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Three time provincial weight class champ Justin Hancock went into nationals with an injured elbow.
The program will run Tuesdays and Fridays, starting July 19 and running through Sept. 26.
Eleven year old Graeme Laybourn will head to Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in late July.
Five former or current Chiefs are on the NHL’s Central Scouting ranking of North American skaters.
It’s the first big event at the just-opened Chilliwack Curling Club, and features an exciting field.
The BCHL’s regular season champs were taken out in four straight by their Mainland division rivals.
Wall is in the running for MVP and top rookie, and will find out if he’s won before the playoffs.
The regular season champs travel to Prince George this weekend with nothing on the line.
The Chiefs were out-shot 36-13 but goalie Daniel Chenard was superb in a battle of the BCHL’s best.
The Chiefs can lock up home ice advantage throughout the playoffs with a winning week.
The Chiefs topped the Surrey Eagles 4-1 at Prospera Centre in a battle of first versus worst.
Backstopped by resurgent goalie Daniel Chenard, the Chiefs have won seven straight games.
The Vipers outplayed the Chiefs for 40 minutes, but Chilliwack came back in the third period.
Junior A, NCAA and minor pro veteran Grant Rollheiser has been a valuable mentor for Chenard.
Victoria’s Alex Newhook got the nod with Kevin Wall and Skyler Brind’Amour earning honourable mentions
The Canadian Junior Hockey League’s latest weekly top 20 has the Chiefs jumping up three spots.
The junior A club is all alone in first place in the league and Mainland division standings.
Langley threw a scare into the BCHL leading Chiefs before eventually falling 4-3 in overtime.
The Chiefs are up to No. 13 in the weekly ranking of the top junior A teams in Canada.
Wenatchee is a very tough place to play a BCHL game, but the Chiefs have had good luck.