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Columbia Valley Rockies
City Invermere, British Columbia
League Kootenay International Junior Hockey League
Founded Early 1980's
Home Arena Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena
Colours White, and Black
GM/Head Coach Darren Naylor

The Columbia Valley Rockies are a Canadian 'B' Junior ice hockey team from Invermere, British Columbia. They play in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.


The team was founded by Eddie Mountain, of whom a KIJHL division was recently named. The team won three straight KIJHL championships in the late 1980's and in 1989 took home the Cyclone Taylor Cup under the direction of Tom Renney, who went on to coach the Vancouver Canucks and Team Canada.

The Columbia Valley Rockies lost Round 1 in the playoffs against the Sicamous Eagles in the 2007-08 season.

Season-by-season recordEdit

Season GP W L OT GF GA P Results Playoffs
2005-06 50 26 20 4 200 174 56 3rd Division Lost in 1st round
2006-07 52 22 26 4 194 217 48 4th Division Lost in 1st round
2007-08 52 15 33 4 137 187 34 3rd Division Lost in 1st round
2008-09 52 19 24 9 178 215 47 5th Division DNQ

DNQ denotes "Did Not Qualify"

Notable alumniEdit

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