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Tychonick leads Vees with 4 point game

  January 18, 2018 Jonny Tychonick had a big night as the Penticton Vees defeated the Prince George Spruce Kings 4-1 in a home game at Rolling Mix Concrete Arena in Penticton, Thursday. The Vees defencemen assisted on the first three goals and scored the last one, for a four point night. The Penticton Vees Read More »

10 BCHLers head to CJHL Showcase

  January 18, 2018 The annual CJHL Prospects Game is less than a week away and as usual, there will be a ton of BCHL talent taking part. The 2018 game will be played in Mississagua, Ont. at Port Credit Memorial Arena, home of the Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Mississauga Chargers. In all, 10 BCHL Read More »

BCHL races: Vipers on top, but it’s tight

  January 18, 2018 The BCHL is nearing the three-quarters mark of its 58 game regular season schedule, with tight races for first place in all three league conferences. The Vernon Vipers of the Interior division are in the best shape, holding five point lead on #2 Wenatchee, while the Penticton Vees and Trail Smoke Read More »

PJHL – Delta dominating west, RM leading east

  January 18, 2018 Here’s a quick look at the current standings in the Pacific Junior Hockey League, the Lower Mainland based Junior B league that comprises 11 teams, along with an overview of the scoring leaders and top goaltenders. The league is divided into two conferences, the six team Harold Brittain Conference, and the Read More »

BCMML Week 14 – VW battle Cougars, move up 2 pts

  January 15, 2017 Week 14 of BC Major Midget League wrapped up Sunday, after a weekend showcase at the Capital Centre in Kelowna that featured a full slate of BCMML action. At the end of the weekend, the Valley West Hawks had increased their lead in first place by two points over Cariboo; and the Read More »

BCHL Trades – Recent moves

    January 15, 2018 Here’s a recap recent moves in the BCHL prior to trade deadline last week. 10-Jan-18 The Surrey Eagles have transferred the CJHL playing rights to Dominic Dumas(99)(F) and future considerations to the Georgetown Raiders of the OJHL in exchange for the CJHL playing rights to Mario Cavaliere(97)(G) 10-Jan-18 The Surrey Read More »

Delta Academy Midget Prep Winter Classic underway

  January 12, 2018 Day 1 of the Delta Wild Winter Classic is complete, with four games played Thursday evening. Delta Hockey Academy are hosting an eight team tournament featuring six teams from the CSSHL Midget Prep league, and two American 18U teams, the Arizona Bobcats and the Everett Junior Silvertips, of the NAPHL. The games Read More »

BWC Team Reports – Good shape for second half

      January 8, 2018 Here’s a look at where things stand for Burnaby Winter Club teams as the second half of the 2017-2018 gets underway.         CSSHL Teams Background – League expansion This year BWC moved its top Bantam program into the burgeoning Canadian Sports School Hockey League, competing in Read More »

WJC Wrap – Team Canada Scoring Stats

  January 7, 2018 This year’s Canada Team at the World Juniors has been characterized as a team with a lot of depth, vs a team with a lot of individual firepower. As with any Canadian team at this Championship, game roles meted out can be considered somewhat arbitrary, with the coaches in the unenviable Read More »

BCHL update – Vipes jump into lead – Standings, Leaders

  January 7, 2018 As the second half of the BCHL regular season gets underway, the Vernon Vipers stand alone at the top of the standings with 59 points in 41 games, and a six point lead on second place Wenatchee Wild. Both teams play in the Interior Division. Two other teams in the division Read More »

WJC – Canada wins Gold in thriller

  January 5, 2017 by Andrew Podnieks Tyler Steenbergen scored the biggest goal of his life, with just 1:40 left in regulation, to break a 1-1 deadlock with Sweden and set up a 3-1 empty netter for Team Canada Gold. Steenbergen had played just 3:17 through two periods, 37 seconds in the first, had but Read More »

WHL Standings – Tight, tight, tight

  January 7, 2017 As the second half of the WHL regular season gets underway, things couldn’t be much tighter at the top of the Western Conference standings. The Kelowna Rockets and Vancouver Giants are now tied at 51 points in first place, though the Rockets have three games in hand. A point back, the Read More »

WHL Round Up – Jan. 6 games

    January 7, 2018 by Robert Murray     Vancouver Giants (5) at Medicine Hat Tigers (3) Vancouver (23-14-3-2) // Medicine Hat (22-16-3-0) Dawson Holt scored twice while Brad Morrison and Brayden Watts each recorded a goal and an assist as the Vancouver Giants swept their three-game road trip through Alberta Saturday with a 5-3 victory Read More »

CHL supports Juniors in Olympics play

    January 5, 2018 by Ken Campbell, The Hockey News CHL president David Branch said Hockey Canada will get the full support from the major junior circuit, and that could mean a few World Junior Championship standouts find themselves on the Olympic roster in Pyeongchang.   BUFFALO – Although no official announcement has been Read More »

