Mikrogiannakis commits to RIT

An integral part of the Cowichan Valley Capitals attack this season, defenceman Dimitri Mikrogiannakis’ strong play has not gone unnoticed as he has earned a scholarship to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Tigers for the 2020-21 season. Along with fellow dman and Caps leading scorer David Melaragni, Mikrogiannakis has been leading the charge from […]

Caps vs. Kings

Tonight – Cowichan Valley Capitals (1-5-1-1) at Powell River Kings (5-2-0-0) 7 p.m. at  Hap Parker Arena in Powell River Presented by the BCIHL TICKETS WATCH ON HOCKEYTV Previous Meetings This is the first meeting of the season between these Island Division rivals. Last year, the teams met eight times, with the Kings winning four […]

MacTavish headed to Wisconsin-Superior

With a year as captain of his BCHL team now on his resume, Cowichan Valley Capitals forward has decided on a college hockey opportunity for next season. After his lone BCHL campaign in 2017-18, MacTavish will suit up next season at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. The native of Kanata, Ont. posted 13 goals and 25 […]

Coughlin off to Regina next year

Cowichan Valley Capitals forward Tate Coughlin has commited to the University of Regina Cougars for the 2018-19 season. Coughlin finished third in team scoring in 2017-18 with 33 points in 33 regular-season games. The 6-foot-2, 187-pound Victoria native also had nine points in 13 games the previous season with the Nanaimo Clippers. He finishes with […]

Chen signs with Alabama Huntsville

Cowichan Valley Capitals defenceman Simon Chen has committed to play for the University of Alabama Huntsville Chargers for the 2018-19 season. Chen played over 100 regular-season games in the BCHL and amassed 15 points over two seasons with the Capitals. The 20-year-old from Beijing, China also represented his country in Division II Group B of […]

Postseason plans

As announced in the fall, the 2018 BC Ford Dealers Road to the Fred Page Cup BCHL playoffs will have a different look from last year. This season, there will be no byes and 16 teams will earn a spot in the postseason with two of those being wild-card berths. As of today, the Merritt […]

Pochipinski inks with Tigers

Everything has gone up for Cowichan Capitals forward Ty Pochipinski in his second BCHL season and he’s parlayed those increases into a future in NCAA hockey. He’s tripled his goals and assist totals and doubled his penalty minutes and now he’s gained a scholarship to Colorado College, which just so happens to be in his […]

Caps vs. Clips: Game Preview

Contributed by Jesse Adamson for BCHL communications Tonight – Cowichan Valley Capitals (2-16-2-0) at Nanaimo Clippers (9-9-1-1) 7 p.m. at Frank Crane Arena in Nanaimo. TICKETS WATCH ON HOCKEYTV Previous Meetings The two teams met in the first weekend of the season on Sept. 9 when Nanaimo won convincingly 8-3. The Clippers gave up the first […]

Newton commits to Alaska

It’s never too late to get some good news. While the new season is already getting close, Cowichan Valley Capitals forward Max Newton recently got confirmation he’s going off to NCAA Div. I hockey at the University of Alaska. The native of Vancouver notched career highs with 25 goals and 34 assists last season, his […]

Skapski inks with Ryerson

With his junior hockey eligibility expiring, Cowichan Valley Capitals forward Mitch Skapski will head to Ontario for his college hockey career. The product of Abbotsford, B.C. has committed to the Ryerson University Rams of USports for the 2017-18 season. The Rams are based out of Toronto, Ont. and play in the West division of Ontario […]