The Winterhawks continue their pursuit of a league-record fifth consecutive Western Conference Championship
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$14 for one G-Pass ticket to a Portland Winterhawks hockey game ($26 value)
Past the season’s halfway point, the Winterhawks are circling in on a shot at a WHL-record fifth-consecutive conference title. Though they find themselves in the middle of a tight divisional race, they have stormed into 2015 with an apparent New Year’s resolution not to allow any goals. The Hawks began the calendar year with back-to-back shutout victories, earning goalie Adin Hill a nomination for the CHL’s Goaltender of the Week and his net a nomination for Laziest Net. Following those performances, Hill boasts a league-best .934 save percentage, an asset that will serve him well in these February tilts against Tri-City and Calgary.
The Winterhawks have a winning legacy, claiming 12 Western Conference championships since 1976 as well as three league titles, in ‘83, ‘98, and ‘13. That first Memorial Cup win made the ‘Hawks the first American team to take home the CHL’s greatest honor, leading to one of the most rapturous customs paperwork signings in history.