Thursday, March 27, 2014

Surrey Eagles - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

Graduating Players
Philippe Johansson (Brown University)
Jonah Renouf (Quinnipiac University)
Nathan Renouf (Quinnipiac University)
Braedan Russell (Brown University)
Colton Mackie (overage)
Danny Vlanich (overage)

Eligible Returnees
(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Chase McMurphy (94)
Joseph Drapluk (94)
Mitch Fyffe (94)
Anthony Conti (95)
Danton Heinen (95)
Austin Ferguson (95)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

Defense
Brian Drapluk (94)
Kale Bennett (95)
Matthew Dawson (96)
Michael McEachern (96)
Domenic Masellis (97)
*
*

Goal
Devon Fordyce (94)
Bo Didur (97)

West Kelowna Warriors - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

Graduating Players
Carl Hesler (Dartmouth College)
David Pope (University of Nebraska-Omaha)
Adam Plant (Harvard University)
Seb Lloyd (Harvard University)
Ben Tegtmeyer (Brown University)
Reid Simmonds (overage)
Tyson Dallman (overage)
Braden Pears (overage)
Ryan Fraser-Lee (overage)
Taki Pantziris (overage)

Eligible Returnees
(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Matt Anholt (94)
Nathan Craft (94)
Jordan Masters (94)
Kylar Hope (95)
Adam Osczevski (95)
Jason Cotton (95)
Liam Blackburn (96)
*
*
*
*
*
*

DefenseRyan Ivey (94)
Mac Ferner (95)
*
*
*
*
*

Goal
Andy Desautels (94)
Cody Porter (97)

Prince George Spruce Kings - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

Graduating Players
Mitch Eden (St. Lawrence University)
Christian Weidauer (University of Alaska-Anchorage)
Sean Landrey (overage)
Bryant Christian (overage)
Cooper Rush (overage)
Alex Murray (overage)

Eligible Returnees
(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Justin Rai (94)
Jeremiah Luedtke (94)
Chad Staley (94)
Brent Lashuk (94)
Cole Todd (95)
Marco Ballarin (95)
Jake LeBrun (95)
Riley Hawes (95)
Matt Painchaud (96)
Braiden Epp (96)
Brogan O'Brien (97)
*
*

Defense
Skylar Pacheco (94)
Karan Toor (94)
Danny Kiraly (95)
Stephen Penner (95)
*
*
*

Goal
Jesse Jenks (95)
*

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Nanaimo Clippers - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

Graduating Players
Josh McArdle (Brown University)
Jayson Argue (Bentley University)
Luke Sandler (overage)
Scott Prier (overage)
Shay Laurent (overage)
Colton Dahlen (overage)







Eligible Returnees
(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Korey Morgan (94)
Mason Mitchell (94)
Anthony Sabitsky (94)
Devin Brosseau (95)
Sheldon Rempal (95)
Brendan Taylor (95)
Bo Brauer (95)
Jacob Hanlon (95)
Corey Renwick (95)
Ryan Forbes (95)
Nick Guerra (96)
Spencer Hewson (96)
*

Defense
Nicholas Gushue (94)
Austin Dick (94)
Edwin Hookenson (95)
*
*
*
*

Goal
Tanner Kovacs (94)
*

Merritt Centennials - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

Graduating Players
Scott Patterson (Lake Superior State University)
Shane Poulsen (University of Nebraska-Omaha)
Dane Birks (Michigan Tech University)
Sebastien Pare (overage)
Payton Schaefer (overage)
Tyler Martin (overage)
Jason Bird (overage)





Eligible Returnees
(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Sam Johnson (94)
Diego Cuglietta (95)
James Neil (95)
Jeff Wight (95)
Adam Tracey (95)
Zach Hartley (95)
Daniel Nachbaur (95)
Devin Oakes (95)
Rhett Willcox (96)
Gavin Gould (96)
*
*
*

Defense
Jake Clifford (94)
Wayland Williams (94)
Malik Kaila (96)
*
*
*
*

Goal
Devin Kero (94)
Jarrod Schamerhorn (95)

