Still a few spots left for Main Camp

Kelowna Chiefs main camp August 19th – 21st still has a few openings. If interested in playing for the Chiefs this season or if you would like to attend in hopes of being AP’d for the coming season please register by CLICKING HERE. Hope to see you at the rink.

Chiefs dispose of Steam, on to KIJHL conference final

Displaying the mettle they’ll need all the more in the next playoff round, the Kelowna Chiefs recovered from a two-goal first-period deficit for a win tonight at the Rutland Arena. The favoured Chiefs scored three unanswered goals in the second period on the way to doubling the stubborn Summerland Steam 4-2 and winning the Kootenay […]

Shutout win has Chiefs poised to wrap up KIJHL series on Thursday

Continuing to look more like the first-overall team they were in the regular season, the Kelowna Chiefs have taken a stranglehold of their Kootenay International Junior Hockey League playoff series with the Summerland Steam. Braeden Mitchell turned aside all 29 shots he faced tonight at the Summerland Arena and his teammates displayed a well-balanced attack […]

Chiefs erupt for seven goals to take KIJHL series lead

Held to four points among them in the first two encounters, Lane Paddison, Brody Dale and Ryan Stack sprung loose for 11 in the third game of the Kelowna Chiefs’ Kootenay International Junior Hockey League division final with the Summerland Steam tonight. Led by the explosive trio, the Chiefs finally lived up to expectations in […]

Kelowna Chiefs even KI series against stubborn Steam

The Kelowna Chiefs got back to doing what they were predicted to do, but not without more fight than expected from the Summerland Steam. Runaway first-place finishers in the Okanagan Division of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League, the Chiefs rebounded from a 2-1 defeat in the first game of the series by defeating the […]

Top scorers tamed but Chiefs still take 2-0 series lead

Despite their group of top producers being shut out for one of the very few times this season, the Kelowna Chiefs still found enough firepower to defeat the visiting Osoyoos Coyotes 3-1 on Wednesday and will take a 2-0 lead in their Kootenay International Junior Hockey League playoff series to the South Okanagan this weekend. […]