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BCHL alums join pro ranks

Again this season, with the NCAA schedule complete and NHL teams filling their rosters with young talent, there are several BCHL graduates who have been signed and have joined the pro ranks. Of the players signing, only Tyson Jost has madeΒ his NHL debut so far. Most are headed for the American Hockey League (AHL) or […]

Gongshow CJHL 3 Stars includes Vees backstop

CALGARY, Alta. (Saturday, March 11, 2017) – The Canadian Junior Hockey League announced today that goaltender Mathew Robson of the Penticton Vees (BCHL) along with forwards Logan Ferguson of the Canmore Eagles (AJHL) and Jack Jacome of the Georgetown Raiders (OJHL) have been named its Gongshow Gear 3 Stars of the Month for February. 1ST […]

Blog: An Island Perspective with Dan Marshall

Victoria Left Standing. You have to give the Victoria Grizzlies a lot of credit for buckling down and winning Game 7 of the Island Final in convincing fashion over Cowichan. For a team that is guaranteed a spot in the Royal Bank Cup, they played with tremendous character en route to 6-0 victory in the […]

An Island Perspective with Dan Marshall

One Final Party The regular season is over and a housecleaning is beginning in Alberni Valley. The first casualty is Head Coach and General Manager Bryant Perrier. After taking over as GM midway through the season, his record was certainly respectable and in the games I witnessed down the stretch the players played hard right down […]

An Island Perspective with Dan Marshall

How Do They Match Up??? We now know who the top teams are in the Island Division. Victoria, Cowichan and Nanaimo will battle it out in the first two rounds, and that it’s quite likely Victoria will have the bye while the other two go toe to toe. The first round schedule really is a […]

An Island Perspective with Dan Marshall

Smart Hockey. The BCHL’s slogan is `Smart Hockey’, but how smart is the Island Division?Looking strictly at confirmed college commitments, the division compares very favorably to the rest of the league. There are 16 players in the division that have officially committed to the NCAA, while nine players from the Mainland have committed. It’s hard […]

An Island Perspective with Dan Marshall

Which Island Team Won the Trade Deadline?The four island teams all made something happen at the trade deadline, but who won? Let’s run down the action by team:Victoria has once again added Jonathan Milhouse to the roster. He will bring more offense to a team that already has a lot of weapons. The great thing […]

An Island Perspective with Dan Marshall

How we did. All Island fans and indeed BCHL Fans had only one team to cheer for December 17th. Team West at the CJHL Prospects game took to the ice in Summerside, P.E.I. against Team East. Unfortunately, Team East prevailed 6-3 in the game. The two Island Division representatives both made an impact on the […]

An Island Perspective with Dan Marshall

The Sprint to the Break It’s just a couple of weeks before Christmas and the Island standings are starting to cluster up a bit. At the time of this writing Alberni Valley had points in four straight games with a 2-0-0-2 record. Will Colin Phaneuf, who was acquired for Ryan Depape, be an impact player on the team? […]

An Island Perspective with Dan Marshall

The Halfway PointThe Halfway Point. With November now in the rearview mirror, every team in the Island Division has hit the halfway point of the season with the exception of Nanaimo. In order it’s Victoria, Nanaimo, Cowichan and Alberni – with some separation in between each seeding. The Grizzlies have had the lead the entire […]