Clippers acquire Gould at trade deadline

By contributor Reid Eccles The British Columbia Hockey League’s (BCHL) trade deadline came and went on January 10, and the Nanaimo Clippers were actively involved in one of the day’s 10 trades. The Clippers acquired forward Gavin Gould from the Merritt Centennials in exchange for rookie Clipper forward Zach Court, as well as a future … Continued

Nanaimo Clippers vs Powell River Kings

By contributor Reid Eccles. Saturday, January 9: The Nanaimo Clippers downed the Powell River Kings 3-2. Clippers and British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) leading scorer Sheldon Rempal scored twice, including his 17th power play goal of the season. Clippers goaltender Evan Johnson shut the door in the final minutes to maintain the Clipper lead. [slideshow_deploy … Continued

Forward on the front line: Matt Hoover

By contributor Reid Eccles With November fading into December, the Nanaimo Clippers are nearing the halfway mark of their 60-game season. The Clippers’ 33 points in their first 27 games earned them the top spot of the British Columbia Hockey League’s (BCHL) five-team Island Division. The Clippers currently rank fifth league-wide. A large part of the Clippers’ success so far has … Continued

Clippers finish strong, defeat Rivermen

By contributor Reid Eccles The Clippers were back in Frank Crane Arena on November 14 to face the Langley Rivermen. Into the second period, Rivermen forward Justin Fregona broke the scoreless tie when his wrist shot through traffic, beat Clipper goaltender Jakob Walter’s low glove side. The Rivermen capitalized again two minutes later when Walter’s stick caught in … Continued

Clippers prepare for League Championship

For the first time since 2008 the Nanaimo Clippers will compete for the Fred Page Cup and the right to be called BCHL champions. The only thing standing in the Clippers’ way are the regular season’s champions, the Penticton Vees. The Clippers advanced to the finals with a 2-0 victory in Nanaimo on Thursday, April … Continued

Clippers sail towards Island championship

With only seven games left in the British Columbia Hockey League season, the Nanaimo Clippers have all but officially clinched first place in the league’s Island Division. The Clippers’ record of 35-13-0-3 gives the team 73 points on the season, 11 more than the second place Powell River Kings, who have also played two more … Continued

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