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Great news!! I just received the following email from [b]WHL Vancouver Giants[/b] play-by-play broadcaster [b]Joey Kenward[/b]: [quote]"Hello. Hope your summer is going well..... "I wanted to let you know that I am taking a new path in my career. I will be leaving the Vancouver Giants at the end of this month. I have accepted a new job to be a [b]Vancouver Canucks play-by-play broadcaster[... Read More »

Joey Kenward's WHL Play-off Update

Posted March 25, 2008
Joey Kenward is the play-by-play voice of the defending Memorial Cup champion WHL [b]Vancouver Giants[/b]. __________________ Now that the 2008 Playoffs are underway in the WHL, I thought I might provide a quick recap of how each series has gone to this point. The Western Conference match-ups on paper are not nearly as close as those in the East, based primarily on how the clubs finished off in... Read More »

"You can't fire all the players..."

Posted February 29, 2008
For the third time this season, last night a team played the Flyers in Philadelphia immediately before or after firing their coach. Just two weeks into the season, the [b]Atlanta Thrashers[/b] dismissed [b]Bob Hartley[/b] after falling to the Flyers, 4-0, for an 0-6 start. On November 23rd, the [b]Washington Capitals[/b] edged the Flyers, 4-3 in OT, immediately after [b]Glen Hanlon[/b] had been re... Read More »
[i](Joey Kenward is the play-byplay "voice" of the Memorial Cup champion WHL Vancouver Giants.) [/i] [b]***BIG NAMES & SURPRISES HI-LITE DRIVE TO TRADE DEADLINE***[/b] When you compare previous [b]WHL trade deadlines[/b] to the one that just passed us by [b]January 10[/b], things were relatively quiet on the wheeling and dealing front. Since the beginning of the month, [b]22[/b] deals w... Read More »

Joey Kenward's WHL Update

Posted January 16, 2008
[i](Joey Kenward is the play-byplay "voice" of the Memorial Cup champion WHL Vancouver Giants.) [/i] [b]***BIG NAMES & SURPRISES HI-LITE DRIVE TO TRADE DEADLINE***[/b] When you compare previous [b]WHL trade deadlines[/b] to the one that just passed us by [b]January 10[/b], things were relatively quiet on the wheeling and dealing front. Since the beginning of the month, [b]22[/b] deals were m... Read More »

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May 28, 2007 8:53 PM ET | Delete
Congrats to Hay and the Giants. Great blog Scoop!!
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Scoop did my blog check it out let me know what you think
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Favorite Teams

Philadelphia Flyers (NHL), Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL), Philadelphia Firebirds* (NAHL), Johnstown Jets* (NAHL), Hershey Bears (AHL), Vancouver Canucks (NHL), Vancouver Giants (WHL), and a good many more although some of them no longer exist... (*Defunct)

Most Hated Teams

While I of course like some teams less than others, I could never really hate a hockey team...

Favorite Players

Gordie Howe, Bob Clarke, Bernie Parent, Gordie Brooks, Dave Brown, Doug Gibson, Jean Beliveau, Frank Bathe, Frank Mathers, and far too many more to conveniently name...

Most Hated Players

There are some I may not particularly like, but their names I would sooner keep quitely to myself (although if I really HAD to name one, Sean Avery would be a leading candidate I shouldn't wonder)...

Best Hockey Memories

1974 Philadelphia Flyers Stanley Cup championship game, 1976 Philadelphia Firebirds Lockhart Cup championship game, 1980 Hershey Bears Calder Cup championship game, 1998 Philadelphia Phantoms Calder Cup championship game, 2005 Philadelphia Phantoms Calder Cup championship game, four other Stanley Cup (1976, 1980) and Calder Cup (1981, 1983) championship games, Frank Mathers Retirement Night (1991) and Memorial (2006), Last Regular Season game at HersheyPark Arena (2002), and another 3,000 or so games worth of other memories...