Aaron Ness
3rd Round Pick
BRN trades James Priestner and conditional 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – PG trades playing rights to Aaron Ness and 3rd Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[70]
September 1, 2009 Everett Silvertips Chilliwack Bruins
conditional draft pick
Luke Siemens
EVT trades conditional draft pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – CWK trades Luke Siemens.[71]
September 2, 2009 Kootenay Ice Swift Current Broncos
Fourth Round Pick
Ryan Molle
KTN trades Fourth Round Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – SC trades Ryan Molle.[72]
September 3, 2009 Kamloops Blazers Vancouver Giants
Third Round Pick
Bronson Maschmeyer
KAM trades Third Round Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – VAN trades Bronson Maschmeyer.[73]
September 8, 2009 Tri-City Americans Kelowna Rockets
Warren Shymko
Future Considerations
TRI trades Warren Shymko – KEL trades Future Considerations.[74]
September 8, 2009 Prince Albert Raiders Edmonton Oil Kings
conditional draft pick
Craig McCallum
PA trades a conditional draft pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – EDM trades Craig McCallum.[75]
September 13, 2009 Prince George Cougars Kamloops Blazers
6th Round Pick
Kurt Torbohm
PG trades a 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – KAM trades Kurt Torbohm.[76]
September 15, 2009 Red Deer Rebels Vancouver Giants
3rd Round Pick
Simon Witt
RDR trades a 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – VAN trades Simon Witt.[77]
September 15, 2009 Prince George Cougars Saskatoon Blades
Tyler Kizuik
Conditional 6th Round Draft Pick
PG trades Tyler Kizuik – SAS trades a 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[77]
September 15, 2009 Everett Silvertips Red Deer Rebels
conditional Draft Pick
Brett Miller
EVT trades a conditional Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – RDR trades Brett Miller.[77]
September 22, 2009 Lethbridge Hurricanes Portland Winterhawks
conditional 6th Round Draft Pick
Radim Valchar
LET trades a conditional 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – POR trades Radim Valchar.[78]
September 22, 2009 Everett Silvertips Saskatoon Blades
6th Round Draft Pick
3rd Round Draft Pick

Chris Langkow
EVT trades 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft and 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – SAS trades Chris Langkow.[79]
September 23, 2009 Spokane Chiefs Lethbridge Hurricanes
Mike Reddington
Landon Oslanski

Kyle Beach
SPO trades Mike Reddington and Landon Oslanski – LET trades Kyle Beach.[80]
September 27, 2009 Tri-City Americans Lethbridge Hurricanes
6th Round Draft Pick
Cody Castro
TRI trades a 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – LET trades Cody Castro.[81]
September 27, 2009 Lethbridge Hurricanes Regina Pats
Conditional 5th Round Draft Pick
Linden Rowat
LET trades a Conditional 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – REG trades Linden Rowat.[82]
September 28, 2009 Saskatoon Blades Seattle Thunderbirds
Stefan Burzan
3rd Round Draft Pick

Jeremy Boyer
SAS trades a Stefan Burzan and 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – SEA trades Jeremy Boyer.[83]
September 28, 2009 Regina Pats Portland Winterhawks
4th Round Draft Pick
Conditional Draft Pick

Killian Hutt
REG trades 4th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft and Conditional Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – POR trades Killian Hutt.[84]
September 28, 2009 Saskatoon Blades Kelowna Rockets
Tyler Matheson
Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick
SAS trades Tyler Matheson – KEL trades a Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[84]
September 29, 2009 Red Deer Rebels Vancouver Giants
Cass Mappin
Andrej Kudrna
RDR trades Cass Mappin – VAN trades Andrej Kudrna.[85]
September 30, 2009 Medicine Hat Tigers Moose Jaw Warriors
Mike Forsyth
6th Round Draft Pick

Matt MacKay
Deven Dubyk
MH trades Mike Forsyth and a 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – MJ trades Matt MacKay and Deven Dubyk.[86]
October 5, 2009 Saskatoon Blades Prince Albert Raiders
Brendon Wall
Tyler Yaworski
4th Round Draft Pick

