Bellingham Blazers News

by Blazers Staff

welcome to bellingham, artur motskevitsus

Artur comes to Bellingham from Estonia and most recently finished the 18/19 season with HC Vipers U18 team where he amassed 31g/21a/52pts in just 25 games! 

Coach Walker is excited to have Artur's offensive skill set on the team next season as well. 

"Having Artur will be a big boost to our offensive side of the game" said Walker

Blazers sign tyson rowe

The 18-year-old comes to the Blazers from the Sherwood Park Oilers (Midget-AA) where he scored 6G-8A-14Pts. After 23 games he got the nod to play for the Sherwood Park Kings (Midget AAA). Now a Blazer, Rowe will look to bolster the Blazer's offensive department. 

ryan goulden re-ups for 19-20

Goulden, who joined the team last December, playing both defense and forward, put up 7G-19A-26PTS in 26 games. Goulden is ready to get back to Bellingham and focus on the upcoming season. 

"I'm super excited to be returning to Bellingham," Goulden said. "I look forward to taking a leadership role this season and help the team to get back to Thorne Cup next April."

Coach Walker is ready as well, "having Ryan return for the next season will help strengthen our roster both offensively and defensively," Coach Walker said.  

Macdonald inks for third year

Left shooting defenseman, John Macdonald, will patrol the blue line for a third season. In his first season, Macdonald had 19 assists. He increased his totals last season to one goal, 27 assists and 28 points. Macdonald has nine multi-point games in his WSHL career.   

Brayden harper re-signs for the blazers 

Brayden Harper will come back for his second season in the WSHL. The Edmonton native played in 41 games, in his first campaign for Bellingham, scoring six goals and nine assists for a total of 15 points. Harper's first career goal was against the West Sound Admirals on Dec. 7, 2018. He found goals versus the Seattle Totems and Long Beach Bombers as well.  

Kolter pawlick in net for 19-20 season

The Bellingham Blazers have been active in signing new players and ensuring key returners. Of those returning is Kolter Pawlick who looks to get his third season as a Blazer started. Pawlick finished last season with a 2.83 GAA and .914 SV% in 21 games (37 dressed). His record was 14-5-2 (W-L-OTL) and made a total of three shutouts. 

Jamahl eakett returns for the blazers

The Bellingham Blazers are excited to announce the first signing of the 2019-2020 season, and what better way to kick things off than one of the leagues top scorers - Jamahl Eakett!

"We extremely happy to have Jamahl return for his fourth season with us" Head Coach Geoff Walker says. "He's a great person with amazing talent. We're all looking forward to seeing him and his leadership next season" Walker added.

Eakett finished the 2018-19 campaign with an impressive 50g/64a/114pts putting him fifth in scoring in the league.

"I'm excited to come back to Bellingham next season" said Eakett. He also added, I'm also excited to see what next year holds after such a great year last year and returning to the Thorne Cup again"

Welcome back Jamahl!