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Gelling On The Swing – Portland Winterhawks Take 4 Wins In 6 games

When the Winterhawks left Portland nearly two weeks ago, they had just one win compared to seven losses and concerns that the team was slipping away from the playoffs. Returning to Portland, the Winterhawks are adding four wins and more importantly, showing some team development that was missing. The first game of the swing was […]

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Portland Winterhawks’ Woes Continue – Looking To The Road For Answers

The Portland Winterhawks dropped two overage players this past week following their latest autograph appearance. Joshua Smith and Travis McEvoy were dropped prior to the weekend games which left the Hawks at 25 players. The team then had two tough divisional opponents to battle this last week. The first game was on the road against […]

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Portland Winterhawks Split Weekend Games, Roster Almost Finalized

The Portland Winterhawks took the past week off to work their returning veterans back into regular rotation. After taking a 5 game losing streak to start the season, the Hawks looked to rebound against the team that started their slump. The Seattle Thunderbirds, who took a 4-1 win on opening night had also been on […]

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Keep Your Eye On These Younger Portland Winterhawks

This column was written by Kyle Martinak of PortlandSports.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News As is the custom for a top-tier WHL team, the Portland Winterhawks have had a nasty opening week due in large part to the absence of their best and brightest. With the NHL prospects gone, their leadership responsibilities have fallen […]

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Portland Winterhawks Drop First Two Of The Regular Season

The Portland Winterhawks knew as the preseason started that it would be a tough go for the first part of the season. An unprecedented number of Winterhawks players, who had been drafted by NHL clubs, would be out for at least the first two games of the season. Add to that, two injuries to two […]

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NHL To Portland – Gary, Please Don’t Screw This One Up

Believe it or not, hockey is experiencing a bit of a renaissance in America. Even with its inaccessibility for many children in many parts of the country, its strong presence and stigma as Canada’s sport, and a staggering lack of diversity in an increasingly diverse and inter-connected world, hockey television ratings have never been higher […]

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Portland Winterhawks – The Kids Are Alright

Any questions surrounding just how the Portland Winterhawks were going to do once Mike Johnston moved up to the Pittsburgh Penguins NHL club were answered following this past weekend at the Everett Pre-Season Tournament. New Coach and General Manager Jamie Kompon led the charge after 4 grueling days at the Winterhawks Skating Center for camp. […]

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Portland Seeks A New Coach For The Winterhawks

The Mike Johnston era in Portland is officially over. Speculation over the past few weeks with two NHL coaching vacancies led to speculation that Johnston was heavily included in the mix. Owner Bill Gallacher had acknowledged that he would not stand in the way of Mike should a pro deal come about. This season, there […]

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Portland Winterhawks Dethrone Royals, Advance To The Next Round

From the start of the series, many felt Portland would hand it to Victoria, sweep the series and move onto Kelowna and go to the WHL Finals. It took a loss in game three to make fans realize that Victoria was going to be a tough one. When the Hawks won game four to split […]

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Portland Winterhawks Crown The Royals, Lead Series 2-0

The Portland Winterhawks have gone into the playoffs with high expectations and questions about if they can repeat like they did last season when they went all the way to the Memorial Cup Final. In the six games they have played in the post-season, the Hawks have answered with a resounding yes. Victoria was to […]

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Portland Winterhawks Look To A Royal Welcoming

The Portland Winterhawks entered the second season also known as the playoffs with yet another thing to prove. Their run at the Memorial Cup fell a bit short last season and they’d like to make up for that. Having another solid season, coupled with a run of 31 wins in the past 32 games doesn’t […]

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