OHA Edmonton wins First Annual Bauer Bantam Elite tourney

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  October 8, 2018 OHA Edmonton are the champions of the first Annual Bauer Elite Invitational Bantam tournament hosted Abbotsford this weekend, downing BC’s Delta Green 6-3 in the Championship game Monday afternoon. Delta had lead 2-0 after the first on goals from Matthew Ward and Brayden Boehm. But OHA lead 4-3 after two, capitalizing […]

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First Annual Bauer Bantam Elite tourney underway

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    October 7, 2018 A new Bantam tournament is underway in Abbotsford this weekend, and going head to head with one of the oldest bantam tournaments in BC, just down the road in Chilliwack. The new Bauer Elite Invitational has positioned itself to provide the same calibre of play as the most heavily scouted […]

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Chilliwack Bantam Challenge Cup, Round Robin Wraps Up

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  October 6, 2018 The round robin portion of the 33rd Annual Chilliwack Bantam Internal Challenge Cup wrapped up Saturday morning, after three days of play. A total of 24 teams faced off in six pools of four teams each. Fifteen teams from BC, four from Alberta and five from the USA are competing. After […]

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40 invited to World Junior Showcase in Kamloops

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  July 4, 2018 Hockey Canada, Calgary – For 40 of Canada’s top junior hockey players (see roster below), the quest to fulfill their dream to represent Canada at the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship – being hosted in Vancouver and Victoria this December – is well underway as they have received official invites to wear […]

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WJC Playmakers – Ron Toigo, Barry Petrachenko

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July 5, 2018 by Jessica Gowans The 2019 World Junior Championships are being hosted by Victoria and Vancouver this year. In a recent interview, the host committee co-chairs talk about bringing the World Juniors to British Columbia, helping celebrate 100 years of B.C. Hockey, and what the tournament will mean to minor hockey. Leading in […]

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Pats repeat heartbreak – 100 years later

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  May 28, 2018 by Greg Harder, Regina Leader Post It took 100 years, but history repeated itself for the Regina Pats. One full century after losing in the very first Memorial Cup final to the University of Toronto Schools, the Pats were back where they started on Sunday night, dropping a 3-0 heartbreaker to […]

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Canada downs Czechs for Men’s Bronze

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February 25, 2017 Reigning Olympic Champions Canada bounced back from their surprise 4-3 loss in the semis to Germany, with a sizzling display of attacking hockey that overpowered the Czech Republic, for the Bronze medal. Their defeat to the Germans meant that they had missed out on the final for the first time since 2006, […]

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USA Women break Canada’s Gold Medal streak

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  February 22, 2018 by Jamie Tozer Canada’s women’s ice hockey team is leaving PyeongChang 2018 with a silver medal, following a 3-2 shootout loss in the final to the United States. The loss snaps the Canadian women’s Olympic win streak at 24 games. They had won four straight Olympic gold medals following the last […]

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NAX win, Delta Wild top BC team at John Reid

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    January 23, 2018 St. Albert, Alberta The Delta Wild Green were BC’s top team at the 40th annual John Reid Memorial Bantam AAA Tournament, finishing fourth after dropping a 3-2 decision in the Bronze medal vs Winnipeg’s Rink Academy. The two teams are currently tied at the top of the Canadian Sports School Hockey […]

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Team West takes CJHL Prospects contest

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  January 23, 2018 Team West takes President’s Cup CJHL Prospects Game crown vs. Team East Okotoks Oilers’ (AJHL) Austin Wong tallies twice in 5-2 win MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Austin Wong (Okotoks Oilers, AJHL) tallied twice, including the game-winner, to help propel Team West to a 5-2 triumph over Team East Tuesday evening to capture […]

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BWC win Delta Academy Midget Prep Winter Classic

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January 15, 2018 The first annual Delta Wild Hockey Academy Winter Classic finished with both the championship and bronze medal games going to overtime to decide the medals. In the Championship game, Burnaby Winter Club prevailed over OHA Red, 4-3, on a top shelf snipe from captain Elan Bar-Lev-Wise about 1:40 into the OT period. […]

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Delta Academy Midget Prep Winter Classic underway

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  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 […]

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WJC – Canada wins Gold in thriller

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  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 […]

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Russia shocks U18 Women

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  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 […]

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World Juniors QF Preview

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  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 […]

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BCMML at Macs – T-Birds eliminated by eventual winners

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  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, […]

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