Surrey Eagles

The Surrey Eagles have been sold to Surrey business owners Ron and TJ Brar, the BC Hockey League announced Wednesday. (Garrett James photo)

BCHL’s Surrey Eagles sold to new owners

Surrey businessmen Ron and TJ Brar purchase BCHL team from Chuck Westgard

 

After a strong rookie season in the BCHL, Surrey Eagles forward Grayden Slipec, 16, will be counted on even more in his second season, said head coach Cam Keith. (Garrett James photo)

‘We’re really excited for the future’: Surrey Eagles coach reflects on BCHL season

Surrey season ended last week after four-game sweep at hands of Nanaimo Clippers

 

Shane Kuss, shown here at Centennial Arena in White Rock, has been named to the BCHL’s 60th Anniversary team. (Tom Zillich photo)

Two former Surrey Eagles named to BCHL’s 60th anniversary team

Shane Kuss and John McNabb both honoured by junior ‘A’ league

 

The Surrey Eagles were eliminated from the BC Hockey League playoffs after a 6-2 Game 4 loss to the Nanaimo Clippers Tuesday in South Surrey. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles eliminated from BCHL playoffs after Game 4 loss to Nanaimo

Clippers defeat Eagles 6-2 at Surrey Surrey Arena to complete first-round sweep

The Surrey Eagles were eliminated from the BC Hockey League playoffs after a 6-2 Game 4 loss to the Nanaimo Clippers Tuesday in South Surrey. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles player Jake Bongo races for a loose puck in the attacking zone during Saturday’s BCHL playoff game at Frank Crane Arena in Nanaimo. (Greg Sakaki photo)

Eagles trail Clippers 2-0 as BCHL series shifts to Surrey

Next two games of first-round junior ‘A’ hockey matchup to be played at South Surrey Arena

Surrey Eagles player Jake Bongo races for a loose puck in the attacking zone during Saturday’s BCHL playoff game at Frank Crane Arena in Nanaimo. (Greg Sakaki photo)
The Surrey Eagles and Nanaimo Clippers will face each other in the first round of BC Hockey League playoffs. The seven-game series begins Friday night in Nanaimo. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles to face Nanaimo in first round of BCHL playoffs

Games 1 and 2 in Nanaimo this week; Game 3 set for South Surrey Arena Monday

The Surrey Eagles and Nanaimo Clippers will face each other in the first round of BC Hockey League playoffs. The seven-game series begins Friday night in Nanaimo. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles captain Jimmy Darby and his teammates clinched a spot in the BCHL playoffs last weekend. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles clinch BCHL playoff spot after win on Vancouver Island

Eight of nine teams in BCHL’s Coastal Conference qualify for post-season

Surrey Eagles captain Jimmy Darby and his teammates clinched a spot in the BCHL playoffs last weekend. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Zack Feaver screens Langley Rivermen netminder Jameson Kaine during a game last week. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles set for pair of games after busy 4-game week

BCHL team went 2-2 last week, and will play Nanaimo, Alberni Valley on weekend

Surrey Eagles forward Zack Feaver screens Langley Rivermen netminder Jameson Kaine during a game last week. (Garrett James photo)
The Surrey Eagles made just one trade at the Canadian junior ‘A’ hockey trade deadline, sending 19-year-old forward Tio D’Addario (right) to the Camrose Kodiaks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League in exchange for future considerations. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles create roster flexibility after quiet junior ‘A’ trade deadline

BCHL team makes just one trade – sending Tio D’Addario to Camrose Kodiaks

The Surrey Eagles made just one trade at the Canadian junior ‘A’ hockey trade deadline, sending 19-year-old forward Tio D’Addario (right) to the Camrose Kodiaks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League in exchange for future considerations. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver scrambles to cover up a puck in the crease during a game against Langley earlier this season. Pulver stopped both shots in faced in a shootout Sunday, to help the Eagles defeat Chilliwack 3-2. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles defeat Chiefs in return from holiday break

Eagles win 3-2 in a shootout; rematch between the two BCHL rivals set for Friday

Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver scrambles to cover up a puck in the crease during a game against Langley earlier this season. Pulver stopped both shots in faced in a shootout Sunday, to help the Eagles defeat Chilliwack 3-2. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forwards Michael Abgrall (left) and Grayden Slipec (right) have been selected to participate in the BCHL’s Top Prospects Game in Penticton next month. (Garrett James photos)

