BC Minor Hockey

Vancouver Canucks defenceman Kyle Burroughs hands his stick to Semiahmoo Ravens U13 player Connor Clark, who used an old photo taken of him and No. 44 to get the Canuck’s attention during warmup before their game against the Las Vegas Golden Knights in Las Vegas on Nov. 26. (Vancouver Canucks photo)

‘Positive’ Las Vegas experience for Semiahmoo Ravens U13 minor hockey team

Weekend tournament rewards one young hockey fan with memorable Vancouver Canucks memento

 

Mayor-elect Brenda Locke drops the puck between Keegan Bankier (Cloverdale U18 A1 Assistant Captain, left) and Kai Sloan (South Delta Storm U18 A1 Captain) for a ceremonial faceoff at a Cloverdale Colts game Oct. 20. The ceremony was held to celebrate 50 years of the Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association. Others in the picture from left: Craig Sherbaty (CMHA director of hockey), Cam Miller (former player and emcee), Linda Annis (councillor), Rob Stutt (councillor-elect and CMHA lifetime member), Mike Bose (councillor-elect and CMHA lifetime member), and Deanna Cox (CMHA president). (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

Cloverdale Minor Hockey Association celebrates 50 years

Special ceremony held at Cloverdale Arena Oct. 20

 

The Semiamoo Ravens’ third jerseys – with a logo designed by Semiahmoo First Nation artist Roxanne Charles – were unveiled last May by the minor hockey association. The logo will be incorporated into the jerseys of the Surrey Eagles, Chilliwack Chiefs and White Rock Whalers during games on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 (Contributed graphic)

Hockey teams partner with Semiahmoo First Nation to support residential school survivors

Semiahmoo Ravens, Surrey Eagles and White Rock Whalers to play Sept. 30 and Oct. 1

The Semiamoo Ravens’ third jerseys – with a logo designed by Semiahmoo First Nation artist Roxanne Charles – were unveiled last May by the minor hockey association. The logo will be incorporated into the jerseys of the Surrey Eagles, Chilliwack Chiefs and White Rock Whalers during games on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 (Contributed graphic)
Longtime South Surrey resident Scott Ackles has been named the new executive director for Semiahmoo Ravens Hockey. (File photos)

Scott Ackles named new executive director of Semiahmoo Ravens Hockey

Longtime sports executive replaces former director Dave Newson

Longtime South Surrey resident Scott Ackles has been named the new executive director for Semiahmoo Ravens Hockey. (File photos)
This artist’s rendering shows the new Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex looking north from the Fairgrounds toward 64th Avenue. (Image via City of Surrey)

City awards construction contract for new Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex

Rink project scheduled to break ground in August

This artist’s rendering shows the new Cloverdale Sport & Ice Complex looking north from the Fairgrounds toward 64th Avenue. (Image via City of Surrey)
Mason Beaupit of the Spokane Chiefs makes a save during the 2022 CHL/NHL Top Prospects game in Kitchener, Ontario on March 23, 2022. (The Canadian Press/Geoff Robins photo)

South Surrey’s Mason Beaupit drafted by San Jose Sharks

‘It’s probably the best day of my life so far,’ says 18-year-old goalie

Mason Beaupit of the Spokane Chiefs makes a save during the 2022 CHL/NHL Top Prospects game in Kitchener, Ontario on March 23, 2022. (The Canadian Press/Geoff Robins photo)
A 2005-born defenceman Mazden Leslie, will attend Canada’s U18 Summer Selection Camp from July 20 to 23. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Two young Giants player off to Calgary for Canada summer camp

A 2003-born forward/captain and 2005-born defenceman

A 2005-born defenceman Mazden Leslie, will attend Canada’s U18 Summer Selection Camp from July 20 to 23. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Semiahmoo Ravens scholarship winners (left to right): Elvin Lowapongpan, Jake Chuback, Jack Severs, Ethan Olive, Maxence Dautemer, Tyler Gosal and Will Jenkins. (Contributed photo)

