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Pair from Dube dumps Blazers

  February 17, 2018 By Kevin Bain The Kelowna Rockets defeated the Kamloops Blazers 2-1 on Friday night in Kamloops. Dillon Dube(26) got the Rockets on the board first on the power play 4:15 into the opening frame. Montana Onyebuchi(4) evened things up just before the 7:00 mark and the game remained locked at 1-1 Read More »

PCAHA Peewee T1 – Playoff Update

    February 17, 2018 Here’s a quick look at the PCAHA Tier 1 Peewee playoffs so far. Round 1 is complete with all top seeds advancing with the exception of #7 Vancouver, and #8 Cloverdale.  Round 2 is just getting underway. Round 1: #1 BWC vs #16 Burnaby Minor, BWC 8-2 W, BWC advance Read More »

Ridge Meadows Seeking Executive Director

      February 7, 2018 Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey Association (RMMHA) is searching for an Executive Director to oversee the operations, administration, staffing and strategic direction of the association. The Executive Director will represent Ridge Meadows Hockey in the community and is the key liaison between the members, the Association, and the Board of Read More »

2 BCHL teams ranked in Top 20

    February 15, 2018 CALGARY, Alta. – It is status quo for the top four teams in the latest Canadian Junior Hockey League Top 20 rankings with the Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL), Okotoks Oilers (AJHL), Nipawin Hawks (SJHL) and Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) leading the way while the surging Spruce Grove Saints (AJHL) move to No. Read More »

New playoff format for BCHL

    As announced in the fall, the 2018 BC Ford Dealers Road to the Fred Page Cup BCHL playoffs will have a different look from last year. This season, there will be no byes and 16 teams will earn a spot in the postseason with two of those being wild-card berths. As of today, Read More »

BCMML Week 17 – Hawks back on top, four weeks to go

  February 13, 2018 The top two BCMML teams swapped places again this weekend after Week 18 wrapped up on Sunday. And it could happen again, as the regular season concludes over the coming four weekends. Here’s a recap of the weekend and a look ahead at the remaining schedules for the top teams. Scroll down for Read More »

Prairie Hockey Academy to join CSSHL

  February 8, 2018 The Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) announced last week that the Prairie Hockey Academy (PHA) has been approved by the Board of Governors as the CSSHL’s 20th member, and will begin play in the 2018-19 season. PHA, located in Caronport, Saskatchewan, began play as a sanctioned Hockey Canada Sport School, Read More »

Ridge Meadows Seeking Executive Director

      February 7, 2018 Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey Association (RMMHA) is searching for an Executive Director to oversee the operations, administration, staffing and strategic direction of the association. The Executive Director will represent Ridge Meadows Hockey in the community and is the key liaison between the members, the Association, and the Board of Read More »

Rockets make it 26 in a row vs Giants

    February 7, 2018 The Kelowna Rockets defeated the Vancouver Giants 4-1 on Wednesday night at Prospera Place, keeping the jinx alive, as they stretched their winning streak vs the G-men to 26 games. Rockets current points leader Kole Lind got things started when he danced around a Giants defender and snapped a shot Read More »

The remarkable success of BWC’s peewee program

    February 7, 2018 It might be a record. The perennially strong Burnaby Winter Club peewee minor hockey program is firing on all cylinders again this year, placing three teams in first place in the top three Tiers, and a fourth one, in second place in Tier 4. Season Recaps: BWC A1 – Ranked Read More »

Tips join Warriors and Broncos in CHL Top 10

  February 7, 2018 Toronto – The Canadian Hockey League today announced the week 20 edition of the CHL Top-10 Rankings for the 2017-18 season. The weekly rankings of the CHL’s Top-10 teams are selected by a panel of National Hockey League scouts. Moose Jaw #2 The Moose Jaw Warriors remained the second-best team in the Read More »

PCAHA Peewee Playoff Brackets 2017-2018

    February 7, 2018 As noted in a previous post, PCAHA teams are re-grouped after the 20 game PCAHA regular season, from seven Flights into four Tiers in order to comply with BC Hockey Provincial Playoff rules. The first round of playoffs is just getting underway, and will eventually narrow down to the Final Read More »

PCAHA Peewee Final Standings 2017-2018

  February 7, 2018 As playoffs get underway for the Pacific Coast Peewee teams, scroll down to see a summary of how the teams finished in the standings overall, in their individual Flights. To see how the teams are grouped for playoffs, click here. Playoff primer: For those not familiar with the “A” and “T” Read More »

Patrik Laine Loves Winnipeg – (and CoD)

