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KIJHL Commissioner Jeff Dubois alongside Cole Berg, Will McPhee, Carter Bettenson and Owen Chamberland with the presentation of the Teck Cup. (Steve Piccollo)

Revelstoke Grizzlies hoist the Teck Cup, defeat Nelson 6-4 to become KIJHL champions

The Grizzlies are back-to-back champions following a pair of cancelled seasons

 

The Nelson Leafs held on to win Game 3 on home ice Monday night in the Teck Cup against the Revelstoke Grizzlies. Photo: Bob Hall

Pow scores as Nelson Leafs beat Revelstoke Grizzlies 2-1 in Game 3 of Teck Cup

Revelstoke leads the KIJHL championship series 2-1

 

Revelstoke celebrates a goal in the first round against Sicamous. Photo: Matt Timmins

KIJHL announces Teck Cup schedule

The Revelstoke Grizzlies host Game 1 on Friday against the Nelson Leafs

Revelstoke celebrates a goal in the first round against Sicamous. Photo: Matt Timmins
The Nelson Leafs dominated play throughout Game 6 but needed double overtime to beat the Kimberley Dynamiters. Photo: Tyler Harper

‘Pure joy’: Nelson Leafs win Game 6 in 2OT, advance to KIJHL championship

Liam Noble scored in the 2-1 win over the Kimberley Dynamiters

The Nelson Leafs dominated play throughout Game 6 but needed double overtime to beat the Kimberley Dynamiters. Photo: Tyler Harper
Nelson Leafs forward Jaden Shumilak takes a shot during Saturday’s game against Kamloops. Photo: Tyler Harper

Junior hockey game in Nelson ends with accusation of racist taunts

Nelson’s coach said a Kamloops Storm player used insensitive language

Nelson Leafs forward Jaden Shumilak takes a shot during Saturday’s game against Kamloops. Photo: Tyler Harper
Kelowna Chiefs forward Myles Mattila, former Nelson Leafs general manager Sean Dooley and Leafs captain Jack Karran were surrounded by supportive teammates for a ceremonial puck drop in Nelson on Oct. 26. A new mental health program started by Mattila is being adopted by the KIJHL. Photo: Tyler Harper

Hockey league adopts B.C.-wide mental health program

MindRight will establish peer-to-peer support person for each team

Kelowna Chiefs forward Myles Mattila, former Nelson Leafs general manager Sean Dooley and Leafs captain Jack Karran were surrounded by supportive teammates for a ceremonial puck drop in Nelson on Oct. 26. A new mental health program started by Mattila is being adopted by the KIJHL. Photo: Tyler Harper