Surrey Eagles

Surrey Eagles goaltender Eli Pulver, left, and forward Jake Bongo will be going to the BC Hockey League’s 3-on-3 outdoor All-Star Tournament Jan. 21 in Penticton. (Photos: surreyeagles.ca)

Surrey Eagles all-stars Bongo, Pulver help hockey team soar at opposite ends of the rink

Outdoors in Penticton, forward Jake Bongo and goaltender Eli Pulver will play in BCHL All-Star Tournament

 

Surrey Eagles goaltender Eli Pulver, left, and forward Jake Bongo will be going to the BC Hockey League’s 3-on-3 outdoor All-Star Tournament Jan. 21 in Penticton. (Photos: surreyeagles.ca)

Surrey Eagles all-stars Bongo, Pulver help hockey team soar at opposite ends of the rink

Outdoors in Penticton, forward Jake Bongo and goaltender Eli Pulver will play in BCHL All-Star Tournament

 

Wearing a special Punjabi Night-themed jersey, Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski, right, crashes into Vernon Vipers goaltender Roan Clarke at South Surrey Arena on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022. At a sold-out rink, the home team blanked the visitors, 5-0. (Photo: Garrett James, via Facebook.com/SurreyEagles)

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Special weekend for Surrey Eagles as team wins 2 more games, including a thriller

Huge crowd and shutout win on Punjabi Night, followed by 6-5 victory over conference leaders

Wearing a special Punjabi Night-themed jersey, Surrey Eagles forward Jacob Bonkowski, right, crashes into Vernon Vipers goaltender Roan Clarke at South Surrey Arena on Friday, Nov. 18, 2022. At a sold-out rink, the home team blanked the visitors, 5-0. (Photo: Garrett James, via Facebook.com/SurreyEagles)
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On ‘Punjabi Night,’ Jazzy B to drop puck at Surrey Eagles hockey game

Elsewhere on Nov. 18, the WHL Vancouver Giants will host a special game night of their own

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Hairy Surrey Eagles broadcaster Joey Pitt, left, poses for a photo with bald Vancouver Canucks play caller Brendan Batchelor in September. Pitt plans to be shaved bald next March to make a wig for a kid with cancer. (Submitted photo)

Now THAT’S hockey hair: Surrey Eagles broadcaster grows massive mullet to make wig for kids

Joey Pitt’s season-long fundraiser is inspired by a close friend lost to cancer

Hairy Surrey Eagles broadcaster Joey Pitt, left, poses for a photo with bald Vancouver Canucks play caller Brendan Batchelor in September. Pitt plans to be shaved bald next March to make a wig for a kid with cancer. (Submitted photo)
Surrey Eagles defenceman Ty Brassington steers a Nanaimo Clippers player away from the net, guarded by Eli Pulver, during the Eagles’ 5-2 loss at Nanaimo’s Frank Crane Arena on Friday, Oct. 28, 2022. (Submitted photo: Gary Dorland/ Nanaimo Clippers)
Surrey Eagles defenceman Ty Brassington steers a Nanaimo Clippers player away from the net, guarded by Eli Pulver, during the Eagles’ 5-2 loss at Nanaimo’s Frank Crane Arena on Friday, Oct. 28, 2022. (Submitted photo: Gary Dorland/ Nanaimo Clippers)
The Surrey Eagles won a pair of games last weekend against the Chilliwack Chiefs, to stay undefeated through their first five games of the BCHL season. (Surrey Eagles photo)

Surrey Eagles remain undefeated in BCHL after two weekend wins

Eagles won both ends of back-to-back with Chilliwack Chiefs

The Surrey Eagles won a pair of games last weekend against the Chilliwack Chiefs, to stay undefeated through their first five games of the BCHL season. (Surrey Eagles photo)
Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver made 27 saves, and stopped two shootout attempts, in a 5-4 win over the Wenatchee Wild Friday in South Surrey. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles edge Wenatchee in BCHL season-opener

Home team wins 5-4 in shootout Friday night at South Surrey Arena

Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver made 27 saves, and stopped two shootout attempts, in a 5-4 win over the Wenatchee Wild Friday in South Surrey. (Garrett James photo)
Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver makes a save against Nanaimo during the BCHL playoffs last spring. Pulver returns to the team this season and will be expected to carry the load in net. (Garrett James photo)

Surrey Eagles ‘cautiously optimistic’ as start of new BCHL season looms

Team will return a handful of key veterans, including leading scorer and captain

Surrey Eagles goalie Eli Pulver makes a save against Nanaimo during the BCHL playoffs last spring. Pulver returns to the team this season and will be expected to carry the load in net. (Garrett James photo)
Ron (left) and T.J. Brar purchased the BC Hockey League’s Surrey Eagles from former owner Chuck Westgard last May. (Nick Greenizan photo)

Farming brothers look to grow Surrey Eagles into pillar of community

Ron and T.J. Brar purchased BC Hockey League team from Chuck Westgard last May

Ron (left) and T.J. Brar purchased the BC Hockey League’s Surrey Eagles from former owner Chuck Westgard last May. (Nick Greenizan photo)
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

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

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)
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

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