The 2016 Coy Cup is the senior "AA" provincial championship for British Columbia, Canada. The tournament will be held March 22nd to 26th in Terrace, British Columbia hosted by the Terrace River Kings..
- The Terrace River Kings qualified as host team.
- The Smithers Steelheads, Central Interior Hockey League playoff champions
- The Fort St. John Flyers qualified as being the defending Coy Cup champions. The defending cup holder does not traditionally qualify automatically; however the Flyers did not finish in first place in their division in the CIHL for the 2015-16 season and this meant an extra round of playoffs for them and they were not able to schedule a qualifier series for the event and BC Hockey decided to allow the Flyers direct entry into the tournament.
- A playoff qualifier involving the Powell River Regals playing the North Island Capitals from Port Hardy in the first round. This series was won by the Regals 2 games to none (6-3, 4-3 (ot)). The Regals will play the Whitehorse Huskies on March 11-13 in a best-of three series for the final spot in the tournament. The Huskies won the series 2 games to one (13 -5, 2-7, 8-3) to claim the final spot in the tournament.
- Single round robin format
- Last place team is eliminated
- 2nd place plays 3rd place in semifinal
- Semifinal winner vs top seed in final
- Whitehorse defeated Smithers 6-5
- Terrace tied Fort St. John 3-3
- Fort St. John defeated Smithers 5-3
- Terrace defeated Whitehorse 6-3
- Whitehorse defeated Fort St. John 6-5
- Terrace defeated Smithers 6-2
Round Robin StandingsEdit
|Terrace River Kings||3||2||0||1||15||8||7||5|
|Fort St. John Flyers||3||1||1||1||13||12||1||3|
Smithers eliminated, Terrace advance directly to final, Whitehorse and Fort St. John meet in semifinal
March 25th (semfinal)
- Fort St. John defeated Whitehorse 7 to 3
March 26th (final)
- Fort St. John defeated Terrace 3-2