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Chiefs Run Wild

Chilliwack entered Prince George with a lot of confidence. In the two previous games in their own barn, the Chiefs had outscored the Spruce Kings 8-1. Being at home didn’t help Prince George a whole lot, as they lost the two games by a combined score of...

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The Coquitlam Express scored the first two goals of game, and the last two but it was the Spruce Kings coming away with the 6-4 win. Prince George entered the game 12 points back of Coquitlam, with the Express holding two games in hand. The visiting team ...

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It’s not that he’s a poor loser, it’s just that former Powell River Kings and Penticton Vees goaltender Michael Garteig is simply not that practiced at it. He went 92-23-3 in three BCHL seasons as a starter and now in his senior season a...

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Mainland Slump

Prince George travelled down to the Lower Mainland for a set of mid-late week games. The first two matchups were against Chilliwack and Langley who the Spruce Kings had only seen once each this far into the season. Then Friday marked the third meeting bet...

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          Entering the weekend the Spruce Kings were up against two elite teams in the Salmon Arm Silverbacks, and the Powell River Kings. They had seen each team once already in the season, beating Salmon Arm 4-3 in Salmon, and losing 6-2 in Powell ...

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(Jake LeBrun scoring shorthanded against the West Kelowna Warriors) It was a good start, and a wild finish for the Spruce Kings. Prince George scored twice in the first 11 minutes, but West Kelowna would score six of the next eight goals. First it was Mat...

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One of the losing streaks had to end. Prince George had lost five straight, and Surrey was up to 10 losses in a row. The Spruce Kings needed a win, and thanks to a big game from an ex Eagle they got it in a 4-2 decision. Right from the drop of the puck Pr...

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The Prince George Spruce Kings spent Remembrance Day down at the city hall taking in the ceremony. Honouring the lost, the Spruce Kings are looking to get over some tough losses from last weekend. First it was a 6-2 loss to Powell River where Prince Georg...

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A year after introducing the most expansive NCAA hockey broadcast schedule ever available in Canada, TSN will televise even more games in 2015-16. TSN and College Hockey Inc. unveiled the network’s 44-game U.S. college hockey schedule on Tuesday that ...

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November 10, 2015 The Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) has approved the Penticton Vees’ and the city of Penticton’s bid to host the 2017 Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup (WCC) at the South Okanagan Events Centre. The Vees had earlier been ...