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Salmon Arm SilverBacks - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

Graduating Players
Landon Smith (Quinnipiac University)
Brendan Kennedy (Queen's University)
Jeff Kennedy (Queen's University)
Alex Gillies (Michigan Tech University)
Mitch Ferguson (University of Vermont)
Brett Fagerheim (University of Arizona)
Blake Box (United States Military Academy)
Max Becker (Princeton University)
Evan Anderson (Michigan Tech University)
Adam Clark (University of New Hampshire)

Eligible Returnees
(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Alex Jewell (94)
Nick Josephs (94)
Bryden Marsh (94)
Thomas Plese (94)
Jack Berezan (95)
Taylor Maruya (95)
Michael Roberts (95)
Colton Thibault (95)
Connor Brown-Maloski (96)
*
*
*
*

Defense
Andrew Farny (95)
Cole McCaskill (96)
*
*
*
*
*

Goal
Angus Redmond (95)
*

Cowichan Capitals - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

Graduating Players
Myles Powell (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Adam Moody (Utica College)
Jarrett Brown (University of Alaska-Anchorage)
Matthew Berry-Lamontagna (overage)
Blake Butzow (overage)
Mason Malkowich (overage)
Reilly O'Connor (overage)
Robin Gusse (overage)

Eligible Returnees

(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Dane Gibson (94)
Kyle Horsman (94)
Jesse Neher (94)
Taylor Allan (95)
Sam Curleigh (95)
Brayden Gelsinger (95)
Daniel Wanner (95)
Colton Kehler (97)
Jordan Topping (97)
*
*
*
*

Defense
Valik Chichkin (94)
Rylan Bechtel (95)
Clint Filbrandt (95)
*
*
*
*

Goal
Francis Marotte (95)
*

Chilliwack Chiefs - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

Graduating Players
Mathieu Tibbet (Merrimack University)
Zack Diamantoni (Northern Michigan University)
Cody Bardock (overage)
Tanner Cochrane (overage)
Andrew Silard (overage)
Kiefer McNaughton (overage)

Eligible Returnees

(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Jaret Babych (94)
Jake Hand (94)
Kurt Black (95)
Mason Boh (95)
Ben Butcher (95)
Blake Gober (95)
Cole Sartorio (95)
Mitchell Plevy (96)
Kyle Westeringh (96)
*
*
*
*

Defense
Daniel Delbianco (94)
Caleb Thompson (94)
Eric Roberts (95)
Carter Cochrane (96)
*
*
*

Goal
Spencer Tremblay (94)
Josh Halpenny (95)

Trail Smoke Eaters - Graduating Players & Eligible Returnees:

With the 2013-14 BCHL regular season officially done, the four non-playoff teams, among others, are looking toward next season.

With future considerations from this season's trades potentially turning into players for next season, recruiting, and players moving on due to age or college commitments, there's no shortage of work to be done before the 2014-15 season starts in September at the 3rd Annual BCHL Showcase.

Granted these teams would rather be in the playoffs and have less time to prepare for next season, but they can take the opportunity to start building now.

I'll break down over the next four posts what Trail, Chilliwack, Salmon Arm and Cowichan Valley are looking at roster-wise heading into the off-season. These will likely change as players look to move to other leagues like the WHL, USHL, NAHL, are included in trades, retire, or wind up committing to post-secondary institutions before September and don't return to their BCHL clubs.

The depth chart is based on coaches going with a 22-man roster of 13 forwards, 7 defensemen and 2 goaltenders.

So let's start with the Trail Smoke Eaters.

