Junior B Hockey

Oceanside Generals Carter Johnson and Nolan Wyatt try to poke the puck against the Victoria Cougars. (Michael Briones photo)

Red-hot Oceanside Generals stop Cougars, Glacier Kings in VIJHL action

Parksville squad now sits atop league standings

 

Alyssa MacMillan, assistant coach and director of marketing and advertising with the Summerland Steam, is the first and only female coach in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League. (Contributed)

Summerland Junior B hockey team has first female coach in league

Alyssa MacMillan has a long history playing and coaching hockey

 

Oceanside Generals forward Carter Johnson scored three goals and had an assist against the Nanaimo Buccaneers in their Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League game on Tuesday night at Oceanside Place. (PQB News file photo)

Johnson scores 3 goals to lead Generals over Buccaneers 4-1 in VIJHL clash

Gens forward continues to lead the league in scoring

 

Oceanside Generals forward Brayden Ross scored four goals and an assist on the road. (PQB News file photo)
Oceanside Generals forward Brayden Ross scored four goals and an assist on the road. (PQB News file photo)
Oceanside Generals Brady O’Brien redirects the puck into the net past the sprawled Comox Valley Glacier Kings goaltender Steven Reganato. (Michael Briones photo)

Oceanside Generals fall 6-3 to Comox Valley Glacier Kings in VIJHL action

Generals hope to bounce back against Wolves tonight at home

Oceanside Generals Brady O’Brien redirects the puck into the net past the sprawled Comox Valley Glacier Kings goaltender Steven Reganato. (Michael Briones photo)
Oceanside Generals general manager Rick Hannibal visits the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PODCAST: Talking hockey with Oceanside Generals general manager Rick Hannibal

PQBeat: Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League side preps for 2022-23 season

Oceanside Generals general manager Rick Hannibal visits the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)
Qualicum Beach goalie Matthew Spencer-Dahl will join the Oceanside Generals this coming VIJHL season. (PQB News file photo)

Qualicum Beach goalie Spencer-Dahl signs with VIJHL’s Oceanside Generals

Generals to kick off 2022-23 season against Port Alberni Bombers at home

Qualicum Beach goalie Matthew Spencer-Dahl will join the Oceanside Generals this coming VIJHL season. (PQB News file photo)
The Quality Foods Oceanside Generals lost 4-3 in overtime against the Peninsula Panthers in Game 6 of their Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League best-of-seven series final at the Peninsula Recreation Centre on Friday, April 1. (Michael Briones photo)

VIJHL: Generals see title hopes shattered in 4-3 OT loss against Panthers

Peninsula clinches Brent Patterson Memorial Trophy

The Quality Foods Oceanside Generals lost 4-3 in overtime against the Peninsula Panthers in Game 6 of their Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League best-of-seven series final at the Peninsula Recreation Centre on Friday, April 1. (Michael Briones photo)
Oceanside Generals forward Greyson Weme scores his third goal as he redirects a shot past Peninsula Panthers goalie Ashton Lukan in Game 5 of their Vancouver Island Junior Hockey league final series played at Howie Meeker Arena on Wednesday, March 30. (Michael Briones photo)

VIJHL: Weme nets 3 as Oceanside Generals earn 7-4 win over Panthers

Peninsula still leads best-of-seven league final series 3-2

Oceanside Generals forward Greyson Weme scores his third goal as he redirects a shot past Peninsula Panthers goalie Ashton Lukan in Game 5 of their Vancouver Island Junior Hockey league final series played at Howie Meeker Arena on Wednesday, March 30. (Michael Briones photo)
Oceanside Generals player Carter Johnson goes after the flying puck against Peninsula Panthers. (Michael Briones photo)
Oceanside Generals player Carter Johnson goes after the flying puck against Peninsula Panthers. (Michael Briones photo)
Oceanside Generals player Miles Carson tries to grab the puck from Peninsula Panthers goalie Brady Kelly in Game 3 of their best-of-seven VIJHL series final at Oceanside Place on Sunday (March 27). (Michael Briones photo)

