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BC Major Midget League
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2015-2016 Regular Season Standings
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(As of Dec. 14th, 2017)

NameGPWLTOTLPtsGFGAPIMPIM/G
Valley West Hawks 22 18 3 1 0 37 134 57 379 17
Cariboo Cougars 22 17 4 1 0 35 103 62 352 16
Fraser Valley Thunderbirds 22 14 6 1 1 30 101 71 458 20
Vancouver NW Giants 20 12 7 0 1 25 76 59 415 20
Greater Vancouver Canadians 22 12 9 0 1 25 89 73 260 11
Okanagan Rockets 22 10 9 2 1 23 75 72 291 13
Vancouver NE Chiefs 22 9 10 1 2 21 76 80 386 17
North Island Silvertips 22 8 12 2 0 18 65 95 557 25
Kootenay Ice 22 7 13 0 2 16 57 89 340 15
Thompson Blazers 22 7 15 0 0 14 52 93 529 24
South Island Royals 22 2 20 0 0 4 41 118 329 14
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BCMML Scoring Leaders
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(As of Dec. 14th, 2017)
#NameTeamPosGPGAPtsPIM
9 BainsArshdeep Valley West Hawks F 22 16 41 57 34
12 KrogfossNolan Valley West Hawks F 20 21 25 46 6
16 GoncalvesGage Fraser Valley Thunderbirds F 22 17 28 45 14
15 MacDonaldCameron Valley West Hawks F 18 22 15 37 14
14 SourdifJustin Valley West Hawks F 17 11 23 34 29
19 FlorisHunter Cariboo Cougars F 20 21 12 33 4
14 RicheyMason Cariboo Cougars F 22 14 19 33 31
17 PlettJustin Fraser Valley Thunderbirds F 20 20 11 31 16
11 MohagenMax Valley West Hawks F 20 4 26 30 32
19 ZaryJoshua North Island Silvertips F 22 12 17 29 12
10 MacDonaldCraig Cariboo Cougars F 21 10 17 27 6
9 PearsonDanny Greater Vancouver Canadians C 22 14 12 26 22
21 DentBrandon Cariboo Cougars F 22 10 16 26 36
10 JonesEthan North Island Silvertips F 22 13 12 25 8
8 BoyleBrendan Okanagan Rockets F 22 10 14 24 12
7 WicksGarrett Greater Vancouver Canadians C 22 12 11 23 6
18 KovichKyler Vancouver NE Chiefs F 22 8 15 23 34
10 MulderJake Fraser Valley Thunderbirds F 22 8 15 23 32
22 BuonoChristian Vancouver NW Giants F 17 11 11 22 28
10 IsakssonTrevor Valley West Hawks D 19 9 13 22 12

 

 

 

Game Recap:

 November 5, 2017, Canadians vs Okanagan Rockets 

The Greater Vancouver Canadians rebounded from an off weekend against the North East Chiefs, a series where they dropped both games in dramatic fashion. The Canadians bounced back and swept the Okanagan Rockets, bringing GVC up to 3rd in the league standings. 

Tyler Horstmann was one of the Canadians best players on Sunday, putting up two assists and securing the empty net goal. Horstmann, who recently returned from the U16’s, has proven that despite his young age, he can be a key contributor on this Canadians lineup. 

Elliot Marshall was between the pipes for the Sunday victory, and he finished the night with two goals against and a W. 

The Canadians return from their Kelowna road trip to a weekend homestand against the North Island Silvertips, the first game in that series is Saturday at 5:00PM at the Richmond Oval.

 

 

 Children's Wish Foundation Heroes Challenge 

 

GVC was proud to take part in the Children's Wish Foundation Heroes Challenge. Our team rose $12,131, just over our $10,000 goal, to help our wish, Levi, visit Disney World with their family! 

 

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 Grouse Mountain Teambuild 

GVC trekked up the Grouse Grind followed up by some lunch and some games. These games included a bit of frustration and fun:

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 October 28th, Canadians vs. North East Chiefs

The Greater Vancouver Canadians suffered a loss on Saturday against the North East Chiefs. The final score was 3-2 in a game where the Canadians couldn’t manage to stay out of the box. The loss comes on a night in which the Canadians lead for the majority of the game, including a 2-0 lead at the halfway point. 

The goals scored in the game came from Garret Wicks, who has gotten on the board in three of his last four games, as well as Brendon Jorssen. Jesse Makaj was the starting goaltender for the first game of this back-to-back series against the Chiefs. Elliot Marshall is expected to get the start on Sunday. The loss puts an end to the Canadians two game win streak, but will keep them in fourth place among the league standings, behind only the Cariboo Cougars, Valley West Hawks and the Fraser Valley Thunderbirds, who the Canadians defeated twice in a row the weekend prior.

The Canadians will look to even up the two game series at Burnaby Eight Rinks on Sunday morning at 11:30AM.