Surrey Eagles

Surrey Eagles rookie Grayden Slipec (centre) celebrates after scoring a goal earlier this season. (Garrett James photo)

Highly-touted Eagles rookie soaring in first junior-hockey season

Grayden Slipec, 16, already has committed to the NCAA’s University of North Dakota

 

Surrey Eagles goalie Max Prazma made 32 saves in two separate games last week, helping his team to a pair of wins. (Garrett James photo)

Goaltending performance leads Surrey Eagles to pair of wins

Max Prazma stops 32 shots in two separate games last week

 

Surrey Eagles forward Michael Abgrall is listed on NHL Central Scouting’s ‘Players to watch’ list. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles forward listed on NHL Central Scouting’s ‘Players to Watch’ draft list

Michael Abgrall and six other BC Hockey League players listed as ‘C’ prospects for 2022

 

Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski scored his first goal of the season in Saturday’s loss to the Coquitlam Express. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski scored his first goal of the season in Saturday’s loss to the Coquitlam Express. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles edge Express for first win of BCHL season

Holden Cardinal scores in sixth round of shootout to lead Eagles to victory

Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski scored his first goal of the season in Saturday’s loss to the Coquitlam Express. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski scored his first goal of the season in Saturday’s loss to the Coquitlam Express. (Garrett James photo)
Four BCHL officials (left to right: Colleen Geddes, Megan Howes, Grace Barlow and Melissa Brunn) made Canadian junior ‘A’ hockey history Sunday at South Surrey Arena when they became the first all-female officiating crew to work a junior ‘A’ hockey game. (Garrett James photo)

First-ever all-female officiating crew to work BCHL game in South Surrey

Four-person team will be first all-women crew to work a Canadian junior ‘A’ hockey game: BCHL

Four BCHL officials (left to right: Colleen Geddes, Megan Howes, Grace Barlow and Melissa Brunn) made Canadian junior ‘A’ hockey history Sunday at South Surrey Arena when they became the first all-female officiating crew to work a junior ‘A’ hockey game. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles captain Jimmy Darby models the BC Hockey League team’s new retro jersey at South Surrey Arena. (photo courtesy Surrey Eagles)

Surrey Eagles reveal ‘faux-back’ jersey inspired by city’s old ‘Welcome to Surrey’ signs

‘We opted for a more vintage style, but something fresh that hasn’t really been worn before’

Surrey Eagles captain Jimmy Darby models the BC Hockey League team’s new retro jersey at South Surrey Arena. (photo courtesy Surrey Eagles)
Surrey Eagles forward Zack Feaver gets tangled up with a Langley Rivermen player during last weekend’s game. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles aim to get first win of BCHL season after winless opening weekend

Eagles will host Langley Rivermen, Coquitlam Express this weekend

Surrey Eagles forward Zack Feaver gets tangled up with a Langley Rivermen player during last weekend’s game. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagle Tate Taylor kneels down to block a shot during a preseason game against the Chilliwack Chiefs earlier this month. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles aim to ‘continue to raise the bar’ after BCHL pod-season success

BC Hockey League team will be young, fast and highly skilled, says coach

Surrey Eagle Tate Taylor kneels down to block a shot during a preseason game against the Chilliwack Chiefs earlier this month. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagle forward Jacob Slipec has signed to play next year at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. (Surrey Eagles photo)

Surrey Eagles’ Slipec inks NCAA scholarship as new BC Hockey League season looms

White Rock resident to play next year at University of Nebraska-Omaha

Surrey Eagle forward Jacob Slipec has signed to play next year at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. (Surrey Eagles photo)
White Rock-raised hockey player Colton Gillies in action with Dinamo Riga of Russia’s KHL league a few seasons ago. (Photo: twitter.com/CompleteHkyNews)

