We regret to inform all those players that were interested in attending our camp that it is unfortunately cancelled and we will not be holding a lower mainland camp this year.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018
The VIJHL has determined that the Nanaimo Buccaneers played an ineligible player in their first two games of the 2018/2019 season. The points generated for the standings from Game #R003 versus the Campbell River Storm and Game #R007 versus the Oceanside Generals have been reversed. The Storm and...
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Thursday, September 13, 2018
Come out to George Pearkes Arena on Friday, October 26 and help the Saanich Braves raise much needed funds for the Victoria Hospice. It’s the ‘Braves Anneswer to Cancer’.Proceeds from ticket sales, chuck-a-puck, 50/50, the post-game jersey auction and the silent auction will go to the Hospice.It...
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Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Earlier this summer the Westshore Wolves announced that Brandon Tutte had committed to the University of Alabama to continue his hockey career.  The Alabama Men’s Hockey Team was founded in 2005 and competes at the ACHA Division 1 level.  “I’m just getting settled here in Alabama. I’m excited to...
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Sunday, August 19, 2018
Jordan Kamprath has taken over the reigns as the new head coach for the Comox Valley Glacier Kings. Kamprath is a former Glacier Kings player where he played parts of 3 seasons with Comox Valley and last year served as their assistant coach. He has also played for the Campbell River Storm and had a...
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018
The Campbell River Storm like the vast majority of junior hockey programs in this country rely on billet families. Without them, most of these young men would not be able to pursue their dream. All teams in the VIJHL rely on billet families in some fashion and although there may be some...
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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
The Quality Foods Oceanside Generals have added a key piece to their coaching staff. Andrew Riddell has been named an assistant coach and will join the hockey club immediately.  Andrew was born and raised in Nanaimo, where he grew up playing Minor Hockey. He graduated from the program and was...
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