  February 6, 2018 by Patrik Laine Other than destroying Nik Ehlers in Call of Duty, I think the best thing to happen to me last year was falling in love with Winnipeg. I mean, I heard some guys talking bad about the city and that Winnipeg was not a good place. What do they Read More »

Call for BCMML, Female Midget AAA and Zone Team Staff

  February 7, 2018 BC Hockey announced that team staff applications are currently being accepted for the 11 Major Midget League (MML) teams, five (5) Female Midget AAA (FMAAA) and eight (8) Okanagan-Mainline Amateur Hockey Association (OMAHA) Zone Program teams for the 2018-2019 season. The following positions are available: General Manager Head Coach Assistant Coach Read More »

BCHL’s Grisdale hangin’ em up

  February 6, 2018 After 15 years on the job, this will be the final season for John Grisdale as commissioner of the BCHL. Grisdale is the first person to have taken on the title of commissioner and he has held the league’s top job longer than any person in league history. He succeeded Ron Boileau, who was league president, Read More »

BCMML Week 17 – Cougars climb back into #1

  February 6, 2018 After Week 17 in BC Major Midget League, the #1 Cariboo Cougars have edged past the idle #2 Valley West Hawks on a win and a tie vs GVC. The three point weekend gives the Cougars a two point lead on the Hawks, but the Hawks now hold two games in hand. The Cougars Read More »

Hockey rivals meet in inaugural “Iron Bowl” in Burnaby

February 6, 2018 A classic show down is in the works for Valentine’s Day, in a rare mid-season match up between two of the top midget teams in Western Canada. What’s more is that the two teams normally would never meet each other  – the BWC Midget Prep team plays in the Canadian Sports School Read More »

BWC E15s – Top team in BC

  February 6, 2017 After a 6-4 start to their season in September-October, the BWC E15s have scrapped their way up, and are now the top BC team in the CSSHL Elite 15 division, in second place overall. Lead by first year coach, Josh Bonar, who joined the team after three years as assistant coach Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – BWC clinch first place

  February 6, 2018 (updated) BWC now ahead by 10 – lock up first place finish League leading BWC Midget Prep added another six points to their total over the weekend, as the team faced off against three teams from bottom third of the standings at a Showcase in Delta, finishing with a 34-4 collective Read More »

BCHL races: Spruce Kings and Vees make gains

  February 4, 2018 There are just eight or nine games left in the regular season for BCHL teams – and there have been some notable changes in the lay of the land from two weeks ago, particularly in the Mainland and Interior divisions. Mainland – Spruce Kings jump up Two weeks ago in the Read More »

WHL Standings, Scoring Leaders and Top Goalies

    February 4, 2018 Things are certainly looking interesting in the WHL standings these days, as the league enters the final 20 game stretch of the 72 game regular season. Western Conference The Kelowna Rockets and Victoria Royals are tied on top of the BC division, with 68 points, however the Rockets have two Read More »

WHL Weekend – Four hat tricks highlight Saturday games

  Medicine Hat Tigers (4) at Vancouver Giants (5) Medicine Hat (26-22-7-0) // Vancouver (28-16-5-3) The Vancouver Giants closed out an eight-game home stand with a 5-4 victory over the Medicine Hat Tigers Saturday, winning a back-and-forth battle with a late third period goal from Alex Kannok Leipert. Ty Ronning (New York Rangers) and Dawson Holt each had a Read More »

BWC Peewees Gearing up for Quebec Tourney

  February 4, 2018 This will be the eighth trip to Quebec City for BWC Peewee A1 Head Coach Bill Hunt, who is heading up this year’s crop of BWC peewees contending for the unofficial Peewee World Championship title at the 59th Annual Quebec International Peewee Tournament, which gets underway February 7, and runs through the Read More »

CHL Prospects Game – Takeaways from Guelph

January 30, 2018 The 2018 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game saw some of the best draft eligible prospects from coast-to-coast display their speed, vision and creativity in Guelph last week. Team Cherry claimed victory for the second straight year, defeating Team Orr 7-4 before a capacity crowd in Guelph. If you like goals, you enjoyed this Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – BWC now 27-1-1, 8 points up on #2 Delta

  January 29, 2018 Here’s how things are looking at the top of the Midget Prep division of Canadian Sports School Hockey League, as teams enter the final few weeks of an expanded 36 game regular season schedule.     #1 BWC, 27-1-1 OTL – 8 points up on Delta After running almost neck in Read More »

PK: What the (Blank)?: NHL All-Star Edition

  January 24, 2018 by PK Subban Courtesy, The Players Tribune Just like on the first day of elementary school, we ask athletes to answer a few questions about themselves so you can get to know them better. In this All-Star Edition of What the (Blank)?, we put P.K. Subban to the test.   Off the Read More »