FRI SEP 9 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
0
UBC (USPORTS)
3
FRI SEP 9 at 7:45PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
1
LAKERS
4
SAT SEP 10 at 3:45PM
LAKERS
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
FRI SEP 16 at 7:15PM
SIMON FRASER
6
TWU (USPORTS)
3
FRI SEP 16 at 7:30PM
MARINERS
2
VICTORIA
5
FRI SEP 16 at 7:45PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
3
LAKERS
4
SAT SEP 17 at 3:45PM
TWU (USPORTS)
5
SIMON FRASER
0
SAT SEP 17 at 7:15PM
VICTORIA
3
MARINERS
6
FRI SEP 23 at 7:30PM
MARINERS
6
VICTORIA
4
FRI SEP 23 at 8:00PM
SIMON FRASER
1
UAA (NCAA)
0
SAT SEP 24 at 7:15PM
VICTORIA
2
MARINERS
4
SAT SEP 24 at 8:00PM
SIMON FRASER
0
UAF (NCAA)
6
FRI SEP 30 at 7:45PM
MARINERS
4
LAKERS
3
SAT OCT 1 at 3:45PM
MARINERS
5
SIMON FRASER
4
FRI OCT 7 at 7:00PM
VICTORIA
2
LAKERS
4
SAT OCT 8 at 3:45PM
VICTORIA
2
SIMON FRASER
10
SAT OCT 8 at 6:30PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
0
LAKERS
4
FRI OCT 14 at 7:00PM
MARINERS
4
SIMON FRASER
5
SAT OCT 15 at 3:45PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
0
SIMON FRASER
8
SAT OCT 15 at 6:30PM
MARINERS
5
LAKERS
0
FRI OCT 21 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
8
VICTORIA
4
SAT OCT 22 at 6:15PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
2
LAKERS
5
SAT OCT 22 at 7:15PM
SIMON FRASER
7
MARINERS
1
FRI NOV 4 at 7:00PM
VICTORIA
1
UO (ACHA)
2
SAT NOV 5 at 7:00PM
VICTORIA
5
UO (ACHA)
2
SAT NOV 5 at 7:00PM
LAKERS
6
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
3
FRI NOV 11 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
14
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
2
SAT NOV 12 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
6
LAKERS
2
FRI NOV 18 at 7:00PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
0
VICTORIA
11
SAT NOV 19 at 3:45PM
LAKERS
1
SIMON FRASER
2
SAT NOV 19 at 7:15PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
3
MARINERS
15
FRI NOV 25 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
8
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
0
FRI NOV 25 at 7:00PM
MARINERS
1
VICTORIA
4
SAT NOV 26 at 6:15PM
SIMON FRASER
LAKERS
Capital News Centre (Rink 1)
SAT NOV 26 at 7:15PM
VICTORIA
3
MARINERS
2
FRI DEC 2 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
UAA (NCAA)
Anchorage, AK
FRI DEC 2 at 7:00PM
LAKERS
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex (-)
SAT DEC 3 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
UAA (NCAA)
Anchorage, AK
SAT DEC 3 at 7:15PM
LAKERS
MARINERS
Nanaimo Ice Centre
MON JAN 2 at 2:00PM
TWU (USPORTS)
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports (-)
THU JAN 5 at 7:00PM  
MARINERS
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex
FRI JAN 6 at 4:00PM  
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex
FRI JAN 6 at 7:00PM
UBC (USPORTS)
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
FRI JAN 6 at 7:00PM  
LAKERS
MARINERS
Ian Stewart Complex
SAT JAN 7 at 4:00PM  
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
MARINERS
Ian Stewart Complex
SAT JAN 7 at 8:00PM  
LAKERS
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex (-)
SUN JAN 8 at 1:00PM  
LAKERS
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
Ian Stewart Complex
SUN JAN 8 at 5:00PM  
MARINERS
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex (-)
FRI JAN 13 at 7:00PM
UAF (NCAA)
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
SAT JAN 14 at 3:45PM
UAF (NCAA)
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
FRI JAN 20 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
Logan Lake Recreatio (-)
SAT JAN 21 at 6:15PM
SIMON FRASER
LAKERS
Capital News Centre (Rink 1)
SAT JAN 28 at 3:45PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
FRI FEB 3 at 7:00PM
VICTORIA
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
Logan Lake Recreatio (-)
SAT FEB 4 at 3:45PM
VICTORIA
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
FRI FEB 10 at 7:00PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex (-)
SAT FEB 11 at 3:45PM
LAKERS
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
SAT FEB 11 at 7:15PM
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
MARINERS
Nanaimo Ice Centre
FRI FEB 17 at 7:00PM
MARINERS
LAKERS
Prospera Place (-)
SAT FEB 18 at 7:00PM
VICTORIA
LAKERS
Capital News Centre (Rink 1)
SAT FEB 18 at 7:00PM
MARINERS
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
Logan Lake Recreatio (-)
SUN FEB 19 at 7:00PM
VICTORIA
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
Logan Lake Recreatio (-)
MON FEB 20 at 2:15PM
VICTORIA
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
FRI FEB 24 at 7:00PM
MARINERS
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
Logan Lake Recreatio (-)
FRI FEB 24 at 7:00PM
UO (ACHA)
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex
SAT FEB 25 at 3:45PM
MARINERS
SIMON FRASER
Bill Copeland Sports Centre
SAT FEB 25 at 7:00PM
LAKERS
LOGAN LAKE MINE.
Logan Lake Recreatio (-)
SAT FEB 25 at 7:00PM
UO (ACHA)
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex
FRI MAR 3 at 7:00PM
SIMON FRASER
VICTORIA
Ian Stewart Complex (-)
SAT MAR 4 at 7:15PM
SIMON FRASER
MARINERS
Nanaimo Ice Centre (-)

