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CSSHL Elite 15 – BWC, NAX & Delta separate from the pack

      January 15, 2019 Most CSSHL E15 teams have only played seven or eight games since our last look at the division at the end of November, due to the long holiday break. So perhaps not surprising there has not been much movement over the period. Most teams have now played around 28 Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep Standings – Very Tight at the Top

      January 14, 2019   Here’s a quick overview of the CSSHL Midget Prep standings, Top 20 Scoring Leaders and Top 20 Goaltenders, to January 13, 2019      Things couldn’t be much tighter at the top of the CSSHL Midget Prep division. Shawnigan Lake continues their spectacular run and remain at the Read More »

CSSHL announces Championship dates and formats

  December 12, 2018 The Canadian Sport School Hockey League has announced dates and details surrounding the 2019 BDO CSSHL Championships to be held in Penticton, B.C. from March 7-17, 2019. The 2019 BDO CSSHL Championships will be so far, with 73 teams and over 1,300 student athletes competing over 11 days to determine champions 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 »

Team BC U16 Male roster announced

  December 10, 2018 BC Hockey has announced the 20-players selected for the BC Male U16 team at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, which is being held February 16-22, 2019. Of the 20 players selected, 12 are currently playing in the Canadian Sport School Hockey League. The other eight spent the 2017-18 Read More »

West Van Bantam Prep win inaugural Delta Wild Winter Classic

    December 4, 2018 with files from Mark Booth, Delta Optimist, photos by James Garrett West Vancouver Warriors Academy are the winners of the inaugural Delta Wild Bantam Classic Tournament, played at Planet Ice in Delta this weekend. The Warriors defeated Delta Hockey Academy’s Wild Green 5-3 in Sunday’s championship game after both teams Read More »

CSSHL Elite 15 Standings – Week 11 – BWC pulling away

      November 25, 2018 Elite 15 Division Update – Week 11 Over the last two weeks CSSHL E15 teams have played between 4 and 6 games, with everyone playing four times at a tournament at Planet Ice in Delta, November 16-18. The top three teams remained unchanged over the period, but Burnaby Winter Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep Standings – Week 10

        November 21, 2018   Here’s a quick overview of the CSSHL Midget Prep standings, Top 20 Scoring Leaders and Top 10 Goaltenders, to November 20 (Week 10 and bit). Shawnigan Lake continues their terrific run, with two more dominant games, to increase their winning streak to 10 games. Over 18 games, Read More »

CSSHL Bantam Prep Standings – Week 8

          November 15, 2018 Here’s a quick overview of the CSSHL Bantam Prep standings, Top 20 Scoring Leaders and Top 10 Goaltenders, at the end of Week 8. Standings are shown by points and also by winning percentage.   Bantam Prep Standings, November 15, 2018 Ranked by points. R Team GP Read More »

OHA Edmonton run table at RMC – Delta Silver, Yale Bronze

Rocky Mountain Classic 2018 November 14, 2018 One of the top Bantam AAA tournaments in Western Canada wrapped up in Calgary on Remembrance Day, with two BC teams coming home with medals – a silver and a bronze. OHA Edmonton won the Gold, on a 5-3 win over Delta Green in the Rocky Mountain Classic Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep Standings – Week 9

        November 13, 2018   Here’s a quick overview of the CSSHL Midget Prep standings, Top 20 Scoring Leaders and Top 10 Goaltenders, at the end of Week 9. Standings are shown by points and also by winning percentage.   Midget Prep Standings, November 13, 2018 Week 9 – by Points R Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep Standings – Week 7

      October 30, 2018 Midget Prep: There’s a new team at the top of the CSSHL Midget Prep division, again this week. Shawnigan swept their three game weekend at Kal Tire Place in Kelowna, to move to 11-1-1, and are now three points up on OHA Edmonton, who also had a strong weekend. Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep Standings – Week 6

      October 22, 2018 Midget Prep: There’s a new team at the top of the CSSHL Midget Prep division. Although they played just one game this weekend, it was enough for the Edge to sneak past Shawnigan into first place overall, albeit on the basis of a superior goal differential. Both teams are Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – Pacific Coast Trio lead scoring

      October 18, 2018 CSSHL Midget Prep Scoring Leaders: Three players from the Pacific Coast Hockey Academy are tearing it up at the top of the CSSHL Midget Prep scoring charts. In 12 games, Sean Ramsey is 14G-20A-34, Kyle Brown is 12G-16A-28 and Gabe Schovanek is 8G-18A-26. Ramsey was 11G-30A-41 in 32 games last Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep Standings – Week 5