Graduating Players
Scott Davidson (Quinnipiac University)
Dustin Nikkel (overage)

Eligible Returnees 
(* indicates an open spot - assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 7 defensemen)

Forwards
Mitch Ball (94)
Jesse Knowler (94)
Adam Wheeldon (94)
Bryan Basilico (95)
Jakson Elyniuk (95)
Jake Lucchini (95)
Dylan Mascarin (95)
Brandon Volpe (95)
Sheldon Brett (96)
Braedan Cross (96)
Greyson Reimeier (96)
*
*

Defense
Nathan Browne (94)
Zane Schartz (94)
Joel Webb (95)
Dylan Bowen (95)
Sean Davies (95)
Riley Ostoforoff (95)
Taylor Armbruster (96)

Goal
Adam Todd (94)
*

Saturday, March 22, 2014

BCHL Semifinal Round Robin Schedule:

With the Vernon Vipers 4-3 overtime win over Penticton in Game Seven of the BCHL Interior Division Final Series tonight, the final three teams remaining is determined for the third round BCHL Semifinal Round Robin.

The BCHL confirmed the schedule tonight following Vernon's win. Victoria and Coquitlam advanced earlier in the week.

BCHL SEMIFINALS ROUND ROBIN

Game 1: Friday, March 28: Vernon Vipers @ Victoria Grizzlies - 7:15 pm

Game 2: Sunday, March 30: Coquitlam Express @ Vernon Vipers - 7 pm


Game 3: Tuesday, April 1: Victoria Grizzlies @ Coquitlam Express - 7 pm

Game 4: Thursday, April 3: Coquitlam Express @ Victoria Grizzlies - 7:15 pm

Game 5: Saturday, April 5: Victoria Grizzlies @ Vernon Vipers - 7 pm

*Game 6: Monday, April 7: Vernon Vipers @ Coquitlam Express - 7 pm (if necessary)

*Game 7: Wednesday, April 9: Tie-Breaker if necessary

Friday, March 21, 2014

BCHL Team Spring Camp Details:

It's camping season with all BCHL teams holding a Spring Evaluation Camp in the next month or two in locations all over BC and in some cases, the United States. I've taken the time to outline the basic details for each team's camps directly from their websites and correlate it all here. I strive to be accurate with the info for each camp, but recommend that you visit the website of whichever team you're interested in for official information.

Alberni Valley Bulldogs
April 18-20 (Port Alberni)
May 2-4 (Osoyoos)
$225 plus tax
Open to midget-aged players and older (15+)
Goalie registration is by invite only.
More info: http://www.albernivalleybulldogs.ca/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientID=1009&leagueID=1577&pageid=218

Chilliwack Chiefs
April 11-13 (Chilliwack)
$225 including tax
Open to players born between 1994 and 1998.
More info: http://www.chilliwackchiefs.net/leagues/custom_page.cfm?leagueID=19000&clientID=5126&pageID=15292

Coquitlam Express
May 2-4 (Coquitlam)
$200 (players)
$250 (goalies)
Open to players born between 1994 and 1998.
More info: http://www.myexpresshockey.com/spring-evaluation-camp.html

Cowichan Capitals
April 25-27 (Duncan)
$210 including tax
Goalie registration is by invite only.
More info: http://www.cowichancapitals.com/leagues/newsletter.cfm?clientID=4046&leagueID=12265&page=78837

Langley Rivermen
April 11-13 (Langley)
$195
Goalie spots are already full.
More info: http://www.langleyrivermen.com/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientid=5079&leagueid=18700&pageid=10232

Merritt Centennials
April 4-6 (Merritt)
$175
Goalies are wait-listed.
More info: http://www.merrittcentennials.com/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientid=3359&leagueid=8957&pageid=7561

Nanaimo Clippers
April 12-13 (Nanaimo)
$175
Open to players born between 1995 and 1999.
More info: http://www.nanaimoclippers.com/leagues/newsletter.cfm?clientID=4093&leagueID=12488&page=77128

Penticton Vees
May 22-25 (Penticton)
$250
Open to players born between 1995 and 1999.
Final goaltender acceptance may be delayed until mid-April.
Registration is only an application for camp. Vees staff review all applications and within two weeks of receipt provide notice of acceptance or rejection for camp.
More info: http://www.pentictonvees.ca/leagues/custom_page.cfm?leagueID=8370&clientID=3172&pageID=2427

