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BCHL taking out-of-conference games off the schedule for rest of 2021-22 season

The league is shifting to regional matchups with travel still hindered province wide

 

Chilliwack’s Cameron Johnson is one of 24 BCHL skaters added to an online all-star ballot along with eight goaltenders. (Darren Francis photo)

BCHL adds 24 skaters, 8 goaltenders to online all-star ballot

Voting is open until Tuesday to determine which six skaters and four goalies make the game

 

Chilliwack Chief Abram Wiebe is one of 18 BCHLers named to the All-Star three-on-three tournament following a poll of league coaches. (Darren Francis photo)

BCHL coaches determine initial 18 skaters for three-on-three all-star tournament

Remaining all-stars will be determined through online fan voting

 

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Flooding fallout forces BCHL to postpone more games

Nine matches are being pushed back, but the junior A league has also added nine regional games

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BCHL postpones eight games due to flooding

The homes of the Chilliwack Chiefs and Merritt Centennials have been particularly hard hit

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Vernon Vipers forward Kjell Kjemhus (right) tangles with Brady Milburn of the Chlliwack Chiefs during the B.C. Hockey League’s Showcase Tournament Saturday, Oct. 23, in Chilliwack. The three-Milburn game Reagan Milburn and the Vipers defeat Brady, Connor Milburn and the Chiefs 4-1. (Twitter/@Chiefs_Hockey photo)

UPDATE: Vernon Vipers sweep BCHL Showcase games

Vipers finish the two-game event with 3-0 shutout over Alberni Valley Bulldogs

Vernon Vipers forward Kjell Kjemhus (right) tangles with Brady Milburn of the Chlliwack Chiefs during the B.C. Hockey League’s Showcase Tournament Saturday, Oct. 23, in Chilliwack. The three-Milburn game Reagan Milburn and the Vipers defeat Brady, Connor Milburn and the Chiefs 4-1. (Twitter/@Chiefs_Hockey photo)
Vernon Vipers forward Kjell Kjemhus (right) tangles with Brady Milburn of the Chlliwack Chiefs during the B.C. Hockey League’s Showcase Tournament Saturday, Oct. 23, in Chilliwack. The three-Milburn game Reagan Milburn and the Vipers defeat Brady, Connor Milburn and the Chiefs 4-1. (Twitter/@Chiefs_Hockey photo)

UPDATE: Vernon Vipers sweep BCHL Showcase games

Vipers finish the two-game event with 3-0 shutout over Alberni Valley Bulldogs

Vernon Vipers forward Kjell Kjemhus (right) tangles with Brady Milburn of the Chlliwack Chiefs during the B.C. Hockey League’s Showcase Tournament Saturday, Oct. 23, in Chilliwack. The three-Milburn game Reagan Milburn and the Vipers defeat Brady, Connor Milburn and the Chiefs 4-1. (Twitter/@Chiefs_Hockey photo)
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BCHL takes another step towards eliminating fighting

The BCHL claims it will have the stiffest anti-fighting measures of any North American league

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BCHL

BCHL pushes back season start due to provincial health orders

The delay is minimal, just six days, for now. But the league is open to starting up after Christmas

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Penticton Vees affiliate player Massimo Rizzo cruises with the puck into the Brooks Bandits zone during Western Canada Cup action at the South Okanagan Events Centre last season.                                Steve Kidd/Western News

Rosters set for BCHL players at U17 World Challenge

BCHL players from Chilliwack, Penticton, Vernon and Victoria suit up against the world

Penticton Vees affiliate player Massimo Rizzo cruises with the puck into the Brooks Bandits zone during Western Canada Cup action at the South Okanagan Events Centre last season.                                Steve Kidd/Western News
Vees edge Chiefs to advance to RBC Cup

Vees edge Chiefs to advance to RBC Cup

Captain Nicholas Jones had a three-point night to push the Penticton Vees past Chilliwack

Vees edge Chiefs to advance to RBC Cup
Vees iced by Chiefs

Vees iced by Chiefs

A lack of execution hurt the Penticton Vees in their loss to Chilliwack in the WCC

Vees iced by Chiefs
Bandits down Chiefs in WCC opener

Bandits down Chiefs in WCC opener

Five unaswered goals lift Bandits to victory over Chiefs

  • Apr 29, 2017
Bandits down Chiefs in WCC opener
Players to watch in the Western Canada Cup

Players to watch in the Western Canada Cup

Several scouts will be on hand to watch top talent in the Western Canada Cup

  • Apr 28, 2017
Players to watch in the Western Canada Cup
Western Canada Cup features the best field yet

Western Canada Cup features the best field yet

The top five teams in Western Canada square off over the next nine days in the Western Canada Cup

Western Canada Cup features the best field yet
Penticton Vees forward Duncan Campbell scored the OT winner to help the wins win the Fred Page Cup over the Chilliwack Chiefs in Game 7 on April 25.                                File photo

Penticton Vees win Fred Page Cup

The Penticton Vees won the BCHL Fred Page Cup in overtime over the Chilliwack Chiefs

  • Apr 25, 2017
Penticton Vees forward Duncan Campbell scored the OT winner to help the wins win the Fred Page Cup over the Chilliwack Chiefs in Game 7 on April 25.                                File photo
WCC tickets selling fast, attracting Western Canadian fans

WCC tickets selling fast, attracting Western Canadian fans

Tickets are starting to go fast for the 2017 Western Canada Cup, presented by Sun Life Financial.

WCC tickets selling fast, attracting Western Canadian fans
Vees lose in OT, Chiefs force Game 7

Vees lose in OT, Chiefs force Game 7

The boo birds rained heavily in the South Okanagan Events Centre Monday night.

Vees lose in OT, Chiefs force Game 7
(Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Chilliwack Chiefs force Penticton Vees to Game 6

Penticton Vees blow a two goal lead in the 4-2 loss

(Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)
Penticton Vees Nicholas Jones attempts to stick handle past Chilliwack Chiefs defender Davis Bunz with Will Calverley in hot pursuit in the first period of Wednesday’s BC Hockey Leaue Fred Page Cup playoff game at the South Okanagan Events Centre.                                Mark Brett/Western News

Vees have stranglehold on Chiefs in BCHL finals

Penticton Vees using the old adage — if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

Penticton Vees Nicholas Jones attempts to stick handle past Chilliwack Chiefs defender Davis Bunz with Will Calverley in hot pursuit in the first period of Wednesday’s BC Hockey Leaue Fred Page Cup playoff game at the South Okanagan Events Centre.                                Mark Brett/Western News