Steven Stanford
6th Round Draft Pick
SAS trades Brendon Wall, Tyler Yaworski and a 4th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – PA trades Steven Stanford and a 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[87]
October 5, 2009 Brandon Wheat Kings Prince Albert Raiders
Dalyn Flette
a Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick
BRN trades Dalyn Flette – PA trades a Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft. If Fleete is on the roster by December 1, 2009, PA will trade a 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft to BRN.[87]
October 6, 2009 Chilliwack Bruins Saskatoon Blades
Randy McNaught
Jamie Crooks
CWK trades Randy McNaught – SAS trades Jamie Crooks.[88]
October 7, 2009 Chilliwack Bruins Medicine Hat Tigers
6th Round Pick
Colton Grant
CWK trades 6th round pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – MH trades Colton Grant.[89]
October 8, 2009 Kamloops Blazers Medicine Hat Tigers
Cole Grbavac
John Stampohar
KAM trades Cole Grbavac – MH trades John Stampohar.[90]
October 8, 2009 Chilliwack Bruins Saskatoon Blades
Scott Ramsay
7th Round Draft Pick
CWK trades Scott Ramsay – SAS in exchange for 7th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[90]
October 8, 2009 Saskatoon Blades Seattle Thunderbirds
Scott Ramsay
Robbie Newton
SAS trades Scott Ramsay – SEA trades Robbie Newton.[90]
October 9, 2009 Swift Current Broncos Kelowna Rockets
Chad Ketting
Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick
SC trades Chad Ketting – KEL trades Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[88]
October 13, 2009 Spokane Chiefs Lethbridge Hurricanes
8th Round Draft Pick
Michael Tadjdeh
SPO trades 8th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – LET trades Michael Tadjdeh.[88]
October 13, 2009 Vancouver Giants Saskatoon Blades
3rd Round Draft Pick
Milan Kytnar
VAN trades 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – SAS trades Milan Kytner.[88]
October 15, 2009 Brandon Wheat Kings Seattle Thunderbirds
Brendan Rouse
Jacob De Serres
BRN trades Brendan Rouse – SEA trades Jacob De Serres.[91]
October 19, 2009 Regina Pats Medicine Hat Tigers
Mason Logan
Cody Carlson
REG trades Mason Logan – MH trades Cody Carlson.[92]
October 21, 2009 Red Deer Rebels Kelowna Rockets
4th Round Draft Pick
Aaron Borejko
RDR trades 4th Round Draft Pick in 2009 WHL Bantam Draft – KEL trades Aaron Borejko.[93]
October 22, 2009 Edmonton Oil Kings Medicine Hat Tigers
Austin Bourhis
Josh Koper
EDM trades Austin Bourhis – MH trades Josh Koper.[94]
October 28, 2009 Brandon Wheat Kings Everett Silvertips
Conditional Draft Pick
Paul Van de Velde
BRN trades Conditional Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – SAS trades Paul Van de Velde.[88]
November 3, 2009 Calgary Hitmen Prince George Cougars
Conditional 8th Round Draft Pick
Del Cowan
CGY trades Conditional 8th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – PG trades Del Cowan.[95]
November 5, 2009 Spokane Chiefs Lethbridge Hurricanes
Dustin Donaghy
6th Round Draft Pick
SPO trades Dustin Donaghy – LET trades 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[96]
November 10, 2009 Chilliwack Bruins Prince Albert Raiders
12th Round Draft Pick
Cole Penner
CWK trades 12th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – PA trades Cole Penner.[88]
November 12, 2009 Chilliwack Bruins Calgary Hitmen
Carter Berg
4th Round Draft Pick
CWK trades Carter Berg – CGY trades 4th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[88]
November 16, 2009 Kelowna Rockets Swift Current Broncos
Stepan Novotny
Tanner Clark