Powell River Kings
May 23-25 (Courtenay)
$225 including tax
Open to players born between 1995 and 1999.
Goalies must submit playing resume to be considered for acceptance to camp. Goalies aren't notified of acceptance to camp until April 15th at the latest.
More info: http://www.powellriverkings.com/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientID=3517&leagueID=9578&pageid=7450

Prince George Spruce Kings
April 11-13 (Prince George)
$200 (players)
$250 (goalies)
Open to players born between 1995 and 1999.
Goalie spots are already full.
More info: http://www.sprucekings.bc.ca.prod.sportngin.com/news_article/show/341677?referrer_id=829952

Salmon Arm SilverBacks
May 2-4 (Salmon Arm)
May 16-18 (Simi Valley, California)
May 30-June 1 (Denver, Colorado)
Salmon Arm Camp: $225 (players)
$250 (goalies)
Simi Valley & Denver Camps: $275 (players)
$300 (goalies)
More info: http://www.sasilverbacks.com/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientID=3445&leagueID=9222&pageid=12244

Surrey Eagles
April 17-20 (Surrey)

Goaltender Prospect Division (April 12)
Pre-Spring Camp Evaluation
$125 plus tax
Top goalies are invited to Eagles Spring Camp.
Upon invitation to Spring Camp, registration costs an additional $125 plus tax

Prospect Division
$225 plus tax
Open to players born between 1995 and 1998.

Bantam Division
$175 plus tax
Open to players born between 1999 and 2000.

More info: http://www.surreyeagles.ca/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientID=645&leagueID=7065&pageID=763

Trail Smoke Eaters
March 28-30 (Trail)
$200 (players)
$225 (goalies)
Goalies are wait-listed.
More info: http://www.trailsmokeeaters.com/leagues/newsletter.cfm?page=77382&clientID=2449&leagueID=15094

Vernon Vipers
April 11-13 (Vernon)
June 13-15 (Boston, Massachusetts)
Boston Camp: $225
Vernon Camp: $200
Boston: Open to players born between 1994 and 1997.
Vernon: Open to players born between 1995 and 1998.
More info: http://www.vipers.bc.ca/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientid=5225&leagueid=19573&pageid=12339

Victoria Grizzlies
April 4-6 (Victoria)
May 9-11 (Kamloops)
May 9-11 (Denver, Colorado)
June 5-8 (Chicago, Illinois)
Victoria, Kamloops Camps: $220
Denver, Chicago Camp: $300 including tax
More info: http://www.victoriagrizzlies.com/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientid=5363&leagueid=20506&pageid=13132

West Kelowna Warriors
April 18-20 (West Kelowna)
May 23-25 (Las Vegas, Nevada)
West Kelowna Camp: $199 (players)
$225 (goalies)
Las Vegas Camp: $299 (players & goalies)
More info: http://www.westkelownawarriors.ca/leagues/custom_page.cfm?clientid=1414&leagueid=3597&pageid=729

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Chilliwack Head Coach & GM Harvey Smyl Steps Away from the Chiefs:

Media Release

After 21 seasons at the helm of hockey operations for the BCHL Chilliwack Chiefs – as head coach and general manager – Harvey Smyl has decided to make a change.

Smyl informed Chiefs’ President Glen Ringdal Tuesday that he will not renew his contract which expires at the end of May, but instead will pursue new directions and  interests.

“This is a very big and tough decision that has been made only after long consideration and full consultation with my family – wife Erin, daughters Hailey and Jamie and son Cam,” Smyl said.  “Our youngest child graduates high school in June so it is a good time for us to re-evaluate our future.”

Ringdal said, “The entire Chiefs family – owners, staff, players, fans and alumni –greet this news with real sadness, as a very significant era in Chiefs’ history comes to an end.  At the same time, we fully understand that, after 21 years, Harvey must look after Harvey and his family.  And if that means making a significant change in his life – so be it.   He has devoted all his time and energy to this Club for a very long time and is very highly respected in all hockey circles in BC, Canada and beyond.  We will miss him dearly. ”

Harvey leaves the team – now entering its 25th year in the BCHL – with an enviable record.

