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PQ Peewee AAA Elite Final Set – BWC A1 vs Glenlake Hawks

  December 31, 2019 It will be BWC A1 vs Calgary’s Glenlake Hawks A1 in the Peewee Elite final at this year’s Pat Quinn Classic. The two teams will meet at 3:15 this afternoon at the Bill Copeland Arena in Burnaby. In the Bronze, Semiahmoo A1 will meet Kelowna Jr. Rockets, at Burnaby Lake Arena, Read More »

Cariboo 2-0 lead Bantam Elite at Pat Quinn

  December 29, 2019 Here’s how things are shaping up early on in the Bantam Elite AAA bracket at the 5th Annual Pat Quinn Classic, being played in Burnaby over the holidays. So far, the bracket is proving to be very competitive, with lots of ties, and many games decided by a single goal. Cariboo Read More »

Four peewee teams open with 2-0 at Pat Quinn

  December 29, 2019 Here’s a quick look at the early standings in the Peewee AAA bracket at the 5th Annual Pat Quinn Classic, being played in Burnaby over the holidays. The tournament opened yesterday and will wrap up on New Year’s Eve. In a classic matchup of long time rivals, BWC A1 opened with Read More »

Jersey Day – April 12, 2018

  April 12, 2018 CBC News, with files from Canadian Press From celebrities to premiers to hockey moms in B.C., Canadians wore hockey jerseys on Thursday in a show of solidarity with the victims and survivors of a Saskatchewan bus crash that killed 16 people. Jersey Day, as it has been dubbed, was organized by 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 »

Matilla advocacy earns Top 40 under 40 nomination

  Originally published December 27, 2017 by Steve MacNaull, The Daily Courier Myles Mattila didn’t have to choose between higher education and high-calibre hockey. “I knew I wanted to get a business degree, but I still wanted to play at the highest level of hockey I could,” said the 18-year-old. “I’m lucky I’m able to 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 – 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 »

Pat Quinn Classic Burnaby peewee-bantam tourney expanding

  October 31, 2017 Burnaby, B.C. – Almost 40 minor hockey teams from across North America are coming to Burnaby in December to compete in the third annual Pat Quinn Classic.   The 2017 tournament, December 27-30, features 38 teams in three divisions – Peewee AAA Elite, Bantam AAA, and Bantam AAA Elite. Teams from as Read More »

CSSHL – Some separation starting – still lots of tight races

  October 24, 2017 Here’s a quick overview of the current Standings in all of the Canadian Sports School Hockey League divisions, through the first six weeks of league play. Midget Prep: The top three teams are starting to separate themselves from the rest of the pack – with 33 games among them and just Read More »

CSSHL – A lot of tight races through all divisions

  October 15, 2017   Current Standings – All Divisions: Midget Prep: Very tight race at the top of this division, with four teams practically neck in neck. With a win in an unusual Monday night game, Yale could move into sole possession of first place.   TEAM GP W L OTL PTS GF GA Read More »

Watch that Space

  I was 12 years old the first time someone showed me the five hole. My U13 coach called us all over to the net after one of our practices had ended. He had the goalie stand in a ready position. He told us where to shoot, where to look. He explained the art of Read More »

2017 Distinguished Honourees of the Order of Hockey in Canada Announced

February 8, 2017 SASKATOON, Sask. – Hockey Canada has announced that three legends of the game are being recognized for their outstanding contributions or service to the growth and development of the sport of hockey in Canada as part of the 2017 class of the Order of Hockey in Canada.   Scotty Bowman (Verdun, Que.), Murray Costello Read More »

Ontario reacting to bad parents

Parents behaving ‘worse than they used to,’ says one hockey association president By Jamie Strashin, CBC Sports Posted: Sep 23, 2016 5:00 AM ET Former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy helped launch the Respect in Sport course for minor hockey associations. (Bill Graveland/Canadian Press) Related Stories Online respect course now mandatory for some northwestern Ontario minor hockey parents Hockey Read More »

BC Championships – Peewee Tier 2 – Vernon are champs

  March 17, 2016 Greater Vernon are the new Tier 2 Peewee Provincial Champions after downing North Delta 6-2 in the final Thursday in Fort St. John. Vernon were a perfect 7-0 and virtually in a league of their own, outscoring opponents 56-11 over the seven games. They beat North Delta 8-2 in the round robin, and outshot Read More »

BC Championships – Peewee Tier 1 – BWC wins Banner

  March 16, 2016 Burnaby Winter Club Peewee A1s have won another Tier 1 Peewee Provincial Championship, with a 4-2 win over Kamloops, at the MSA arena in Abbotsford last night. The Bruins and Kamloops were almost neck and neck coming into the final. BWC had finished with four wins and a tie, 5-5 vs Read More »

BC Championships – Peewee Tier 1 – BWC vs Kamloops in final

  March 16, 2016 The Tier 1 Peewee Provincial Championships are being hosted by Abbotsford Minor Hockey Association, with games played at the MSA Arena. And after four days of competition, it will be BWC vs Kamloops in the Championship game, that goes Wednesday night at 7:30. BWC finished with 4 wins and a tie, Read More »

BC Championships – Peewee Tier 2

  The Tier 2 Peewee Provincial Championships are being hosted by Fort St. John Minor Hockey Association, in North Eastern BC. Going into Day 3, Greater Vernon and North Delta are both 3-0, and look like the favorites to meet in the Final, although there are still three games to play and upsets possible, as there are three Read More »

BC Championships – Peewee Tier 1

  The Tier 1 Peewee Provincial Championships are being hosted by Abbotsford Minor Hockey Association, with games played at the MSA Arena. Going into Day 3, Kamloops at 3-0 and Burnaby Winter Club at 2-1 are the only undefeated teams out of the group of six Tier 1 teams. Abbotsford tied BWC Monday night, and are Read More »

Okanagan Mainline Standings

  February 2, 2016 Here’s a look at the Okanagan Mainline Hockey Association rep team standings with a couple of weeks and a few games to go in regular season play.   Midget, Tier 1 GP W L T Pts GF GA PM Prince George (1) T1 15 10 2 3 23 79 43 742 Read More »

Okanagan Mainland – Rep Team Standings – Midget to Peewee

    December 9, 2015 Here’s an overview of how the rep teams are doing so far in the twelve Okanagan Mainland league divisions, midget down to peewee. Midget Tier 1 In Tier 1 Midget, there are only three teams competing and to no one’s surprise it’s the Prince George Cougars who are at the top of Read More »

13th Seafair Icebreaker – Finals underway

    The 13th Annual Seafair Sandman Hotel Icebreaker got underway Friday, October 10, with 55 teams competing in Tier 1 and Tier 2 divisions from the Atom through Midget. Semi-finalists and finalists are set. Here are the results for each division, along with some early playoff round scores to mid-Sunday.   Atom Division:   Finals set: Read More »

13th Seafair Icebreaker – Finals underway

    The 13th Annual Seafair Sandman Hotel Icebreaker got underway Friday, October 10, with 55 teams competing in Tier 1 and Tier 2 divisions from the Atom through Midget. Semi-finalists and finalists are set. Here are the results for each division, along with some early playoff round scores to mid-Sunday.   Atom Division:   Finals set: Read More »

Coaches – Your Birthdays now required !

  August 25, 2015 A memo circulated by BC Hockey today reports that the Coaching Association of Canada has requested that all coaches update their date of birth within “The Locker” database. Not doing so will mean coach certification updates will not appear on a coach transcript. The NCCP Locker is a Canada-wide database which Read More »