The Burnaby Winter Club hired Aaron Wilber as head coach of the new Hockey Academy prep team for 2013.
The Burnaby Winter Club hired Aaron Wilber as the head coach of the new Hockey Academy prep team for 2013.
The search for the next head coach of the Richmond Sockeyes became an easy one with return of one of their best in franchise history.
A Back to the Future move by the Delta Ice Hawks will have a pair of familiar faces behind the bench next season.
The Richmond Sockeyes rule junior B hockey in Western Canada, thanks in large part to the scoring exploits of a pair of linemates from Langley.
Aaron Wilbur will go down as the most successful coach in the 40-year history of the Richmond Sockeyes.
The turning point of the Richmond Sockeyes' remarkable playoff run didn't happen on the ice or even in the dressing room.
It's a good thing the Richmond Sockeyes have an ownership group that is passionate about junior hockey and the storied franchise.
The Richmond Sockeyes will be representing B.C. at this week's Keystone Cup Western Canadian junior "B" hockey championships in Manitoba after capturing their fifth Cyclone Taylor Cup in franchise history.
The Richmond Ice Centre looked to be in full off-season mode last Sunday with the exception of one rink.
Linemates one day and playoff combatants the next. Such is the scenario for Mak Barden and Anthony Brito.
It's just like old times for Jake Roder and that's good news for the Richmond Sockeyes.
Jackson Gooch has wasted little time in making an impact with the McNeese State University varsity men's baseball team.
The Abbotsford Pilots will host the Keystone Cup, Western Canada's Junior B Hockey Championship in April 2014. The Cup was last hosted in B.C. in 2010 by the Kamloops Storm of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL).
Efficient, skilled, disciplined: these adjectives described the Richmond Sockeyes' performance Tuesday at Aldergrove Arena.
The Aldergrove Kodiaks' season is on the line tonight (March 26) at Aldergrove Arena.
The Aldergrove Kodiaks finally have a dance partner for the Pacific Junior Hockey League championship series.
The Delta Ice Hawks ran out of gas and into a determined opponent in their bid to repeat as Pacific International Junior Hockey League champions.
The results are in for the Richmond News Youth Writing Contest.