Geordie Wudrick
KEL trades Stepan Novotny and Tanner Clark – SC trades Geordie Wudrick.[97]
November 18, 2009 Edmonton Oil Kings Tri-City Americans
4th Round Draft Pick
Lane Werbowski
EDM trades 4th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – TRI trades Lane Werbowski.[98]
November 19, 2009 Lethbridge Hurricanes Tri-City Americans
Eric Mestery
2nd Round Draft Pick
LET trades Eric Mestery – TRI trades 2nd Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[99]
November 21, 2009 Red Deer Rebels Vancouver Giants
Connor Redmond
Lane Scheidl
RDR trades Connor Redmond – VAN trades Lane Scheidl.[100]
November 22, 2009 Portland Winterhawks Kamloops Blazers
Kurtis Mucha
4th Round Draft Pick
POR trades Kurtis Mucha – KAM trades 4th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[101]
November 23, 2009 Kamloops Blazers Calgary Hitmen
Giffen Nyren
Conditional 6th Round Draft Pick
KAM trades Giffen Nyren – CGY trades Conditional 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[88]
November 23, 2009 Kamloops Blazers Vancouver Giants
Brett Lyon
Ryan Funk
KAM trades Brett Lyon – VAN trades Ryan Funk.[88]
November 23, 2009 Tri-City Americans Prince George Cougars
Spencer Asuchak
13th Round Draft Pick
TRI trades Spencer Asuchak – PG trades 13th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[88]
November 24, 2009 Tri-City Americans Vancouver Giants
13th Round Draft Pick
Todd Kennedy
TRI trades 13th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – VAN trades Todd Kennedy.[88]
November 24, 2009 Prince Albert Raiders Portland Winterhawks
4th Round Draft Pick
Colin Reddin
PA trades 4th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – POR trades Colin Reddin.[88]
November 26, 2009 Portland Winterhawks Swift Current Broncos
Travis Bobbee
Eric Doyle
POR trades Travis Bobbee – SC trades Eric Doyle.[102]
December 1, 2009 Chilliwack Bruins Swift Current Broncos
Mark Friesen
3rd Round Draft Pick
CWK trades Mark Friesen – SC trades 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[103]
December 2, 2009 Calgary Hitmen Seattle Thunderbirds
Erik Bonsor
6th Round Draft Pick
CGY trades Erik Bonsor – SEA trades 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[104]
December 7, 2009 Kootenay Ice Lethbridge Hurricanes
Cason Machacek
4th Round Draft Pick
KTN trades Cason Machacek – LET trades 4th Round Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[105]
December 9, 2009 Regina Pats Lethbridge Hurricanes
Graham Hood
Taylor Balog
2nd Round Draft Pick
1st Round Draft Pick

Carter Ashton
Craig Orfino
3rd Round Draft Pick
REG trades Graham Hood, Taylor Balog, 2nd Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft, and 1st Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – LET trades Carter Ashton, Craig Orfino, and 3rd Round Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[106]
December 10, 2009 Regina Pats Vancouver Giants
Derek Tendler
5th Round Draft Pick
1st Round Draft Pick (CHL Import Draft)

Cass Mappin
Mitch Spooner
Mikael Jung
REG trades Derek Tendler, 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft, and 1st Round Draft Pick in the 2010 CHL Import Draft – VAN trades Cass Mappin, Mitch Spooner, and Mikael Jung.[107]
December 12, 2009 Everett Silvertips Kamloops Blazers
5th Round Draft Pick
Curtis Kulchar
EVT trades 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – KAM trades Curtis Kulchar.[108]
December 13, 2009 Brandon Wheat Kings Kamloops Blazers
Jordan DePape
Shayne Wiebe
BRN trades Jordan DePape – KAM trades Shayne Wiebe.[109]
December 14, 2009 Red Deer Rebels Seattle Thunderbirds
Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick
Brad Haber
RDR trades Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – SEA trades Brad Haber.[110]
December 28, 2009 Edmonton Oil Kings Everett Silvertips
Clayton Cumiskey
Cameron Abney
EDM trades Clayton Cumisky – EVT trades Cameron Abney.[111]
December 28, 2009 Chilliwack Bruins Prince Albert Raiders
13th Round Draft Pick
Brendan Persley
CWK trades 13th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – PA trades Brendan Persley.[88]
December 30, 2009 Edmonton Oil Kings Brandon Wheat Kings
Brent Raedeke
Klarc Wilson
Conditional 3rd Round Draft Pick
EDM trades Brent Raedeke – BRN trades Klarc Wilson and Conditional 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[112]
December 30, 2009 Tri-City Americans Regina Pats
Brett Martyniuk
Conditional 13th Round Draft Pick
TRI trades Brett Martyniuk – REG trades Conditional 13th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[113]
January 6, 2010 Vancouver Giants Prince Albert Raiders
Jamie Tucker
2nd Round Draft Pick
VAN trades Jamie Tucker – PA trades 2nd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[114]
January 6, 2010 Seattle Thunderbirds Prince Albert Raiders
Jonathan Parker
5th Round Draft Pick

