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Langley native - and former Surrey Eagles captain - Danton Heinen scored the first two NHL goals of his career Thursday against the San Jose Sharks. (Boston Bruins Twitter photo)

Former Surrey Eagle Danton Heinen scores first two NHL goals

Langley native scores twice for Boston Bruins Thursday night against San Jose Sharks

Langley native - and former Surrey Eagles captain - Danton Heinen scored the first two NHL goals of his career Thursday against the San Jose Sharks. (Boston Bruins Twitter photo)
Rivermen defenceman Carter Stephenson fires the puck past Cowichan Valley Capitals forward Andrew Jackson during Langley’s 7-2 win on Sunday at the George Preston Recreation Centre.                                Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Rivermen tied for top spot

Three straight victories gives Langley share of BCHL overall lead

Rivermen defenceman Carter Stephenson fires the puck past Cowichan Valley Capitals forward Andrew Jackson during Langley’s 7-2 win on Sunday at the George Preston Recreation Centre.                                Dan Ferguson Langley Times
Penticton Vees player Jackson Keane was all alone in front of the net but unable to get a solid shot off to get the puck past Langley Rivermen goalie Braedon Fleming in the first period on Wednesday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre. The Vees lost the game 2-1. Kristi Patton/Western News Staff

Riverman hand Vees their first loss of the season

Penticton Vees unable to bury shots against Langley Rivermen goalie

Penticton Vees player Jackson Keane was all alone in front of the net but unable to get a solid shot off to get the puck past Langley Rivermen goalie Braedon Fleming in the first period on Wednesday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre. The Vees lost the game 2-1. Kristi Patton/Western News Staff
Rivermen sit in top spot

Rivermen sit in top spot

After handing Penticton its first loss of the season, Langley leads BCHL’s Mainland Division at quarter-mark of season

Rivermen sit in top spot
Tigers’ Williams, Giants’ Byram among Hockey Canada selections

Tigers’ Williams, Giants’ Byram among Hockey Canada selections

Langley teen Josh Williams among 66 chosen for Hockey Canada’s U17 squads

Tigers’ Williams, Giants’ Byram among Hockey Canada selections
Seventh time the charm for Rivermen

Seventh time the charm for Rivermen

After six overtime defeats, Langley junior A hockey club wins in seventh try

Seventh time the charm for Rivermen
High five: Trio of Giants, Langley duo on NHL watch list

High five: Trio of Giants, Langley duo on NHL watch list

Langley’s Brendan Budy and Luke Zazula tabbed as players to watch this hockey season

High five: Trio of Giants, Langley duo on NHL watch list
Rivermen keep working overtime

Rivermen keep working overtime

Four of Langley’s eight games have gone beyond regulation

Rivermen keep working overtime
‘Sixty-minute effort’ helps Rivermen return to win column

‘Sixty-minute effort’ helps Rivermen return to win column

Langley captain Brendan Budy scores twice, leads BCHL with six goals

‘Sixty-minute effort’ helps Rivermen return to win column
Rivermen can’t tame Wild, fall 4-0

Rivermen can’t tame Wild, fall 4-0

First loss in five regulation games for Langley junior A hockey club

Rivermen can’t tame Wild, fall 4-0
Ponak’s hat trick paces Rivermen to victory

Ponak’s hat trick paces Rivermen to victory

Langley scores twice in the third period to defeat Merritt 4-3

Ponak’s hat trick paces Rivermen to victory
Rivermen, Chiefs take turns playing spoiler

Rivermen, Chiefs take turns playing spoiler

Langley ruins Chilliwack home opener before Chiefs return the favour the next night

Rivermen, Chiefs take turns playing spoiler
GALLERY: Chiefs put damper in Rivermen home opener

GALLERY: Chiefs put damper in Rivermen home opener

Langley falls 5-4 to Chilliwack in team’s BCHL home opener at George Preston Recreation Centre

GALLERY: Chiefs put damper in Rivermen home opener
Eagles edge Rivermen in OT

Eagles edge Rivermen in OT

Langley junior A hockey club falls 5-4 in BCHL season opener to Surrey

Eagles edge Rivermen in OT
The Salmon Arm Silverbacks Elijiah Barriga maintains control of the puck while airborne after being tripped in a game against the Surrey Eagles at the Shaw Centre. (Evan Buhler photo)

UPDATE: BCHL gets a grip on hockey’s concussion problem

New app HeadCheck set a baseline for player health

The Salmon Arm Silverbacks Elijiah Barriga maintains control of the puck while airborne after being tripped in a game against the Surrey Eagles at the Shaw Centre. (Evan Buhler photo)
Langley Rivermen took down the Prince George Spruce Kings 4-0 at The Lodge in Brookswood (George Preston Recreation Centre) Monday night.

Langley Rivermen blank Prince George at the Lodge

The visiting Spruce Kings came on strong out of the gate, but fell 4-0 to the Langley team Monday night.

Langley Rivermen took down the Prince George Spruce Kings 4-0 at The Lodge in Brookswood (George Preston Recreation Centre) Monday night.
Gymnastics meet comes to Langley

Rivermen tame Wild, ground Eagles, stall Express

Langley’s 'Men remain on a streak, knocking out three teams.

  • Feb 2, 2017
Gymnastics meet comes to Langley
The Langley Rivermen play their home games at the George Preston Recreation Centre.

Langley Rivermen hope to right ship on home ice

Langley's junior A squad plays Saturday night and then Sunday afternoon at the George Preston Recreation Centre.

The Langley Rivermen play their home games at the George Preston Recreation Centre.
Langley Rivermen captain Jordan Schneider and goaltender Bo Didur showed their emotions after the ’Men lost 3-1 to Washington State’s Wenatchee Wild Friday at the George Preston Recreation Centre. The loss eliminated the Rivermen from the B.C. Hockey League playoffs.

Langley Rivermen couldn’t cage Wenatchee Wild, lose playoff series in five games

The Langley Rivermen’s season came to an end Friday at the George Preston Recreation Centre.

Langley Rivermen captain Jordan Schneider and goaltender Bo Didur showed their emotions after the ’Men lost 3-1 to Washington State’s Wenatchee Wild Friday at the George Preston Recreation Centre. The loss eliminated the Rivermen from the B.C. Hockey League playoffs.