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PJHL – Trappers get W, Pilots now lead series 2-1

          February 20, 2019 The Langley Trappers finally notched their first playoff win Tuesday night, successfully defending the George Preston Centre with a 4-1 decision over the Abbotsford Pilots. Langley goaltender Kristian Lyon made 52 saves for the win, and was awarded first star. The Trappers fired 28 on Abby’s Keaton Dyck. Read More »

PJHL Playoffs underway, upsets coming?

  February 19, 2019 #1 North Van take 2-1 series lead over #8 Ridge Meadows In North Vancouver, the Wolf Pack broke open a tie game with four straight goals and defeated the Ridge Meadows Flames 6-3 last night on home ice at Harry Jerome. North Van got goals from six different skaters and now Read More »

PJHL Conference Titles: Wolf Pack edge Delta; Abby over Langley by 6

    February 10, 2019 PJHL Update The Pacific Junior Hockey League wrapped up the regular season this weekend, with the North Vancouver Wolf Pack and Abbotsford Pilots claiming conference titles.     In the Tom Shaw Conference, the North Vancouver Wolf Pack held of the hard charging Delta Ice Hawks, to take the title. Read More »

PCAHA Bantam – Langley, North Van, T-Birds battle for #1

    January 24, 2019 Here’s a quick overview of current standings in the PCAHA Bantam ranks, as the end of the 20 game regular season approaches. In Flight 1, Langley has stretched its lead to eight points over #2 North Vancouver, and to nine over #3 Vancouver Thunderbirds. However, North Van have three games Read More »

PJHL: Wolf Pack – Pilots maintain leads

    January 17, 2019 PJHL Update Most PJHL teams have played six or seven games since our last report on the league just before the Christmas break. Over the stretch the Richmond Sockeyes have been the hottest team, putting up 12 of a possible 14 points, followed by the Delta Ice Hawks and the Read More »

WHL – Scott Mahovlich traded to Lethbridge

  January 8, 2019 The Regina Pats made their second trade of the day last Thursday with a Central Division team, sending 19-year-old forward Scott Mahovlich to the Lethbridge Hurricanes. In return, the Pats have acquired a third-round selection in the 2019 Western Hockey League Bantam Draft while sending an eighth-round selection in the same draft Read More »

PJHL: Wolf Pack lead by 9, Pilots by 3

    December 17, 2018 PJHL Update Tom Shaw Conference Wolf Pack still way in front, but suffer first shutout defeat There was no change in the standings of the Tom Shaw Conference this week, however, top dogs North Vancouver Wolf Pack were handed a rare defeat, at the hands of the Grandview Steelers, 4-0 Read More »

New Major Bantam League for Lower Mainland and Okanagan

  December 11, 2018 BC Hockey has announced that seven Lower Mainland and Okanagan teams will be part of a Major Bantam AAA Pilot program to be launched for the coming 2019-2020 season. The program has been launched in response to the rapid expansion of the bantam prep and bantam varsity team divisions in the Read More »

PJHL: Wolf Pack increase lead, Pilots-Trappers battle continues

    December 10, 2018 Wolf Pack stretch it out at top of Tom Shaw The Aldergrove Kodiaks finally stopped the North Vancouver Wolf Pack December 5 with 3-2 home ice victory, bringing the Pack’s 11 game winning streak to an end. Over the 11 game stretch, the Wolf Pack had outscored opponents 67-17, and Read More »

PCAHA Bantam Races – nearing the turn

    December 8, 2018 As PCAHA league play approaches the half season mark, here’s our annual overview of how things are shaping up in the bantam division prior to the Christmas break. But first some background – as there have been some remarkable changes in bantam hockey over the past few seasons, especially over Read More »

BCMML – Playoffs Schedule

    March 12, 2018 Playoff matchups The BCMML 40 game regular season wrapped up Sunday, March 12, and the stage is now set for round 1 of the playoffs, featuring the Top 8 teams. All first round playoff series are a best of three, with the top-seeded team having home ice advantage in all Read More »

BCMML – Wrap of Final weekend – Playoff Matchups Set

      March 12, 2018 Week 22 The final weekend of BCMML regular season play wrapped up Sunday, with very little change in the standings from a week ago. Both top teams split their final series against lower ranked opponents and so failed to create any drama at the top of the standings. The Read More »

BCMML – Hawks back on top with one weekend to go

      March 7, 2018 Week 21 Just like last weekend, there was only one change in the BCMML standings after the competition wrapped up Sunday – and again it was a swap at the top, with the Valley West Hawks edging ahead of the idle Cariboo Cougars, to recapture the #1 seed. The Read More »

BCMML Week 20 – Cougars move into 1st

      February 26, 2018 There was only one change in the BCMML standings after Week 20 wrapped up Sunday. Cariboo Cougars climbed back into first place after two wins in Vancouver over the #6 North West Giants, although it took an OT win in game two to get the sweep. #2 Valley West Read More »

Final PCAHA Peewee Rankings

      PCAHA PEEWEE FINAL RANKINGS, 2017-2018 Season February 25. 2018 Here are the final Hockey Hub rankings for 2017-2018 PCAHA Peewee teams. Rankings are based on winning percentage within the regular season flight the team finished in. BWC A1 maintained their #1 ranking over the final stretch of games, while Semiahmoo A1 and Read More »

Final PCAHA Atom Rankings

      February 22, 2018 Atom Rankings Here are the final Hockey Hub rankings for 2017-2018 PCAHA Atom teams. Hockey Hub rankings are based solely on winning percentage within Flight, without factoring in sportsmanship points. GVC and FVC conferences are combined for each flight. Where teams have moved up or down after the Christmas Read More »

Final PCAHA Bantam Rankings, Langley Top 4 in all tiers

    February 22, 2018 Here are final Hockey Hub rankings for 2017-2018 PCAHA Bantam teams. Hockey Hub rankings are based on winning percentage, without regard to sportsmanship points. In the chart below, the first column(R#) shows ranking based on winning percentage, the second column (PL) shows final PCAHA place in regular season play, which Read More »

BCMML Week 19 – Hawks and Cougars still at top, 3 weeks to go

  February 19, 2018 There was virtually no change in the standings after Week 19 in the BCMML this past weekend. Both top teams won two games, adding four points to their totals. Valley West Hawks and Cariboo Cougars are tied in first place, with 57 points each. #1 Valley West are still the top Read More »

PCAHA Peewee T2 – Playoff Update, All Top seeds advance to R3

    February 17, 2018 Here’s a quick look at the PCAHA Tier 2 Peewee playoffs so far. Rounds 1 and 2 are complete with all top seeds advancing through both rounds. In Round 1, the bottom half of the 24 qualifying teams, from #11 Ridge Meadows through #24 Richmond competed. Round 1: #11 Ridge 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 »

BCMML Week 18 – 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 »

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 »

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 »

BCMML Week 15 – Cougars close gap with Hawks

  January 15, 2017 After Week 15 in BC Major Midget League, the Cariboo Cougars are back within two points of the first place West Valley Hawks. Leaders The Cougars put up a couple of wins vs the NE Chiefs (5-1 and 2-1), while the Hawks won their first 6-1 vs the Thompson Blazers and were 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 »

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 »