Ryan Aasman
SEA trades Jonathan Parker and 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft – PA trades Ryan Aasman.[115]
January 7, 2010 Everett Silvertips Lethbridge Hurricanes
Drew McDermott
Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick
EVT trades Drew McDermott – LET trades a Conditional 7th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[116]
January 8, 2010 Seattle Thunderbirds Saskatoon Blades
Sena Acolatse
Burke Gallimore
SEA trades Sena Acolaste – SAS trades Burke Gallimore.[117]
January 10, 2010 Edmonton Oil Kings Vancouver Giants
Brett Breitkreuz
Tomas Vincour

Gary Nunn
Mike Piluso
Sebastian Svendsen
5th Round Draft Pick
3rd Round Draft Pick
Conditional 3rd Round Draft Pick
EDM trades Brett Breitkreuz and Tomas Vincour – VAN trades Gary Nunn, Mike Piluso, Sebastian Svendsen, 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft, 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft, and a Conditional 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2012 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]
January 10, 2010 Seattle Thunderbirds Prince George Cougars
Kyle Jahraus
Robbie Ciolfi
SEA trades Kyle Jahraus – PG trades Robbie Ciolfi.[118]
January 10, 2010 Brandon Wheat Kings Moose Jaw Warriors
Dallas Ehrhardt
2nd Round Draft Pick
2nd Round Draft Pick

Travis Hamonic
BRN trades Dallas Ehrhardt, 2nd Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft and 2nd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – MJ trades Travis Hamonic.[118]
January 10, 2010 Lethbridge Hurricanes Vancouver Giants
Brent Henke
5th Round Draft Pick
LET trades Brent Henke – VAN trades 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]
January 10, 2010 Portland Winterhawks Lethbridge Hurricanes
Daniel Johnston
Jacob Berglund
1st Round Draft Pick

Luca Sbisa
1st Round Draft Pick
5th Round Draft Pick
POR trades Daniel Johnston, Jacob Berglund, and 1st Round Draft Pick in the 2010 CHL Import Draft – LET trades Luca Sbisa, 1st Round Draft Pick in the 2010 CHL Draft, and 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]
January 10, 2010 Regina Pats Chilliwack Bruins
Matt Delahey
Mitch McColm
REG trades Matt Delahey – CWK trades Mitch McColm.[118]
January 10, 2010 Kootenay Ice Prince George Cougars
Petr Senkerik
5th Round Draft Pick
KTN trades Petr Senkerik – PG trades 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]
January 10, 2010 Saskatoon Blades Prince George Cougars
Tyler Santos
3rd Round Draft Pick
Conditional 3rd Round Draft Pick

Marek Viedensky
SAS trades Tyler Santos, 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft, and a Conditional Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – PG trades Marek Viedensky.[118]
January 10, 2010 Prince Albert Raiders Kelowna Rockets
Sean Aschim
6th Round Draft Pick
PA trades Sean Aschim – KEL trades 6th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]
January 10, 2010 Saskatoon Blades Kelowna Rockets
Colton Scissons
3rd Round Draft Pick

Curt Gogol
SAS trades Colton Scissons and 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – KEL trades Curt Gogol.[118]
January 10, 2010 Prince George Cougars Kelowna Rockets
Dallas Jackson
Tyler Halliday
3rd Round Draft Pick
PG trades Dallas Jackson – KEL trades Tyler Halliday and 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]
January 10, 2010 Swift Current Broncos Kelowna Rockets
5th Round Draft Pick
Kyle Verdino
SC trades 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – KEL trades Kyle Verdino.[118]
January 10, 2010 Seattle Thunderbirds Prince Albert Raiders
Stefan Warg
Austin Frank
5th Round Draft Pick
SEA trades Stefan Warg – PA trades Austin Frank and 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]
January 10, 2010 Calgary Hitmen Kamloops Blazers
Chase Schaber
Austin Madaisky
Conditional 3rd Round Draft Pick