Semiahmoo Ravens hand out 7 scholarships to graduating players

Jake Chuback recognized with $1,000 Jack Waterfield Memorial Scholarship

Semiahmoo Ravens scholarship winners (left to right): Elvin Lowapongpan, Jake Chuback, Jack Severs, Ethan Olive, Maxence Dautemer, Tyler Gosal and Will Jenkins. (Contributed photo)
Two Semiahmoo Ravens alums – Jordan Gavin (left) and Tomas Mrsic (right) – have been invited to Hockey Canada’s U17 development camp this summer in Calgary, along with a few of their Delta Hockey Academy teammates. (Contributed photos)

Semiahmoo alums, Delta Academy players dot roster for Hockey Canada’s U17 camp

Players selected will play for Canada at World Hockey Challenge this fall in Delta and Langley

Two Semiahmoo Ravens alums – Jordan Gavin (left) and Tomas Mrsic (right) – have been invited to Hockey Canada’s U17 development camp this summer in Calgary, along with a few of their Delta Hockey Academy teammates. (Contributed photos)
Semiahmoo Ravens Hockey has updated its name, logo and uniforms – including a jersey designed by Semiahmoo First Nation artist Roxanne Charles (top right). (Contributed images)

Semiahmoo minor hockey announces rebrand, partnership with SFN

New logos, jerseys to be ready for next hockey season

Semiahmoo Ravens Hockey has updated its name, logo and uniforms – including a jersey designed by Semiahmoo First Nation artist Roxanne Charles (top right). (Contributed images)
The Semiahmoo Ravens U13 A1 team, which won a provincial championship in March, heads this week to the Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament. (Contributed photo)

Semiahmoo Ravens take flight in Quebec City

U13 A1 team opens tournament schedule at Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament May 9

The Semiahmoo Ravens U13 A1 team, which won a provincial championship in March, heads this week to the Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament. (Contributed photo)
Fraser Valley Rush team members celebrate their Pacific region championship on Saturday (April 2) at Langley Twin Rinks. Loaded with Surrey-area female hockey players, the team advances to the national Esso Cup in mid-May. (Photo: twitter.com/RushFMAAA)

What a rush for Fraser Valley female hockey team headed to national Esso Cup in mid-May

Regional champs, Fraser Valley Rush twice beat a more experienced Edmonton team over the weekend

Fraser Valley Rush team members celebrate their Pacific region championship on Saturday (April 2) at Langley Twin Rinks. Loaded with Surrey-area female hockey players, the team advances to the national Esso Cup in mid-May. (Photo: twitter.com/RushFMAAA)
Surrey Falcons U13 A1 team with their B.C. female hockey championship banner in Kamloops on Sunday evening (March 27). (Submitted photo)

Gold, silver, bronze medals for Surrey female Falcons at BC hockey championships

The club’s U13 A1 team earned B.C. banner in Kamloops

Surrey Falcons U13 A1 team with their B.C. female hockey championship banner in Kamloops on Sunday evening (March 27). (Submitted photo)
Zarek Purewal makes a pad save against the Victoria Admirals March 23 in the bronze medal game for the U18 Tier 1 (AA) provincial championships. The Cloverdale Colts lost the game 4-0. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale’s U18 A1 Colts fall short in bronze medal game

Team dropped OT thriller in semi-final

Zarek Purewal makes a pad save against the Victoria Admirals March 23 in the bronze medal game for the U18 Tier 1 (AA) provincial championships. The Cloverdale Colts lost the game 4-0. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Members of the Semiahmoo Ravens U13 A1 team celebrate after winning a B.C. U13 Tier 1 championship this week. (Contributed photo)

