Sunday, August 26, 2012

Let's start the season already

I am sure every WHL fan in Saskatoon is anxiously awaiting the start of the season I am very excited. training camp gets started on August 31. The blades will play two exhibition games against Prince Albert and two exhibition games against Regina before the regular season starts on September 21.

Monday, June 25, 2012

Blades Thrower and Sutter Drafted.

After my holidays were unexpectedly cut short I am home and can post this. Lukas Sutter was picked by Winnipeg Jets as well as former Blade Ryan Olsen. Dalton Thrower was selected by the Montreal Canadiens. Andrey Makarov was not picked but invited to the Florida Panthers Development Camp. Josh Nicholls was passed over after not being signed by the Maple Leafs. Congratulations to all the players who had their dreams come true on Friday.

Friday, June 15, 2012

Lukas Sutter to Represent Blades

He has been named to team WHL in the Canada VS Russia Challenge.

I think his teammate Andrey Makarov will play goal for Russia. Congratulations guys!!!

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Blades Add Assistant Coach

He was a defencemen in the NHL and also won a Stanley Cup, his name is Curtis Leschyshyn. This is a good hire!! He will help the entire team. 

Is it September yet?? I have to enjoy summer first!! 

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Big Day for the Saskatoon Blades

As all of you should know,The Saskatoon Blades are hosting the 2013 Memorial Cup and with that in mind the Blades got started early acquiring  20 year old Brendan Walker from the Wheat Kings.

The Blades had  to give up Ryan Olsen and draft picks

The Blades were not done yet,They acquired California native and New York Rangers prospect Shane McColgan and Jessey Astles.

These are huge upgrades to the offence. I just want September to come RIGHT NOW. haha

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Blades Win In Shoot-out

Andrey Makarov started for the Blades in net. Saskatoon built up a 3-1 lead at one point. Medicine Hat is a fast team with some offensive weapons like Emerson Etem.

The Blades I thought were still playing sloppy which caused them to give up the lead.

The Tigers tied up the game,and did forced a shoot-out.

The Blades scored 2 times in the shoot-out. They won 4-3.

Their next game is on friday against the Calgary Hitmen. The Blades are 1 win away from tying or breaking the record of most consecutive wins on home ice. Saskatoon continues to lead the WHL in points.

Monday, November 21, 2011

2 WIns This Weekend.

Finally back from Alberta. I had an awesome time! The game was a goal fest with 11 goals being scored. Saskatoon played kinda sloppy throughout.

The Defence needs to step up and not allow so many shot Makarov is going to be worn out if he continues to see so many games in a row and see so much rubber.

Lukas Sutter has really improved and showed that with 2 goals tonight.

The Blades won 6-5. Saskatoon has 3 games next week. Tuesday,Friday and Saturday. Saskatoon is also the top team in the WHL right now.