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More NCAA awards for BCHL grads

The holiday break did nothing to interrupt the fine work being done in NCAA hockey by several BCHL grads. Chilliwack Chiefs alum Aidan Pelino of Bentley University was named the Atlantic Hockey Association goalie of the month while his teammate and former Trail Smoke Eaters standout Luke Santerno was named the conference’s rookie of the […]

Flanagan heading to Colorado College

After one season in the BCHL, Langley Rivermen defenceman Mckay Flanagan is heading back to the U.S. for his college hockey career. The Rivermen announced on May 10 that the native of Ridgefield, Conn. has committed to the Colorado College Tigers, an NCAA Div.I program in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC). The 20-year old rookie was an important piece […]

Mokhtari to play at Colorado College

Playing in one of the toughest conferences in NCAA hockey, Colorado College has bolstered its lineup with more and more BCHL talent. The latest name to join the ranks of recruited players to the Tigers is Victoria Grizzlies forward Keyvan Mokhtari, who is committed for the 2018-19 season. Mokhtari authored 19 goals and 17 assists […]

Conzo commits to Colorado College

Troy Conzo has moved progressively further west in his Junior hockey journey and in the west is where he’ll stay as he moves to the college ranks. The product of Nesconset, N.Y., on Long Island, went to New Jersey, Des Moines, Iowa and then Wenatchee where he’s been for the past three seasons. This fall, […]

Caps’ Kehoe commits to Tigers

It’s been almost two months since Kade Kehoe last played a competitive game but he knows there will be plenty more in his future now that he’s locked up an NCAA Div. I commitment for next season. The Cowichan Valley Capitals forward will play at Colorado College starting this fall. The native of Saskatoon led […]

Halloran lands ride to CC

Prior to the start of the season, Trail Smoke Eaters coach Nick Deschenes suspected first-year BCHLer Nick Halloran would be a key component to the team’s offence. Turns out he was right on the money. Halloran leads the team with 20 goals and 35 points and that prompted Colorado College to come calling. The product of […]