Tyler Shattock
Jimmy Bubnick
Zak Stebner
Conditional 4th Round Draft Pick
CGY trades Chase Schaber, Austin Madaisky and Conditional 3rd Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft – KAM trades Tyler Shattock, Jimmy Bubnick, Zak Stebnar and Conditional 4th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]
January 10, 2010 Swift Current Broncos Tri-City Americans
Mike Brown
5th Round Draft Pick
SC trades Mike Brown – TRI trades 5th Round Draft Pick in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft.[118]

Subway Super Series

The Subway Super Series (formerly known as ADT Canada Russia Challenge) is a six-game series featuring four teams: three from the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) versus Russia's National Junior hockey team. Within the Canadian Hockey League umbrella, one team from each of its three leagues — the Ontario Hockey League, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, and Western Hockey League — compete in two games against the Russian junior team.

The 2009 Subway Super Series was held in six cities across Canada, with two cities for each league within the Canadian Hockey League. The series begun on November 16, 2009, and concluded on November 26, 2009. Both Western Hockey League games were held in the province of British Columbia. Former Victoria Cougar goaltender and Hall of Famer, Grant Fuhr was named Honorary Captain for the first game in the series, held in Victoria on November 25, 2009.[119] The next night, retired Kelowna fire chief, Gerry Zimmermann, was named Honorary Captain for the final game of the series, who was a popular local citizen who led Kelowna through the devastating Okanagan Mountain Park Fire that burned 200 homes in 2003.[120]

All six games were televised nationwide on Rogers Sportsnet, which broadcast both games from the Western Hockey League.

Results

In the first game of the two part series between Team WHL and Team Russia, Team WHL scored two goals en route to a 2–1 win in front of 6,695 fans at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, British Columbia. Goaltender, Igor Bobkov of Team Russia and forward Levko Koper of Team WHL, were named Players of the Game for their respective teams.[121] The next night at Prospera Place in Kelowna, British Columbia, Team WHL defeated Team Russia 4-2 to end the series and give the CHL a clean 6-0 sweep. Goaltender Igor Bobkov was named Team Russia's Player of the Game for the second straight night, while Brandon McMillan was named Team WHL's Player of the Game.[122]

Date Location Winner Loser
November 16 Drummondville, Quebec QMJHL all-stars 3 1 Team Russia
November 18 Shawinigan, Quebec QMJHL all-stars 8 3 Team Russia
November 19 Barrie, Ontario OHL all-stars 5 2 Team Russia
November 23 Windsor, Ontario OHL all-stars 5 2 Team Russia
November 25 Victoria, British Columbia WHL all-stars 2 1 Team Russia
November 26 Kelowna, British Columbia WHL all-stars 4 2 Team Russia
CHL wins series 6-0

2010 WHL Playoffs

Overview

  Conference Quarterfinals Conference Semifinals Conference Finals WHL Championship
                                     
1 Calgary 4  
8 Moose Jaw 3  
  1 Calgary 4  
 
  5 Medicine Hat 2  
2 Brandon 4
7 Swift Current 0  
  1 Calgary 4  
Eastern
  2 Brandon 1  
3 Saskatoon 4  
6 Red Deer 0  
  2 Brandon 4
 
  3 Saskatoon 2  
4 Kootenay 2
5 Medicine Hat 4  
  E1 Calgary 4
(Pairings are re-seeded after the first round.)
  W1 Tri-City 1
1 Tri-City 4  
8 Chilliwack 2  
  1 Tri-City 4
 
  6 Kelowna 1  
2 Vancouver 4
7 Kamloops 0  
  1 Tri-City 4
Western
  2 Vancouver 2  
3 Everett 3  
6 Kelowna 4  
  2 Vancouver 4
 
  5 Portland 2  
4 Spokane 3
5 Portland 4  

Conference Quarter-finals

Eastern Conference

(1) Calgary Hitmen vs. (8) Moose Jaw Warriors

March 18 Calgary Hitmen 2 – 4 Moose Jaw Warriors Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
March 20 Calgary Hitmen 1 – 4 Moose Jaw Warriors Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
March 22 Moose Jaw Warriors 3 – 7 Calgary Hitmen Moose Jaw Civic Centre Recap
March 23 Moose Jaw Warriors 4 – 3 Calgary Hitmen Moose Jaw Civic Centre Recap
March 25 Calgary Hitmen 5 – 2 Moose Jaw Warriors Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
March 27 Moose Jaw Warriors 3 – 7 Calgary Hitmen Moose Jaw Civic Centre Recap
March 29 Calgary Hitmen 6 – 2 Moose Jaw Warriors Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
Calgary won series 4 – 3