NHL vet Gillies returns to help coach ‘the new game’ to Surrey Eagles players

The BCHL team’s first preseason game is Sept. 20 at South Surrey Arena

White Rock-raised hockey player Colton Gillies in action with Dinamo Riga of Russia’s KHL league a few seasons ago. (Photo: twitter.com/CompleteHkyNews)
The Surrey Eagles have traded forward Gabe Schovanek to the Cowichan Valley Capitals in a three-team, four-player deaal. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles, White Rock Whalers make series of roster moves

Semiahmoo Peninsula teams restock with junior hockey season still weeks away

The Surrey Eagles have traded forward Gabe Schovanek to the Cowichan Valley Capitals in a three-team, four-player deaal. (Damon James photo)
Surrey Eagles’ forward Holden Katzalay – shown here against Langley during the 2019/20 season – was among the BCHL’s scholarship winners. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles’ forward Holden Katzalay – shown here against Langley during the 2019/20 season – was among the BCHL’s scholarship winners. (Garrett James photo)
The Surrey Eagles have re-acquired forward Cole Galata, who the team traded to the Summerside Western Capitals in January. (Contributed photo)

Surrey Eagles re-acquire forward from Summerside Capitals

Cole Galata played seven preseason games with Eagles last fall

The Surrey Eagles have re-acquired forward Cole Galata, who the team traded to the Summerside Western Capitals in January. (Contributed photo)
After three seasons with the Surrey Eaglese, Brandon Santa Juana has been dealt to the Powell River Kings. (Garrett James photo)

Longest-tenured Surrey Eagle dealt to Powell River to complete earlier trades

Brandon Santa Juana set to play in NCAA at University of Connecticut

After three seasons with the Surrey Eaglese, Brandon Santa Juana has been dealt to the Powell River Kings. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Christian Fitzgerald was named the MVP of the BC Hockey League’s Coquitlam pod. (Damon James photo)

Eagles’ Fitzgerald, Scarfone win BC Hockey League awards

Fitzgerald named pod MVP; Scarfone picked as top goaltender

Surrey Eagles forward Christian Fitzgerald was named the MVP of the BC Hockey League’s Coquitlam pod. (Damon James photo)
Surrey Eagles head coach Cam Keith has signed a three-year contract extension with the team. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles head coach Cam Keith inks 3-year extension with BCHL club

Keith led team to a 17-2-1 record in BCHL’s 20-game ‘pod’ season

Surrey Eagles head coach Cam Keith has signed a three-year contract extension with the team. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Rocco La Cara battles with Coquitlam Express forward Dante Berrettoni during a game earlier this season. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles wrap up BCHL ‘pod’ season with win over Coquitlam

South Surrey-based junior ‘A’ hockey team finishes with 17-2-1 record

Surrey Eagles forward Rocco La Cara battles with Coquitlam Express forward Dante Berrettoni during a game earlier this season. (Damon James photo)
Surrey Eagles head coach Cam Keith speaks to his players during the break in the action at a game last week against the Coquitlam Express. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles shut out Powell River Kings as BCHL season nears end

Goaltender Tommy Scarfone stops 19 shots to earn shutout

Surrey Eagles head coach Cam Keith speaks to his players during the break in the action at a game last week against the Coquitlam Express. (Damon James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Holden Katzalay was named the BCHL’s player of the week after scoring eight points in three games – all victories. (Garrett James file photo)

Surrey Eagles forward named BCHL’s player of the week

Veteran Holden Katzalay tallied eight points in three games last week

Surrey Eagles forward Holden Katzalay was named the BCHL’s player of the week after scoring eight points in three games – all victories. (Garrett James file photo)
Wil Kushniryk and his Surrey Eagles teammates sit atop their three-team BCHL pod division, with a record of 11-2-1. (Damon James photo)

‘Different approach’ paying off for Surrey Eagles as midpoint of BCHL season passes

Team focusing on development, not opponents, during 20-game pod schedule: Keith

Wil Kushniryk and his Surrey Eagles teammates sit atop their three-team BCHL pod division, with a record of 11-2-1. (Damon James photo)