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#151 Joel Heyman

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Posted 02 March 2013 - 04:33 AM

That was an awesome game! I got to meet Gordie Howe so that was definitely the experience of a lifetime!
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 01:20 AM

Final Score: VAN 2 --- KAM 4

Shots: 26-22 VAN

Goals:
First Period:
KAM Marek Hrbas (8) PP - J. Lipon, S. Grist (3:33)

Second Period:
KAM Dylan Willick (15) - J. Lipon, S. Grist
KAM Kale Kessy (17) SH - 14:33
VAN Brett Kulak (12) PP - T. Foster, D. Sward (16:26)

Third Period:
KAM Brendan Ranford (19) - C. Smith, T. Hansen (0:56)
VAN Cain Franson (27) - R. Kieser, A. Baer (15:22)

Goalies:
VAN Jared Rathjen 4 GA, 18 SVS
KAM Cole Cheveldave 2 GA 24 SVS

Three Stars of the Game:
1. KAM 19 Brendan Ranford
2. KAM 2 Tyler Hansen
3. KAM 3 Sam Grist

As the Giants 3-game winning streak comes to an end, so do their mathematical chances at the playoffs. Rookie Alec Baer got his first WHL point in his second game, and assist on Cain Franson's goal. Kale Kessy again scores against us. Flyers prospects Brendan Ranford now holds the franchise record for most games played at 342 as a Blazer. This wasn't as chippy a Blazers-Giants game you'd expect, just a few roughing minors.

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Giants record: 66 GP 18-46-2-0 38 PTS, 22nd by 6 points
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Posted 03 March 2013 - 10:51 PM

Giants win!

Final Score: VAN 1 --- EVT 0 OT

Shots: 27-13 VAN

Goal Scoring:
First Period:
No Scoring

Second Period:
No Scoring

Third Period:
No Scoring

Overtime:
VAN Blake Orban (4) - B. Kulak, B. Rouse (1:47)

Goalies:
VAN Payton Lee 0 GA, 13 SVS
EVT Austin Lotz 1 GA, 26 SVS

Three Stars of the Game:
1. EVT 30 Austin Lotz
2. VAN 8 Tyler Morrison
3. VAN 13 Alec Baer

Vancouver absolutely dominated today's game, and the shots will already tell you that. Everett had only 2 shots in the second period. Blake Orban played the hero in overtime with a clean slap shot past 2013 draft-eligible goalie Austin Lotz. Payton Lee wasn't super busy in net with only 13 shots against, but made some big saves when he needed to including a five-hole breakaway stop on Manraj Hayer

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 01:20 PM

When will this turrible season end.
Sadly, there isn't even anyone looking all that good on the horizon.
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Posted 06 March 2013 - 12:09 AM

As much as this rebuilding season has been a tough one. The Future is bright. Giants fans have seen 15 year old forwards Alec Baer and Jakob Stukel. Both players have shown offensive upside. Payton Lee has played well considering he is the only 16 year old starting goalie in the WHL.

There are rumblings that Marek Tverdon could return next year and play as an overager.
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Posted 06 March 2013 - 01:15 AM

As much as this rebuilding season has been a tough one. The Future is bright. Giants fans have seen 15 year old forwards Alec Baer and Jakob Stukel. Both players have shown offensive upside. Payton Lee has played well considering he is the only 16 year old starting goalie in the WHL.

There are rumblings that Marek Tverdon could return next year and play as an overager.

And don't forget the 8 picks in the first 3 rounds this year, and will probably be the first overall pick.
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Posted 07 March 2013 - 10:39 PM

And don't forget the 8 picks in the first 3 rounds this year, and will probably be the first overall pick.

I am not forgetting about the draft picks. But next season NONE of those players will be on the roster. I would not be surprised if the Giants were in the mix for home ice in round one next season.
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Posted 07 March 2013 - 11:12 PM

I am not forgetting about the draft picks. But next season NONE of those players will be on the roster. I would not be surprised if the Giants were in the mix for home ice in round one next season.

Oh yeah, just saying the next couple seasons are gonna be great.
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Posted 09 March 2013 - 01:09 PM

Final Score: VAN 3 --- VIC 5

Shots: 31-29 VAN

Goal Scoring:
First Period:
VIC Brandon Magee (30) SH - S. Hodges (7:36)
VAN Cain Franson (28) PP - T. Morrison (8:15)

Second Period:
VIC Ben Walker (19) - A. Carroll, L. Nelson (4:23)
VIC Steven Hodges (26) - J. Crooks, I. Schacher (12:41)
VAN Tyler Morrison (2) - C. Franson (13:30)
VAN Alec Baer (1) - C. Franson, R. Kieser (17:00)