(2) Brandon Wheat Kings vs. (7) Swift Current Broncos

March 19 Brandon Wheat Kings 5 – 2 Swift Current Broncos Westman Place Recap
March 20 Brandon Wheat Kings 5 – 3 Swift Current Broncos Westman Place Recap
March 23 Swift Current Broncos 2 – 5 Brandon Wheat Kings Credit Union iPlex Recap
March 24 Swift Current Broncos 2 – 3 OT Brandon Wheat Kings Credit Union iPlex Recap
Brandon won series 4 – 0

(3) Saskatoon Blades vs. (6) Red Deer Rebels

March 20 Saskatoon Blades 3 – 0 Red Deer Rebels Credit Union Centre Recap
March 21 Saskatoon Blades 4 – 0 Red Deer Rebels Credit Union Centre Recap
March 24 Red Deer Rebels 1 – 2 OT Saskatoon Blades Enmax Centrium Recap
March 25 Red Deer Rebels 2 – 5 Saskatoon Blades Enmax Centrium Recap
Saskatoon won series 4 – 0

(4) Kootenay Ice vs. (5) Medicine Hat Tigers

March 19 Kootenay Ice 6 – 2 Medicine Hat Tigers Cranbrook Recreational Complex Recap
March 20 Kootenay Ice 4 – 0 Medicine Hat Tigers Cranbrook Recreational Complex Recap
March 23 Medicine Hat Tigers 4 – 1 Kootenay Ice Medicine Hat Arena Recap
March 24 Medicine Hat Tigers 5 – 1 Kootenay Ice Medicine Hat Arena Recap
March 26 Kootenay Ice 2 – 5 Medicine Hat Tigers Cranbrook Recreational Complex Recap
March 28 Medicine Hat Tigers 4 – 1 Kootenay Ice Medicine Hat Arena Recap
Medicine Hat won series 4 – 2

Western Conference

(1) Tri-City Americans vs. (8) Chilliwack Bruins

March 19 Tri-City Americans 4 – 2 Chilliwack Bruins Toyota Center Recap
March 20 Tri-City Americans 8 – 1 Chilliwack Bruins Toyota Center Recap
March 23 Chilliwack Bruins 5 – 1 Tri-City Americans Prospera Centre Recap
March 24 Chilliwack Bruins 3 – 4 OT Tri-City Americans Prospera Centre Recap
March 26 Tri-City Americans 3 – 4 OT Chilliwack Bruins Toyota Center Recap
March 28 Chilliwack Bruins 1 – 4 Tri-City Americans Prospera Centre Recap
Tri-City won series 4 – 2

(2) Vancouver Giants vs. (7) Kamloops Blazers

March 19 Vancouver Giants 4 – 3 OT Kamloops Blazers Pacific Coliseum Recap
March 20 Vancouver Giants 6 – 3 Kamloops Blazers Pacific Coliseum Recap
March 23 Kamloops Blazers 4 – 5 OT Vancouver Giants Interior Savings Centre Recap
March 24 Kamloops Blazers 4 – 5 Vancouver Giants Interior Savings Centre Recap
Vancouver won series 4 – 0

(3) Everett Silvertips vs. (6) Kelowna Rockets

March 19 Everett Silvertips 5 – 4 OT Kelowna Rockets Comcast Arena Recap
March 20 Everett Silvertips 5 – 2 Kelowna Rockets Comcast Arena Recap
March 23 Kelowna Rockets 5 – 3 Everett Silvertips Prospera Place Recap
March 24 Kelowna Rockets 5 – 4 2OT Everett Silvertips Prospera Place Recap
March 26 Everett Silvertips 4 – 0 Kelowna Rockets Comcast Arena Recap
March 27 Kelowna Rockets 5 – 4 Everett Silvertips Prospera Place Recap
March 29 Everett Silvertips 1 – 2 Kelowna Rockets Comcast Arena Recap
Kelowna won series 4 – 3