SCORING LEADERS
NW
26
Player Points
B Palmer 19
G Dunlop 18
G Hilton 18
M Ledyard 17
GOALIE LEADERS
Goalie SV%
J Thomson .947
J Drapeau .937
M Harroch .913
D Paul .909
History: Championships

BCIHL CHAMPIONSHIPS

2018/19 BCIHL Championships: March 14-15, 2019 - Langley, B.C.

Trinity Western University captured their second consecutive B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League championship, sweeping a pair of playoff series after a first place regular season finish. In the first round, the Spartans picked up 6-3 and 5-2 victories over their Lower Mainland rivals from Simon Fraser University. And in the Finals, Jarrett Fontaine scored with seconds left in Game 1 to give TWU a 3-2 win before they closed out the series with a dominant 9-1 performance. Evan Last led the postseason in scoring with four goals and six points in four games.

Winner: Trinity Western University (4-0)
Finalist: Vancouver Island University (2-2; lost Finals 2-0 to Trinity Western University)
Semi-Finalist: Simon Fraser University (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to Trinity Western University)
Semi-Finalist: Selkirk College (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to Vancouver Island University)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Jarrett Fontaine (Trinity Western University), Evan Last (Trinity Western University), Dylan McCann (Vancouver Island University)
Defencemen: Kaleb Denham (Trinity Western University), Jacob Mills (Trinity Western University)
Goaltender: Lucas Mills (Trinity Western University)

Most Valuable Player: Jarrett Fontaine (Trinity Western University)


Past Championships:

2017/18 BCIHL Championships: March 15-16, 2018 - Langley, B.C.

Trinity Western University captured their first B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League championship, capping a dominant season with a finals series sweep over Selkirk College. In the first round of the playoffs, the Spartans bounced the University of Victoria in two straight games and exacting revenge after the Vikes shocked TWU with a stunning Finals comeback in 2017. The trio of Evan Last, Jarrett Fontaine and Jordan Rendle combined for 28 points in TWU's four postseason games, while BCIHL all-time wins leader Silas Matthys ended his BCIHL career with a championship he richly deserved.

Winner: Trinity Western University (4-0)
Finalist: Selkirk College (2-2; lost Finals 2-0 to Trinity Western University)
Semi-Finalist: University of Victoria (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to Trinity Western University)
Semi-Finalist: Vancouver Island University (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to Selkirk College)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Jarrett Fontaine (Trinity Western University), Evan Last (Trinity Western University), Jordan Rendle (Trinity Western University)
Defencemen: Dustin Deugau (Trinity Western University), Seth Schmidt (Selkirk College)
Goaltender: Silas Matthys (Trinity Western University)

Most Valuable Player: Jarrett Fontaine (Trinity Western University)
 

2016/17 BCIHL Championships: March 17-20, 2017 - Langley, B.C.

The University of Victoria pulled off perhaps the most thrilling and dramatic championship win in league history. After sweeping Selkirk College and Simon Fraser University respectively in their first round series, TWU and UVic faced off in a Finals that went down to the wire. Tied 1-1 with less than two minutes remaining in a decisive Game 3, UVic scored to move ahead 2-1. But a shorthanded reply from the Spartans a minute later tied the game, setting up UVic's Shawn Mueller to score the championship winner with just seven seconds left in regulation. It marks UVic's fourth BCIHL title.

