Fripp Warehousing Midget Tier 1 Jr. Rockets
The Fripp Warehousing Midget T1 Jr Rockets travelled to Prince George this past weekend for their annual double dip in the northern city. They split with the host team handing the Cougars their first defeat of the season on Saturday night 5-1.
Brandon Barnes led the squad with a goal and two helpers while linemates Steven Fiust and Jordan Bautista both picked up a goal and an assist. Braden Eliuk and Mitchell Cobbett rounded out the scoring. Cole Williams picked up a couple of assists in the win. Sam Bobyn was in net for the win and was very good when the game was close. Kelowna outshot their northern hosts 32-23.
On Sunday the Cougars roared back with a 5-2 victory of their own Leading 3-2 heading into the third, the Cougars scored 2 unanswered goals against the weary Rockets, who had their chances to tie the game, but couldn¦t convert on a few goal mouth scrambles. PG outshot the Rockets 20-19 in a low shooting affair. Bautista and Clay Stephens netted the only goals. Goaltender, Brady Lenardon, suffered the loss, however was instrumental in keeping the game close thru two.
Next game action for the Fripp Warehousing Midget T1 Jr Rockets is this coming weekend when they host their home tournament. Come out and cheer on the local squad and watch great Midget T1 hockey with teams coming from all over BC and Alberta with the following teams in attendance, Kelowna, Kamloops, Prince George, Calgary, Langley, Ridge Meadow, North Vancouver and Victoria Racquet Club.
The Jr Rockets start the tourney Friday at 5 pm vs Calgary. Then they meet North Kamloops Lions Saturday at 9:30 am and finish the round robin playing North Van Saturday at 2:30 pm. All games are at Memorial Arena.
Posted on 10/29/2013
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Posted on 09/19/2013
2015 Male Under 16 Team BC Staff Announcement
KMHA Midget Tier 1 Coach Eric Blais
is named to the
2015 Male Under 16 Team BC Staff
Eric Blais has been coaching with the Kelowna Minor Hockey Association for over 10 years at various levels and positions. During the 2011-2012 season he was awarded the "BC Hockey Coach of the Year Award" by BC Hockey and KMHA "Coach of the Year" Award. Blais Coached the Kelowna Midget Tier 1 team to a BC Hockey Championship this past season and has also been a volunteer with the BC Hockey Male High Performance Program.
The 2015 Canada Winter Games will take place from February 13, 2015 to March 1, 2015 in Prince George BC. The U16 programs play an integral role in the development of the BC Hockey's elite level players. Although these camps are identification/tryout camps it is important to note that player development is the primary focus of the program. This forum is an introduction for male players into the High Performance Programs (which leads into the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence).
Congratulations Eric Blais! We truly appreciate your commitment to our program.
Posted on 09/07/2013
Kelowna Minor Hockey Announces New Employees
Kelowna Minor Hockey Announces New Employees
Following a lengthy organizational restructure, Kelowna Minor Hockey is pleased to announce the arrival of two new employees.
Previous President Leonie Popoff is the new Executive Director.
Wendy Trenn has been named Administrator.
Popoff's appointment comes after a comprehensive search undertaken by Okanagan Staffing Services, who took on an international endeavor to fill the position. KMHA welcomes Leonie and Wendy, and looks forward to operating the association under the restructured rules and governance. The Acting President of Kelowna Minor Hockey will be Chad Biafore, 1st Vice President.
Posted on 08/26/2013
BC Hockey Association of the Year 2012-2013
BC Hockey Minor Hockey Association of the Year 2012-2013
Thank you to everyone involved in our Association!
We achieved a fantastic result.
At the BC Hockey AGM held the beginning of June in Sun Peaks BC, we were awarded 2 Silver Skate Awards and Association of the Year. Our Silver Skate Awards were for our Midget Tier 1 and Midget Tier 4 Provincial Championship wins.
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Kelowna Minor Hockey Association v Minor Hockey Association of the Year
This past season, the Kelowna Minor Hockey Association was a leader on the ice as well as off with their countless programs that positively
benefit their players, coaches, volunteers and community. From their Salvation Army Food Drive to their Breast Cancer Awareness Day, Kelowna continues to give back to their community. On the ice, the Association had a another banner year; they sent four (4) teams to the
BC Hockey Championships, hosted one (1) of their own and were named the host site for the 2014 Western Bantam Championship.
Posted on 07/02/2013