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Canadian national teamer Zachary Clay travels to Peru in September for international competition.
Julia Tuchscherer and Marijke Duralia led Team B.C. past Team Ontario in the title game.
Tyson Kirkness leads his Coquitlam Adanacs into battle at the national junior championship.
In front of a huge and noisy crowd, the Chiefs claimed their first-ever national junior A title
Kaden Pickering scored the winning goal in the 3rd period as Chilliwack won their semi-final 3-2.
The Dukes are off to the championship game after downing the Wild 2-1 Saturday at Prospera Centre.
The host Chiefs eliminated the Manitoba champs with a convincing win and move on to the semi-final.
The Dukes now need help from the Chilliwack Chiefs to advance to semi-final Saturday.
Nick Lalonde had the winner in a 5-4 overtime victory over the Steinbach Pistons at Prospera Centre.
Chilliwack goalie Daniel Chenard stopped 26 pucks for the clean sheet in a penalty filled game.
The Wild outshot the Senators 38-26 but needed the shootout to get past their feisty foes.
The Chilliwack Chiefs got into the win column with a 4-3 overtime triumph Sunday at Prospera Centre.
Down 2-0 six minutes into their second RBC Cup match, the BCHL champs roared back for a 4-3 win.
The Chiefs played well against the BCHL champion Wild, but fell 2-1 in their RBC Cup opener.
The Senators needed overtime to do it, getting the winner off the stick of Ben Evans.
The annual race at Cultus Lake attracts a large field of cyclists with a wide range of skill levels.
Chilliwack Chiefs bench boss Jason Tatarnic was involved in a bus accident with Woodstock in 2007.
BCHL This Week takes a look at what’s going on around the league and the junior A world.
A loss to Lethbridge in a best-of-three series knocked the T-Birds out of Telus Cup contention.
BCHL Today is a (near) daily look at what’s going on around the league and the junior A world.