In leading his teams to the playoffs in 20 of his 21 seasons in the BCHL, Harvey has been named the BCHL Coach of the Year four times.

He coached the Chiefs to three BCHL Championships, 1994-95, 1999-00, and 2001-02. Twice those teams advanced to the Royal Bank Cup which included a Bronze Medal in 2000.  He took the helm while the team was still playing in “the old barn” on Corbould Street, brought it into the new Prospera Centre in 2004, followed it to Langley for five years from 2006-2011, and brought it back to Chilliwack in 2011-12.

Ringdal said the Club will immediately begin a search for a new Head Coach and General Manager.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

BCIHL Semifinals Preview - Simon Fraser University vs. Trinity Western University:

The first round is set in the BC Intercollegiate Hockey League with Selkirk College (1) vs. Thompson Rivers University (4) and Simon Fraser University (2) vs. Trinity Western University (3).

Simon Fraser University vs. Trinity Western University

Game 1: Thursday, March 6th - 8:00 PM, Langley Events Centre
 
Game 2: Friday, March 7th - 7:00 PM, Bill Copeland Sports Centre
Game 3: Sunday, March 9th - 8:00 PM, Bill Copeland Sports Centre

Records:
Simon Fraser University: 19-3-2, 40 points (2nd BCIHL)
Trinity Western University: 10-13-1, 21 points (3rd BCIHL)

Home Records:
SFU: 10-1-1, 21 points
TWU: 4-8-0, 8 points

Away Records:
SFU: 9-2-1, 19 points
TWU: 6-5-1, 13 points

SFU Power Play:
Overall: 26/109 = 23.85% (2nd BCIHL)
Home: 12/68 = 17.65% (5th BCIHL)
Away: 14/41 = 34.15% (1st BCIHL)

TWU Power Play:
Overall: 19/96 = 19.79% (5th BCIHL)
Home: 9/54 = 16.67% (6th BCIHL)
Away: 10/42 = 23.81% (3rd BCIHL)

SFU Penalty Kill:
Overall: 95/114 = 83.33% (2nd BCIHL)
Home: 50/64 = 78.13% (3rd BCIHL)
Away: 45/50 = 90.00% (2nd BCIHL)

TWU Penalty Kill:
Overall: 70/98 = 71.43% (6th BCIHL)
Home: 35/53 = 66.04% (6th BCIHL)
Away: 35/45 = 77.78% (4th BCIHL)

Goals For:
SFU: 113 (2nd BCIHL)
TWU: 68 (4th BCIHL)

SFU Top Scorers:
Jono Ceci (16-31-47)
Nick Sandor (18-28-46)
Aaron Enns (10-21-31)
Jared Eng (8-12-20)
Graham Smerek (6-12-18)

TWU Top Scorers:
J.P. Villeneuve (21-12-33)
Mattias Schmitt (2-11-13)
Jamey Kreller (5-7-12)
Andrew Wheeler (6-4-10)
Jamie Russell (5-5-10)

Goals Against:
Selkirk: 56 (2nd BCIHL)
TWU: 103 (5th BCIHL)

SFU Top Scoring Defencemen:
Jared Eng (8-12-20)
Mike Ball (3-13-16)
Jesse Williamson (1-15-16)

TWU Top Scoring Defencemen:
Blair Murphy (3-6-9)
Micah Cockrill (1-7-8)
Jake Harcoff (0-8-8)

SFU Goaltending:

Andrew Parent (12-6-0, 2.61 GAA, .901 SV%)
Evan Kurylo (0-0-0, 0.00 GAA, - SV%)

TWU Goaltending:
Harry Fredeman (6-9-0, 4.91 GAA, .878 SV%)
Silas Matthys (3-6-0, 4.05 GAA, .893 SV%)
Tim Zwiers (0-0-0, 5.81 GAA, .875 SV%)

Penalty Minutes:
SFU - 285
TWU - 337

Head-to-Head Results (SFU goes 4-0-1, TWU goes 1-4-0)
23-Nov-13: SFU wins 7-1 at Bill Copeland Sports Centre
28-Nov-13: SFU wins 7-1 at Langley Events Centre
16-Jan-14: SFU wins 5-2 at Langley Events Centre
31-Jan-14: SFU wins 6-2 at Langley Events Centre
01-Feb-14: TWU wins 4-3 (SO) at Bill Copeland Sports Centre

Goals-For/Goals-Against:
SFU outscores TWU 28-10 in five games.

