Season Tickets On Sale Now

2023-24 Season Tickets Now Available Enjoy all Kelowna Chiefs regular season home games. Hard tickets will be provided so if you can’t make it, give them away for someone else to enjoy. We play out of Rutland Arena and there is a great full concession and the venue is licensed. Free parking and very family […]

HockeyTV is now FloHockey

Fans of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League will notice a few key changes when they tune in to watch their favourite team’s broadcasts this season, as HockeyTV is now part of the FloSports family and has been re-branded as FloHockey. In order to enjoy KIJHL game broadcasts during the 2023/24 season, fans who already […]

Quick Shift: A look at the Kelowna Chiefs

  Welcome to Quick Shift, which provides previews on each of the 20 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League teams leading up to the start of the 2023-24 regular season. Next are the Kelowna Chiefs. The Chiefs finished last in the Bill Ohlhausen Division with a record of 6-34-1-3 in 44 regular season games. Chiefs Head […]

Chiefs Main Camp

Kelowna Chiefs Main camp is set for August 21-23. Players will find out what team they are on at registration. If you are travelling with someone and would like to be on the same team – please email

BC Hockey approves KIJHL for Junior A status

The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) is thrilled to announce that the league and its 20 member clubs have been reclassified as Junior A, Tier 2 beginning the 2023/24 season following a unanimous vote by BC Hockey’s Board of Directors. The decision immediately vaults the KIJHL to Junior A status and provides an avenue […]

Chiefs’ Ferrie signs with ACHA Saints

  Kelowna Chiefs defenceman and captain Patrick Ferrie has signed to play for the Maryville University Saints in the ACHA next season. The West Kelowna product had four points in 10 regular season games. Ferrie made his KIJHL debut with the Revelstoke Grizzlies in 2018-19, playing two games as an affiliate player.  In 21 games […]

KIJHL alumni recognized by WCHL

  On Saturday, Kootenay International Junior Hockey League alumni Ty Marchant (Kelowna Chiefs) and Josh Olson (Revelstoke/Sicamous/Princeton) were among players the Western Collegiate Hockey League recognized for their regular season awards. Marchant, who plays for Arizona State University, was named to the All-League Second Team, the All-Rookie Team and Rookie of the Year. He had […]

Top Shelf podcast for January 27

Welcome to episode 21 of Top Shelf – The KIJHL podcast. Matteus Reis is part of the Grand Forks Border Bruins’ leadership group; Emanuel Sequeira talks with him about the season the Bruins have put together. We really put Emanuel to work this week. He chats with Columbia Valley’s Keenan Ingram, Kelowna’s Maddix McCagherty and […]

KIJHL Notebook

  Kelowna native Maddix McCagherty began his junior hockey career in the WHL with the Swift Current Broncos, who selected him in the 2021 bantam draft in the second round, 25th overall. The 16-year-old played 13 games and registered four shots. The Kelowna Chiefs announced on January 7 that they added the 5-11, 160-pound forward. […]