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The Selkirk College Saints are gearing up for another exciting season of BCIHL hockey with a team loaded with talent. The team's schedule has been released and the date for the annual fundraising golf tournament set as they move towards the early-October home opener.
With a goal of returning the BCIHL championship to the West Kootenay, the Selkirk College Saints have put the final pieces of puzzle together for the 2018-2019 roster that will include a trio of defensive stalwarts who will make the blueline crew one of top units in the league.
The Selkirk College Saints are putting together the pieces for what will be another outstanding season on the ice. The team didn't need to look far to find three players who will help with a successful 2018-2019 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season.
Success at the post-secondary level requires commitment and desire to overcome obstacles which is exactly the forumla the Selkirk College Saints employ when putting together a roster to compete in the BCIHL. As the team gets set for the upcoming season, two new additions will help the team work towards the ultimate goal of a championship.
Hockey fans have come to expect plenty of goals when they attend Selkirk College Saints games with the team's trademark high energy offence. As the team prepares to embark on the 2018-2019 season, they are adding plenty of firepower.
The Selkirk College Saints are busy putting together a roster for the upcoming BCIHL season designed to make a run at a league championship and have started with a pair of locally groomed players who are excited to pursue their academics and athletics close-to-home.
The Selkirk College Saints enjoyed a highly successful 2017-2018 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season with the student-athletes representing the program on and off the ice. The annual year-end banquet shone a spotlight on the best of the best.
The Selkirk College Saints hockey team fell short in the quest for a fifth British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League crown, but gave the Trinity Western University Spartans a determined effort in the championship series.
The Selkirk College Saints hockey team will be looking to reclaim the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League championship this coming weekend in Langley against the Trinity Western University Spartans after a thrilling end to the semi-final series in Castlegar on Saturday night.
As the Selkirk College Saints near the end of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season, they can credit a trio of health care professionals for helping keep the team moving forward towards the goal of winning a provincial championship.
Needing a win to lock up second place in the standings and host the first round of the playoffs, the Selkirk College Saints came through with a 5-1 victory against Vancouver Island University. The Saints will how host the league semi-final at the Castlegar & District Recreation Complex.
Needing a victory to keep hopes alive for playing in front of a home crowd to start the BCIHL post-season, the Selkirk College Saints pushed Saturday's game against Simon Fraser University to extra time before settling the outcome and building even more drama for the final regular season game.
With the stretch drive to the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League playoffs in its final stages, the Selkirk College Saints aim to lock down home ice advantage for the first round with a match-up against the Simon Fraser University Clan.
The Selkirk College Saints will pack their bags for four straight road games to Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland, but before hitting the road the locals captured a vital two points against the Simon Fraser University Clan at their home arena.
The Selkirk College Saints needed four points to keep pace in the race for first place overall in the BCIHL and they accomplished the task with a pair of victories over the Eastern Washington University Eagles.
After a high octane double-header at home where the Selkirk College Saints let the Trinity Western University Spartans escape town with a pair of wins, the team will regroup in its effort to capture first place in the BCIHL before the regular season ends in early-March.
The Selkirk College Saints hockey team prepare to start the second semester of play with three new additions to the line-up that will help make an already strong team even that much more equipped to challenge for a league championship this coming March.
With the first half of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season now in the books, the Selkirk College Saints are the established team to beat as the student athletes take a break from the action that will resume in the second week of January.
A new winter recreation amenity will soon be available in the region when the Blewett Conservation Society's outdoor rink project is completed. Getting an assist on the project is the Selkirk College Carpentry Foundation Program students who have been putting together the pieces in the Silver King Campus shop and will spearhead the installation of the boards.
A balanced offensive attack and strong goaltending have helped the Selkirk College Saints off to a perfect 10-0 start to the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season. The student athletes now hit the road for the remainder of the first semester portion of the season.
The Selkirk College Saints continued their early season roll with a pair of victories over the University of Victoria Vikes on home ice over the weekend. The 8-0 Saints will now attempt to keep their unblemished BCIHL regular season record intact when they host the Trinity Western University Spartans on Friday night at the Castlegar & District Recreation Complex.
The Selkirk College Saints continued to roll after picking up a pair of road victories on Vancouver Island over the weekend. The team returns to the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre on Friday and Saturday night where they will display their spirited tenacity against the University of Victoria in a weekend double-header.
The Selkirk College Saints continue to roll through the early stage of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season after earning a fourth straight win in a spirited game against Vancouver Island University on Saturday night.
The British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League's newest team will visit the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre this Saturday night with four familiar faces in the line-up as the Vancouver Island University Mariners take on the Selkirk College Saints.
The Selkirk College Saints open a brand new hockey season on Friday when they take on the Simon Fraser University Clan as the team begins its journey towards what is hoped to be another championship finish in the second semester.
The countdown to the 2017-2018 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season is on and the Selkirk College Saints continue to bolster their roster for the upcoming campaign where they hope to return the league championship trophy to Castlegar.
The Selkirk College Saints continue to build a solid roster for the upcoming British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season where there is great optimism to return a provincial championship to Castlegar. The two latest commitments have both chosen the Business Administration Program to focus their studies.
The Selkirk College Saints added two more important pieces to the post-graduation rebuilding for the upcoming 2017-2018 BCIHL season with commitments from a pair of blue chip former junior standouts.
The official end to the 2016-2017 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season for the Selkirk College Saints took place last week at the Castlegar Golf Club with the annual awards night that featured recognizing outstanding achievements by individual players.