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The British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) is an independnt university and college league. The league's current and former teams are also affiliated with other conferences (the CWUAA of the CIS, the GNAC of the NCAA, or the PWAA of the CCAA) in other sports.

The league officially started in 2005-06 with teams from Trinity Western University, Simon Fraser University, University of Victoria, University of Northern British Columbia and University of the Fraser Valley. The league is currently a 5-team league and plays a 24 game schedule. The top 4 teams qualify for best-of-3 semi-finals. There is no national championship for the league winner to pursue.

Recruited players usually come from Junior A or Junior B leagues, with a smattering of Major Junior grads as well.

The frequency of non-conference games between BCIHL teams and those from other conferences has increased. They usually suffer dominant losses to teams from the CIS and NCAA, but have gone about .500 against teams from the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC).

Participating TeamsEdit

Current TeamsEdit

Eastern Washington Eagles (GNAC - NCAA)
Selkirk College Saints (PWAA - CCAA)
Simon Fraser Clan (GNAC - NCAA)
Trinity Western Spartans (CWUAA - CIS)
Victoria Vikings (CWUAA - CIS)

Former TeamsEdit

Fraser Valley Cascades (2006-2011) (CWUAA - CIS)
Okanagan College Coyotes (2010-2012) (PWAA - CCAA)
UNBC Timberwolves (2006) (CWUAA - CIS)
Thompson Rivers Wolfpack (2010-14) (CWUAA - CIS)

Table of Seasons and ChampionsEdit

Click on year to visit page for that season.
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Until 2013 the champion was declared from a final tournament. Starting in 2014 playoff series were used.
Year Champion Runner-up Notes
2003-04 UC Cariboo (now Thompson Rivers) Trinity Western Titans unofficial
2004-05 Trinity Western Titans Victoria Vikings unofficial
2005-06 Trinity Western Titans Simon Fraser Clan tournament final
2006-07 Victoria Vikings Fraser Valley Cascades 8-3 tournament final
2007-08 Simon Fraser Clan Fraser Valley Cascades 3-0 tournament final
2008-09 Victoria Vikings Simon Fraser Clan 3-1 tournament final
2009-10 Simon Fraser Clan Thompson Rivers Wolfpack 2-1 tournament final
2010-11 Simon Fraser Clan Thompson Rivers Wolfpack 5-1 tournament final
2011-12 Victoria Vikings Simon Fraser Clan 4-3 ot tournament final
2012-13 Selkirk College Saints Simon Fraser Clan 2-0 3-2 ot
2013-14 Selkirk College Saints Trinity Western Spartans 6-1 5-1
2014-15 Selkirk College Saints Simon Fraser Clan 3-1 4-2
2015-16 Selkirk College Saints Trinity Western Spartans 5-1 2-1

Championship Tournament All-Star TeamsEdit


Forwards: Cody Fidgett (Selkirk), Brendan Silvester (SFU), Jordan Wood (Selkirk)
Defencemen: Kam Crawford (Selkirk), Taylor Swaffield (SFU)
Goaltender: Alex Sirard (Selkirk)
Most Valuable Player: Alex Sirard (Selkirk College)


Forwards: Dustin Taylor (UVIC), Bill Smith (SFU), Brent Sutherland (UVIC)
Defencemen: Doug Evans (UVIC), Dave Mann (OC)
Goaltender: Graeme Gordon (SFU)
Most Valuable Player: Dustin Taylor (UVIC)


Forwards: Paul Moscone (SFU), Zac Rasmussen (TRU), Bill Smith (SFU)
Defencemen: James Isaacs (SFU), Matt Schultz (UVIC)
Goaltender: Anthony Manfredi (TRU)
Most Valuable Player: Paul Moscone (SFU)


Forwards: Joel Leonard (TRU), Jas Rai (SFU), Jassi Sangha (TRU)
Defencemen: David Boychuk (TRU), Kyle Boyko (SFU)
Goaltender: Adam Butler (OC)
Most Valuable Player: Jas Rai (SFU)


Forwards: Brent Sutherland (UVic), Rob Vos (UFV), Jaime Laprise (SFU)
Defence: Iain Stewart (SFU), Matt Schultz (UVic)
Goaltender: Nick Olynyk (UVic)
Most Valuable Player: Brent Sutherland (UVic)


Forwards: Rob Vos (UCFV), Dan Birch (UVic), Paul Moscone (SFU)
Defense: Mike Boisvert (Selkirk), Nathan Sagert (UCFV)
Goalie: Gord Neave (UVic)
Most Valuable Player: Blair Driedger (SFU)


Goalie: Gord Neave, Victoria
Defense: Ettienne du Toit, Victoria; Nathan Sagert, UCFV
Wing: Kit Matkaluk, Victoria; Shawn Murracas, SFU
Centre: Drew Davis, Victoria (Tournament MVP and leading scorer)
Most Valuable Player: Drew Davis (UVic)

SOURCE: History Page

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