BC Minor Hockey

As of Oct. 17, following an issue from provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry warning sports arenas to be more careful, mandatory masks will be required from Fridays through Sundays when visiting teams are scheduled to play at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex. (Williams Lake Tribune photo)

City makes face masks mandatory at Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex arenas

Face masks will be mandatory Friday through Sunday

 

Lakecity girls suiting up for Prince George’s Northern Capitals for 2020/21 season

Brette Kerley, Pyper Alexander, Rachel Loewen and Keira Vermeulen are in P.G.

 

Williams Lake U18 female ‘A’ season wraps up on heels of new year

Tryouts for the new season start in early September under new head coach, Grant Gustafson

 

Minor hockey coach sets up virtual meeting with Olympians to keep players engaged

Rebecca Johnson will be interacting with B.C.’s minor hockey players on June 25.

NHL return unlikely to affect minor hockey in B.C.: officials

Minor sports remain part of Phase 4 of Restart Plan

BC Hockey and Vancouver Canucks encourage stick tapping to honour frontline health care workers

Families are encouraged to video themselves tapping their sticks at 7 p.m. and post to social media

Players, volunteers recognized for achievements, hard work at annual WLMHA award banquets

During the awards banquets, players, parents, coaches and volunteers were thanked and congratulated

International Women’s Day: Cassie Hogman shares love of hockey with girls in WLMHA

It is the second year Hogman has served as an assistant coach

Peewee Tier 2 Timberwolves heading for provincials

After two tough back to back games against Prince George, Williams Lake came out on top

Young female Williams Lake hockey players grow Canada’s game through mentorship

Peewee Female Timberwolves mentor Novice house players

  • Feb 21, 2020

T-wolves take Kamloops tier 2 tournament crown

With playoffs and a potential berth at provincials on the horizon, the…

Upwards of 150 players have a blast at WLMHA Novice Tournament

In all, 155 players took part in the event where Rosa said the focus was on fun

Young B.C. hockey player breaks neck after ‘reckless’ check

Father wants to draw attention to careless play in the contact sport