The defending Western Lacrosse Association champion Langley Thunder were looking to improve their record to 2-0 when they made their 2013 home debut last night (May 22) at the Langley Events Centre.
More than eight months after their season started, the Surrey Eagles' dream of playing for the national championship fell one goal short.
It was clutched in his hand as he lay on the floor of his den, surrounded by the detritus of a disorganized life, including at least ten empty bottles of Sleeman's Honey Brown. It was more than a week since the provincial election, and he'd yet to hand in his "post mortem" following the defeat of the NDP.
The Burnaby Lakers didn't get the start they wanted in the Western Lacrosse Association season opener.
Cory Oskam looks like your typical teenage goaltender. His broad, fleshy frame fills a net and even in the gym for ball hockey, he positions his five-foot-eleven body to stop shots as if he's wearing voluminous padding.
THE lawyer for a North Shore man who stole cigarettes from London Drugs during the June 2011 Stanley Cup riot is asking a judge to let his client off without a criminal record.
Chilliwack's Ryan Bowen is heading to Moose Jaw, Sask., this week and he couldn't be happier.
The Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association is seeking coaches for all levels of hockey. If you have a passion for hockey and would like to share your knowledge with others, apply for one of these volunteer positions. Coaches do not need to have a child registered in minor hockey. Application forms are available on the CMHA website at www. chilliwackminorhockey.com. House 'C' coach applications are due May 31. Annual criminal record checks required.
The Burnaby Lakers are a little bit older, hopefully a little wiser, but almost assuredly the men in green and gold will be a whole lot better when the Western Lacrosse Association season opener kicks off on Friday.
CALM down, fans of the Vancouver Canucks. You do not need to blow this team up.
Delta Islanders Midget "A" lacrosse team continued its impressive start to the season by capturing bronze at last weekend's Barn Burner Tournament in Ridge Meadows.
Every game, Surrey Eagles coach Matt Erhart has to deal with a problem most junior hockey coaches would kill for.
Mortality figures continue to come in following the Canucks' elimination from the first round of the playoffs.
The Chilliwack Chiefs announced Tuesday that leading scorer Austin Plevy will return next year. Plevy had committed to play college hockey for Merrimack next year, but will postpone his move south one more year.
Cory Oskam looks like your typical teenage goaltender.
King George secondary school honours student Rita Steele is this year's recipient of the Danielle Horwitz Social Justice Award. Steele is the vice-president of Vancouver District Student Council and helped launch the Let's Talk About It campaign and youth forum following the 2011 Stanley Cup riot. In her spare time, she volunteered with citizenU, a youth antidiscrimination organization, and Big Brothers and Sisters of Canada, and also helped organize an initiative to establish student representatives on school boards across the province. Mayor Robertson will hand out the award, which comes with $12,000 towards her tuition next fall as a first-year science student at UBC, at a special ceremony June 18.
Richard Morrison was thrilled to be honoured with the BC Rehab Gert Vorsteher Memorial Award last week.
The B.C. champion Surrey Eagles got off to a flying start at the Royal Bank Cup national junior A hockey championships in Prince Edward Island Sunday afternoon.
The Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association is seeking coaches for all levels of hockey. If you have a passion for hockey and would like to share your knowledge with others, apply for one of these volunteer positions. Coaches do not need to have a child registered in minor hockey. Application forms are available on the CMHA website at www. chilliwackminorhockey.com.