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The Sicamous Eagles (dark jerseys) have blanked division rivals 100 Mile House Wranglers in three of five meetings in the KIJHL this season. The latest came Sunday afternoon, Jan. 23, at the Sicamous Recreation Centre with the Eagles handing the Wranglers a 10th straight loss, 4-0. (Black Press file photo)

Sicamous Eagles slam door on 100 Mile House

KIJHL: Eagles score 4-0 win; hand Wranglers a 10th straight defeat

 

It's KIJHL game day in Sicamous. (@Sicamous_Eagles)

Sicamous Eagles host 100 Mile House in KIJHL action Sunday

Game time is 2 p.m. at Sicamous Rec Centre, followed by Skate With The Eagles session at 4:30 p.m.

 

Kaleb Kremp (88) scored once as the hometown Osoyoos Coyotes beat the North Okanagan Knights 6-4 in KIJHL action Sunday, Jan. 16, in the south Okanagan. (Osoyoos Coyotes Facebook/Jen Jensen Photography)

North Okanagan Knights fall to Osoyoos Coyotes

KIJHL: Osoyoos, the league’s top team, beats North Okanagan 6-4 in Sunday afternoon action

 

The list of rescheduled games involving the Princeton Posse, the Summerland Steam, and the 100 Mile House Wranglers. (KIJHL)

KIJHL postpones games, players and staff test positive for COVID-19

Games involving Princeton Posse, Summerland Steam, and 100 Mile House Wranglers have been postponed

The list of rescheduled games involving the Princeton Posse, the Summerland Steam, and the 100 Mile House Wranglers. (KIJHL)
The visiting Osoyoos Coyotes needed a 71st shot to beat the North Okanagan Knights 4-3 in overtime in KIJHL action Saturday, Jan. 8, in Armstrong. (Jen Jensen Photography)

Butler, Dubinsky lead North Okanagan Knights to three of four points

KIJHL: New forward scores three goals in first two games, goalie stops 95 of 102 weekend shots

The visiting Osoyoos Coyotes needed a 71st shot to beat the North Okanagan Knights 4-3 in overtime in KIJHL action Saturday, Jan. 8, in Armstrong. (Jen Jensen Photography)
The North Okanagan Knights traded Jesse Lee and the rights to Owen Spannier to the Sicamous Eagles in exchange for forward Paison Butler Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022. (KIJHL photo)

North Okanagan Knights acquire forward in trade with Sicamous Eagles

The Knights picked up Paison Butler in exchange for Jesse Lee, rights to Owen Spannier

The North Okanagan Knights traded Jesse Lee and the rights to Owen Spannier to the Sicamous Eagles in exchange for forward Paison Butler Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022. (KIJHL photo)
Overtime was needed – though not much extra time – to determine a KIJHL winner Saturday, Dec. 18, at Armstrong’s Nor-Val Sports Centre between the Sicamous Eagles and North Okanagan Knights. (Black Press - file shot)

North Okanagan Knights snap losing skid with overtime win over Sicamous

Knights had lost nine straight; Eagles now riding nine-game skid; Carter Wiebe scores game-winner

Overtime was needed – though not much extra time – to determine a KIJHL winner Saturday, Dec. 18, at Armstrong’s Nor-Val Sports Centre between the Sicamous Eagles and North Okanagan Knights. (Black Press - file shot)
The puck rolls agonizingly close to the goalline past Summerland Steam goalie Ben Lewis, who was able to keep it out of the net, denying the hometown North Okanagan Knights a goal. The Steam beat the Knights 4-3 in KIJHL action Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Nor-Val Sports Centre. (Jenna Fochler Photo)

North Okanagan Knights can’t buy KIJHL win

Knights losing streak reaches eight as home team falls 4-3 to Summerland

The puck rolls agonizingly close to the goalline past Summerland Steam goalie Ben Lewis, who was able to keep it out of the net, denying the hometown North Okanagan Knights a goal. The Steam beat the Knights 4-3 in KIJHL action Saturday, Dec. 11, at the Nor-Val Sports Centre. (Jenna Fochler Photo)
Beaver Valley Nitehawks coach and GM Terry Jones was suspended eight games after two players were found to have played games despite not being completely vaccinated. Photo: Jim Bailey

