Each of those teams will begin tryouts next week, with the Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey Association regular seasons not scheduled to open until October. He started coaching when he quit playing the game, but took off last season to work as a scout for the WHL's Prince George Cougars. The year-old, who played for the WolfPack the past two seasons, has coached the bantam Tier 1 and midget Tier 1 teams in the past.
Moving into the - season, BC Hockey will continue to work with District Associations in the operation of a zone program. This webpage will provide you with an overview of the Zone Program and the most up-to-date information and will be updated as additional information is confirmed. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact BC Hockey at or info bchockey.
For one period out of the six they played this past weekend, the Prince George Coast Inn of the North Cougars resembled the team that dominated last season as provincial champions of the Tier 1 midget hockey division. Unfortunately for the Cougars, they were not able to replicate that pace in the other five periods and lost both of their Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey Association games on home ice to the Central Okanagan Rockets. On Sunday at Rolling Mix Concrete Arena, the Rockets were held to just seven first-period shots but two of them ended up in the net.
South Zone will host Game 2 on Saturday, with puck-drop slated for a. The Blazers and Prince George-based North Central Zone finished tied atop zone league standings with matching records ofbut Thompson claimed regular-season-champion status based on tiebreakers. Thompson finished zone league play last weekend, tying North Zone on Saturday and falling to North Zone on Sunday. Just the crowd, playing in front of a packed crowd.
It takes a lot of volunteers to make Merritt Minor Hockey run smoothly. As a way to mark Hockey Canada Week this year, the B. Amateur Hockey Association recognized a number of its most dedicated volunteers.
Lillooet Minor Hockey is celebrating as both our Midget Girls and Bantam Girls teams brought home district championship banner after beating Kelowna teams in their playoffs. The league had teams from Kelowna, Kamloops and Penticton, amongst others. The Girls had a bye in the first round of the playoffs, then faced Merritt in the second round.
In the peewee division, the South Okanagan Junior Coyotes, fresh off a two-game sweep of Salmon Arm in the first round which saw them outscore their opponentopened the second round with an easy victory over Winfield in a game played Sunday in Osoyoos. The teams will meet back in Winfield this coming Saturday, Feb. German Barhona earned the shutout, while Levi Holz scored a pair of goals.