The KIJHL Notebook: Goal leaders

  This week’s KIJHL Notebook focuses on the goal leaders on each te am. Included will be game-winners (GWG), short-handed goals (SHG) and power-play (PPG). Last season, Keenan Ingram of the Columbia Valley Rockies led the league with 43 goals in 41 games. Osoyoos Coyote Coletyn Boyarski led with nine game-winners, and his teammate Carter […]

The KIJHL Notebook: World Junior Championship

  Merry Christmas to everyone in the KIJHL. Christmas is almost here, that means the World Junior Championships are too. This great International Ice Hockey Federation tournament, hosted by Sweden, is the focus of this week’s KIJHL Notebook. We’ve connected with a player from each division and asked them to share their thoughts on the […]

Top Shelf – The KIJHL podcast for Dec. 22

Welcome to Top Shelf – The KIJHL podcast. This week, we bring Season’s Greetings from the four corners of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League in British Columbia and Washington State.   Top Shelf: The KIJHL Podcast – S2 E16 – December 22 – Season’s Greetings from the KIJHL |

The KIJHL Notebook for Dec. 15

As the Christmas break nears for most Kootenay International Junior Hockey League teams, the KIJHL Notebook focuses on their play while touching on recent player acquisitions for some teams. Eddie Mountain Division Kimberley Dynamiters Head Coach-GM Derek Stuart is happy that players are starting to understand their roles and has everyone contribute as they’ve won […]

The KIJHL Notebook: New Wave – Bill Ohlhausen division

  This week in the KIJHL Notebook, the New Wave of rookies in the Bill Ohlhausen division is the focus with the head coach-GM of each team providing a scouting report on each player. This wraps up the Notebook series on rookies.   Princeton Posse Forwards Jackson Gush (2007- 6-0, 160-pounds) The local product is […]

KIJHL Notebook for Nov. 3

  Rookies are once making an impact among the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League points leaders. On the skaters side, five of the Top 10 are first-year players – Zach Baumann and Tie Schumacher from Spokane, Owen Dewitt and Hayden Evans from Sicamous Eagles and Tysin Mulligan from the Columbia Valley Rockies. It’s impressive to […]

Top Shelf – The KIJHL podcast for Nov. 3

Welcome to Top Shelf – The KIJHL podcast. This Week on Top Shelf, Emanuel Sequeira talks with one of the Hudl Instat Players of the Week, Defenceman Jake Kessler from the Kelowna Chiefs. The Beaver Valley Nitehawks’ Connor Stojan was Goaltender of the Week while Ryan Larsen of the Kamloops Storm was Forward of the […]

Larsen, Kessler & Stojan named KIJHL 3 Stars

    Ryan Larsen (Kamloop Storm), Jake Kessler (Kelowna Chiefs) and Connor Stojan (Beaver Valley Nitehawks) have been selected as the Hudl Instat Kootenay International Junior Hockey League 3 Stars of the Week for the period ending Oct. 29. Larsen – Top Forward –The Kamloops product netted two goals and collected four assists to help […]

KIJHL Notebook for Oct. 27

  The Beaver Valley Nitehawks are the highest scoring team in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League with 60 goals in 10 games for an average of six a game. Their top guns are Adam Redding and Tim Josza with six goals each. The Princeton Posse are the second highest with 46 goals in 10 […]

KIJHL Notebook – Oct. 20

  Thirteen Kootenay International Junior Hockey League teams have scored in the first minute of a period this season, for a total of 24 goals. The Columbia Valley Rockies lead with four first-minute goals, followed by the Spokane Braves and Summerland Steam with three. The Beaver Valley Nitehawks, Fernie Ghostriders, Kelowna Chiefs and Nelson Leafs […]