KIJHL

The North Okanagan Knights and Princeton Posse are currently tied for fourth place in the KIJHL’s Bill Ohlhausen Division with five points each. The Posse defeated the Knights 4-1 Friday in Princeton. The two teams meet again this Saturday, Nov. 6, at the Nor-Val Sports Centre. Black Press file photo)

North Okanagan Knights give away valuable point

KIJHL: Knights led three-goal lead slip away vs Summerland, lose 5-4 in overtime

The North Okanagan Knights and Princeton Posse are currently tied for fourth place in the KIJHL’s Bill Ohlhausen Division with five points each. The Posse defeated the Knights 4-1 Friday in Princeton. The two teams meet again this Saturday, Nov. 6, at the Nor-Val Sports Centre. Black Press file photo)
The North Okanagan Knights scored a 5-1 win over the visiting Kelowna Chiefs in their lone KIJHL weekend game Friday, Oct. 22, at Armstrong’s Nor-Val Sports Centre. (Black Press - file photo)

North Okanagan Knights roll past Kelowna

KIJHL: Hometown Knights score 5-1 victory for second win of the season

The North Okanagan Knights scored a 5-1 win over the visiting Kelowna Chiefs in their lone KIJHL weekend game Friday, Oct. 22, at Armstrong’s Nor-Val Sports Centre. (Black Press - file photo)
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Delta to host B.C. Junior ‘B’ hockey’s Cyclone Taylor Cup championship next April

The 2021 tournament was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

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A KIJHL franchise could begin playing in Quesnel in fall of 2022. (File Photo)

Summerland steams past North Okanagan Knights

KIJHL: North OK, Summerland, Chase Heat split weekend encounters as each goes 1-1

A KIJHL franchise could begin playing in Quesnel in fall of 2022. (File Photo)
KIJHL games have been postponed through Dec. 31. (File Photo)

North Okanagan Knights fall to 0-3

KIJHL squad drops weekend pair

KIJHL games have been postponed through Dec. 31. (File Photo)
The Sicamous Eagles salute the crowd at the recreation centre after their 3-1 win over the North Okanagan Knights in the Eagles’ KIJHL regular-season home opener. (Facebook video)

Sicamous Eagles topple North Okanagan Knights

Eagles score 3-1 win in KIJHL home opener

The Sicamous Eagles salute the crowd at the recreation centre after their 3-1 win over the North Okanagan Knights in the Eagles’ KIJHL regular-season home opener. (Facebook video)
Veteran Cade Enns (9) will be one of the key returnees for the North Okanagan Knights as the dawn of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s regular-season draws near. (Morning Star - file photo)

North Okanagan Knights flock to Sicamous to face Eagles

Puck drop on KIJHL regular-season goes Friday; Knights and Eagles play Saturday

  • Sep 28, 2021
Veteran Cade Enns (9) will be one of the key returnees for the North Okanagan Knights as the dawn of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s regular-season draws near. (Morning Star - file photo)
The North Okanagan Knights will begin the KIJHL regular season Saturday, Oct. 2, 0n the road against the Eagles in Sicamous. (Morning Star - file photo)

North Okanagan Knights showcase squad at weekend exhibition

KIJHL team suffers losses against Kamloops and Fernie, plays Kelowna to a draw

The North Okanagan Knights will begin the KIJHL regular season Saturday, Oct. 2, 0n the road against the Eagles in Sicamous. (Morning Star - file photo)
The North Okanagan Knights had a win and a tie against the Chase Heat as both teams kicked off their KIJHL exhibition season. (Morning Star - file photo)

North Okanagan Knights score win, tie as KIJHL exhibition begins

Knights beat Chase Heat 3-1, teams play to 1-1 draw

The North Okanagan Knights had a win and a tie against the Chase Heat as both teams kicked off their KIJHL exhibition season. (Morning Star - file photo)
The Spokane Braves (white jerseys) will not participate in the upcoming 2021-22 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season due to travel uncertainty between Canada and the United States. (File photo)

Spokane opts out of KIJHL season

American club cites travel uncertainty between Canada and the U.S. for dropping out

The Spokane Braves (white jerseys) will not participate in the upcoming 2021-22 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season due to travel uncertainty between Canada and the United States. (File photo)
Former North Okanagan Knights forward Owen Spannier of Lake Country has signed with the expansion Okanagan Lakers of the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League. (AE Images)

Lake Country hockey forward signs with expansion college club

Owen Spannier of the KIJHL’s North Okanagan Knights will play for the Okanagan Lakers, based at UBCO/Okanagan College of the BCIHL

