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BCHL Next Generation: Powell River Kings

In the weeks leading up to the start of the 2022-23 season, we will be going team-by-team to profile new players coming in for the upcoming year. This will include recaps of offseason commitments and acquisitions, as well as scouting reports from the coaches. We have moved into the Coastal Conference. Next up is the […]

Top Goaltender Award renamed the Michael Garteig Trophy

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. Over the next two weeks, the league will unveil these changes. The first award to have its name changed is the league’s […]

BCHL Podcast: Apr. 15, 2022 (Noah Serdachny, Brian Maloney & Michael Garteig)

We’ve got a jam-packed episode for you this week! Our first interview is with Salmon Arm Silverbacks forward and BCHL Playoff leading scorer Noah Serdachny (3:20). We also speak with Chilliwack Chiefs head coach Brian Maloney (13:05) and BCHL alumnus Michael Garteig (38:00) who played three years in the league with the Powell River Kings […]

BCHL Podcast: Mar. 18 (Kyle Greentree & Mike Di Stefano)

We are doubling down on 60th Anniversary content this week with two notable alumni on the show. We speak with former Victoria Salsa player and 10-year pro Kyle Greentree (3:08) who sits third all-time in BCHL points and goals. We also catch up with the league’s leader in games played and that is Mike Di […]

Powell River’s Parker Lalonde named High School Player of the Month

Powell River Kings forward Parker Lalonde has been named the February High School Player of the Month, presented by Eligibility Wizard. This award is for players 18-years-old or younger who are attending high school full time and is based on in-class and on-ice performance. Lalonde racked up nine points in 11 February games on five […]

Save-On-Foods Billet Families of the Month: January

The BCHL and Save-On-Foods are proud to once again recognize billet families from across the league for going the extra mile to support BCHL players off the ice with the Billet Families of the Month award. Throughout the season, the league will recognize one billet family from each team and the outstanding work they do […]

3 BCHL alumni named to Canadian Olympic hockey roster

Hockey Canada announced its men’s hockey roster for the 2022 Beijing Olympics today, which includes three BCHL alumni. Powell River Kings alumnus Daniel Carr, Salmon Arm Silverbacks grad Ben Street and former Vernon Viper and Surrey Eagle Adam Tambellini have all been named to the team. In addition, Trail Smoke Eaters alumnus and current University […]

BCHL makes schedule changes due to province’s flooding and transportation issues

Due to flooding in Merritt and in the Fraser Valley and the closures of major highways throughout the province, the BC Hockey League has made changes to its upcoming schedule. Eight games this weekend will be postponed, while another two regional games will be added to the schedule. Postponed: Date Teams Location Friday, Nov. 19 […]

BCHL Next Generation: Powell River Kings

In the weeks leading up to the start of the 2021-22 regular season, we will be going team-by-team to profile new players coming in for the upcoming year. This will include recaps of offseason commitments and acquisitions, as well as scouting reports from the coaches. Next up is the Powell River Kings. The Kings finished […]

Martini reflects on 5-year, 200-game BCHL career

Photo credit: Garrett James Photography By Sheldon Lee For the Penticton Vees, it was yet another spectacular season. The club ended this year’s condensed schedule with the highest point total in the BCHL, finishing an almost-perfect season with 37 of a possible 40 points over 20 games. In those 20 games, the Vees only surrendered […]