12 BCHL alums set to play for Stanley Cup

The qualifying round is now complete and the 16-team field is officially set for the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This year’s postseason is unlike any other, but one thing remains the same, and that’s the fact that there are several BCHL alumni vying for hockey’s ultimate prize with 12 players participating in the tournament. Calgary […]

BCHL Draft History

Photo credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA Today Over the years, the BCHL has built a rich history of players being selected at the NHL Draft. From the first player from the league being selected in the 1975 draft to having three first-rounders in the same draft in 2016, the BCHL has had a presence on NHL […]

BCHL announces new boss

The BCHL is pleased to announce Chris Hebb as the league’s new commissioner, effective immediately. Hebb is a former senior executive with two of the biggest sports and entertainment companies in Canada – Orca Bay Sports and Entertainment (OBSE) in Vancouver and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) in Toronto. From 2006 to 2013, Hebb […]

Jost signs with Avalanche

Amazing how much can change in less than a year. At this point in 2016, Tyson Jost was just mulling over the end of the Penticton Vees season, the upcoming U18 World Championships in North Dakota, the NHL Draft and his freshman season at the University of North Dakota. Today, he’s on the cusp of […]

Jost earns spot on NCHC freshman squad

Add another line to the already-impressive hockey resume of Penticton Vees alum Tyson Jost. Posting a little better than a point per game to finish second in team scoring as a freshman with the University of North Dakota, Jost earned a spot on the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) all-rookie team. Jost registered 14-15-29 in […]

Jost, Fabbro make Team Canada

TORONTO, Ont. and MONTREAL, Que. – With Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Selection Camp rolling to a close with an 8-0 win over the Czech Republic, Hockey Canada has named the 22 players who will represent the country at the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship in Toronto and Montreal. The only two invites to […]

Jost earns conference recognition

Playing on the biggest stage of his NCAA career to date – and without benefit of his star linemate – Tyson Jost showed again he’s equal to the challenge. In a non-conference game at Madison Square Garden in New York – with regular linemate Brock Boeser sidelined with injury – Jost scored twice in the […]

Jost, Fabbro named to WJC selection camp

BCHL graduates Tyson Jost and Dante Fabbro are two of the 32 players named to Hockey Canada’s National Junior Team Selection Camp roster Tuesday. The two NCAA freshmen are the only college players invited to the camp. Jost his off to a great start at the University of North Dakota, as he sits third in […]

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Jost drafted by Avalanche

Penticton Vees centre, and captain, Tyson Jost was drafted 10th overall by the Colorado Avalanche Friday night at the NHL Entry Draft in Buffalo. He joins Kyle Turris (third to Phoenix Coyotes in 2007) as the only top-10 NHL draft picks in BCHL history. Jost was available backstage at the draft: Tyson Jost on being […]