Monday Mar. 4th
STORM 3
PANTHERS 4
Final
Tuesday Mar. 5th
PANTHERS 2
STORM 3
Final
Tuesday Mar. 5th
BRAVES 1
ISLANDERS 3
Final
Tuesday Mar. 5th
COUGARS 3
GENERALS 2
Final
Wednesday Mar. 6th
BUCCANEERS 2
WOLVES 1
Final
Thursday Mar. 7th
WOLVES 3
BUCCANEERS 5
Final
Thursday Mar. 7th
GENERALS 1
COUGARS 4
Final
Friday Mar. 8th
STORM 3
PANTHERS 1
Final
Friday Mar. 8th
ISLANDERS 0
BRAVES 4
Final
Sunday Mar. 10th
PANTHERS 0
STORM 3
Final
Tuesday Mar. 12th
BUCCANEERS 2
COUGARS 1
Final
Thursday Mar. 14th
BUCCANEERS 2
COUGARS 4
Final
Friday Mar. 15th
BRAVES 2
STORM 3
Final
Saturday Mar. 16th
BRAVES 1
STORM 2
Final
Saturday Mar. 16th
COUGARS 3
BUCCANEERS 4
Final
Sunday Mar. 17th
COUGARS 5
BUCCANEERS 1
Final
Monday Mar. 18th
STORM  
BRAVES  
6:00PM
Wednesday Mar. 20th
STORM  
BRAVES  
7:00PM
Thursday Mar. 21st
BUCCANEERS  
COUGARS  
7:00PM
Friday Mar. 22nd
COUGARS  
BUCCANEERS  
7:30PM
Friday Mar. 22nd
BRAVES  
STORM  
7:30PM
Saturday Mar. 23rd
STORM  
BRAVES  
6:30PM
Sunday Mar. 24th
BUCCANEERS  
COUGARS  
3:30PM
Sunday Mar. 24th
BRAVES  
STORM  
4:30PM
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VIJHL History Page

Founded in 1965, the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL) is a 9 team Junior "B" league located on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

The Brent Patterson Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the VIJHL playoff champion at the end of the season.

The winner of the Brent Patterson Memorial Trophy along with the champions of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL), the Pacific Junior Hockey League (PJHL) and the designated host team compete for the Cyclone Taylor Cup, the British Columbia Junior "B' championship. 

The most recent VIJHL playoff champions are the Campbell River Storm (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2015, 2017 and 2018), the Victoria Cougars (2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016) and the Peninsula Panthers (1989, 2010 and 2011). The Campbell River Storm have won the most league championships (10), followed by the Victoria Cougars, Saanich Braves and Kerry Park Islanders, each with seven.

In the past 2 seasons, the Championship Finals have gone the full seven games. On April 2, 2017, the league was blessed with one of the best games to ever determine a league championship. The Campbell River Storm defeated the Victoria Cougars 4-3 in Game 7 at 4:48 of the 4th overtime when Christian Brandt found the back of the net. The goaltenders faced a combined 135 shots on goal.

In April 2019, the VIJHL and the Campbell River Storm will host the CYclone Taylor Cup at Rod Brind'Amour Arena.

 

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NORTH DIVISION
TEAM GP W L T TP
Storm 48 34 10 0 109
Buccaneers 48 26 18 0 84
Generals 48 18 25 0 62
Glacier Kings 48 4 42 0 15
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SOUTH DIVISION
TEAM GP W L T TP
Cougars 48 28 12 0 99
Islanders 48 24 15 0 84
Braves 48 21 17 0 77
Wolves 48 17 22 0 63
Panthers 48 14 25 0 55
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SCORING LEADERS
PLAYER GP G A PTS
E. Easton (KPI) 47 35 39 74
B. Chacalias (VIC) 44 34 35 69
B. McClintick (KPI) 43 13 48 61
B. Walters (NAN) 47 18 39 57
M. Albinati (VIC) 38 25 31 56
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GOALIE LEADERS
GOALIE GP W GAA SV%
A de Kok (CRS) 30 24 1.89 .936
J Little (CRS) 16 10 1.91 .920
C Stevenson (VIC) 25 18 2.28 .920
B Wood (NAN) 16 9 2.32 .909
O Sikkes (VIC) 20 14 2.33 .925
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FEATURE PLAYER

AARON DE KOK
Campbell River Storm

With their playoff existence on the line, the responsibility of protecting the Storm wickets fell on an 18 year old from Lethbridge. The VIJHL’s Top Goaltender, Aaron de Kok proved why GM’s from up and down the Island chose him for the honour. Last Tuesday, in double overtime, while shorthanded he made a series of saves that literally saved the Storm season. In 3 games he stopped 68 of 71 shots (.958), earned a 0.85 GAA and a shutout in Game 7.

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