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Midget Rankings – CSSHL-BCMML

CSSHL-BCMML, PCAHA MIDGET RANKINGS January 1, 2018 CSSHL-BCMML Hockey Hub BC Midget AAA Rankings presented here rank CSSHL Midget Prep and BCMML teams together, based solely on winning percentage in regular season league play, at January 1, 2018. As no interlocking tournament play is scheduled this year, no attempt has been made to rank on 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 »

BCMML – at Mac’s – Schedules & times

  December 26, 2017 Five BCMML teams are competing in the 2017 Mac’s AAA Midget Hockey Tournament, in Calgary, Alberta. One team has been placed into each of the five Round Robin Pools. The teams will play four round robin games to start. The tournament has been running since 1978 and attracts top teams from Read More »

BCMML – at Mac’s – BC 3W-2L in Day 1

  December 26, 2017 Five BCMML teams are competing in the 2017 Mac’s AAA Midget Hockey Tournament, in Calgary, Alberta. The tournament has been running since 1978 and attracts top teams from across Western Canada and the USA, plus a few select clubs from Europe, including national teams from Hungary and Belarus this year. Here’s Read More »

BCMML Week 12 – VW still lead, Cougars close gap,

  December 11, 2017 Week 12 of BC Major Midget League wrapped up this weekend, marking the start of the second half of the regular season. Overview: This weekend, four series were sweeps, one was a split, and one featured a win and tie. The North West Giants had the bye week. At the top Read More »

BCMML Week 11 – Wild one in Surrey, Hawks increase lead

  December 4, 2017 Week 11 of BC Major Midget League wrapped up this weekend, marking the half-way point of the regular season, with all teams having played 20 games. Overview: With another two game sweep, last week’s new leader Valley West Hawks – edged another two points ahead of the second place Cariboo Cougars. Read More »

BCMML Week 10 – Hawks on top as Cougars rest

  November 28, 2017 Week 10 of BC Major Midget League wrapped up on the weekend, with a new team on top of the leaderboard. The Valley West Hawks have been chasing the Cariboo Cougars for top billing since Week 5, while holding a pair of games in hand over the span. This weekend the Read More »

BCMML Week 9 – Cougars defend the den, Hawks soar

  November 20, 2017 Week 9 of BC Major Midget League now complete, and the two leaders are starting to separate themselves from the pack. One more week marks the halfway point of the regular season.   Cougars vs NW Giants In a big weekend at home in Prince George, the Cougars pulled off a Read More »

Cariboo Cougars lead 5 BCMML teams headed to Mac’s

  November 14, 2017 The Cariboo Cougars are leading a contingent of five BCMML teams that will be making the trek to Calgary over the Christmas break, to compete in the prestigious Mac’s AAA Midget Tournament. The Cougars lead a group made up of the top five in current league standings – followed by the Read More »

BCMML Week 8 – Not much change

  November 12, 2017 There was not much change at the top of the BCMML after Week 8 action – as all but one series were splits. Cariboo Cougars remain in first place, after edging the T-Birds 4-3 on Saturday and then losing 7-2 on Sunday, at home in PG. In spite of the split, Read More »

U17 USA jump out to early lead and hang on for gold

  November 11, 2017 Fort St. John, BC Jason La Rose DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Cole Caufield scored a hat trick, Jack Hughes added four points to his tournament-leading total and the United States claimed a fifth gold medal at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge with a 6-4 win over Canada Red on Saturday night. Read More »

U17 Czech rally and down Canada White for Bronze

  November 11, 2017 Fort St. John, BC Jason La Rose   DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Matej Toman scored in the first period, Michal Teply added the game-winner in the second and the Czech Republic survived a frantic third period to beat Canada White 2-1 and win the bronze medal Saturday at the 2017 World Read More »

U17 Worlds, Russia come back for 5-3 W over Canada Red

  November 7, 2017 Fort St. John, BC Jason La Rose Egor Spiridonov got the game-winner midway through the second period, and Russia scored the last four goals of the game to beat Canada Red 5-3 and finish a perfect preliminary round Tuesday at the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. The Russians were the lone Read More »

U17 Worlds, USA rally for 5-4 W over Canada Black

  November 7, 2017 Dawson Creek, BC Despite being badly outshot over the first two periods, 17-5 and 14-6, the Canada Black U17 team held a 2-1 lead going into the third against the high flying Americans, but were ultimately downed by a four goal outburst by the US in the final twenty. Again, BC Read More »

U17 Worlds, White down Czechs 7-2 for first W

  November 7, 2017 Jason La Rose WHITE BREAKS OUT, CRUISES PAST CZECHS FOR FIRST U17 WIN JASON LA ROSE DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Jakob Pelletier (Quebec City, Que./Moncton, QMJHL) scored two goals, Graeme Clarke (Ottawa, Ont./Ottawa, OHL) set up four and Canada White finally found its way into win column at the 2017 World Read More »