Third Period:
VIC Jack Walker (8) - B. Walker (4:26$
VIC Steven Hodges (27) EN - J. Crooks, B. Magee (19:19)

Goalies:
VAN Jared Rathjen 4 GA 24 SVS
VIC Coleman Vollrath 3 GA 28 SVS

Three Stars of the Game:
1. VIC 11 Steven Hodges
2. VAN 12 Cain Franson
3. VIC 10 Ben Walker

The Giant lose the first in a home-and-home worth the Victoria Royals in, judging by the boxscore, looked like a feisty matchup, with Blake Orban leading the way with 12 PIMS. Rookie Alec Baer scored his first WHL goal in hos fifth game! Again, I have no highlights and I didn't see the game, but judging by the scoring of a line of Baer-Franson-Kieser was flying out there tonight. Tyler Morrison also had two points, and Franson had 3. The Giants and Royals play again tonight at the Coliseum, then only a few more games left before the end of the season. One more loss and the G-men are guaranteed last place in the league.

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Attendance: 5393

Giants record: 68 GP 19-47-2-0 40 points, 22nd by 8 points.
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Posted 10 March 2013 - 12:05 AM

Final Score: VAN 3 --- VIC 1

Shots: 40-20 VAN

Goal Scoring:
First Period:
VIC Jamie Crooks (33) PP - J. Fransoo, S. Hodges (0:34)
VAN Carter Popoff (14) - B. Kulak (3:53)

Second Period:
No Scoring

Third Period:
VAN Jackson Houck (21) - B. Kulak, B. Rouse (8:20)
VAN Jackson Houck (22) EN (19:42)

Goalies:
VAN Payton Lee 1 GA 19 SVS
VIC Coleman Vollrath 2 GA 37 SVS

Three Stars of the Game:
1. VAN 1 Payton Lee
2. VAN 27 Jackson Houck
3. VAN 2 Brett Kulak

The Giants ended this home-and-home much better than they started it. They controlled the game almost fully, apart from the one powerplay goal 34 seconds in, doubling the Royals shot total. That would be the only powerplay in the game for both sides, just fights (Cooke) and offsetting minors (Vannieuwenhuizen). Jackson Houck scored a pair of goals including the game winner and the empty net goal. On Houck's initial shot, the goalie Vollrath made a great diving stick save but then the puck trickled across the line. Brett Kulak also had two assists. Payton Lee made 19 saves and allowed only the one goal. Also, with a Cougars win tonight the Giants are mathematically stuck in last place.

Pacific Coliseum- Vancouver BC
Attendance: 6184

Giants record: 20-47-2-0 42 points, 22nd by 8 points
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Posted 10 March 2013 - 12:08 AM

Double post

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Posted 10 March 2013 - 07:25 PM

Giants win!

Final Score: VAN 5 --- PG 3

Shots: 31-29 VAN

Goal Scoring:
First Period:
VAN Thomas Foster (3) - B. Kulak, C. Franson (6:33)
VAN Jackson Houck (23) - T. Vickerman, T. Morrison (10:32)

Second Period:
PG Zach Pochiro (14) PP - C. Jacobs, C. Witala (11:20)
PG Jordan Tkatch (6) - C. Jacobs, J. Erricson (12:33)
VAN Cain Franson (29) PP - B. Rouse (14:41)

Third Period:
PG Colin Jacobs (24) PP - Z. Pochiro, T. Bourke (0:34)
VAN Dalton Sward (8) - C. Franson (3:08)
VAN Jason Trott (2) - C. Franson, R. Kieser (8:10)

Goalies:
VAN Payton Lee 3 GA 26 SVS
PG Mac Engel 5 GA 26 SVS

Three Stars of the Game:
1. VAN 12 Cain Franson
2. PG 28 Colin Jacobs
3. VAN 39 Thomas Foster

In a greasy, hard-working game, the Giants come out on top again. Nearly all the goals on both sides came from tips and rebounds. Cain Franson led the way with 4 points (1G 3A), and continues upon his hot streak, scoring a wraparound goal. Jackson Houck scores again as he hopes to get drafted in this upcoming NHL entry draft. The Giants will have a 5-day break as they finish off their home season on Friday against Kelowna, then play them again on Saturday to wrap up the season.

