BC Hockey and the Vancouver Island Amateur Hockey Association (VIAHA) are hosting a free female-only coaching clinic in Duncan, BC on Dec. 6, 2015.
The 19th annual Midget Memorial took place in Abbotsford British Columbia Nov. 13-14 where 20 of the area best Midget Tier 1 and 2 team faced off against each other.
A few weeks back, it was officially announced that the Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) had formed a new partnership with the Western Hockey League (WHL) of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL).
Earlier this month, Hockey Alberta released its 20-man roster for the male U16 team that will compete in the Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup.
Lace them up kids, the BC minor AAA hockey season is underway and the excitement for a brand new run of competitive hockey is running high.
With an ever-changing Canadian culture, hockey isn’t necessarily at the forefront of priorities for many young boys and girls when they choose which sport they’d like to play for the first time. And with registration costs, new gear, and other expenses, hockey isn’t the cheapest of sports, which comes as a burden to many parents.
As the puck is set to drop on the 2015-16 minor hockey league season in B.C., it is interesting to watch the evolution of the game as players continue to look to bolster their competitive edge with specialized off-ice training, fitness and nutrition regiments.
Even with one of the hottest, driest summers in recent memory on the West Coast, including the hottest July recorded on planet earth, it's hard for us Canadians to not to get excited for the upcoming ice hockey season.
After British Columbia's drought-plagued, fiery hot summer, it's time to cool off and turn to the ice as the province's hockey community shifts gears toward another action-packed, event-filled season ahead.
The HockeyNow Minor Hockey Player of the Year class of 2015 got a special surprise this year. In celebration of HockeyNow’s new partnership with Sport Chek, all three winners were treated to a shopping spree that would make a Kardashian jealous.
Three words come to mind when you hear the name Luka Burzan, “Pure Goal Scorer”. The 15-year-old Surrey, B.C. native has a nose for the net and lit the lamp at an astonishing pace last season while playing with the North Shore Winter Club Winterhawks, scoring 84 goals and adding 57 assists in just 67 games.
Eight teams in the 2006 age group from across North America were vying for the chance to be named the Champion of Champions this past weekend during the Vancouver Tournament of Champions in Richmond B.C.
With spring hockey more popular then ever in British Columbia, spring tournaments are becoming a big deal across the province. One of the biggest tourneys of the season is the Whistler International All Star Tournament, running over 24 days from June 19 to July 12.
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