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CALGARY, Alta. – The Canadian Junior Hockey League announced Wednesday that Alex Newhook of the Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL) has been named the recipient of the its Top Rookie Award for the 2017-18 season. Newhook, a 17-year-old St. John’s, NL product, g...

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The Victoria Grizzlies Junior Hockey organization along with two youth Jr. Grizzlies teams and their family members will be heading to Central Europe this August. The teams will be playing hockey and touring in the countries of Germany, Austria and Italy....

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Cleve Dheensaw / Times Colonist APRIL 10, 2018 10:36 PM You can’t buy a reputation. It must be earned. The Victoria Grizzlies of the B.C. Hockey League have to be glad they have a good one. It has netted them another prize recruit in forward Jack O’Le...

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This JSH (Junior Showcase Hockey) league is an independent spring showcase program organized by Junior A teams to give top players in their region the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of coaches and scouts from various levels of hockey. This ...

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The BCHL, like the rest of the sports world, is in mourning in the wake of the news from Saskatchewan about the Humboldt Broncos Friday evening. Humboldt’s team was certainly familiar to the BCHL and a big name on the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL...

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The Victoria Grizzlies are pleased to announce Ethan Nother has agreed to a scholarship with the Bemidji State Beavers NCAA Division 1 hockey team. Former Victoria Grizzlies’ Gerry, Myles, and Leo Fitzgerald also earned scholarships to Bemidji stat...

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The Victoria Grizzlies are pleased to announce current Grizzlies defenseman, Dayne Finnson, has accepted a scholarship to play for the University of Alabama-Huntsville Chargers, NCAA Division 1 hockey club, next season. The 20 year old Finnson has been a ...

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Cleve Dheensaw / Times Colonist MARCH 19, 2018 10:45 PM In a battle of steely wills in the crease, Kurtis Chapman’s proved the steeliest. He wouldn’t have been out of place in Hamilton or Pittsburgh. Chapman, who overcame the loss of his best friend ...

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Cleve Dheensaw / Times Colonist MARCH 12, 2018 10:43 PM It felt to the Victoria Grizzlies like the B.C. Hockey League’s version of Survivor. “There’s a lot of relief. It’s great to be alive and still going,” said Grizzlies GM and head coach Crai...

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The Grizzlies set some records and came back from being down 3-0 in Round 1 against the Alberni Valley Bulldogs winning Game 7 by a 3-1 score. The BCHL record books are incomplete but this is the first such comeback in memory since the league website was ...

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This year’s recipient of the Al Gillies Volunteer of the year award goes to Sue Blaase.
Blaase has been with the Grizzlies now for 3 seasons and has been the team’s secret weapon when it come to skate management. Blaase travels with the team on the road and makes sure every players skates are alway ready to go. If it means coming hours early to the rink or sticking around after, or a quick fix during the game.
Sue is there for the boys when they need her most. On behalf of the Victoria Grizzlies - Thank you Sue for all your wonderful effort!
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Congratulations to the Chilliwack Chiefs on winning the #RBCCup2018

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The Victoria Grizzlies Most Inspirational Player goes to hard-nosed D man and team Captain Drayson Pears. The Island native, finished his third season with the Grizzlies, and is headed to UAA: University of Alaska Anchorage to begin his NCAA career. Pears, who suffered a major injury early in the season and missed two months of playing time, bounced back incredibly and finished the season strong for his teammates. With his ability to make big hits at big times, and as well, raise his game to a higher level when needed most, whether offensively or defensively; Pear’s knew when an impact was needed to be made and he was always ready for the challenge. A warrior on the ice and a role model in our community, Pear’s is an inspiration to his teammates and the youth in our community.
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