Which player has had the biggest impact in his first BCIHL season?
  Selkirk defenceman Tristen Cross
  SFU forward Ty Westgard
  TWU forward Josh Bruce
  UVic forward Keenan Eddy
  VIU goaltender Jeremy Balyk
   BC Intercollegiate Hockey League: About the BCIHL


The British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League was created with the purpose of offering a venue for competitive, high-calibre ice hockey for players beyond their junior and minor hockey careers.

The BCIHL was launched in 2006 and now includes five member teams: Selkirk College, Simon Fraser University, Trinity Western University, the University of Victoria, and Vancouver Island University.

Former members include Okanagan College (2009-12), Thompson Rivers University (2009-14), the University of Northern British Columbia (2006-07), the University of the Fraser Valley (2006-2011) and Eastern Washington University (2011-18).

In 2011, SFU became the first BCIHL team to face off against NCAA Division I and CIS competition. Since then, inter-league play with NCAA, CIS and ACAC teams has become part of the playing experience for BCIHL athletes.

BCIHL teams play a 25-game regular season schedule. The top four teams then face-off in the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League playoffs in March.

For more information:

BCIHL Team Information

BCIHL Recruitment Information

Contact the BCIHL



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Monday, January 20
SFU forward Takato Cox named BCIHL Player of the Week
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Saturday, January 18
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Friday, January 17
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Friday, January 17
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