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The senior earned a first all-star team selection even though his team was knocked out early.
Credo came out on top as the arch-rivals battled for a senior girls 1A provincial banner.
Daniel Chenard is in a zone and his play helped his Chiefs get past Langley in the first round.
The Knights went 3-1 and finished third overall at the year end tournament in Langley.
Klebe’s rink demolished the field at the tournament in Nanaimo, qualifying for nationals.
The Chiefs erased an 0-3 series deficit and moved on to round two with a 3-2 triumph Sunday night.
Defenceman gets three-year, entry-level deal with Vancouver
Local skating club presented Adventures into the Unknown for its annual carnival on ice
Canada’s first game Sunday will be against Spain
Vancouver goalie Markstrom pulled in first period
Comox athlete takes gold at World Cup freestyle event
Vancouver drops first 2 games of MLS season
The Canadians finished 14th last year in Vancouver
The Chiefs are back to even in their first round series, with a chance to win on home ice.
Jim Cotter’s team falls 6-5 to Saskatchewan to finish eighth at Canadian men’s curling championships
The Prince George basketball team stopped the Grizzlies in a Thursday night provincial quarter-final
The Bentley Falcons netminder had a fantastic February, lifting his team into a prime playoff spot.
Janet Klebe’s rink has been dominating opponents in Nanaimo and appears to be playoff bound.
Athletic and entertaining, a roster of wrestlers will put on a show at Tzeachten Hall.
Every game is a teachable moment, said Andy Rose, who joined the Whitecaps in December