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BCHLBulletin: Pulver traded twice in one day, Bulldogs, Vipers, Bucks, Clippers and Chiefs add commits, and more!

Eagles and Rivermen swing four-player deal The Surrey Eagles sent 2003-born goaltender Eli Pulver, 2003-born forward Conner Schneider, and 2005-born forward Ewan Rennie to the Langley Rivermen in exchange for 2003-born goaltender Ajeet Gundarah. Gundarah, who is from Richmond, B.C., played 38 regular-season games with Langley in 2022-23, earning a […]

BCHL Bulletin: League further clarifies FAQs, Vees add to their blueline, and more!

League updates FAQ document The B.C. Hockey League has added some clarification to their Frequently Asked Questions from their original document and wanted to dispel any rumours that have sprung up since their announcement to go independent on May 1. Related: Hockey Canada‚Äôs non-sanctioned policy restricts BCHL affiliate player possibilities […]

BCHL Today: Vees player diagnosed with COVID-19, Bulldogs forward Tverberg to join UConn early, and more

  Vees face positive COVID-19 case The league announced today that one player from the Penticton Vees has tested positive for COVID-19. DETAILS: https://t.co/c1dKpWEyYr pic.twitter.com/yvJSQJeh1n — BC Hockey League (@GoBCHL) November 28, 2020 The BC Hockey League announced on Saturday that a player on the Penticton Vees has COVID-19. According […]

BCHL Today: Vipers sign forward Pakulak, Chiefs alum Sinclair transfers from UAH to Michigan Tech, and more

  Vipers add Pakulak for the upcoming season COMMITMENT ALERT! – Vipers Commit to Luke Pakulakhttps://t.co/WKTacfz4ji#OneGoal pic.twitter.com/C8H8xDeDNx — VernonVipers (@VernonVipers) August 2, 2020 The Vernon Vipers added another forward for the 2020-21 season with the signing of 2003-born Luke Pakulak from the Delta Hockey Academy. The Surrey product had three […]

BCHL Today: Ivy League schools cancel fall sports, including hockey, Vipers alum Jimmy Lambert named alternate captain at Michigan, and more

  Ivy League schools postpone athletics to the new year The Ivy League is cancelling all fall sports. Winter sports (including hockey and basketball) won't begin until after Jan. 1 which could cause some widespread issues. — Dan Wetzel (@DanWetzel) July 8, 2020 The eight NCAA Division I colleges which […]