Monday, March 4, 2024
Everett seems destined for the No. 3 seed, but its opponent in the first round remains a mystery.
Everett clinched a WHL postseason berth during a 2-1-1 week, which included a split with top contender Portland.
Everett, traditionally known for its defense, is on track to set a franchise mark and contend for 300 total goals.
Plus, an Everett Silvertips player earns rookie of the month honors, and two Everett flag football teams compete during NFL Pro Bowl weekend.
Everett managed to rebound from consecutive losses and win the final game of a five-in-six gauntlet.
It took a heroic effort in net for Seattle to upend Everett’s sizzling run.
Also, an Edmonds-Woodway High School alum signs an NFL futures deal, former area stars shine on the hardwood and the Silvertips ink a prospect.
Everett’s recent run of success has the team looking like its ready to contend atop the Western Conference.
NHL Central Scouting lists four Everett players in its midterm rankings for the 2024 NHL draft.
Everett, which is tied for third in the Western Conference, decided not to make any additional moves Wednesday.
Everett enters Wednesday’s 2 p.m. deadline coming off a strong showing during a tough 3-in-3 weekend.
Everett shows it may be a buyer as the WHL trade deadline nears. Ty Gibson and a draft pick head to the Pats.
Looking back at year that saw football at the center of Snohomish County’s attention.
Everett’s ability to contend seemed implausible entering the season, but now there’s plenty of reasons for the team to make a splash.
Plus, a Silvertips center receives an invite to a prospects game, and the Edmonds College men’s hoops team surges up the NWAC rankings.
An impressive, short-handed victory over WHL-leading Prince George highlighted a 2-1 week.
Plus, Monroe High School alum earns All-American honors, Jackson grad receives NWAC award and the Silvertips add up a forward.
Everett notched a thrilling 8-7 victory over Vancouver on Saturday, but it came at the expense of center Austin Roest.
Everett played a pair of tight games against the WHL’s top team, despite missing some key pieces.
Everett sees its top defenseman return, trades for a forward and beats all three of its opponents, including Portland.