Sell Heading to Chilliwack

On behalf of the Chilliwack Jets, we would like to announce Woodland Park, Colorado, USA-born hockey player, Colten Sell, has committed to play for the Chilliwack Jets for the 2023/24 PJHL Junior A Hockey Season. Sell is a 6-foot, 175-pound fast skating, impact-scoring forward. Colten played for the Northstar Christian U18 Hockey Academy Team last […]

Information about Hockey Canada-Sanctioned Leagues/Programs

Information on Hockey Canada sanctioned programs PJHL Media CALGARY, AB – In collaboration with its Members and partner leagues, Hockey Canada has released a document that clarifies significant differences for participants in sanctioned and non-sanctioned hockey programs, including player safety, insurance, eligibility, playing rules, high-performance opportunities and recognition by government. The document outlines 20 benefits that […]

Michigan Native Heading Into “THE HANGAR”

On behalf of the Chilliwack Jets, we would like to announce Dexter, Michigan-born, USA hockey player, Christian Rapp commitment to play for the Chilliwack Jets this 2023/24 PJHL Junior A Hockey Season. Rapp is a 6-foot, 6-inch, 180-pound forward. Christian played for the Compuware U18 AAA Team in the HPHL 18U League last season. Rapp […]

Coastal Waters Form New PJHL Team

PJHL Media The PJHL is pleased to announce the approval of a new franchise for the Sunshine Coast, set to begin play in the 2024-25 season. While the new franchise is yet to decide on a team name, the club will play out of the Gibsons and Area Community Centre. This past season the PJHL […]

Brideau Twins are Coming to Chilliwack

The Chilliwack Jets announced today the BC born signings of players Jesse Brideau (Left) and Marek Brideau (Right). Jesse Brideau is from Prince George, BC and is the brother and twin to Marek. Jesse played for the Cariboo Cougars U18 AAA in the BCEHL last season. Jesse is a 6-foot, 2-inch 187-pound strong skating and […]


Saanichton, B.C. – BC Hockey is thrilled to announce a new pathway for Junior A hockey in British Columbia and Yukon beginning in the 2023-24 season. The junior hockey landscape in B.C. and Yukon will undergo a transformation that will see current Junior B teams in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL), the Pacific Junior […]