In a past article, I wrote about the recent history of the Cowichan Valley Capitals because the past several seasons were pretty eventful for the team. Related: The recent history of the Cowichan Valley Capitals In their history, the Capitals have had two deep playoff runs. In 1994, they advanced […]
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Schoenfeld commits to Milwaukee School of Engineering Powell River Kings 2002-born defender Sam Schoenfeld has committed to the Milwaukee School of Engineering for the 2023-24 season. MSOE is an NCAA Division III school and the campus is located in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Schoenfeld, who is from Calgary, closed out his […]
The Powell River Kings finished seventh in the B.C. Hockey League’s Coastal Conference this season with a 20-26-5-3 record and faced the Surrey Eagles in the first round of the Fred Page Cup playoffs. It was the Kings’ return to the post-season after missing out last year for the first […]
After the 2021-22 season, three members of the Alberni Valley Bulldogs left for the same NCAA school. Forwards Stephen Castagna, Arlo Merritt, and defender Ryan Nause all currently play for the Bentley University Falcons. It’s not all that uncommon for players to play together at the same school. Karter McNarland […]
Last year, two Powell River Kings players were recruited to the University of Alaska-Anchorage. In July 2022, defender Dylan Finlay was recruited to the school and teammate Karter McNarland committed to the Seawolves. The Seawolves program has a long history with the BCHL as several former players and coaches have […]
BCHL Bulletin: Silverbacks make a deal for Joynt, Express head coach Shaw jumps to the OHL, and more!
Silverbacks pick up Joynt from Wellington for futures The Salmon Arm Silverbacks have acquired 2003-born forward Barret Joynt from the Wellington Dukes of the Ontario Junior Hockey League for future considerations. Joynt, who’s from Kingston, ON, has spent the last three seasons with the Dukes, compiling 26 goals and 52 points in […]
(BC Hockey League official media release) At the most recent BCHL Annual General Meeting, the Board of Governors unanimously voted in favour of updating the names of several year-end awards, as well as adding a pair of new trophies. Over the next two weeks, the league will unveil these changes. […]
BCHL Bulletin: Wood and Nadeau invited to Canada’s summer U18 selection camp, Hiebert signs in the ECHL, and more!
Wood and Nadeau get invites from Hockey Canada Hockey Canada unveiled the invitees to its national men’s summer under-18 selection camp on Thursday and two BCHL players are among those listed. 2005-born Victoria Grizzlies forward Matthew Wood and 2005-born Penticton Vees forward Bradly Nadeau will both participate in the camp, […]
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 […]
During their history, the Victoria Grizzlies have seen many head coaches stand behind the bench. Currently, their bench boss is Craig Didmon. It’s a position he’s held full-time since the 2014-15 season. He’s also served as the club’s general manager for the last eight seasons. In past seasons, some famous […]