Special Teams:
SFU Powerplay vs. TWU: 6/19 (31.58%)
TWU Penalty Kill vs. SFU: 13/19 (68.42%)
TWU Powerplay vs. SFU: 1/15 (6.67%)
SFU Penalty Kill vs. TWU: 14/15 (93.33%)

SFU Leading Scorers vs. TWU: 
Jono Ceci (3-10-13)
Nick Sandor (0-9-9)
Aaron Enns (3-5-8)

TWU Leading Scorers vs. SFU: 

J.P. Villeneuve (3-1-4)
Jamey Kreller (1-1-2)
Jamie Russell (1-1-2)

Goaltending Matchups:
SFU: Andrew Parent (3-1-0, 1.96 GAA, .914 SV%)

TRU: Silas Matthys (1-1-0, 4.21 GAA, .890 SV%)
Harry Fredeman (0-3-0, 7.16 GAA, .838 SV%)

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

BCIHL Semifinals Preview - Selkirk College vs. Thompson Rivers University:

The first round is set in the BC Intercollegiate Hockey League with Selkirk College (1) vs. Thompson Rivers University (4) and Simon Fraser University (2) vs. Trinity Western University (3). 

Selkirk College vs. Thompson Rivers University

Game 1: Friday, March 7th - 7:30 PM, Castlegar Rec Complex
Game 2: Saturday, March 8th - 7:30 PM, Castlegar Rec Complex
Game 3: Sunday, March 9th - 6:00 PM, Castlegar Rec Complex

Records:
Selkirk College: 20-3-1, 41 points (1st BCIHL)
Thompson Rivers University: 9-14-1, 19 points (4th BCIHL)

Home Records:
Selkirk: 12-0-0, 24 points
TRU: 5-6-1, 11 points

Away Records:
Selkirk: 8-3-1, 17 points
TRU: 4-8-0, 8 points

Selkirk Power Play:
Overall: 27/111 = 24.32% (1st BCIHL)
Home: 15/56 = 26.79% (1st BCIHL)
Away: 12/55 = 21.82% (5th BCIHL)

TRU Power Play:
Overall: 24/110 = 21.82% (4th BCIHL)
Home: 9/44 = 20.45% (3rd BCIHL)
Away: 15/66 = 22.73% (4th BCIHL)

Selkirk Penalty Kill:
Overall: 101/119 = 84.87% (1st BCIHL)
Home: 49/53 = 92.45% (1st BCIHL)
Away: 52/66 = 78.79% (3rd BCIHL)

TRU Penalty Kill:
Overall: 98/133 = 73.68% (5th BCIHL)
Home: 43/55 = 78.18% (2nd BCIHL)
Away: 55/78 = 70.51% (6th BCIHL)

Goals For:
Selkirk: 133 (1st BCIHL)
TRU: 79 (3rd BCIHL)

Selkirk Top Scorers:
Logan Proulx (15-27-42)
Cody Fidgett (22-15-37)
Connor McLaughlin (22-15-37)
Darnell Dyck (8-24-32)
Thomas Hardy (8-23-31)

TRU Top Scorers:
Duncan Schulz (13-21-34)
Josh MacDonald (15-16-31)
Tyler Berkholtz (10-16-26)
Travis Herlein (5-11-16)
Anthony Delong (8-7-15)

Goals Against:
Selkirk: 53 (1st BCIHL)
TRU: 85 (3rd BCIHL)

Selkirk Top Scoring Defencemen:
Tanner Lenting (2-17-19)
Stefan Gonzales (2-10-12)
Dylan Smith (2-9-11)