Russia shocks U18 Women

  January 6, 2018 by Andy Potts A big crowd in Dmitrov inspired Russia to its first ever victory over Canada in Women’s U18 World Championship play. What difference does home ice advantage make? For Russia at the start of the 2018 Women’s World U18 Championship, the boost from playing in Dmitrov was huge. Prior Read More »

BWC Prep and E15 tour Wisco

  Although it’s slowly changing, the US College experience is still largely an unknown to most young Canadian athletes. Sure, spill-over media coverage of the big College bowl games, with huge stadiums filled to the brim, full fields of marching bands, parades, cheerleaders and crowds of mad cap fans, give some idea of what its Read More »

Midget Rankings – CSSHL-BCMML

CSSHL-BCMML, PCAHA MIDGET RANKINGS January 1, 2018 CSSHL-BCMML Hockey Hub BC Midget AAA Rankings presented here rank CSSHL Midget Prep and BCMML teams together, based solely on winning percentage in regular season league play, at January 1, 2018. As no interlocking tournament play is scheduled this year, no attempt has been made to rank on Read More »

WHL Round Up

  January 1, 2018 by Robert Murray Prince George Cougars (3) at Vancouver Giants (4) — OT Prince George (14-18-4-2) // Vancouver (20-14-3-2) James Malm’s seventh game-winning goal of the season helped the Vancouver Giants become the third team in the B.C. Division to 20 victories Monday, exacting some revenge against the Prince George Cougars at the Langley Events Centre. Read More »

World Juniors QF Preview

  January 1, 2018 By Alec Gearty Here’s an overview of the quarterfinal World Junior games set for Tuesday, January 2. All times EASTERN.   Finland vs. Czech Republic Noon at KeyBank Center Finland wasn’t able to grasp a higher seed in its group so they’ll have to face the Czech Republic in the first Read More »

BCMML at Macs – T-Birds eliminated by eventual winners

  January 1, 2018 The Fraser Valley Thunderbirds were BC’s last hope for BCMML glory at this year’s Mac’s AAA Midget Hockey Tournament in Calgary, when they faced off against the Regina Pat Canadians at noon Sunday. All four of the other BC hopefuls had already been eliminated, including the two top teams in the league, Read More »

Pat Quinn Classic – Bantam Elite Final Results

    December 31, 2017 The Pat Quinn Classic tournament wrapped up Saturday, with BWC Bantam Prep downing Yale Academy 2-1 in OT for the Bantam Elite Championship title. Pacific Coast Hockey Academy won the Bronze with a 4-2 win over Delta Hockey Academy White. Individual Bantam Elite division awards were presented to: MVP – Read More »

BWC win Pat Quinn Classic Bantam Elite title

    December 31, 2017 BANTAM ELITE: The top flight of the Pat Quinn Classic wrapped up Saturday at Bill Copeland Arena with the Burnaby Winter Club Bantam Prep winning the Bantam Elite Championship over Yale Academy in a 2-1 OT thriller. The game featured the top offensive team in the tournament – Yale – Read More »

Pat Quinn – Peewee Elite – Final tournament results

  December 31, 2017 PAT QUINN CLASSIC – 2017 PEEWEE ELITE Here’s a quick overview of the Peewee Elite division results, by team. Scroll down for round robin standings. The two top seeded teams ended up meeting in the final, with #1 Division A, BWC edging #1 Division B, NSWC, 3-2 in the championship game. Read More »

BWC win Pat Quinn Classic Peewee Championship

  December 31, 2017 PAT QUINN CLASSIC – BWC 2017 PEEWEE ELITE CHAMPIONS It was classic battle of the Winter Clubs for Peewee Elite supremacy Saturday morning at Bill Copeland Arena in Burnaby to wrap up the competition in this year’s edition of the Pat Quinn Classic. After finishing first in their respective pools, to Read More »

Pat Quinn – Bantam Elite Semis set, Yale-Delta W and BWC-PCHA

  December 29, 2017 BANTAM ELITE: Round Robin Wrap: In Thursday’s action in the Bantam Elite Division, Yale Hockey Academy completed the Pool Play round undefeated with four wins and eight points. Burnaby Winter Club Academy Prep and Delta Green posted three wins and one tie for seven points. St. George’s Varsity 1 and Pacific Read More »

Pat Quinn – Bantam AAA – Day Two Wrap – Cali and Seattle on top

  December 29, 2017 BANTAM AAA: In the Bantam AAA Division, California Golden Bears and Seattle Junior Admirals wrapped up the Pool Play round with four straight wins and eight points. Langley Eagles, Alaska North Stars, Nanaimo Clippers and Central Okanagan Rockets finished 3-1-0, with six points each. Burnaby Bulldogs finished 2-1-1, alone with 5 Read More »

Pat Quinn – Peewee Elite – NSWC vs BWC in Championship

  December 29, 2017 PAT QUINN CLASSIC – 2017 PEEWEE ELITE It will be a battle of the Winter Clubs for Peewee Elite supremacy Saturday morning at Bill Copeland to wrap up the competition in this year’s edition of the Pat Quinn Classic. After finishing first in their respective pools, to earn a bye to Read More »