Portland Winterhawks, Near The Halfway Point Of The Regular Season, Continue To Fight For A Playoff Spot
One of the toughest schedules for the Portland Winterhawks happened at a time where the team was desperate to get some distance between the bottom of the division and in the hunt to be in the mix for a playoff spot. The Hawks are nearing the halfway point of the season and have had some […]
Heading into the Thanksgiving weekend, the Portland Winterhawks were facing strong competition with three games over five nights, two with BC Division teams and one with a Central Division team, all solidly ranked in their respective divisions.
Highlight video of the 1983 and 1998 Portland Winter Hawks Memorial Cup championship teams that played during the reunion celebration in the Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, March 8.
The nine-game losing streak is over, but it might be the defining moment of the season if the Portland Winterhawks can’t escape it’s negative momentum throughout November. With an upcoming five-game series at home, the team can’t afford it. They have teetered into a losing record and have plummeted to the bottom of the conference […]
The Hawks offensive lines are going to have to play two-way hockey in order to snuff this first foe and move on to the real challenges.
After a season that began with damaged confidence, the Winterhawks are on track to take the U.S. Division of the WHL for the year.
We all would like to see playoff matchup against the Thunderbirds, but I am sure anyone in that Winterhawks locker room would rather not.
With eight games remaining, the distance between Portland and the division-leading Everett Silvertips is rapidly closing
The East’s eight playoff spots are virtually locked. But out west, four teams are fighting to the end for the final two spots.
Coach Kompon must have been eager to shake out the cobwebs on the defense, since he started newcomer Evan Johnson against his former team.