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This week, in advance of the Canadian Junior Hockey League trade deadline, the Surrey Eagles traded the playing right to Cade Alami to the Prince George Spruce Kings. Alami left the BCHL last month to play in the United States. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles add, subtract from roster as junior-hockey trade deadline passes

With BC Hockey League season still up in air, team makes flurry of moves

 

Jack Barnes, who was Cowichan Valley Capitals property from May 2020 until last week, scores a goal for the Penticton Vees during the 2019-20 BCHL season. (Brennan Phillips/Black Press)

COVID-crunched BCHL facing trade deadline dilemma with its 20-year-olds

Hard decisions loom when BCHL may or may not resume play

 

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BCHL season delayed once more, but league still hopes to play

The junior A league isn’t ready to sink the season, which is now pushed back into March

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Former Surrey Eagles captain Hudson Schandor (left) has been named the NCAA Hockey East Conference’s Rookie of the Week. (Garrett James photo)

Pair of former Eagles earn NCAA accolades

Hudson Schandor named Hockey East Rookie of the Week; Ashton Calder among Hobey Baker contenders

Former Surrey Eagles captain Hudson Schandor (left) has been named the NCAA Hockey East Conference’s Rookie of the Week. (Garrett James photo)
Nanaimo Clippers owner Wes Mussio. (News Bulletin file photo)

BCHL owner criticized for attending Super Bowl despite living half-time in Florida

Wes Mussio says he’s a snowbird in the Tampa Bay area and will be in the U.S. at least another month

Nanaimo Clippers owner Wes Mussio. (News Bulletin file photo)
Surrey Eagles goaltender Tommy Scarfone has agreed to a scholarship with the Rochester Institute of Technology. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles goaltender nets NCAA scholarship

Tommy Scarfone to play at Rochester Institute of Technology next season

Surrey Eagles goaltender Tommy Scarfone has agreed to a scholarship with the Rochester Institute of Technology. (Garrett James photo)
With the BCHL season stalled, South Surrey’s John Evans has left the West Kelowna Warriors and joined the USHL’s Dubuque Fighting Saints. (Photo courtesy of Dubuque Fighting Saints)

With hockey season stalled at home, South Surrey BCHLer leaves for U.S.

‘That’s the most important thing – to be able to play,’ says Evans on move to Dubuque Fighting Saints

With the BCHL season stalled, South Surrey’s John Evans has left the West Kelowna Warriors and joined the USHL’s Dubuque Fighting Saints. (Photo courtesy of Dubuque Fighting Saints)
Ben Fontaine, Ante Zlomislic and Luke Roberts have committed to the Surrey Eagles for the 2021-‘22 season. (Photos courtesy of Surrey Eagles)

Surrey Eagles ink trio of major-midget teammates for 2021-‘22 season

Ben Fontaine, Ante Zlomislic and Luke Roberts join team from Vancouver NE Chiefs

Ben Fontaine, Ante Zlomislic and Luke Roberts have committed to the Surrey Eagles for the 2021-‘22 season. (Photos courtesy of Surrey Eagles)
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BCHL delays start of the season as provincial health orders remain in place

The junior A league has been forced to abandon a plan to start in mid-January

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BCHL team can now practise together in full, after a revision to the provincial health order on Dec. 28. (Garrett James photo)

BCHL teams can practise together following revised health-order

Junior ‘A’ league commissioner still hopeful a season can be staged this year

BCHL team can now practise together in full, after a revision to the provincial health order on Dec. 28. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles captain Kieran O’Hearn has committed to Yale University. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles’ O’Hearn commits to Yale University

South Surrey defenceman was named captain of BCHL team last month

Surrey Eagles captain Kieran O’Hearn has committed to Yale University. (Garrett James photo)
Nanaimo Clippers players Jordan Naylor, left, and Trevor LeDonne drop off letters at the office of Nanaimo MLA Sheila Malcolmson, asking for her support as the team asks for reconsideration of provincial health orders banning 19-20-year-olds from practising and playing sports. (Photo submitted)

Junior hockey team in B.C. pleads for an opportunity to play during pandemic

Nanaimo Clippers’ owner questions science behind public health orders

Nanaimo Clippers players Jordan Naylor, left, and Trevor LeDonne drop off letters at the office of Nanaimo MLA Sheila Malcolmson, asking for her support as the team asks for reconsideration of provincial health orders banning 19-20-year-olds from practising and playing sports. (Photo submitted)
Kieran O’Hearn was set to captain one team at the Surrey Eagles All-Star Challenge, which had to be cancelled last week. (Garrett James photo)

New COVID-19 restrictions ground Surrey Eagles’ All-Star Challenge

BC Hockey League team hopes to be able to hold event in future

Kieran O’Hearn was set to captain one team at the Surrey Eagles All-Star Challenge, which had to be cancelled last week. (Garrett James photo)
The Surrey Eagles logo.

Surrey Eagles set to host intra-squad ‘All-Star Challenge’

BCHL team to host skills competition, 3-on-3 game

The Surrey Eagles logo.
The B.C. Hockey League’s Wenatchee Wild, the lone American franchise, is taking a hiatus from the 2020-21 season due to COVID-19 restrictions. All players have been released to find other opportunities to play. (Black Press file photo)

Wenatchee Wild taking BC Hockey League break

Loop’s lone American franchise pulls plug on 20-21 season due to COVID; vow to be back in 2021

The B.C. Hockey League’s Wenatchee Wild, the lone American franchise, is taking a hiatus from the 2020-21 season due to COVID-19 restrictions. All players have been released to find other opportunities to play. (Black Press file photo)
Kieran O’Hearn, who grew up just a few minutes from South Surrey Arena, has been named the captain of the Surrey Eagles for the upcoming season. (Garrett James photo)

South Surrey-raised O’Hearn named Eagles captain

BCHL team names four players to leadership group for 2020-‘21 season

Kieran O’Hearn, who grew up just a few minutes from South Surrey Arena, has been named the captain of the Surrey Eagles for the upcoming season. (Garrett James photo)
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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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Surrey Eagles’ forward Holden Katzalay – shown here against Langley during the 2019/20 season – scored twice in last Saturday’s win. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles’ forward Holden Katzalay – shown here against Langley during the 2019/20 season – scored twice in last Saturday’s win. (Garrett James photo)
BC Hockey League commissioner Chris Hebb says the league is still on track to begin regular-season play in early December. (BCHL photo)

BCHL still on track to begin regular season in December

Commish hopeful that league can “slide right into the regular season” after successful preseason

BC Hockey League commissioner Chris Hebb says the league is still on track to begin regular-season play in early December. (BCHL photo)