Winner: University of Victoria (4-1)
Finalist: Trinity Western University (3-2; lost Finals 2-1 to University of Victoria)
Semi-Finalist: Selkirk College (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to Trinity Western University)
Semi-Finalist: Simon Fraser University (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to University of Victoria)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Patrick Holland (University of Victoria), Evan Last (Trinity Western University), Shawn Mueller (University of Victoria)
Defencemen: Stefan Gonzales (Trinity Western University), Noah Henry (University of Victoria)
Goaltender: Silas Matthys (Trinity Western University)

Most Valuable Player: Shawn Mueller (University of Victoria)

 

2015/16 BCIHL Championships: March 18-19, 2016 - Castlegar, B.C.

Selkirk College continued to cement their dynasty, sweeping Trinity Western University for the second time in three years to capture their fourth consecutive BCIHL championship. The Saints were pushed to the limit in their first round series vs. UVic, dropping their first-ever home playoff game before rallying for a Game 3 victory.

Winner: Selkirk College (4-1)
Finalist: Trinity Western University (2-2; lost Finals 2-0 to Selkirk College)
Semi-Finalist: University of Victoria (1-2; lost first round 2-1 to Selkirk College)
Semi-Finalist: Simon Fraser University (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to TWU)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Dallas Calvin (Selkirk College), Ryan Edwards (Selkirk College), Linden Horswill (University of Victoria)
Defencemen: Tanner Lenting (Selkirk College), Blair Murphy (Trinity Western University)
Goaltender: James Prigione (Selkirk College)

Most Valuable Player: Ryan Edwards (Selkirk College)


2014/15 BCIHL Championships: March 13-14, 2015 - Castlegar, B.C.

Selkirk College became the first BCIHL team to earn a championship three-peat after entering the playoffs as the league's second-ranked team. The Saints beat third-seeded UVic in the opening round of the playoffs before sweeping SFU in the finals for the second time in three years.

Winner: Selkirk College (4-0)
Finalist: Simon Fraser University (2-2; lost Finals 2-0 to Selkirk College)
Semi-Finalist: Trinity Western University (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to SFU)
Semi-Finalist: University of Victoria (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to Selkirk College)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Ryan Edwards (Selkirk), Logan Proulx (Selkirk), Adam Callegari (SFU)
Defencemen: Stefan Gonzales (Selkirk), Jared Eng (SFU)
Goaltender: James Prigione (Selkirk College)

Most Valuable Player: Ryan Edwards (Selkirk College)


2013/14 BCIHL Championships: March 14-15, 2014 - Castlegar, B.C.

Selkirk College became the first team to repeat as BCIHL champions since Simon Fraser University won back-to-back titles in 2010 and 2011. The Saints swept fourth-seeded Thompson Rivers in the opening round of the playoffs before toppling a Trinity Western University squad that upset local rivals SFU to reach their first Finals since the league formed in 2006.

Winner: Selkirk College (4-0)
Finalist: Trinity Western University (2-3; lost Finals 2-0 to Selkirk College)
Semi-Finalist: Simon Fraser University (1-2; lost first round 2-1 to TWU)
Semi-Finalist: Thompson Rivers University (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to Selkirk College)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Cody Fidgett (Selkirk), Connor McLaughlin (Selkirk), J.P. Villeneuve (TWU)
Defencemen: Tanner Lenting (Selkirk), Blair Murphy (TWU)
Goaltender: Silas Matthys (TWU)

Most Valuable Player: Silas Matthys (Trinity Western University)


2012/13 BCIHL Championships: March 15-16, 2013 - Nelson, B.C.

For the first time in 2013, the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League determined its champion via a traditional playoff format. Selkirk College won their first league championship after posting a league-record 21-3 record in the regular season, as the Saints swept UVic and SFU in their two postseason series.

Winner: Selkirk College (4-0)
Finalist: Simon Fraser University (2-2; lost Finals 2-0 to Selkirk College)
Semi-Finalist: University of Victoria (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to Selkirk College)
Semi-Finalist: Thompson Rivers University (0-2; lost first round 2-0 to SFU)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Cody Fidgett (Selkirk), Brendan Silvester (SFU), Jordan Wood (Selkirk)
Defencemen: Kam Crawford (Selkirk), Taylor Swaffield (SFU)
Goaltender: Alex Sirard (Selkirk)

Most Valuable Player: Alex Sirard (Selkirk College)


2011/12 BCIHL Championships: March 14-18, 2012 - Kamloops, B.C.

