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2018 Bantam Draft – Prince George Cougars Picks

  May 4, 2018   Red Deer, AB   The Prince George Cougars Hockey Club selected forward Craig Armstrong (9thoverall) and goaltender Tyler Brennan (21stoverall) in the first round of the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft, in Red Deer Alberta. “They were our top two players we targeted at their positions, so as a scouting staff Read More »

2018 Bantam Draft – Victoria Royals Picks

  May 4, 2018   Red Deer, AB – The Victoria Royals selected 12 players at the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft. Victoria’s 12 draft picks where comprised of five skaters from British Columbia, that included four who call Vancouver Island home, two players from Alberta and Manitoba, and one from Saskatchewan. The Royals’ remaining two Read More »

2018 Bantam Draft – Vancouver Giants Picks

    May 4,  2018 It was a busy, rewarding day for the Vancouver Giants on Thursday in Red Deer, AB. General Manager Glen Hanlon and his team of management and scouts added six forwards, three defencemen and a goaltender to the Vancouver Giants organization. First, hear from the Vancouver Giants Director of Scouting Dan Read More »

2018 Bantam Draft – Kelowna Rockets Picks

    May 4,  2018 The Kelowna Rockets added 11 prospects to the list of young players on Thursday in Red Deer at the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft. Kelowna opened the draft with the 18th overall selection in the first round. The Rockets selected forward Trevor Wong of Vancouver, BC. The 5’8, 135 pound forward recorded Read More »

2018 Bantam Draft – Older is Better

    May 5, 2018 It’s become an annual ritual now – to see how the WHL Bantam Draft breaks down according to month of birth and size (weight), round by round. Clearly at the bantam age there is a wide range of size with boys. Many 15 year boys have shot up, hit puberty, Read More »

2018 Bantam Draft – Sports Schools up the ante again

    May 5, 2018     It was another record breaking year for the Canadian Sport School Hockey League at the WHL Bantam Draft as 81 student athletes, including 15 in the first round, were selected. This breaks the previous record of 66 students selected, and 13 in the first round, set at the 2017 Read More »

2018 Bantam Draft – The Picks in Order

    May 5, 2018 Here’s how this year’s WHL Bantam draft unfolded, May 3, 2018 in Red Deer, in order of selection. Alberta lead the way with 69 picks, including 11 (half) first round picks, 10 second round picks and 9 third round picks. BC were second with 49 picks, including 5 first rounders, Read More »

2018 Bantam Draft – The BC Picks

    May 3, 2018 Here’s how this year’s WHL Bantam draft unfolded, for BC-based players. British Columbia As has been the case for the last few years, Canadian Sports School Hockey League teams dominated the BC player draft. Of the 49 BC picks, all but seven were from the CSSHL, including all 16 of Read More »

2018 Bantam Draft wraps up – 224 picked

  May 3, 2018 Red Deer, AB After retaining the first-overall pick from the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft Lottery, the Edmonton Oil Kings used the pick to select forward Dylan Guenther (Edmonton, Alta./Northern Alberta Xtreme Bantam Prep). In total, 223 players were selected in the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft, with 124 forwards, 76 defencemen and Read More »

NAX win CSSHL E15 Title

  March 18, 2018 by CSSHL Riley Fiddler-Schultz (Edmonton, AB) scored twice, including the eventual winner, as the Northern Alberta Xtreme were 4-2 winners over the Rink Hockey Academy in the 2018 Canadian Sport School Hockey League Elite 15 Division Championship. Ethan Leyer (St. Albert, AB) had the other two goals and also up one Read More »

NAX win CSSHL Midget Prep Championship Title

    March 18, 2018 Final: NAX 6-2 vs Rink After finishing the regular season in 6th place with a 23-11-2 record, Northern Alberta Extreme are now league Champions, after posting a 6-2 win (2 EN) vs #2 ranked Rink Academy in the final game on Sunday. Along the way, NAX also downed #1 BWC Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – Top seed BWC eliminated in Day 2

      March 16, 2018 Midget Prep Division Playoffs Day two of the CSHHL Midget Prep division playoffs wrapped up Thursday, with another six games completed, as the top 12 teams battled in three round robin pools. The top seeds from each pool plus one wildcard team will advance to the semi-finals Saturday.   Pool Read More »

CSSHL Academic and Player Awards

      March 14, 2018 by CSSHL Media The Canadian Sport School Hockey League held their annual Awards Ceremony at the South Okanagan Events Centre, March 14, celebrating student athletes that have excelled this season in the classroom, in their community and on the ice. Presenters and speakers at the ceremony included CSSHL Chairperson Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – Upsets and Extra time rule Day 1