TRU Top Scoring Defencemen:
Travis Herlein (5-11-16)
Alex Martin (5-5-10)
Scott Bollefor (0-5-5)

Selkirk Goaltending:
Chris Hurry (14-3, 1.87 GAA, .925 SV%)
James Prigione (5-1, 2.87 GAA, .876 SV%)
Aaron Oakley (1-0, 2.00 GAA, .929 SV%)

TRU Goaltending:
Chris Solecki (4-6, 4.36 GAA, .883 SV%)
Mark Menicucci (2-4, 4.00 GAA, .888 SV%)
Aaron Oakley (1-0, 1.00 GAA, .929 SV%)

Penalty Minutes:
Selkirk - 390
TRU - 463

Head-to-Head Results (Selkirk goes 4-1-0, TRU goes 1-3-1)
18-Oct-13: Selkirk College wins 8-2 @ Castlegar Rec Centre
19-Oct-13: Selkirk College wins 5-1 @ Castlegar Rec Centre
25-Oct-13: Thompson Rivers wins 5-2 @ Kamloops Memorial Arena
17-Jan-14: Selkirk College wins 3-1 @ Kamloops Memorial Arena 
15-Feb-14: Selkirk College wins 3-2 (SO) @ Kamloops Memorial Arena  

Goals-For/Goals-Against:
Selkirk outscores TRU 21-11 in five games.

Special Teams:
Selkirk Powerplay vs. TRU: 5/26 (19.23%)
TRU Penalty Kill vs. Selkirk: 21/26 (80.77%)
TRU Powerplay vs. Selkirk: 3/23 (13.04%)
Selkirk Powerplay vs. TRU: 20/23 (86.96%)

Selkirk Leading Scorers vs. TRU:  
Darnell Dyck (1-6-7)
Logan Proulx (4-2-6)
Connor McLaughlin (4-1-5)

TRU Leading Scorers vs. Selkirk:  
Tyler Berkholtz (3-2-5)
Josh MacDonald (0-4-4)

Goaltending Matchups:
Selkirk: Chris Hurry (2-1, 2.59 GAA, .904 SV%)
Aaron Oakley (1-0, 2.00 GAA, .929 SV%)
James Prigione (1-0, 1.00 GAA, .960 SV%)

TRU: Mark Menicucci (1-1, 1.92 GAA, .950 SV%)
Chris Solecki (0-1, 4.50 GAA, .889 SV%)

2013-14 BCHL Regular Season Award Winners Announced:

On the eve of the 2014 Fred Page Cup playoffs, the BCHL has announced the regular season award winners.

Here's the release from the league:

The votes are in and the BCHL is announcing the league award winners for the 2013-14 season. With the three-division alignment the league is in this season, there was one winner chosen per award league-wide as opposed to one from each conference as in previous seasons.

The winners were chosen after a poll of the league’s head coaches and play-by-play broadcasters.

Vern Dye Memorial Trophy – Most Valuable Player:
Landon Smith, forward, Salmon Arm SilverBacks

Bruce Allison Memorial Trophy – Rookie of the Year:
Danton Heinen, forward, Surrey Eagles

Defensive Award – Top Defenceman:
Brett Beauvais, Penticton Vees

Bob Fenton Trophy – Most Sportsmanlike Player
Danton Heinen, forward, Surrey Eagles

Joe Tennant Memorial Trophy – Coach of the Year
Bobby Henderson, Langley Rivermen

Non-voting awards:
Brett Hull Trophy – Top Scorer (tie):
Landon Smith, Salmon Arm SilverBacks (43 G, 40 A, 83 points)
Myles Fitzgerald, Victoria Grizzlies (27 G, 56 A, 83 points)

Goaltending Award (Lowest GAA of all goalies with 1,000 minutes played):
Jeff Smith, Powell River Kings – 2.25 GAA

Wally Forslund Trophy (Goalie duo with lowest-combined GAA)
Olivier Mantha and Hunter Miska, Penticton Vees – 2.27 GAA combined