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Final PCAHA Midget Standings: by Tier & Flight

  Here’s a breakdown of the regular season records for all the PCAHA Midget teams, reformatted to show relative standings by Tier (rather than Flight) – which are used to determine playoff match ups. BC Hockey provincial playoffs are contested in four Tiers, with a team’s Tier determined primarily by association size (Winter Clubs excepted). So a Read More »

PCAHA Midget mid-season – Flight 1 & 2 Rankings

  December 19, 2015 Here’s an overview of how things are looking around the midway point of the regular season in the top two PCAHA midget Flights, based on HH rankings methodology, rather than on PCAHA standings alone. In Hockey Hub rankings, PCAHA’s sportsmanship points are not factored and Winning Percentage rather than points (i.e. removing games played as a Read More »

PCAHA Midget – Storm, Sno-Kings, Chiefs, Surrey lead Flights

  December 12, 2015 Here’s an overview of how things are shaping up around the midway point of the regular season for the five PCAHA midget leagues. Flight 1 – North Vancouver Continue to Lead North Vancouver Storm hold a three point lead on Coquitlam, thanks mainly to a two point advantage in sportsmanship points. Read More »

PCAHA Presidents Series – Midget Flights 1- 5

  The PCAHA Championship Series understandably get most of the attention in the post season, but with a number of upsets in the single game elimination Round 1 playoff format, plenty of teams look to the consolation round, President Series as an opportunity to refocus and finish the season on a positive note. Here are the Read More »

PCAHA Midget Teams, HH rankings, midway

December 17, 2014 PCAHA MIDGET RANKINGS – MID-SEASON With most of the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Assocation midget teams having played ten regular season league games, clear patterns have been established in all five Flights, at the mid-way point of the regular season. Hockey Hub has looked at the league standings so far and regrouped the Read More »

NW Giants edge closer to final roster

  September 5, 2014 The 2014-2015 NW Giants are closing in on final roster make up, with a key weekend of exhibition games next on the agenda. The team will play a mini-tournamet in the Fraser Valley weekend and make up finals roster decision on Tuesday, September 9. The team will then play a U16 Read More »

PCAHA Midget Rep Playoffs – 4 pt Series Update

Feb 19, 62014 The four point series of PCAHA Midget playoffs are underway. Tier 1 Midget    Five top seeds advanced through Round 2. Hollyburn (13) upset Ridge Meadows (4), 3-0 in last game of series. Face #1 ranked NSWC. NSWC wins first game 3-2. game two at Hollyburn Feb 21. Two other lower seeds Read More »

PCAHA Midget Rep Playoffs Update, HB A1 bump RM

Feb 13, 2014 The four point series of PCAHA Midget playoffs are underway, or almost underway. Here are playoff results to end of play Feb 13 for all four Tiers. Tier 1 Midget  – First Round Top 16 receive a bye. Teams 17-20 play off in a one game elimination round. BWC A1 (15) and Read More »

PCAHA Midget Rep Playoffs, Third Rounds Almost Set

Feb 11, 2014 The PCAHA Midget playoffs are underway. Here are results to end of play Feb 11 for all four Tiers. Tier 1 Midget  – First Round Top 16 receive a bye. Teams 17-20 play off in a one game elimination round. BWC A1 (15) and Van TBirds A1 (17) advance. Series Tier 1 Read More »

PCAHA Banner Winners

Feb 4. 2014 Here are the regular season banner winners along with the second and third place seeds in each PCAHA division this year.   Midget A1: Tier 1 Teams GP W L T Spts Pts GF GA PIM NSWC Midget A1-T1 18 13 3 2 12 40 52 27 286 Coquitlam Midget A1-T1 18 Read More »

PCAHA Midget A rankings, final standings

Feb 2, 2014   Here’s how teams finished (unofficial) after 18 regular season games of league play in the midget brackets of PCAHA hockey for the 2013-2014 season. Chart shows teams re-grouped into BC Hockey Tiers, first column shows number of teams in tier, with overall league rank, PCAHA Flight, and rank within their regular Read More »

PCAHA Midget A rankings, final weekend

Jan 30, 2014   Here’s how teams are placed for PCAHA Midget A playoffs going into the final weekend of regular season action. Standings will change once final games are played over the weekend. Chart shows teams regrouped into BC Hockey Tiers, along with overall league rank, PCAHA flight, and rank within regular season Flight. Read More »

Major Midget Points Leaders – Top 80

  # Name Team Pos GP G A Pts PIM 1 14 Kerfoot, Colton Vancouver NW Giants F 28 23 31 54 20 2 9 Jost, Tyson Okanagan Rockets F 24 23 29 52 47 3 9 Szeto, Justin Vancouver NW Giants F 28 20 30 50 16 4 20 Bradley, Matt Valley West Hawks Read More »

NW Giants kick off tryout camps, rosters

The 2013-2014 minor hockey season officially kicked off yesterday as the BC Major Midget League teams opened their evaluation camps. The North West Giants, a team drawn from players from the New Westminster, Burnaby Minor, BWC, North Vancouver, NSWC, West Vancouver, Hollyburn, Squamish, Sunshine Coast and Whistler minor hockey associations, are a perennial powerhouse in Read More »

NW Giants Evaluation Camp Schedule, Coach Update

This year’s North West Giants Major Midget tryout camp will take place at Burnaby Winter Club from August 9th to August 11th. Players will be divided into four teams and play in four scrimmage games. Each team will consist of approximately 20 players and 3 goalies. The first games will be played starting at 6:30 Read More »

NW Giants Edge Okanagan Rockets for BC MM Banner

Monday, March 25, 2013, Burnaby Winter Club It couldn’t have been any closer. Or more heartbreaking for the visiting Okanagan Rockets. In the end it was the Vancouver North West Giants prevailing on a lone game three power play deflection by Anthony Conti to capture their fifth consecutive BC Major Midget League Championship. The series Read More »

PCAHA Games of Note

We bring to you the most important games coming up in the PCAHA over the next few weeks. As we sprint towards the finish, these games will determine if #1 seeds can hang on to top spot or if hungry teams in second, third or fourth place can make a late season push en route Read More »