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PJHL Adds New Franchise in Port Coquitlam

PJHL Media The PJHL is pleased to announce the approval of a new franchise for the City of Port Coquitlam, set to begin play in the 2023-24 season. While the new franchise is yet to decide on a team name, the club will play out of the newly renovated Port Coquitlam Community Centre (PCCC) making […]

POWs: Hu, Merriman, Hughes

PJHL Media The PJHL has announced its Players of the Week for the week ending Jan. 15. Payton Hu, F, Delta Ice Hawks – Hu posted six points in three games, all wins for the Ice Hawks, and he sits just outside the top-five in PJHL scoring. The Surrey product assisted on the winning goal […]

Q&A Time: Mike Bordignon

PJHL Media In this round of PJHL Q&A, Mission City Outlaws play-by-play man Mike Bordignon checks in with his perspective from the broadcast booth. PJHL: You’ve had two stints with Mission City; what has changed from the first go-round with the organization to this one nowMike Bordignon: The players are a lot younger than I […]

Tambellini Reflects On PJHL Beginnings

PJHL Media Not often does a 15-year-old player make a splash in the PJHL but the waves left by Jeff Tambellini in his season with the Port Coquitlam Buckeroos still ripple in his memory to this day. Tambellini’s rookie season came in the 1999-2000 campaign where he posted 30 goals and 34 assists in 41 […]

Daniel Dallapace: Mic’d Up

PJHL Media If all goes according to plan, Port Moody Panthers blueliner Daniel Dallapace will play his 100th PJHL game sometime in January 2023, quite a milestone for the veteran who saw most of the 2020-21 season erased due to the pandemic. The Burnaby native has put his head down and worked and has a […]

Hayden Yahn: Mic’d Up

PJHL Media Langley Trappers captain Hayden Yahn is enjoying a career year with 27 points in 24 games through the end of November. His leadership has helped the Trappers to a 17-4-3 record which puts them atop the Harold Brittain Conference. Recently, PJHL photographer David Stevens captured the sounds of warmup with Yahn in this […]

ASU’s Powers Speaks to Prospects

PJHL Media Arizona State University has been a full-fledged member of NCAA Div. I hockey for eight seasons now and head coach Greg Powers has been the man behind the bench for the whole ride. The Sun Devils under Powers have been strong recruiters in Western Canada and in B.C. particularly with six players over […]

Q&A Time: Brent Hughes

PJHL Media Ridge Meadows Flames head coach Brent Hughes played his junior hockey with the WHL’s New Westminster Bruins and went on to enjoy a 357-game NHL career with stops in Winnipeg, Boston, Buffalo and the New York Islanders before getting into coaching. Now in his second season behind the Flames bench, Hughes took time […]

POWs: Johnson, Scouras, Cox

PJHL Media The PJHL has named its Players of the Week for the week ending Nov. 13. Kaidan Johnson, F, Grandview Steelers – In a three-game week, Johnson almost doubled his points as he notched a hat trick and five helpers. The 6-foot Burnaby native was named 1st Star when he scored a natural hat […]

Q&A Time: Brian Wiebe

PJHL Media In our second installment of Q&A this season, we speak to a Port Moody Panthers general manager Brian Wiebe who’s been involved in Junior hockey most of his working life and brings a unique viewpoint to his role building a team and helping players move on to new opportunities. A former play-by-play voice, […]