Pacific Coliseum- Vancouver, BC
Attendance: 7561
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Posted 11 March 2013 - 09:51 PM

So now that the giants have mathematically finished last they have a great chance of picking first in the draft next year .. in the last ten games they started to show us how good this young team can be .. imagine how freakin good they are gonna be with what they already have , and all the picks they get this year .. we are gonna be the class of the whl again .. now that a rebuild.. take note gillis .. i hope when the canucks decide that its time for their rebuild they will look at the way the giants have gone about it .. go big or go home ..
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Posted 11 March 2013 - 10:05 PM

Seeing Gilbert Brule play as a Giant. Long time ago. Good times.
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Posted 15 March 2013 - 03:44 PM

The Giants finish off their home season tonight on Fan Appreciation night, and are expected 11 000-12 000 people! I think that really shows how great the Giants fan are when they're so low in the standings yet drawing this huge a crowd. Next couple years are gonna be great.
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Posted 15 March 2013 - 09:52 PM

Wow! 14,274 people showed up tonight! That's crazy for the last-place team in the WHL!
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Posted 15 March 2013 - 10:50 PM

that makes me proud of my city .. Not just canucks fans , but actual fans of the game .
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Posted 15 March 2013 - 11:34 PM

14,000+ show up to send off a last place team. That's a feel good story if I've ever heard one. Can't stand the Giants, because of all the times they would beat up on the Blazers, but it's a classy organization with the classiest of fans. Despite the last place finish, the team was impressive and always worked their arses off regardless of the score. The dark days won't last long, not with Bonner and Donny Hay at the helm.

Regardless, Go Blazers :bigblush:
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Posted 16 March 2013 - 12:50 AM

14,000+ show up to send off a last place team. That's a feel good story if I've ever heard one. Can't stand the Giants, because of all the times they would beat up on the Blazers, but it's a classy organization with the classiest of fans. Despite the last place finish, the team was impressive and always worked their arses off regardless of the score. The dark days won't last long, not with Bonner and Donny Hay at the helm.

Regardless, Go Blazers :bigblush:

Compliments are always welcome!

Game Recap

Final Score: VAN 2 --- KEL 6

Shots: 41-26 VAN

Goal Scoring:
First Period:
KEL Colton Sissons (28) - D. Severson (4:21)
VAN Travis McEvoy (8) PP - W. Vannieuwenhuizen, C. Popoff (6:50)
KEL Austin Glover (1) - (7:03)
KEL Tyson Baillie (25) - (8:16)

Second Period:
KEL Damon Severson (10) PP - R. Olsen, C. Sissons (1:01)
KEL Rourke Chartier (13) - C. Linaker, T. Baillie (1:29)
KEL Zach Franko (23) - (5:09)

Third Period:
VAN Carter Popoff (15) - T. McEvoy, T. Sieben (11:53)

Goalies:
VAN Payton Lee 6 GA, 14 SVS
VAN Jared Rathjen, 0 GA 6 SVS
KEL Jackson Whistle 2 GA 39 SVS

Three Stars of the Game:
1. VAN 5 Wes Vannieuwenhuizen
2. VAN 20 Jason Trott
3. VAN 21 Brendan Rouse

In the Giants final home game of the season, their 5-game home win streak finally ends. Classy move by the media or whoever chooses the three stars to choose the Giants' three overagers, especially captain Wes, playing his last game in the Coliseum. This was your standard BC division game, lots a penalties and some fights. Payton Lee was pulled but didn't have much chance on a lot of the goals, with sloppy defensive play from the Giants. They go at it again tomorrow with Kelowna and will finish off their season.

In othe Giants-related news, last years players Neil Manning and James Henry were name to the CIS all-rookie team. Congrats to the both of them!

Pacific Coliseum- Vancouver BC
Attendance: 14,274

Edited by mrsasaki, 16 March 2013 - 12:51 AM.

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 09:01 PM

Giants 2012-2013 Team Awards:
2011/2012 WHL Playoff MVP: Brendan Gallagher
Most Sportsmanlike Award: Cain Franson
Save on Foods Highschool Player: Carter Popoff
Milan Ilich Rookie of the Year: Payton Lee
Pat Quinn Top Defensive Player: Brett Kulak
PC Tiogo MVP: Jackson Houck
White Spot Humanitarian Award: Anthony Ast
Inspirational Player Award: Dalton Sward
Gordie Howe Top Scorer: Jackson Houck
Highest Plus/Minus Rating: Blake Orban
Most Improved Player: Jackson Houck
Unsung Hero: Cain Franson
Players Choice Award: Wes Vannieuwenhuizen
20 year olds: Wes Vannieuwenhuizen, Brendan Rouse, Jason Trott
Ironman Award: Brett Kulak
Post Secondary Academic Award: Wes Vannieuwenhuizen
Three Stars: Payton Lee, Jackson Houck, Cain Franson

Edited by mrsasaki, 16 March 2013 - 09:03 PM.

