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BCHL Podcast: July 29 (Kyle Turris & Jeff Tambellini)

On this week’s episode of the BCHL Podcast, we connect with a pair of BCHL legends with plenty of college and NHL experience. Our first interview is with Burnaby Express alumnus and 14-year NHL veteran Kyle Turris (4:13) who recently had the Kyle Turris Community Award named after him. We also speak with former Chilliwack […]

BCHL adds Jeff Tambellini Trophy for playoff MVP

At the most recent BCHL Annual General Meeting, the Board of Governors unanimously voted in favour of updating the names of several year-end awards, as well as adding a pair of new trophies. Today, the league unveiled the final new award. The BCHL has added a year-end honour for the Most Valuable Player of the […]

BCHL Podcast: Sep. 23 (Wade MacLeod, Quinn Emerson & Mirko Buttazzoni)

The BCHL Podcast is back with the first episode of the 2021-22 season! On this week’s episode we speak with former Merritt Centennial and Northeastern University forward Wade MacLeod (3:28) who shares the story of his courageous battle with brain cancer and his return to pro hockey after taking three years off. We also talk […]

Lowry learns ropes as rookie pro

After years of minor hockey, junior and a four-season NCAA career at Cornell, Victoria Grizzlies alum Joel Lowry has just finished his first season where he got paid to play. Lowry was a rookie forward with the American Hockey League’s Ontario Reign (in the California city, not the Canadian province). The experience added another layer […]

Lucic recalls BCHL roots

Photo courtesy of Garrett James Photography (Submitted by Alex Hoegler, BCHL Communications) An important season in the BCHL paved the way for Los Angeles Kings forward Milan Lucic to make a name for himself in the pros. The 6-foot-4, 233-pound standout said that playing a year with the Coquitlam Express in 2004-05 helped him develop […]