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Dante Giannuzzi shines in two games at CSSHL Championships

Signed Portland Winterhawks goalie Dante Giannuzzi played two games at the CSSHL Championships on Thursday and Friday. The 2002-born Manitoba native is playing for Rink Hockey Academy (RHA) in the Midget Prep Division. RHA played against the top two Midget prep teams, Burnaby and Shawnigan, and emerged with two victories. In two games Giannuzzi stopped …

Max Burkholder Q+A and Prospect Profile

Name: Max Burkholder Team: Chaska-Chanhassen Bantam AA Position: Defense Date of Birth: 8/8/2003 Hometown: Chaska, Minnesota Height/Weight: 5’7” 160 pounds Hand: Right 2018-2019 Stats as of 12/30/2018: 30 Games played, 11 Goals, 49 Assists, 60 Points Eligible for 2021 NHL Draft Scout’s Perspective: Max Burkholder is a smooth skating two-way defenseman, who despite his smaller …

Game Report: Dec 1 – Spokane Chiefs at Portland Winterhawks

My quick thoughts on a few of the 2000 and 2001 born NHL Draft Eligible Players’ performance on Saturday night. Portland Winterhawks: #3 Nick Perna I felt Saturday was Perna’s best game as a WHL player; his first multi-point night. His first assist came after he kept the puck alive at the offensive blue line. …

Prospect Profile: Ty Murchison

Name: Ty Murchison Team: Los Angeles Jr. Kings 16U AAA Position: Defense Date of Birth: 2/2/2003 Hometown: Corona, California Height/Weight: 5’11 165 pounds Hand: Left   Eligible for the 2021 NHL Draft   Ty Murchison is a smart, puck-moving, two-way defenseman who contributes in every facet of the game. Murchison was selected in the third …

Portland Winterhawks Draft Review

  Selections 19th Overall: Gabe Klassen – Prince Albert Pirates   Portland’s first selection in the 2018 WHL Draft, Klassen led the SBAAHL in scoring with 89 points in 31 games. An instinctive offensive center, Klassen is a catalyst for smart plays with the puck and makes players around him better. Plays a perimeter style …

Portland Winterhawks Training Camp

  Last week I attended the Winterhawks Training Camp, locally known as the Neely Cup. I spent the majority of time focusing on the 2002 and 2003 players along with a few other roster hopefuls. Overall, I feel the camp was a success and players had the opportunity to showcase their skills and also overcome …