(4) Spokane Chiefs vs. (5) Portland Winterhawks

March 20 Portland Winterhawks 4 – 5 Spokane Chiefs Rose Garden Recap
March 21 Portland Winterhawks 2 – 4 Spokane Chiefs Rose Garden Recap
March 24 Spokane Chiefs 1 – 2 Portland Winterhawks Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Recap
March 26 Spokane Chiefs 2 – 4 Portland Winterhawks Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Recap
March 27 Spokane Chiefs 3 – 4 Portland Winterhawks Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Recap
March 29 Portland Winterhawks 3 – 4 Spokane Chiefs Rose Garden Recap
March 31 Spokane Chiefs 4 – 5 OT Portland Winterhawks Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Recap
Portland won series 4 – 3

Conference Semi-finals

Eastern Conference

(1) Calgary Hitmen vs. (5) Medicine Hat Tigers

April 2 Calgary Hitmen 5 – 2 Medicine Hat Tigers Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
April 4 Calgary Hitmen 4 – 0 Medicine Hat Tigers Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
April 6 Medicine Hat Tigers 4 – 3 OT Calgary Hitmen Medicine Hat Arena Recap
April 7 Medicine Hat Tigers 1 – 4 Calgary Hitmen Medicine Hat Arena Recap
April 9 Calgary Hitmen 4 – 5 Medicine Hat Tigers Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
April 11 Medicine Hat Tigers 2 – 3 OT Calgary Hitmen Medicine Hat Arena Recap
Calgary won series 4 – 2

(2) Brandon Wheat Kings vs. (3) Saskatoon Blades

April 2 Saskatoon Blades 5 – 6 Brandon Wheat Kings Credit Union Centre Recap
April 3 Saskatoon Blades 1 – 4 Brandon Wheat Kings Credit Union Centre Recap
April 7 Brandon Wheat Kings 4 – 5 Saskatoon Blades Westman Place Recap
April 9 Brandon Wheat Kings 3 – 4 Saskatoon Blades Westman Place Recap
April 10 Brandon Wheat Kings 3 – 2 Saskatoon Blades Westman Place Recap
April 12 Saskatoon Blades 4 – 5 Brandon Wheat Kings Credit Union Centre Recap
Brandon won series 4 – 2

Western Conference

(1) Tri-City Americans vs. (6) Kelowna Rockets

April 2 Tri-City Americans 5 – 3 Kelowna Rockets Toyota Center Recap
April 3 Tri-City Americans 2 – 3 Kelowna Rockets Toyota Center Recap
April 6 Kelowna Rockets 0 – 2 Tri-City Americans Prospera Place Recap
April 7 Kelowna Rockets 2 – 3 Tri-City Americans Prospera Place Recap
April 9 Tri-City Americans 4 – 3 OT Kelowna Rockets Toyota Center Recap
Tri-City won series 4 – 1

(2) Vancouver Giants vs. (5) Portland Winterhawks

April 3 Portland Winterhawks 6 – 9 Vancouver Giants Memorial Coliseum Recap
April 4 Portland Winterhawks 4 – 7 Vancouver Giants Memorial Coliseum Recap
April 7 Vancouver Giants 2 – 3 Portland Winterhawks Pacific Coliseum Recap
April 9 Vancouver Giants 5 – 3 Portland Winterhawks Pacific Coliseum Recap
April 10 Vancouver Giants 4 – 5 Portland Winterhawks Pacific Coliseum Recap
April 13 Portland Winterhawks 1 – 3 Vancouver Giants Memorial Coliseum Recap
Vancouver won series 4 – 2

Conference Finals

Eastern Conference

(1) Calgary Hitmen vs. (2) Brandon Wheat Kings

April 16 Calgary Hitmen 2 – 4 Brandon Wheat Kings Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
April 17 Calgary Hitmen 3 – 2 OT Brandon Wheat Kings Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
April 20 Brandon Wheat Kings 3 – 6 Calgary Hitmen Westman Place Recap
April 21 Brandon Wheat Kings 3 – 4 Calgary Hitmen Westman Place Recap
April 23 Calgary Hitmen 6 – 1 Brandon Wheat Kings Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
Calgary won series 4 – 1