  • Aug 18, 2021
Former North Okanagan Knights forward Owen Spannier of Lake Country has signed with the expansion Okanagan Lakers of the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League. (AE Images)
The North Okanagan Knights, Kelowna Chiefs and all Kootenay International Junior Hockey League players, bench staff and on-ice officials must be fully vaccinated to prior to the start of the 2021-22 season as the league announced its COVID-19 policy Monday, Aug. 16. (File photo)

Vaccines required for all in KIJHL

Full vaccinations required before start of season; one dose before any training camps

The North Okanagan Knights, Kelowna Chiefs and all Kootenay International Junior Hockey League players, bench staff and on-ice officials must be fully vaccinated to prior to the start of the 2021-22 season as the league announced its COVID-19 policy Monday, Aug. 16. (File photo)
The Kelowna Chiefs will be among the North Okanagan Knights’ four KIJHL pre-season opponents prior to the start of the 2021-22 regular-season. (Morning Star - file photo)

Four foes, five pre-season games for North Okanagan Knights

KIJHL squad kicks off the exhibition slate Sept. 17 in Chase against the Heat

The Kelowna Chiefs will be among the North Okanagan Knights’ four KIJHL pre-season opponents prior to the start of the 2021-22 regular-season. (Morning Star - file photo)
KIJHL games have been postponed through Dec. 31. (File photo)

KIJHL postpones all games through end of 2020

Due to provincial health orders, games up to Dec. 31 have been pushed back

KIJHL games have been postponed through Dec. 31. (File photo)
North Okanagan Knights KIJHL Junior B Hockey League players Ethan Matchim (from left), Cade Enns and Jake Dubinsky helped out a toy drive organized by Vernon’s COBS Bread. (Photo submitted)

Trio of North Okanagan Knights give assist to toy drive

KIJHL players help out Vernon bread store with toy drive

North Okanagan Knights KIJHL Junior B Hockey League players Ethan Matchim (from left), Cade Enns and Jake Dubinsky helped out a toy drive organized by Vernon’s COBS Bread. (Photo submitted)
The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League is mouring the death of former president Len Dergousoff of Salmon Arm. The longtime Revelstoke Grizziies board member, who was president from 1999-2002, lost a year-long battle with cancer at age 80. (Dergousoff family photo)

Former KIJHL president dies after cancer battle

Len Dergousoff, 80, of Salmon Arm, was longtime Revelstoke Grizzlies exec, president 1999-2002

The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League is mouring the death of former president Len Dergousoff of Salmon Arm. The longtime Revelstoke Grizziies board member, who was president from 1999-2002, lost a year-long battle with cancer at age 80. (Dergousoff family photo)
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Chase Heat burn North Okanagan Knights before COVID-19 pauses KIJHL

The Knights lost 7-3 Friday, one day before the league announced a two-week pause due to COVID-19

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The The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) announced a pause on all regular season play until Dec. 8, 2020 at the earliest, following the latest province-wide restrictions due to COVID-19. (Tyler Harper/Black Press)

KIJHL pauses play for two weeks in wake of new COVID-19 restrictions

The league will cease playing regular season games until Dec. 8 at the earliest

The The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) announced a pause on all regular season play until Dec. 8, 2020 at the earliest, following the latest province-wide restrictions due to COVID-19. (Tyler Harper/Black Press)
The KIJHL is proceeding with this weekend’s scheduled games despite new COVID-19 restrictions. (File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)

KIJHL proceeds with weekend games despite new COVID-19 restrictions

The league falls entirely within Interior Health and is already playing within four-team cohorts

The KIJHL is proceeding with this weekend’s scheduled games despite new COVID-19 restrictions. (File photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS)
The Kamloops Storm (dark jerseys) spoiled the North Okanagan Knights’ Kootenay International Junior Hockey League regular-season home opener Sunday, Nov. 15, with a 3-2 overtime win at Armstrong’s Nor-Val Sports Centre. (Morning Star - file photo)

Storm spoil North Okanagan Knights’ home opener

Kamloops scores 3-2 overtime win Sunday, Nov. 15, at Nor-Val Sports Centre

The Kamloops Storm (dark jerseys) spoiled the North Okanagan Knights’ Kootenay International Junior Hockey League regular-season home opener Sunday, Nov. 15, with a 3-2 overtime win at Armstrong’s Nor-Val Sports Centre. (Morning Star - file photo)