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Posted 16 March 2013 - 11:49 PM

Final Score: VAN 2 --- KEL 5

Shots: 36-31 KEL

Goal Scoring:
First Period:
KEL Jesse Lees (12) - D. McKinlay, T. Baillie (1:18)
VAN Dalton Sward (9) - (8:55)

Second Period:
VAN Jakob Stukel (2) - B. Kulak, B. Orban (0:47)
KEL Justin Kirkland (2) - C. Linaker, H. Nyberg (2:50)
KEL Myles Bell (38) - (13:51)

Third Period:
KEL Zach Franko (24) EN (?) - (0:44)
KEL Tyson Baillie (26) - D. McKinlay, M. Bell (7:04)

Goalies:
VAN Jared Rathjen 4 GA 31 SVS
KEL Jordan Cooke 2 GA 29 SVS

Three Stars of the Game:
1. KEL 29 Myles Bell
2. KEL 24 Tyson Baillie
3. KEL 19 Dylen McKinlay

The Giants final game of the season ends with yet another loss to Kelowna. I'm not sure why it says Kelowna got an empty-net goal less than a minute into the period, ill wait for highlights or find out why that happened. Not a lot to talk about this game, bunch of penalties but no actual fights, good ol Western Canadian hockey. But the future is definately looking bright for the Giants, with the first overall pick in this years draft, unless they somehow lose the lottery, and 8 picks in the first three rounds, and a pair of 15-year olds already on the team in Alec Baer and Jakob Stukel. It really is said to see Wes Vannieuwenhuizen play his last WHL game though, wish the best of luck to him in whatever he does now in life.

Prospera Place- Kelowna BC
Attendance: 5,521

Edited by mrsasaki, 16 March 2013 - 11:51 PM.

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Posted 18 March 2013 - 10:42 AM

Wes Vannieuwenhuizen will play the rest of the year with the Las Vegas Wranglers of the ECHL.

GM Scott Bonner says priorities this year are to find 3 good players so as to not finish so terribly again.

Those both from News 1130 Sports twitter account.

The WHL bantam draft lottery is Wednesday in Calgary, with the Giants having the best chance at the first overall pick at 57.14%

Tyler Benson, the expected first overall pick in this years draft, will not apply for exceptional status this upcoming year. Whichever team that drafts him may play him for 5 games though. Benson has 144 points in 32 bantam AAA games for the Southgate Lions.

EDIT--- draft is Wednesday

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 10:16 AM

The Regina Pats have won the WHL draft lottery, moving them from 4th to 2nd overall pick, meaning the Giants keep the 1st overall pick! Judging by Giants GM Scott Bonner's words, it is all but certain that they will draft Tyler Benson but will not have him play this season.

Draft Order:
1. Vancouver
2. Regina
3. Prince George
4. Brandon
5. Moose Jaw
6. Lethbridge

With the Giants far out of contention, who are you guys hoping for to win the WHL championship? Memorial cup? Personally I think Portland will win but Edmonton's got a good chance, and think the Hawks also have the memorial cup in the bag. Would love to see a Portland-Halifax final, would be great for both the CHL and NHL!

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Posted 20 March 2013 - 10:19 AM

The Regina Pats have won the WHL draft lottery, moving them from 4th to 2nd overall pick, meaning the Giants keep the 1st overall pick! Judging by Giants GM Scott Bonner's words, it is all but certain that they will draft Tyler Benson but will not have him play this season.

I posted this is general hockey cause I thought it was such big news .. I was so frickin pumped when i heard !! god the giants are gonna be fun to watch eh mrsasaki ?
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Posted 20 March 2013 - 10:20 AM

I posted this is general hockey cause I thought it was such big news .. I was so frickin pumped when i heard !! god the giants are gonna be fun to watch eh mrsasaki ?

Couple years they're gonna be unstoppable
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Posted 20 March 2013 - 10:32 AM

Couple years they're gonna be unstoppable

I think having a player like this adds so much to your brand , or lore ... I wouldnt have had a clue about certain junior teams if say , lindros , or crosby hadnt played for them ... it gives your local jr team a huge amount of cache !!!! yeeeeehaaaaaaa!!!!!!!
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Posted 20 March 2013 - 04:51 PM

The Calgary Flames have signed prospect Brett Kulak to an ATO and will assign him to Abbotsford.

Grats to Brett, hopefully he'll play in the show someday.
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Posted 21 March 2013 - 08:52 AM

Now it says Vannieuwenhuizen will not play in the ECHL and is focusing on school.
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Posted 27 March 2013 - 05:08 PM

Did anyone see that piece on tyler benson on tsn yesterday ??? holy crap !!!! the giants are gonna sell a lot of tickets !! We get to watch the birth of a superstar right in our backyard !!! yeeehaaaaa !!!
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Posted 02 May 2013 - 10:16 PM

The Giants have drafted Tyler Benson first overall! They traded up, trading the 41st and 44th overall picks for the 39th overall and a 2014 pick. I believe they drafted two BWC kids, nice to get some local kids.
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