Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Today's WHL Ride Guest List in Moose Jaw

Kelly Chase

Kelly Chase
An enforcer for the Saskatoon Blades during his WHL career, Chase went on to a NHL career with St. Louis, Hartford and Toronto.  Kelly recently won Battle of the Blades--- a televised contest of NHL stars participating in a pairs figure skating competition.  Kelly is Saskatchewan born and currently a color commentator for the Blues. 

Curtis Leschyshyn
Playing in over 1000 NHL games and a member of the Stanley Cup champ Colorado Avalanche team in 1996.  He finished his career with the Ottawa Senators.

 Dave Chartier
A Brandon Wheat King alumni, Chartier was drafted by the Winnipeg Jets.

Riley Armstrong
Played in both Kootenay and Everett before heading on to a AHL/NHL career before landing a spot in the KHL over in Europe.

Colby Armstrong
Colby Armstrong
Drafted by Pittsburg after his WHL career with the Rebels, Colby played for the Thrashers before being traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs where he currently plays.

 Mike Keane
A Warrior hall of famer, Mike Keane played in over 1000 NHL games before ending his hockey career with the Manitoba Moose--where he had his jersey retired his past year.

Derek Dorsett
From Kindersley, Dorsett played for the Medicine Hat Tigers.  The twenty four year old currently plays in Columbus. 

Barret Jackman
Selected by the Blues, Jackman was the youngest Pats captain in history.  Barret spent 3 seasons with the Pats.  Jackman currently plays with Blues.

Josh Harding
Josh Harding  Regina born, Josh Harding was a very celebrated goaltender in his WHL career.  Harding plays for the Minnesota Wild.

Jamie Heward
Drafted by Pittsburgh, Heward is a former Regina Pat.  The defensemen had an extensive NHL career.

Mike Sillinger
The current Director of Player Personnel for the Oilers, Sillinger’s WHL stint lead to a long span in the NHL from 1991 until 2009.

Brayden McNabb
From Davidson, SK—McNabb played last season with the WHL Champion Kootenay Ice.  Brayden is a signed draft pick of the Buffalo Sabres.

Kendall McFaull
From Rosetown, SK—Kendall is current Warrior roster player and a Atlanta Thrashers draft pick.

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