Seth Jones Winnipeg Hockey Talk Top Prospect

Seth Jones

About Seth Jones   League: WHL   Team: Portland WinterHawks

DOB: Oct. 3, 1994   Born: Plano, TX   Hometown: Denver, CO

Height: 6’4     Weight: 205

Position: Defence     Shoots: Right

Games: 61   Goals: 14   Assists: 42 Points: 56   Plus/Minus: +46   PIM: 33


Seth Jones played this past season in the WHL for the League Champion Portland WinterHawks.  Jones is already a gifted offensive defenceman and is the best prospect in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.  [Read more…]

Samuel Morin Winnipeg Hockey Talk Prospect

Samuel Morin

League: QMJHL     Team: Rimouski Oceanic

Born: July 12, 1995     Hometown: St. Jean, PQ

Height: 6’7     Weight: 210

Position: Defence     Shoots: Left

Games: 46   Goals: 4   Assists: 12   Points: 16   Plus/Minus: +10   PIM: 117

Samuel Morin played this past season in the QMJHL for the Rimouski Oceanic.  Already listed at 6’7″, Morin is an imposing physical defenceman.   [Read more…]

Zach Fucale Winnipeg Hockey Talk Prospect

Zach Fucale         

League: QMJHL      Team: Halifax Mooseheads

Born: May 28 1995      Rosemere, PQ        
6’1      Weight: 180

Position: Goalie     Shoots: Left     Glove: Left

Games: 55     GAA: 2.35     SV%: .909


Zach Fucale played this past season for the Memorial Cup Champion Halifax Mooseheads of the QMJHL.  Fucale is a very athletic, butterfly style goaltender.  He has good size, is a very agile goalie and like all the new age goaltenders he does an excellent job taking away the bottom of the net. [Read more…]

Valentin Zykov

About Valentin Zykov



League:  QMJHL
TEAM:  Baie-Comeau Drakkar
Height: 6’1          Weight:  215          Position:  RW
GP:  67     G:  40     A:  35     Pts:  75     Plus/Minus:  +29     PIM:  60

 Valentin Zykov played this past season in the QMJHL for the Baie-Comeau Drakkar.  In his first season in North America he was the second-leading scorer [Read more…]

WHL And NHL’s Winnipeg Jets In The Same City?

WHL Hosting The MasterCard Memorial Cup

The annual Memorial Cup hockey tournament is now well under way this week in Saskatoon and the interest is very high.  This year because of all the high-end draft picks scattered throughout the participating teams.  It doesn’t hurt that every game is being broadcast by SportsNet either.  This has piqued the interest of local hockey fans and once again started the conversation about whether Winnipeg should pursue a WHL hockey team.  Before we even start to get into this story, I will pose the question right now. [Read more…]

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