Johnson and Finley invited to Canada’s National Junior Team selection camp University of Michigan forward Kent Johnson (61 goals and 86 assists in 112 games with Trail from 2018-20) and Spokane Chiefs forward Jack Finley (one goal in two games with Penticton in 2017-18) have each earned an invitation to Canada’s National […]
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The next time a Coastal Conference team and an Interior Conference team face off in the BC Hockey League will be the 2022 playoffs, more than likely not until the Fred Page Cup final to determine the first league champion since the Prince George Spruce Kings were crowned in 2019. […]
It’s been a crazy couple of weeks around the BC Hockey League. Extreme weather conditions evacuated one BCHL team from its home, and a pair of other teams were stranded on the road for a few extra days. In addition to immediate effects of the storms across BC, there are […]
BCHL Bulletin: BCHL department of player safety hands out four suspensions, Kings sign two additional APs, and more!
McHardy suspended four games for a blow to the head Coquitlam Express forward Emmett McHardy has been suspended four games by the BC Hockey League department of player safety following a major penalty and game misconduct incurred during a game on Nov. 27 versus the Chilliwack Chiefs. The 2003-born rookie […]
Kings sign MJHL veteran netminder Smith The Powell River Kings have added a third goaltender to their crease with the signing of 2001-born Matthias Smith, who hails from Courtenay, BC. His signing was a necessity after 2002-born Thomas Wardle and 2003-born Zak Brice both recently went down with injuries. Smith […]
BCHL Today: BCHL unveils three stars, details on All-Star weekend and schedule changes, four commit to NCAA schools, and more!
Tassy, Prazma, and Fraser earn three stars of the week honours Salmon Arm Silverbacks forward Simon Tassy, Surrey Eagles goalie Max Prazma, and Nanaimo Clippers forward Tristan Fraser have been named the BCHL’s Three Stars for the week ending Nov. 21. Tassy, a 20-year-old, scored four goals and added a […]
Just last week, I released BCHLNetwork’s inaugural edition of the BC Hockey League power rankings. I looked at the first five weeks of the regular season through a statistical lens and compared all 18 BCHL teams. I wasn’t necessarily planning on releasing the next version of the power rankings just […]
If you didn’t know, November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Diabetes is an autoimmune disease that is caused by an organ failing, and in this case, it is the pancreas. The pancreas creates insulin which keeps your blood sugar steady. Without a working pancreas, you need to inject insulin into your […]
BCHL Today: Say heads to Mercyhurst University, BCHL department of player safety hands out three suspensions, and more!
Say commits to Mercyhurst University Salmon Arm Silverbacks goaltender Owen Say has committed to play NCAA Division I hockey at Mercyhurst University. Say is the 12th NCAA Division I commitment on the Silverbacks roster. The 2001-born native of London, ON has a 7-1-1 record with a 2.73 goals-against average, and […]
Wiebe commits to the University of North Dakota Chilliwack Chiefs defenseman Abram Wiebe has committed to play NCAA Division I hockey at the University of North Dakota. Wiebe is the 13th NCAA Division I commitment on the Chiefs roster. The 2003-born native of Mission, BC has a goal and 10 […]