Where there’s smoke, there are fires. Lots of them . . . Moulton back in WHL . . . Flynn’s next stop is in OHL


If you are wondering how things are going in Kamloops and area, well, the map pictured above is from Friday evening. Each of the golden triangles represents one fire . . . Yes, all those fires are generating a lot of smoke. No, we don’t have any windows open today. . . . Looking like we have more than a few long, hot, smoke-filled days ahead of us. . . . The bags are packed; we’re ready to go . . . if the situation calls for it.

The Brandon Wheat Kings have hired Chris Moulton as their director of player Moultonpersonnel. He will work alongside general manager Doug Gasper. . . . Moulton spent 14 seasons (2005-19) with the Spokane Chiefs, filling the roles of director of scouting, director of player personnel and assistant general manager at one time or another. . . . He also spent three seasons (2012-15) as an amateur scout with the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres. . . . Moulton also scouted for the Calgary Hitmen in the franchise’s early days. . . . Moulton left the Chiefs in July 2019 to join the Wasserman hockey division as Western Canada player recruitment and development advisor. Wasserman is a Los Angeles-based sports marketing and talent management company.

Brad Flynn, a former WHL assistant coach, has signed on as the associate coach Spiritwith the OHL’s Saginaw Spirit. Flynn, 26, spent the previous three seasons as an assistant coach with the WHL’s Red Deer Rebels. Prior to that he worked in the NAHL (Corpus Christi Ice Rays), QMJHL (Acadie-Bathurst Titan) and MJHL (Swan Valley Stampeders). . . . According to a Spirit news release: “Brad and his father, Danny, are the first ever father and son to coach in all three leagues of the Canadian Hockey League.” . . . Danny, a highly successful major junior coach, spent one season (2017-18) as an assistant coach with the Portland Winterhawks. He now scouts for the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets. . . . That news release is right here.

The junior B Westshore Wolves of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League Wolveshave been sold, with Shawn Vincent buying the franchise from a group headed by Ken Carson. . . . Vincent has hired Derek Sweet-Coulter as general manager and head coach. Sweet-Coulter, who is from Victoria, spent the previous two seasons as the GM and head coach of the BCHL’s Merritt Centennials. . . . Ian Birnie will be staying on as assistant GM and director of player development. He has been with the Wolves for three years.

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