VIJHL: Generals fall 2-1 to Peninsula Panthers, trail league final series 3-0

Oceanside aims to stave off elimination in Game 4 tonight

Oceanside Generals player Miles Carson tries to grab the puck from Peninsula Panthers goalie Brady Kelly in Game 3 of their best-of-seven VIJHL series final at Oceanside Place on Sunday (March 27). (Michael Briones photo)
The Oceanside Generals will host the Peninsula Panthers Sunday, March 27, in Game 3 of their VIJHL playoff final series. (Michael Briones photo)

VIJHL: Panthers take 2-0 lead over Oceanside Generals following 6-1 triumph

Game 3 in league final series goes Sunday (March 27) at Oceanside Place

The Oceanside Generals will host the Peninsula Panthers Sunday, March 27, in Game 3 of their VIJHL playoff final series. (Michael Briones photo)
Parksville Mayor Ed Mayne and Qualicum Beach Mayor Brian Wiese drop ceremonial pucks to launch Game 1 of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League final between the Oceanside Generals and Peninsula Panthers March 23 at Oceanside Place. (Michael Briones photo)

VIJHL final: Panthers strike first with 2-1 win over Oceanside Generals

Peninsula converts on late power play to capture Game 1

Parksville Mayor Ed Mayne and Qualicum Beach Mayor Brian Wiese drop ceremonial pucks to launch Game 1 of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League final between the Oceanside Generals and Peninsula Panthers March 23 at Oceanside Place. (Michael Briones photo)
The Quality Foods Oceanside Generals celebrate their win against Campbell River Storm in their VIJHL North Division final series. They now face the Peninsula Panthers in the VIJHL final. (PQB News file photo)

Parksville, Qualicum Beach mayors issue friendly wager ahead of VIJHL final

Mayne, Wiese make bet with North Saanich’s Geoff Orr as Peninsula Panthers face Oceanside Generals

The Quality Foods Oceanside Generals celebrate their win against Campbell River Storm in their VIJHL North Division final series. They now face the Peninsula Panthers in the VIJHL final. (PQB News file photo)
Oceanside Generals forward Carter Johnson scored against the Campbell River Storm in VIJHL action at Oceanside Place on Thursday, March 17. (Michael Briones photo)

VIJHL: Generals sweep aside Storm 5-0 to capture North Division crown

Oceanside beats Campbell River four straight in best-of-seven series

Oceanside Generals forward Carter Johnson scored against the Campbell River Storm in VIJHL action at Oceanside Place on Thursday, March 17. (Michael Briones photo)
The Quality Foods Oceanside Generals are a win away from reaching the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League’s playoff final series. (Michael Briones photo)
The Quality Foods Oceanside Generals are a win away from reaching the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League’s playoff final series. (Michael Briones photo)
Oceanside Generals player Nolan Wyatt redirects the puck past the Campbell River Storm goalkeeper in Game 2 of their VIJHL North Division final, March 12 at Oceanside Place. (Michael Briones photo)
Oceanside Generals player Nolan Wyatt redirects the puck past the Campbell River Storm goalkeeper in Game 2 of their VIJHL North Division final, March 12 at Oceanside Place. (Michael Briones photo)
Oceanside Generals stopped the Campbell River Storm 9-2 in Game 1 of their best-of-seven VIJHL North Division final in Campbell River. (PQN file photo)
Oceanside Generals stopped the Campbell River Storm 9-2 in Game 1 of their best-of-seven VIJHL North Division final in Campbell River. (PQN file photo)
The Oceanside Generals and Campbell River Storm will face each other in the best-of-seven North Division final with the first game to be played March 11, at the Rod Brind’Amour Arena. (Michael Briones photo)
The Oceanside Generals and Campbell River Storm will face each other in the best-of-seven North Division final with the first game to be played March 11, at the Rod Brind’Amour Arena. (Michael Briones photo)
The Oceanside Generals bench watches Greyson Weme grab the puck in the neutral zone to go on a breakaway against the Comox Valley Glacier Kings in Game 7 of their VIJHL playoff series in front of a packed house at Oceanside Place on March 6. (Michael Briones photo)
The Oceanside Generals bench watches Greyson Weme grab the puck in the neutral zone to go on a breakaway against the Comox Valley Glacier Kings in Game 7 of their VIJHL playoff series in front of a packed house at Oceanside Place on March 6. (Michael Briones photo)