        October 18, 2018 Midget Prep: It’s been two weeks since we last surveyed the standings in the Midget Prep division of the Canadian Sports School league. Since the start of the month, most teams have nearly doubled the number of regular season games played, with a few teams in double digits. Read More »

OHA Edmonton wins First Annual Bauer Bantam Elite tourney

  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 Read More »

First Annual Bauer Bantam Elite tourney underway

    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 Read More »

CSSHL Standings – Week 2

    October 2, 2018 The Canadian Sports School Hockey League is still in the very early stages of the regular season, especially for the Varsity teams, many of whom have yet to play. However, in a few divisions, teams have now booked up to six or seven games. Here’s a quick overview of the Read More »

CSSHL Standings

    September 23, 2018 Here are the standings at the end of the second week of action in the CSSHL. Several teams have yet to play their first games. PREP TEAMS Midget Prep: TEAM GP W L OTL PTS GF GA DIFF PCT STRK Shawnigan 3 3 0 0 6 16 9 +7 1.000 Read More »

CSSHL Weekend Wrap

  It was a busy weekend in the Canadian Sports School League, as the regular season gets underway in earnest. Here are recaps of the weekend games: Sunday, September 23 Games: FEMALE VARSITY DIVISION Pilot Mound Hockey Academy (3) Delta Hockey Academy (2) Penticton, BC – A thrilling shootout goal by Sydney Odowichuk (Winnipeg, MB) solidified Read More »

BCHL Bauer Showcase results

  September 23, 2018   The seventh Bauer BCHL Showcase got underway Thursday at Prospera Centre in Chilliwack with six games on the agenda, and then added six more Friday and five Saturday. Here are the results (scroll down to see current standings):   Saturday, Sept. 22 Chilliwack Chiefs – 2 @ Wenatchee Wild – Read More »

BCHL Bauer Showcase starts today

  September 20, 2018   The seventh Bauer BCHL Showcase begins today at Prospera Centre in Chilliwack with six games on the agenda starting with a 10 a.m. matchup between the Penticton Vees and Surrey Eagles. There are six games on the slate for today, six more on Friday and six Saturday starting with the Prospects Game Read More »

BCHL Showcase – ’03 + ’04 Bantam Prospects selected

    The BCHL is showcasing some  top young prospects as part of the annual Bauer BCHL Showcase at Prospera Centre in Chilliwack this year. Top players identified from the BCHL Exposure Camp in May at the Richmond Olympic Oval have been selected and assigned to two teams that will compete against each other at Read More »

CSSHL – Midget Prep Starts September 14

  September 5, 2018 The Midget Prep division of the Canadian Sports School Hockey League opens the 2018-2019 season next Friday, September 14 with a single game featuring Pursuit at Okanagan White at the OHTC in Penticton, followed by five games on Saturday, and three more on Sunday. Delta visits Pacific Coast at Westhills in Read More »

CSSHL – E15 Starts September 15

  September 5, 2018 The E15 division of the Canadian Sports School Hockey League opens the 2018-2019 season next Saturday, September 15, with four games, followed by three on Sunday. Pacific Coast faces Delta at the Planet Ice Delta Saturday and Sunday. St. George’s hosts Okanagan at UBC, Saturday and Sunday. West Van hosts Yale Read More »

CSSHL – Bantam Prep Starts September 15

  September 5, 2018 The Bantam Prep division of the Canadian Sports School Hockey League opens the 2018-2019 season next Saturday, September 15, with Burnaby Winter Club Academy facing Pacific Coast at the Westhills Arena in Victoria. Burnaby then makes the short hop to face Shawnigan at the Charlie Purdy at Sunday. In the only Read More »

Delta’s Nicholas Wicks secures NCAA future

  August 15, 2018 Main training camps for the coming BCHL season have not yet opened but it wasn’t too early for Merritt Centennials forward Nicholas Wicks to make a big decision about his college hockey future. The native of Delta, B.C. has secured an NCAA Div. I future at the University of Alaska-Anchorage (UAA) Read More »

Payton Mount expected to lead T-Birds new wave

  August 16, 2018 by Austin Friesen Payton Mount Team: Seattle Thunderbirds Position: Right Wing Shoots: Right Height: 5-foot-8 Weight: 183-pounds The Seattle Thunderbirds managed a record of 34-28-8-2 last season, which gave them a win percentage of 0.542. Even with this percentage they only placed fifth in what was one of the most difficult Read More »