Western Conference

(1) Tri-City Americans vs. (2) Vancouver Giants

April 16 Tri-City Americans 2 – 4 Vancouver Giants Toyota Center Recap
April 17 Tri-City Americans 4 – 0 Vancouver Giants Toyota Center Recap
April 20 Vancouver Giants 3 – 2 OT Tri-City Americans Pacific Coliseum Recap
April 22 Vancouver Giants 2 – 5 Tri-City Americans Pacific Coliseum Recap
April 23 Tri-City Americans 4 – 1 Vancouver Giants Toyota Center Recap
April 25 Vancouver Giants 2 – 5 Tri-City Americans Pacific Coliseum Recap
Tri-City won series 4 – 2

WHL Championship

(E1) Calgary Hitmen vs. (W1) Tri-City Americans

April 30 Calgary Hitmen 7 – 0 Tri-City Americans Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
May 1 Calgary Hitmen 4 – 1 Tri-City Americans Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
May 4 Tri-City Americans 1 – 4 Calgary Hitmen Toyota Center Recap
May 5 Tri-City Americans 4 – 2 Calgary Hitmen Toyota Center Recap
May 7 Calgary Hitmen 4 – 1 Tri-City Americans Pengrowth Saddledome Recap
Calgary won series 4 – 1

Memorial Cup

The 92nd MasterCard Memorial Cup was held in Brandon, Manitoba.[123]

WHL awards

Regular season Champions Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy Calgary Hitmen
Player of the Year Four Broncos Memorial Trophy Jordan Eberle Regina Pats
Top Scorer Bob Clarke Trophy Brandon Kozun Calgary Hitmen
Top Defenseman Bill Hunter Trophy Tyson Barrie Kelowna Rockets
Rookie of the Year Jim Piggott Memorial Trophy Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Red Deer Rebels
Top Goaltender Del Wilson Trophy Martin Jones Calgary Hitmen
Top Plus-Minus Rating WHL Plus-Minus Award Colby Robak Brandon Wheat Kings
Most Sportsmanlike Player Brad Hornung Trophy Jason Bast Moose Jaw Warriors
Scholastic Player of the Year Daryl K. (Doc) Seaman Trophy Adam Lowry Swift Current Broncos
Coach of the Year Dunc McCallum Memorial Trophy Mark Holick Kootenay Ice
Executive of the Year Lloyd Saunders Memorial Trophy Kelly McCrimmon Brandon Wheat Kings
Top Official Allen Paradice Memorial Trophy Chris Savage
Marketing/Public Relations Award St. Clair Group Trophy Zoran Rajcic Everett Silvertips
Humanitarian of the Year Doug Wickenheiser Memorial Trophy Matt Fraser Kootenay Ice
WHL Finals Most Valuable Player AirBC Trophy Martin Jones Calgary Hitmen
Alumni Achievement Awards Professional Hockey Achievement
Academic Recipient
Joe Sakic
Gavin McLeod

All-Star Teams

Eastern Conference

First Team Pos. Second Team
Player Team Player Team
Martin Jones Calgary Hitmen G Darcy Kuemper Red Deer Rebels
Michael Stone Calgary Hitmen D Travis Hamonic Brandon Wheat Kings
Brayden McNabb Kootenay Ice D Colby Robak Brandon Wheat Kings
Jordan Eberle* Regina Pats F Dustin Sylvester Kootenay Ice
Brayden Schenn Brandon Wheat Kings F Matt Calvert Brandon Wheat Kings
Brandon Kozun Calgary Hitmen F Cody Eakin Swift Current Broncos

Western Conference

First Team Pos. Second Team
Player Team Player Team
Calvin Pickard Seattle Thunderbirds G Drew Owsley Tri-City Americans
Tyson Barrie Kelowna Rockets D Jared Cowen Spokane Chiefs
Kevin Connauton Vancouver Giants D Radko Gudas Everett Silvertips
Craig Cunningham* Vancouver Giants F Shane Harper Everett Silvertips
Kyle Beach Spokane Chiefs F Nino Niederreiter Portland Winterhawks
Mitch Wahl Spokane Chiefs F Prab Rai Seattle Thunderbirds
  • denotes unanimous selection[124]

See also

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