KIJHL Notebook: Unsung Heroes

This week’s KIJHL Notebook recognizes the unsung hero on teams. According to grammarist.com, that term first appeared in the mid-1800s, though it has its roots in ancient Greece. They say an unsung hero is a person who has achieved great things or committed acts of bravery or self-sacrifice, yet is not celebrated or recognized. The […]

New Head Coach Deschenes

The Sicamous Eagles Junior B Hockey Club is pleased to announce the hiring of our new Head Coach – Nick Deschenes. Nick comes to the organization with experience coaching in the BCHL and the KIJHL, bringing the discipline and commitment to improving players through structured living and fitness. Nick is a former player in the […]

Trade Deadline Moves Add Rimstad

The Sicamous Eagles were busy at the trade deadline trying to add more key pieces to help with the push for playoffs. On deadline day the following moves were completed. We have traded 2004 F Jesse Lee to the Princeton Posse for 2003 F Tyler Rimstad. The Eagles would like to thank Jesse for his […]

Trade With Nelson Leafs

The Sicamous Eagles have made another move before the trade deadline on January 10th by moving Eagles d-man Kingsley Brockett to the Nelson Leafs in exchange for d-man Devin McNair, a PDF and future considerations. The Eagles would like to thank Kingsley for his time spent with the Eagles and wish him all the best […]

Eagles Knights Trade

The Sicamous Eagles have traded 2003 LW Paison Butler to the North Okanagan Knights for 2004 F Jesse Lee and the playing rights to Owen Spannier. The Eagles would like to thank Paison for his time with the Eagles and wish him all the best with the Knights. Welcome to the nest for Jesse Lee […]

Vaillancourt Affiliated to BCHL

We are very pleased to announce that 17 year old Sicamous Eagles forward Zach Vaillancourt has been affiliated to the BCHL’s Cowichan Valley Capitals. Zach played 20 games as a KIJHL rookie with the Eagles this season, scoring 2 goals with 5 assists and 12 PIM. In order for Zach to be closer to Duncan, […]

Officiating gave Love extra ice time and more

Bobby Jo Love is a Kootenay International Junior Hockey League alumni, who is officiating in the Western Hockey League and has made the jump to working games in the American Hockey League. As a defenceman, Love made his debut in the KIJHL at 17 with the Sicamous Eagles in 2013-14 collecting six assists in 32 […]

Eagles Sanctioned for COVID-19 Policy Violations

The Kootenay International Hockey League has announced that the Sicamous Eagles have been sanctioned for violations under the league’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy. The sanctions stem from the participation of an Eagles player in team activities, including KIJHL regular season games, at a time when they did not meet the KIJHL’s requirement of being fully vaccinated. […]

KIJHL Notebook: Team improvements

  In this week’s KIJHL Notebook, we’ve continued to focus on how teams are playing, especially from the previous weekend and moving forward. And there is news on a KIJHL team helping the Princeton Posse.   Doug Birks Division The Kamloops Storm defeated Summerland and North Okanagan on the weekend, then lost in overtime to […]

MOVEMBER GRO A MO

The Sicamous Eagles players are excited to be participating in MOVEMBER as we GRO A MO to SAVE A BRO. During the month of Movember we will be growing moustaches and we will be wearing special purple Eagles Hockey Battles Cancer jerseys for all home games. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men […]