BCHL to become an independent league It was officially announced on Monday that the British Columbia Hockey League will operate outside of Hockey Canada’s systems as of June 1. The BCHL explains that challenges with the current system within Hockey Canada as well as what can be expected in the […]
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The Prince George Spruce Kings finished fifth in the BC Hockey League’s Interior Conference this season with a 27-20-6-1 record and faced the Salmon arm Silverbacks in the first round of the Fred Page Cup playoffs. The Spruce Kings fell to the Backs in four straight games. The Spruce Kings […]
Two Goal Lead Podcast presented by BCHLNetwork: Episode 12 – Prince George Spruce Kings head coach Alex Evin
A chat with Prince George Spruce Kings head coach Alex Evin about several topics, including: The fallout from the Spruce Kings’ first-round loss to Salmon Arm Recruiting players to Prince George His five-season BCHL career with Powell River, Williams Lake, and Penticton And more!
BCHL Bulletin: Smith commits to University of Toronto, Spruce Kings look to add an associate coach, and more!
Smith commits to the University of Toronto 2001-born Salmon Arm Silverbacks right winger Zack Smith has committed to play U SPORTS hockey at the University of Toronto this September. Smith, who’s from Martensville, SK, had 10 goals and 17 points in 19 games with the Silverbacks this past season. He […]
The Prince George Spruce Kings are the longest-reigning Fred Page Cup champions in history after winning the trophy in 2019 and it not being awarded in 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the 2021-22 season, the Spruce Kings finished fourth in the Interior Conference. PG defeated the […]
If expectations are sky-high this season for the Prince George Spruce Kings, Alex Evin isn’t particularly feeling the heat. The third-year head coach of the BCHL’s most northern club has a calm and cool approach to the 2021-22 BCHL regular season. PG returns 16 players from last year’s squad, […]
Now that the 2020-21 BC Hockey League season is done, the Prince George Spruce Kings are taking time to reflect while also looking towards the fall. The league’s most northern franchise ended the three-team Chilliwack Pod with a 14-5-0-1 record, beating out the host Chiefs and dominating the Merritt […]
The BC Hockey League was given the official okay to play in five pods across the province consisting of three to four teams. One of those five pods is based in the Chilliwack Coliseum. This isn’t the first pod, so to speak, to be hosted in Chilliwack because, for […]
BCHL Today: League alumni up for NCAA goaltending award, Spruce Kings extend coaching staff, and more
Six BCHL alumni up for top college goaltender award 6 BCHL alums were named to the Mike Richter Award Watch List. The award is handed out to the NCAA's top goaltender. RELEASE: https://t.co/vD0nbC3gmx pic.twitter.com/ZjDl75RPuW — BC Hockey League (@GoBCHL) February 3, 2021 The list of nominees is out for […]
Success at the junior A level didn’t come easy for Evan DeBrouwer. The Blenheim, Ontario native went from not wanting to play hockey anymore to the backbone of a magical playoff run with the Prince George Spruce Kings. Before ending up the Spruce Kings, DeBrouwer endured a rough ride […]