U17 World Challenge, USA rally to beat Canada White 4-3 OT

November 6, 2017 AMERICANS BATTLE BACK TO BEAT WHITE IN OVERTIME by Jason La Rose DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Trevor Zegras finished a 2-on-1 with Jack Hughes at 2:45 of overtime, capping a two-goal third-period comeback and giving the United States a 4-3 extra-time win over Canada White on Monday at the 2017 World Under-17 Read More »

BCMML Week 7 – NW Giants make a move

  November 6, 2017 There was no change at the top of the BCMML after Week 7 action, with Cariboo Cougars remaining in first place, one point up on the Valley West Hawks. The FV Thunderbirds had a rough weekend, playing with a decimated lineup, and dropped from third place to fifth. Greater Vancouver Canadians Read More »

Schneider, Krebs, Mutala named captains for World U-17 Hockey Challenge

      November 5, 2017 by Robert Murray When Canada’s three U17 teams step onto the ice at the World U-17 Hockey Challenge this week, they’ll be led by three upcoming stars from the Western Hockey League ranks. Braden Schneider (Brandon Wheat Kings), Peyton Krebs (Kootenay ICE) and Sasha Mutala (Tri-City Americans) will captain Read More »

U17 World Challenge, Finland down Canada Red 4-2

    November 5, 2017 AALTONEN GETS WINNER, FINNS BEAT RED TO OPEN U17S by Jason La Rose FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Leevi Aaltonen broke open a tie game eight minutes into the third period, leading Finland to a 4-2 win over Canada Red in the North Peace Arena curtain-raiser Sunday at the 2017 Read More »

U17 World Challenge, Canada Black wins opener 1-0 vs Canada White

  November 5, 2017 by Jason La Rose MAIER GETS SHUTOUT, BLACK BLANKS WHITE IN U17 OPENER DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – Nolan Maier (Yorkton, Sask./Yorkton, SJHL) stopped all 28 shots he faced for the shutout, backstopping Canada Black to a 1-0 win over Canada White in the opening game for both Sunday at the 2017 Read More »

Canada loses 3 ex-games at World U17 Challenge

  November 4, 2017 The World Under-17 Challenge gets underway in Fort St. John Sunday afternoon, with a game featuring Canada White vs Canada Black at 1:30 pm. Three Canadian teams are competing in the eight team tournament, with teams competing in two pools. Team Canada Black, Canada White, Czech Republic and USA are in Read More »

8 BC players suiting up for World U17 Challenge

  The World U17 Challenge (2001s) kicks off officially on Sunday, November 5 in the northern British Columbia communities of Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, featuring three Canadian squads, plus the USA, Czech Republic, Finland, Russia and Sweden. The three Canadian teams are selected by Hockey Canada with players mixed from all regions, more Read More »

BCMML Week 6 – Cougars and Hawks open up some space

  October 30, 2017 Week 6 of the  BCMML schedule wrapped up on the weekend, with 10 teams seeing action. This week Fraser Valley Thunderbirds had the bye week. Coming into the weekend, six teams were tightly packed in the top tier, and three more nipping at their heels. At the end of the weekend, two Read More »

BCMML Week 5 – Super tight at the top

  October 24, 2017 Week 5 of the  BCMML schedule wrapped up on the weekend, with 10 teams seeing action. This week North West Giants had the bye week. Heading into the weekend, four teams were tightly packed at the top of the league. The Fraser Valley Thunderbirds were in first place with 13 points, one up Read More »

WHL Cup Championship – BC win 4-3 OT gold vs Alberta

  Derek Leung photo October 22, 2017 With files from Robert Murray Vernon native Ben King (Okanagan Rockets) scored with 2:37 left in OT to give BC a 4-3 win over Alberta in the gold medal game of the Western Cup in Calgary on Sunday. “Cole Shepard (West Vancouver, Delta Hockey Academy) moved it up Read More »

WHL Cup – Day 4: BC and Alberta will play in final

  October 21, 2017 by Robert Murray The semi-finals Saturday at the 2017 Western Hockey League Cup were a replay of the Friday matchups, with Alberta and B.C. emerging victorious once again, sending them to Sunday’s gold medal final. Saskatchewan 0 at British Columbia 6 BC defeated Saskatchewan 7-0 in semi-final action at the WHL Read More »

BC Bantam Rankings

    October 21, 2017 2017-2018 BANTAM RANKINGS – CSSHL & PCAHA Here’s an early look at the bantam team races in BC. Scroll down to see Hockey Hub rankings for Bantam teams in both the Canadian Sports School Hockey Leagues (Prep and Varsity) as well as for bantam teams competing in BC’s largest minor Read More »

PCAHA Peewee Rankings – Placement

PCAHA PEEWEE October 20, 2017 Here are the early rankings for Peewee rep teams in the Lower Mainland. Rankings are determined on winning percentage, including sportsmanship points, with goal differential being the tie breaker. Teams are ranked relative only to other teams in their current group. No attempt has been made to move a team Read More »