The 2016 Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) Championships get underway on Wednesday, March 9 in Penticton, B.C. Thirty-nine teams will be in action as champions will be crowned at the Midget Prep, Midget Varsity, Elite 15s, Bantam Prep and Bantam Varsity levels.
The Canadian Sport School Hockey League inaugurated in 2009, but it was in 2013 when the league went through major expansion and also introduced the formation of the Elite 15s Division that it really took off.
The Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association hosted the 57th annual Peewee Jamboree over the Christmas Break. The Jamboree has been the marquee tournament for the association since the early 1960’s, where it was once one of the only tournaments of its calibre in BC.
From a study focusing on the rising costs of minor hockey, another year of drafts, the training of elite female players to the crowning of three new HockeyNow Minor Hockey Players of the Year, a lot happened in the world of minor hockey in 2015.
1) Top 5 Most Improved Draft-Eligible CHLers
2) John Dahlstrom Pulls Out All The Stops in Medicine Hat’s Final Days of the Season
3) Cobourg Cougars Prepare for RBC Cup after OJHL Elimination
4) Well-Traveled Junior Player Hoping To Conclude Career With Championship
5) The Modern Age of Minor Hockey