Katzalay nets Player of the Week honours

Photo credit: Garrett James Photography Surrey Eagles forward Holden Katzalay has been named the FortisBC BCHL Player of the Week for the week ending Apr. 25. The Vancouver, B.C. native had eight points in just three games last week, scoring three times and adding five assists in three Eagles wins. Last Monday, Katzalay had a […]

BC Born: Mathieu Caron

By Sheldon Lee Mathieu Caron’s destiny could very well have been laid out before him long before his ability to even form memories had developed.  The Chilliwack Chiefs goaltender says he got started between the pipes around the age of six months old. “As the story goes, I was at the babysitter’s, who had some […]

BCHL Podcast: Apr. 23 (Tyson Jugnauth, Kaeden Lane & Noah Serdachny)

Photo credits: Tami Quan (Jugnauth), Lisa Mazurek Photography (Serdachny) This week’s guests include West Kelowna Warriors defenceman Tyson Jugnauth (2:20) who currently leads all BCHL blueliners in scoring, Penticton Vees goalie Kaeden Lane (13:43) who is the reigning BCHL Player of the Week and Salmon Arm Silverbacks forward Noah Serdachny (21:41) who is tied for […]

NHL Bloodlines: Garrett Valk

Trail Smoke Eaters defenceman Garrett Valk was born in October of 2002, which happened to also be the final season his father Garry would play in the NHL. Garry wrapped up a 13-year NHL career at the conclusion of the 2002-2003 season, which he spent with the Chicago Blackhawks and their AHL affiliate the Norfolk […]

Save-On-Foods Billet Family of the Week (Chilliwack Pod)

The BCHL and Save-On-Foods have partnered to recognize billet families from across the league for going the extra mile to support BCHL players off the ice with the Billet Family of the Week award. Throughout the season, we will be going pod-by-pod to recognize one billet family from each team and the outstanding work they […]

Vees goalie Lane named BCHL Player of the Week

Penticton Vees goaltender Kaeden Lane has been named the FortisBC BCHL Player of the Week for the week ending Apr. 18. The 19-year-old from Burnaby, B.C. started four of the Vees five games last week and posted a 3-1-0 record with two shutouts. Over that stretch, Lane had a save percentage of .966 and a […]

BCHL and Canucks Alumni name 10 scholarship recipients

The BCHL along with the Vancouver Canucks Alumni are proud to announce a new set of scholarship recipients for the 2020-21 season. Since 1987, the BCHL and the Canucks Alumni have provided scholarships to players who have graduated from the BCHL with the goal of continuing their academic careers. The recipients of the scholarships are […]

BCHL Podcast: April 16 (Stephen Castagna, Ryan Tattle & Aaron Bohlinger)

Photo credits: Chaisson Creative (Castagna), Garrett James Photography (Tattle) It’s another jam-packed episode of the BCHL Podcast, presented by FortisBC. This week’s guests include Alberni Valley Bulldogs F Stephen Castagna (1:58) who is coming off a BCHL Player of the Week award. We also chat with Coquitlam Express F Ryan Tattle (18:45) who made news […]

NHL Bloodlines: Tristan Amonte

The 1996 World Cup of Hockey was a landmark moment for USA Hockey. The Americans were up against the powerhouse Team Canada in a best-of-three series to crown a tournament champion in the first best-on-best international competition since the 1991 Canada Cup. After dropping the first game in overtime, Team USA won Game 2 to […]

BC Born: Ryan Tattle

Ryan Tattle’s path to the BCHL may be considered unorthodox. Some might even call him a late bloomer. At 16-years-old, he was cut from the U18 team he tried out for and ended up playing minor hockey in his hometown of Port Moody, B.C. Fast forward two years later and Tattle was an everyday player […]