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Prince George Cougars’ Teddy and Toque Toss game happening Dec. 17

Prince George Cougars’ Teddy and Toque Toss game happening Dec. 17

Fans are encouraged to bring stuffed toys and warm winter clothing items to be donated to the Salvation Army.
Cougars trade for defenceman

Cougars trade for defenceman

Ross Stanley will wear number 5 and join the Cougars on their current road trip, which continues tonight in Kennewick, WA, when they face off against the Tri-City Americans.
Spruce Kings ‘Drop The Gloves And Sock It To Them’ game goes Friday

Spruce Kings ‘Drop The Gloves And Sock It To Them’ game goes Friday

All donations will go to support St. Vincent de Paul.
Cougars fall to Everett

Cougars fall to Everett

The Silvertips outshot the Cougars 50-31.
Cougars get back in the saddle with road win over Vancouver Giants

Cougars get back in the saddle with road win over Vancouver Giants

Cats' six-game WHL roadtrip continues Tuesday in Everett
Cranbrook Bucks complete weekend sweep, dump Spruce Kings 4-1

Cranbrook Bucks complete weekend sweep, dump Spruce Kings 4-1

Next up for Prince George is trip to West Kelowna
Cranbrook Bucks leapfrog Spruce Kings

Cranbrook Bucks leapfrog Spruce Kings

Goals came in odd ways Friday night at Kopar Memorial Arena as the Cranbrook Bucks defeated the Prince George Spruce Kings 3-2. The Bucks leapt ahead of the Spruce Kings in the B.C.
Bedard bedazzles Cougars, scores twice in 5-1 victory

Bedard bedazzles Cougars, scores twice in 5-1 victory

Regina Pats 17-year-old superstar draws sellout crowd of 6,027, largest in Prince George hockey history
Hockey phenom Connor Bedard has family ties in Prince George

Hockey phenom Connor Bedard has family ties in Prince George

Doug Engstrom and family will be sitting low behind the net at sold-out Cougars game tonight to cheer Regina Pats superstar
Pair of Spruce Kings accept NCAA hockey scholarships

Pair of Spruce Kings accept NCAA hockey scholarships

Luca Primerano and Ty Gagno will be playing south of the border in the next step of their hockey careers.
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