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by Emanuel Sequeira KIJHL Director of Communications on Tuesday Aug 10 2021

In a media release Tuesday, the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) said the league has come to an official partnership agreement with InStat Hockey for the 2021-22 hockey season.

InStat is used by league and federation offices, coaches, scouts and management as a data and communication tool assisting in coaching processes, player development, statistical analysis and...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Aug 01 2021

Nelson Minor Hockey star Dryden Hunt has signed a two-year contract with NHL’s New York Rangers.

New York President and General Manager Chris Drury made the announcement Friday on the team website that the Rangers signed the free agent forward.

Drury also announced that the team has agreed to terms with free agent forward Greg McKegg on a one-year contract.

Hunt, 25, who...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Thursday Jul 29 2021

Matti Erickson is off to Nairobi, Kenya.

The Kootenay Chaos Track star was selected by Athletics Canada Monday to represent the country at the World U20 track Championships next month in Nairobi, Kenya.

The two-time BC High School Cross Country medalist and Track and Field star served up a personal best time to capture the 800 meters race at BC Provincial Track and Field...

by Province of British Columbia on Wednesday Jul 28 2021

Quesnel, Maple Ridge and Kelowna have been announced as host cities for the 2024 BC Winter and Summer Games and the 2026 BC Summer Games.

"Congratulations to the host cities for the 2024 and 2026 BC Winter and Summer Games. This is a wonderful opportunity for these cities to showcase their 'A games' as a sports event-hosting destination and to support B.C.'s young athletes," said...

by Contributor on Monday Jul 19 2021

The first Kootenay Lake Angler Incentive Program (KLAIP) for younger anglers is happening very soon, so kids are encouraged to get their trout heads in the game.

Kids must submit their rainbow or bull trout heads to one of four local depots by the end of July to participate in the August 1, 2021 draw. 

The youth KLAIP is running for the summer. By fishing for rainbow and bull...

by Emanuel Sequeira KIJHL Director of Communications on Sunday Jul 11 2021

Thomas Skelton is impressed that he was able to finish his MindRight Ride for Mental Health.

He applauds everyone for getting on board to help blow past the goal of raising $10,000 for MindRight, earning $15,000 in donations.

More importantly, the Fernie Ghostriders associate coach and assistant GM is proud of the conversations struck on...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Monday Jul 05 2021

Four members of the Kootenay Chaos track club took advantage of the province re-opening competitions for sports teams, province wide, after many months of COVID-19 shutdowns by travelling to Kelowna Saturday to compete in the Jack Brow Track and Field meet.

Mallard’s Source for sports welcomes the re-opening of sporting events after the pandemic, as well as saluting the Chaos athletes...

by The Nelson Daily Sports on Tuesday Jun 22 2021

Granite Pointe at Nelson was a busy place Sunday as dads, sons and daughters competed in the Ted Allen’s Jewellery Father’s Day Shoot-out Golf Tournament.

Winners in the Best-Ball event included:

  • Father and Son – Dave and Mike Zarikoff
  • Father and Daughter — Bob and Ashley Hall
  • Father and Son (Little Guys) — Mike and Harris Tucker

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