      March 12, 2018 Midget Prep Division Playoffs Playoffs for the top division of the Canadian Sports School Hockey League got underway Wednesday morning, March 14, in Penticton. Twelve of the league’s 16 teams qualified, and began round one in three 4-team pools. By mid-afternoon, the first four playoff games had gone into extra-time Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep Playoffs Set – BWC, Rink, Delta Top Seeds

      March 12, 2018 Midget Prep Division Playoffs Playoffs for the top division of the Canadian Sports School Hockey League get underway Wednesday, March 14 in Penticton. This year the league has changed up the playoff format for the Midget Prep Division, and 12 rather than 8 teams, will be compete for the league Read More »

CSSHL Award Nominees Announced

    March 6, 2018 The Canadian Sport School Hockey League has announced the nominees for individual awards in the all its divisions, for the 2017-2018 season. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony during the 2018 BDO CSSHL Championships on Wednesday, March 14 at the South Okanagan Events Centre. During the awards Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – BWC finish 34-1-1 OTL

      March 6, 2018 MIDGET PREP DIVISION The CSSHL Midget Prep division wrapped up the regular season this past weekend with 16 games on the slate, and at the end of day, there were a few changes in the standings. #1 BWC League leader BWC Academy closed out their exceptional year with a Read More »

CSSHL now +70 teams – BWC, Yale adding Bantam Varsity

  March 3, 2018 The Canadian Sport School Hockey League has announced expansion of teams for existing members for the 2018-19 season. The BWC Academy and Yale Hockey Academy will each be adding a team to the Bantam Varsity Division. BWC Academy added a Bantam Prep team for the first time last fall; Yale added Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – one week to go, playoff pools TBD

  February 26, 2018 MIDGET PREP DIVISION There’s only one more weekend to go before the regular season of the CSSHL Midget Prep league wraps up. Most teams have just one or two games to play, a few have three, and one team – Northern Alberta Extreme, has already finished. That said, there are still some Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – BWC locked, Rink move into #2

      February 21, 2018 There was one major change in the BCMML Midget Prep standings this past weekend, as the former #6 Rink moved up four places to displace Delta, who did not play, from the #2 spot. The #2 through #6 spots are now separated by just four points. Meanwhile, #1 BWC Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – BWC clinch first place

  February 6, 2018 (updated) BWC now ahead by 10 – lock up first place finish League leading BWC Midget Prep added another six points to their total over the weekend, as the team faced off against three teams from bottom third of the standings at a Showcase in Delta, finishing with a 34-4 collective Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – BWC now 27-1-1, 8 points up on #2 Delta

  January 29, 2018 Here’s how things are looking at the top of the Midget Prep division of Canadian Sports School Hockey League, as teams enter the final few weeks of an expanded 36 game regular season schedule.     #1 BWC, 27-1-1 OTL – 8 points up on Delta After running almost neck in Read More »

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 »

CSSHL Midget Prep – BWC back on top

        December 19, 2017 With two lop-sided wins vs PoE this past weekend, BWC moved back into a first place tie with Delta at the top of the CSSHL Midget Prep division. BWC is now 21-1-1, with a +77 GF-GA differential. Although tied with BWC, Delta have two more losses, at 21-3-1. They Read More »

Hockey Hub – CSSHL Bantam Rankings

    December 19, 2017 Below are the latest Hockey Hub CSSHL Bantam Prep and Varsity rankings at the end of the first half of the season, as all teams head to the holiday break. Winning percentage is used primarily to determine rankings, with head to head, and goal differential being the tie-breakers. There are Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – Delta slide past BWC, Yale still 3rd

          December 11, 2017 With two wins this weekend, Delta moved ahead of BWC to claim top spot in the CSSHL Midget Prep division. BWC, who played a couple of non-league exhibition games in Wisconsin on the weekend, are now two points behind Delta, but have three games in hand. Yale Read More »

CSSHL Bantam Rankings

    2017-2018 BANTAM RANKINGS – CSSHL November 22, 2017 Below are the latest Hockey Hub rankings for Bantam teams in the Canadian Sports School Hockey Leagues (Prep and Varsity). But first some background, as in the past, the majority of top Bantam teams in BC were PCAHA teams from the Lower Mainland, with perhaps Read More »

CSSHL Midget Prep – Delta take two vs BWC

          October 30, 2017 BWC Academy’s run on being the only CSSHL Prep team left with an undefeated record came to end this weekend, losing 5-3 to Delta at Planet Ice on Saturday, and 5-4 in shootout in the rematch at BWC on Sunday. Yale meanwhile, held onto first place although Read More »