Semiahmoo Ravens U13 team captures second provincial Tier 1 title

Top-ranked minor-hockey squad now prepares for Quebec tournament in May

Members of the Semiahmoo Ravens U13 A1 team celebrate after winning a B.C. U13 Tier 1 championship this week. (Contributed photo)
The U15 A1 Cloverdale Colts celebrate after winning the provincial championship gold medal March 23. (Image via facebook.com/cloverdalemha)

Cloverdale Colts U15 team wins gold in Langford

Colts to hang provincial championship banner after thrilling 4-3 win

The U15 A1 Cloverdale Colts celebrate after winning the provincial championship gold medal March 23. (Image via facebook.com/cloverdalemha)
Dawson Sucke unleashes a quick wrist shot that found the back of the net and tied the game 2-2 for Cloverdale March 23 in their semi-final game against the North East Trackers. The U18 A1 Colts ultimately lost the game 3-2 in overtime. They will now play in the bronze medal game of the U18 provincial championship tournament. (The game was played after we went to press.) (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale teams to play for both bronze and gold at provincial hockey championships

Colts U15 to play for gold in Langford; Colts U18 to play for bronze after heartbreaking OT loss

Dawson Sucke unleashes a quick wrist shot that found the back of the net and tied the game 2-2 for Cloverdale March 23 in their semi-final game against the North East Trackers. The U18 A1 Colts ultimately lost the game 3-2 in overtime. They will now play in the bronze medal game of the U18 provincial championship tournament. (The game was played after we went to press.) (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Cloverdale’s U18 A1 minor hockey team has jumped out to a 2-0 record in round-robin play at the B.C. provincial championships being held at the Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex. (Submitted photo)

Cloverdale guaranteed medal round game at U18 Tier 1 provincials; U15s in same position

Colts jump out to 2-0 record, clinched berth in semi-final game

Cloverdale’s U18 A1 minor hockey team has jumped out to a 2-0 record in round-robin play at the B.C. provincial championships being held at the Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex. (Submitted photo)
Some Williams Lake U11 hockey players enjoyed a game wearing NHL jerseys at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. Back row from left, Callum Peterson - Dallas, Kalen Surette - Vegas, Mike Palmantier - Seattle, Kloey Spence - Vancouver, Tryan Rivet - Pittsburgh, Gavin Francis - Carolina, Cole Olsen - Nashville, Henry Larsson-Allan - Philadelphia, third= row from left, Deklan Fraser - Calgary, Landon Galisky - Buffalo, Matthew Boyd-Gilbert - Detroit, Easton Neuner - St. Louis, Jackson Sache - Anaheim, Flynn Kinley - Edmonton, Lane Judd - Winnipeg, second row from left, Carter McLennan - Arizona, Luc Harrison - Columbus, Sophie Johnson - New Jersey, Jayda Frizzi - New York Islanders, Parker Cook - Colorado, front row from left Zion Campbell - Toronto and Wade Hansen - Montreal. (Clay Palmantier photo)

22 NHL jerseys = fun game on ice

Williams Lake hockey dad Clay Palmantier organized the event

Some Williams Lake U11 hockey players enjoyed a game wearing NHL jerseys at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. Back row from left, Callum Peterson - Dallas, Kalen Surette - Vegas, Mike Palmantier - Seattle, Kloey Spence - Vancouver, Tryan Rivet - Pittsburgh, Gavin Francis - Carolina, Cole Olsen - Nashville, Henry Larsson-Allan - Philadelphia, third= row from left, Deklan Fraser - Calgary, Landon Galisky - Buffalo, Matthew Boyd-Gilbert - Detroit, Easton Neuner - St. Louis, Jackson Sache - Anaheim, Flynn Kinley - Edmonton, Lane Judd - Winnipeg, second row from left, Carter McLennan - Arizona, Luc Harrison - Columbus, Sophie Johnson - New Jersey, Jayda Frizzi - New York Islanders, Parker Cook - Colorado, front row from left Zion Campbell - Toronto and Wade Hansen - Montreal. (Clay Palmantier photo)