A Tradition of Athletic Excellence. Monday, October 15, I have enjoyed this season as the team was so awesome and fought so hard.
Back when the team was in the Northern Pacific Hockey League, Collins won coach of the year in and the team won back to back Cascade Cups in and Collins knows this success will translate into the WSHL.
This year, the Blazers have a slew of key players returning with more experience under their belts. Dane Halstead, Tommy Steven and Jamahl Eakett are just a few of the returning players Collins believes will make an impact on the team this upcoming season.
Defenseman Gustuf Kumpala has joined the team all the way from Trollhattan, Sweden, and possesses both defensive and offensive prowess. Because players on the Blazers range between the ages of 16 to 20 years old, players coming from far away depend on host families to sponsor them for the season. John Ayre, president of the Blazers, says community outreach is a big reason why the Blazers are able to function. It allows these kids to participate in such a great opportunity.
These host families are known in the junior hockey world as billet families. Billet families provide food and a place to sleep for the athletes. They also travel to the games to root on their host players throughout the season. Ayre says the Blazers like to show their appreciation for the billet families every year by hosting a game in their honor. At the end of the special event, the billet families pose with the entire team for a group photo.
Monday, October 15, Yoga, Stretching and Rest. A Tradition of Athletic Excellence. The Blazers continued the pressure as they scored three more times in the 3rd period in route to a victory over the West Sound Admirals tonight! Blazers goalie Avery Heath put together a 27 save night as well. Bellingham takes a lead into the 3rd period. The Blazers also had five assists with the four goals. Riley Smith notches his first goal UA of the season as the Blazers take a lead into the first intermission.
Doors open at 7: Join us and donate today and help all of us reach our goal realmenwearpinkday. The Blazers fell in Seattle last night. Goals came from Tommy Steven and Christoffer Fogelberg as he scored his first goal as a Blazers player.
The Blazers enter week two of the season w a record as they play a home at home series w West Sound. Blazers score two more in the 3rd on their way to an victory over the Seattle Totems. The Blazers also tallied 11 assists on the night by nine different players. Blazers goalie Kolter Pawlick finished with 40 save as well!
The Blazers travel to Seattle for game two of the home at home series tomorrow. Blazers battle and score two goals in the 2nd period and take a into the 3rd period.
Second period goals came from Robbie Eichelberger and Kevin Kubanek. Blazers start the season with four goals in the 1st period! Head down to the Bellingham Sportsplex tonight and cheer on your Bellingham Blazers. Puck drops a 7: Watch the boys play a team game or two and then join in with the players for a paintball war! Must be checked in by 1: Sections of this page. Email or Phone Password Forgot account?
Click the box above. Then copy the link. Paste the link into your calendar software to subscribe. If you have questions on how to subscribe to your calendar software click here (opens in new window). Hosting a player is a great opportunity to interact with the Blazers and show our players some true Bellingham, Washington hospitality! For more information visit our Housing link here. For more information please contact our housing coordinator for more information. Contact Charleen Wallace x or e-mail. Bellingham Blazers, Bellingham, WA. 2, likes · 82 talking about this · were here. Bellingham Blazers Junior A Hockey Club - WSHL.