The University of Victoria captured their third BCIHL championship in six years with a thrilling 4-3 overtime win over the top-seeded Simon Fraser University Clan to wrap up a cinderella run at Memorial Arena in Kamloops.

Winner: University of Victoria (4-0)
Finalist: Simon Fraser University (2-2)
Third Place: Okanagan College (1-2)
Fourth Place: Thompson Rivers University (1-2)
Fifth Place: Eastern Washington University (0-2)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Dustin Taylor (UVIC), Bill Smith (SFU), Brent Sutherland (UVIC)
Defencemen: Doug Evans (UVIC), Dave Mann (OC)
Goaltender: Graeme Gordon (SFU)

Most Valuable Player: Dustin Taylor (UVIC)
 

2010/11 BCIHL Championships: March 23-27, 2011 - Burnaby, B.C.

Simon Fraser University captured their second consecutive BCIHL title with a 5-2 victory over the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack on their home ice at the Bill Copeland Sports Centre.

Winner: Simon Fraser University (3-1)
Finalist: Thompson Rivers University (2-1)
Third Place: University of Victoria (2-2)
Fourth Place: Trinity Western University (1-2)
Fifth Place: Okanagan College (0-2)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Paul Moscone (SFU), Zac Rasmussen (TRU), Bill Smith (SFU)
Defencemen: James Isaacs (SFU), Matt Schultz (UVIC)
Goaltender: Anthony Manfredi (TRU)

Most Valuable Player: Paul Moscone (SFU)

2009/10 BCIHL Championships: March 18-21, 2010 - Langley, B.C.

Chris Chan and Jas Rai scored third period goals to lead SFU to a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Thompson Rivers University at the Langley Events Centre. The championship in the second in three years for SFU.

Winner: Simon Fraser University (3-1)
Finalist: Thompson Rivers University (2-1)
Third Place: Okanagan College (2-2)
Fourth Place: Trinity Western University (1-2)
Fifth Place: University of the Fraser Valley (0-2)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Joel Leonard (TRU), Jas Rai (SFU), Jassi Sangha (TRU)
Defencemen: David Boychuk (TRU), Kyle Boyko (SFU)
Goaltender: Adam Butler (OC)

Most Valuable Player: Jas Rai (SFU)


2008/09 BCIHL Championships: March 13-15, 2008 - Abbotsford, B.C.

The University of Victoria won its second championship in three seasons, topping regular season frontrunner SFU by a 3-1 score.

Winner: University of Victoria (3-1)
Finalist: Simon Fraser University (3-1)
Third Place: University of the Fraser Valley (1-2)
Fourth Place: Trinity Western University (0-3)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Brent Sutherland (UVic), Rob Vos (UFV), Jaime Laprise (SFU)
Defence: Iain Stewart (SFU), Matt Schultz (UVic)
Goaltender: Nick Olynyk (UVic)

Most Valuable Player: Brent Sutherland (UVic)
 

2007/08 BCIHL Championships: March 15th-17th, 2007 - Langley, BC

Simon Fraser University captured its first league title by defeating the University of the Fraser Valley by a 3-0 score.

Winner: Simon Fraser University (3-1)
Finalist: University-College of the Fraser Valley (2-2)
Third Place: University of Victoria (2-1)
Fourth Place: Trinity Western University (0-3)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Jaime Laprise (SFU), Blair Driedger (SFU), Daniel MacIver (UFV)
Defence: Warren Gardner (SFU), Peter Francis (UFV)
Goaltender: Joseph Demare (SFU)

Most Valuable Player: Blair Driedger (SFU)
 

2006/07 BCIHL Championships: March 16th-18th, 2007 - Langley, BC

The University of Victoria capped its unbeaten 2007/08 season with an 8-3 victory over the University-College of the Fraser Valley to capture the 2007 BCIHL Championship.

Winner: University of Victoria (4-0)
Finalist: University-College of the Fraser Valley (2-2)
Third Place: Simon Fraser University (1-2)
Fourth Place: Trinity Western University (0-3)

All-Star Team:

Forwards: Drew Davis (UVic), Kit Matkaluk (UVic), Shawn Murracas (SFU)Defence: Nathan Sagert (UCFV), Etienne du Toit (UVic)
Goaltender: Gord Neave (UVic)

Most Valuable Player: Drew Davis (UVic)

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