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PIJHL

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Harold Brittain Conference:

Abbotsford Pilots

Aldergrove Kodiaks - Defending PIJHL Champions

Mission Icebreakers

Port Moody Black Panthers

Ridge Meadow Flames

Tom Shaw Conference:

Delta Ice Hawks

Grandview Steelers

North Delta Devils

Richmond Sockeyes

Squamish Wolf Pack

*Squamish Wolf Pack and Aldergrove Kodiaks are playing in their 3rd season in the PIJHL.

Go Pilots!

0-10' League Champion teams:

2010 Aldergrove Kodiaks

2009 Richmond Sockeyes

2008 Grandview Steelers

2007 Abbotsford Pilots

2006 Delta Ice Hawks

2005 Abbotsford Pilots

2004 Richmond Sockeyes

2003 Richmond Sockeyes

2002 Abbotsford Pilots

2001 Delta Ice Hawks

2000 Abbotsford Pilots

Here's to a new decade of champions!

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What happened to the Poco Buckaroos?

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I wonder how many NHLers have come from this league...any well known ones?

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I wonder how many NHLers have come from this league...any well known ones?

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Cam Neely played for the Ridge Meadow Flames.

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Prab Rai

Kellan Tockin - Canucks prospect

Brandon Yip

Kyle Alzner

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Kendal McArdle and Karl Alzner played for the Sockeyes.

I think what the average Canucks fan (not I didn't chose to use the word Hockey Fan) doesn't realize is that the CHL isn't the only route. There are alot of 16 yearolds that either don't get picked to play in the BCMML (BC Major Midget League) or chose not to. BCMML is still minor hockey and is subject to all the faults of a minor hockey system such as parental interferance (Why isn't Johnny getting PP time? Why isn't David getting as much ice time as Jessie? Blah, blah, blah). Where as junior hockey even at the Junior B level you get ice time based on your play and not how much mommy and daddy bitch at the coach.

Many, MANY Junior B players go onto BCHL, NCAA, WHL, AHL and NHL. Ray Ferraro played in the KIJHL. So did Cody Franson and his younger brother Cain Franson.

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Ice Hawks visiting Sockeyes Thrusday. Should be a gooder!

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