KIJHL team fined, coach suspended for COVID-19 policy breach

Two players with the Beaver Valley Nitehawks played games despite not having two vaccine doses

Beaver Valley Nitehawks coach and GM Terry Jones was suspended eight games after two players were found to have played games despite not being completely vaccinated. Photo: Jim Bailey
KIJHL games have been postponed through Dec. 31. (File Photo)

Sicamous Eagles’ offence erupts

KIJHL: Eagles score season-high nine times; wrap of league action Friday and Saturday

KIJHL games have been postponed through Dec. 31. (File Photo)
The Sicamous Eagles visited District of Sicamous council on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021. (Contributed)

Sicamous Eagles visit council, raise awareness and funds for men’s health

The hockey team’s Movember campaign has raised $1,640 so far

The Sicamous Eagles visited District of Sicamous council on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021. (Contributed)
A KIJHL franchise could begin playing in Quesnel in fall of 2022. (File Photo)

Added time a bonus for North Okanagan Knights

KIJHL: Knights score two overtime victories on time change weekend

A KIJHL franchise could begin playing in Quesnel in fall of 2022. (File Photo)
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Delta to host B.C. Junior ‘B’ hockey’s Cyclone Taylor Cup championship next April

The 2021 tournament was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

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The Sicamous Eagles will be hosting their annual Kids Halloween Pumpkin Carve on Oct. 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. upstairs at the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre. (File photo)

From pucks to pumpkins: Sicamous Eagles to host annual Kids Halloween Pumpkin Carve

Event will be held Oct. 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre

The Sicamous Eagles will be hosting their annual Kids Halloween Pumpkin Carve on Oct. 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. upstairs at the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre. (File photo)
A converted shipping container will soon store the Sicamous Eagles’ wet gear after away games. The shipping container will be placed beside the ‘Eagles’ Nest’ dormitory, behind the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre. (File photo)

Safety order prohibits Sicamous Eagles from storing gear after hours at rec centre

Anonymous donor steps up with funding for drying and storage alternative

A converted shipping container will soon store the Sicamous Eagles’ wet gear after away games. The shipping container will be placed beside the ‘Eagles’ Nest’ dormitory, behind the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre. (File photo)
A KIJHL franchise could begin playing in Quesnel in fall of 2022. (File Photo)

Summerland steams past North Okanagan Knights

KIJHL: North OK, Summerland, Chase Heat split weekend encounters as each goes 1-1

A KIJHL franchise could begin playing in Quesnel in fall of 2022. (File Photo)
A KIJHL franchise could begin playing in Quesnel in fall of 2022. (File Photo)

Sicamous Eagles drop weekend twinbill

Eagles fall 4-2 to Chase and 3-0 to Princeton at Sicamous Recreation Centre

A KIJHL franchise could begin playing in Quesnel in fall of 2022. (File Photo)
The Sicamous Eagles salute the crowd at the recreation centre after their 3-1 win over the North Okanagan Knights in the Eagles’ KIJHL regular-season home opener. (Facebook video)

Sicamous Eagles topple North Okanagan Knights

Eagles score 3-1 win in KIJHL home opener

The Sicamous Eagles salute the crowd at the recreation centre after their 3-1 win over the North Okanagan Knights in the Eagles’ KIJHL regular-season home opener. (Facebook video)
The Sicamous Eagles hockey team will play their home opener for the 2021-22 KIJHL season on Oct. 2 at the Sicamous & District Recreation Centre. (File photo)

Sicamous Eagles ready to soar once more as home opener approaches

Eagles general manager said lessons learned on and off the ice this year will benefit young players

The Sicamous Eagles hockey team will play their home opener for the 2021-22 KIJHL season on Oct. 2 at the Sicamous & District Recreation Centre. (File photo)
The Spokane Braves (white jerseys) will not participate in the upcoming 2021-22 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season due to travel uncertainty between Canada and the United States. (File photo)

Spokane opts out of KIJHL season

American club cites travel uncertainty between Canada and the U.S. for dropping out

The Spokane Braves (white jerseys) will not participate in the upcoming 2021-22 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season due to travel uncertainty between Canada and the United States. (File photo)