Two Surrey Eagles selected for BCHL’s Top Prospects Game

Michael Abgrall and Grayden Slipec to take part in all-star weekend festivities in Penticton

Surrey Eagles forwards Michael Abgrall (left) and Grayden Slipec (right) have been selected to participate in the BCHL’s Top Prospects Game in Penticton next month. (Garrett James photos)
Surrey Eagles defenceman Tate Taylor battles for a puck against the Nanaimo Clippers during a mid-November game at South Surrey Arena. The two teams faced each other last weekend in Nanaimo, with the Eagles winning 4-1. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles win three straight on Vancouver Island road trip

BCHL team now above .500 after offence comes alive in three road games

Surrey Eagles defenceman Tate Taylor battles for a puck against the Nanaimo Clippers during a mid-November game at South Surrey Arena. The two teams faced each other last weekend in Nanaimo, with the Eagles winning 4-1. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles goalie Max Prazma made 31 saves in a losing effort Sunday, but on Friday made 26 saves and picked up two assists in a 7-4 win over Coquitlam. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles head out on Island road trip after win streak halted

BCHL squad scheduled to play in Victoria, Cowichan, Nanaimo this weekend

Surrey Eagles goalie Max Prazma made 31 saves in a losing effort Sunday, but on Friday made 26 saves and picked up two assists in a 7-4 win over Coquitlam. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles rookie Grayden Slipec (centre) celebrates after scoring a goal earlier this season. (Garrett James photo)

Highly-touted Eagles rookie soaring in first junior-hockey season

Grayden Slipec, 16, already has committed to the NCAA’s University of North Dakota

Surrey Eagles rookie Grayden Slipec (centre) celebrates after scoring a goal earlier this season. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles goalie Max Prazma made 32 saves in two separate games last week, helping his team to a pair of wins. (Garrett James photo)

Goaltending performance leads Surrey Eagles to pair of wins

Max Prazma stops 32 shots in two separate games last week

Surrey Eagles goalie Max Prazma made 32 saves in two separate games last week, helping his team to a pair of wins. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Michael Abgrall is listed on NHL Central Scouting’s ‘Players to watch’ list. (Damon James photo)

Surrey Eagles forward listed on NHL Central Scouting’s ‘Players to Watch’ draft list

Michael Abgrall and six other BC Hockey League players listed as ‘C’ prospects for 2022

Surrey Eagles forward Michael Abgrall is listed on NHL Central Scouting’s ‘Players to watch’ list. (Damon James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski scored his first goal of the season in Saturday’s loss to the Coquitlam Express. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski scored his first goal of the season in Saturday’s loss to the Coquitlam Express. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles edge Express for first win of BCHL season

Holden Cardinal scores in sixth round of shootout to lead Eagles to victory

Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski scored his first goal of the season in Saturday’s loss to the Coquitlam Express. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski scored his first goal of the season in Saturday’s loss to the Coquitlam Express. (Garrett James photo)
Four BCHL officials (left to right: Colleen Geddes, Megan Howes, Grace Barlow and Melissa Brunn) made Canadian junior ‘A’ hockey history Sunday at South Surrey Arena when they became the first all-female officiating crew to work a junior ‘A’ hockey game. (Garrett James photo)

First-ever all-female officiating crew to work BCHL game in South Surrey

Four-person team will be first all-women crew to work a Canadian junior ‘A’ hockey game: BCHL

Four BCHL officials (left to right: Colleen Geddes, Megan Howes, Grace Barlow and Melissa Brunn) made Canadian junior ‘A’ hockey history Sunday at South Surrey Arena when they became the first all-female officiating crew to work a junior ‘A’ hockey game. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles captain Jimmy Darby models the BC Hockey League team’s new retro jersey at South Surrey Arena. (photo courtesy Surrey Eagles)

Surrey Eagles reveal ‘faux-back’ jersey inspired by city’s old ‘Welcome to Surrey’ signs

‘We opted for a more vintage style, but something fresh that hasn’t really been worn before’

Surrey Eagles captain Jimmy Darby models the BC Hockey League team’s new retro jersey at South Surrey Arena. (photo courtesy Surrey Eagles)
Surrey Eagles forward Zack Feaver gets tangled up with a Langley Rivermen player during last weekend’s game. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles aim to get first win of BCHL season after winless opening weekend

Eagles will host Langley Rivermen, Coquitlam Express this weekend

Surrey Eagles forward Zack Feaver gets tangled up with a Langley Rivermen player during last weekend’s game. (Garrett James photo)