Trevor Redden

The top three selections of the 2017 bantam draft Ozzy Wiesblatt (second to left, right to left), Kaiden Guhle and Cohner Saleski with Raiders director of player personnel Ron Gunville (left) and general manager Curtis Hunt.
The top three selections of the 2017 bantam draft Ozzy Wiesblatt (second to left, right to left), Kaiden Guhle and Cohner Saleski with Raiders director of player personnel Ron Gunville (left) and general manager Curtis Hunt. File photo/paNOW Staff

Raiders in strong position for Thursday's draft

By Trevor Redden
May 2, 2018 - 12:00pm

For the second straight year, the Prince Albert Raiders will have a top-three selection in the WHL Bantam Draft.

After stealing home ice advantage from the Warriors over the weekend, the Prince Albert Raiders will be looking to feed off the fan support this week in games three and four.
After stealing home ice advantage from the Warriors over the weekend, the Prince Albert Raiders will be looking to feed off the fan support this week in games three and four. Jeff D'Andrea/paNOW Staff

Raiders ready for rowdy rink

By Trevor Redden
March 27, 2018 - 10:00am

After a weekend split in Moose Jaw Friday and Saturday, the Prince Albert Raiders are looking forward to home ice advantage as the series shifts back to the Art Hauser Centre on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The Warriors answered Prince Albert's two-goal comeback with the overtime winner in game two, sending the series back to Prince Albert tied 1-1.
The Warriors answered Prince Albert's two-goal comeback with the overtime winner in game two, sending the series back to Prince Albert tied 1-1. File photo/paNOW Staff

Almeida levels series for Warriors with OT winner

By Trevor Redden
March 24, 2018 - 11:44pm

The Prince Albert Raiders were one goal away from coming home with a 2-0 series lead, but Justin Almeida found the overtime winner for the Moose Jaw Warriors to pull the series even at 1-1 through two games.

After missing out on the postseason a year ago, the Raiders are back at the dance, led by a trio of 20-year-old forwards that hope to keep their junior hockey careers going as long as possible.
After missing out on the postseason a year ago, the Raiders are back at the dance, led by a trio of 20-year-old forwards that hope to keep their junior hockey careers going as long as possible. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Redden on the Raiders: 20-year-olds savour second season

By Trevor Redden
March 23, 2018 - 12:00pm

It’s one last kick at the can for over-age forwards Curtis Miske, Jordy Stallard, and Regan Nagy as the Raiders enter the 2018 WHL playoffs.

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