2023/2024 AGM

The Sicamous Eagles AGM for 2023/2024 has been set for Tuesday, June 13, 2023 at 7:00 pm at the Sicamous District Council Chambers. To become a Sicamous Eagles Jr B Club Society Board Member, one must meet all General Membership requirements and the following, Nominations for board positions are to be submitted in writing to […]

Eagles’ Reimer signs with ACHA’s Warriors

Sicamous Eagles goalie Gage Reimer has committed to play for the Waldorf University Warriors in the ACHA next season. In two full seasons with the Eagles, the Medicine Hat product had 25 wins and 25 losses to go with a 2.73 goals against average and .913 save percentage. This season for the Eagles, Reimer had […]

Junior ID Camp

We are excited to announce that the Powell River Kings of the BCHL and the Sicamous Eagles of the KIJHL will be partnering up for a Junior Identification Camp in beautiful Sicamous, BC. With Sicamous being approximately half way between Vancouver and Calgary along the Trans Canada Highway it is a prime location to bring […]

KIJHL alumni recognized by WCHL

  On Saturday, Kootenay International Junior Hockey League alumni Ty Marchant (Kelowna Chiefs) and Josh Olson (Revelstoke/Sicamous/Princeton) were among players the Western Collegiate Hockey League recognized for their regular season awards. Marchant, who plays for Arizona State University, was named to the All-League Second Team, the All-Rookie Team and Rookie of the Year. He had […]

Top Shelf podcast for March 3

Welcome to episode 27 of Top Shelf – The KIJHL Podcast. As eight KIJHL teams prepare for the Division Finals, hosts Emanuel Sequeira and Mark Berry chat with several players and coaches including Fernie Ghostriders’ goaltender Aiden Kruhlak, Kimberley Dynamiter’s netminder Matt Fleet, Sicamous Head Coach Nick Deschenes and North Okanagan Assistant Coach Josh Evans. […]

KIJHL Notebook: Key performers

  The first round of the KIJHL Teck Cup championships did not disappoint. Fans watched as lower seeds Fernie and Creston Valley won their respective series. Plus there were several big performances by players. The second round will feature a pair of rematches from last season’s first round as the Thunder Cats face the Beaver […]

KIJHL Notebook: Teck Cup playoffs

In speaking with coaches leading up to the start of the KIJHL Teck Cup playoffs for this Notebook, Kamloops Storm bench boss Jan Ludvig likely provided the best quote as the Quest for the Teck Cup begins tomorrow. “It’s gonna be like a good boxing match,” said Ludvig of their matchup with the Sicamous Eagles. […]

Doug Birks Division Award Winners

  Each year, the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League presents seven awards for on-ice excellence: Most Valuable Player, Top Scorer, Top Defenceman, Top Goaltender, Rookie of the Year, Most Sportsmanlike Player and Coach of the Year. Winners are named from each of the league’s four divisions prior to the start of KIJHL Playoffs, with overall […]

KIJHL Notebook

  Kelowna native Maddix McCagherty began his junior hockey career in the WHL with the Swift Current Broncos, who selected him in the 2021 bantam draft in the second round, 25th overall. The 16-year-old played 13 games and registered four shots. The Kelowna Chiefs announced on January 7 that they added the 5-11, 160-pound forward. […]

Top Shelf podcast for Jan. 13

Welcome to Episode 19 of Top Shelf – The KIJHL podcast. This week, Mark chats with Sicamous head coach, Nick Deschenes about the Eagle’s Nest and the success the Eagles are earning as they head down the stretch. Emanuel talks with two KIJHL players who had strong weekends in the BCHL; Matt Fleet of the Kimberley […]