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A linesman attempts to keep Victoria’s Dylan Defosse away from Comox Valley’s Scott Arbuckle in a goalmouth scuffle in Thursday’s home opening Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League game at Archie Browning Sports Centre. The Cougars won 5-0. Don Descoteau/Victoria News

Cougars win hockey home opener in style in Esquimalt

Victoria heads to Courtenay for back end of home and home on Saturday

A linesman attempts to keep Victoria’s Dylan Defosse away from Comox Valley’s Scott Arbuckle in a goalmouth scuffle in Thursday’s home opening Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League game at Archie Browning Sports Centre. The Cougars won 5-0. Don Descoteau/Victoria News
Victoria Cougars’ Trevor Isaksson battles a prone Campbell River Storm defenceman Bret Kinley for the puck during Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League playoff final action last spring at the Archie Browning Sports Centre. The Cougars open their 2017-18 regular season at home in Esquimalt on Sept. 7 against the Comox Valley Glacier Kings.                                Dawn Gibson/Black Press

Victoria Cougars’ system tested this season with just five players back

Junior B hockey season gets underway in Esquimalt on Sept. 7

Victoria Cougars’ Trevor Isaksson battles a prone Campbell River Storm defenceman Bret Kinley for the puck during Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League playoff final action last spring at the Archie Browning Sports Centre. The Cougars open their 2017-18 regular season at home in Esquimalt on Sept. 7 against the Comox Valley Glacier Kings.                                Dawn Gibson/Black Press
100 Mile House Wranglers’ Kolby Page crashes to the ice after a check from Victoria Cougars’ Kenny Britton, during play in the Cyclone Taylor Cup tournament at Archie Browing Sports Centre last year. The Cougars have announced their 2017-18 Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League schedule, due to start at home in Esquimalt on Sept. 7. Don Denton/Black Press

Victoria Cougars announce schedule for 2017-18 junior B hockey season

Openoing home-and-home series with Comox Valley to start in Esquimalt

100 Mile House Wranglers’ Kolby Page crashes to the ice after a check from Victoria Cougars’ Kenny Britton, during play in the Cyclone Taylor Cup tournament at Archie Browing Sports Centre last year. The Cougars have announced their 2017-18 Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League schedule, due to start at home in Esquimalt on Sept. 7. Don Denton/Black Press
Peninsula Panthers hockey team signs new goalie

Peninsula Panthers hockey team signs new goalie

The Peninsula Panthers hope their latest player signing will give the hockey…

Peninsula Panthers hockey team signs new goalie
Peninsula Panthers' Head Coach Brad Tippett

Peninsula Panthers sign six hockey players out of camp

Junior B hockey team will stay young, with added 'scaracter'.

Peninsula Panthers' Head Coach Brad Tippett
Decked out in their gifted special third jerseys

Peninsula Panthers advance into hockey playoffs with wildcard win

Awards dinner recognizes the local junior hockey team's best and most community-minded players.

Decked out in their gifted special third jerseys
Ty Hermsen of the Peninsula Panthers levels Victoria Cougars player Tyler Pang with a clean and disciplined hit last Friday night. Peninsula dropped both their game against the Cougars and Saturday night’s match against the Comox Valley Galcier Kings.

Peninsula Panthers capture Grant Peart Memorial Trophy

Four regular season hockey games left for the Panthers; team awards dinner set for Feb. 18.

Ty Hermsen of the Peninsula Panthers levels Victoria Cougars player Tyler Pang with a clean and disciplined hit last Friday night. Peninsula dropped both their game against the Cougars and Saturday night’s match against the Comox Valley Galcier Kings.
17-year-old Thomas Spink was all smiles after scoring his first goal in Junior hockey and celebrates with mates Kai Turner (#18) and Marshall Brown (#77).

Peninsula Panthers give Generals something to think about

Peninsula’s 4-1 win a precursor to the teams’ Feb. 20 wildcard tilt.

17-year-old Thomas Spink was all smiles after scoring his first goal in Junior hockey and celebrates with mates Kai Turner (#18) and Marshall Brown (#77).
The Panthers’ Koby Hale goes airborne after trying to lay a big hit on Storm’s Brayden McCartney.

Peninsula Panthers can’t catch Campbell River Storm

This past week was undoubtedly a busy one for the Peninsula Panthers of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League.

The Panthers’ Koby Hale goes airborne after trying to lay a big hit on Storm’s Brayden McCartney.
Newly-acquired defenceman Gavin Yee clears the puck from harm’s way last Friday night. 

Peninsula Panthers shake up lineup at trading deadline

The Club moved two veterans who were tied for lead as the Panthers’ top scorers.

Newly-acquired defenceman Gavin Yee clears the puck from harm’s way last Friday night.