Valley West Hawks

Vancouver NE Chiefs goalie Michael Harroch and Valley West Hawk Josh Dias shake hands after Game 3 Sunday at the Langley Events Centre. (Damon James photo)

Valley West Hawks upset by Chiefs in major-midget hockey playoffs

BC Major Midget League’s top seed falls in best-of-three series to Vancouver NE Chiefs

 

Valley West Hawks captain Trevor Isaksson and his teammates will begin their first-round playoff series Friday against the Vancouver NE Chiefs. (Garrett James photo)

First-place Hawks prepare for major-midget playoff battle

Valley West to face Vancouver NE Chiefs in first round of BCMML post-season

 

Valley West Hawks forward Justin Sourdif has tied the team record with 71 points, and can break the mark this weekend. (Garrett James photo)

First-place Valley West Hawks aim for playoffs, team records

Midget hockey team has two games left in BC Major Midget League regular season

 

Valley West Hawks defenceman Jordan Hendry keeps his eye on the puck during a BC Major Midget League game earlier this season. (Garrett James photo)

Valley West Hawks keep sights set on first place

Major-midget team changes on the fly as BCMML season progresses

Valley West Hawks defenceman Jordan Hendry keeps his eye on the puck during a BC Major Midget League game earlier this season. (Garrett James photo)
Justin Sourdif has continuously improved during his rookie, and possibly only, season with the Valley West Hawks. (Submitted photo)

Sourdif shining among Surrey’s hockey talent

‘I think he’s going to play in the NHL,’ says coach

Justin Sourdif has continuously improved during his rookie, and possibly only, season with the Valley West Hawks. (Submitted photo)
Walker Erickson has made an impressive transition to defence, despite never playing there in his career. (Trevor Beggs)

Goal-scoring record is within reach for Valley West Hawks

The BCMML team has a chance to score more goals than the 08-09 Giants, which featured Nugent-Hopkins

Walker Erickson has made an impressive transition to defence, despite never playing there in his career. (Trevor Beggs)
Valley West Hawks Arshdeep Bains breaking ankles (figuratively, people) as he dangles around Vancouver NE Chiefs defender Nicholas Yu on Tuesday night at the Langley Events Centre (Trevor Beggs)

PHOTOS: Valley West Hawks stay hot with home ice victory

The BCMML’s best team beat the Vancouver NE Chiefs 6-2 on Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Valley West Hawks Arshdeep Bains breaking ankles (figuratively, people) as he dangles around Vancouver NE Chiefs defender Nicholas Yu on Tuesday night at the Langley Events Centre (Trevor Beggs)
Arshdeep Bains has been a leader on an offensively potent Valley West Hawks team. (Submitted photo)

Surrey’s Arshdeep Bains name BCMML’s ‘Player of the Month’

The Valley West Hawks forward leads the league with 31 points in 12 games

Arshdeep Bains has been a leader on an offensively potent Valley West Hawks team. (Submitted photo)
Team B.C. head coach proud of talent from Surrey and Delta

Team B.C. head coach proud of talent from Surrey and Delta

Justin Sourdif, Cam MacDonald & Ryan Watson are three local hockey players who represented Team B.C.

Team B.C. head coach proud of talent from Surrey and Delta
Hawks defenceman and captain Trevor Isaksson has been a steady force on the back-end with multiple injuries to the defence. (Garrett James/Submitted photo)

Valley West Hawks doing just fine without star players

Despite missing two of their best players, the Hawks remain unbeaten

Hawks defenceman and captain Trevor Isaksson has been a steady force on the back-end with multiple injuries to the defence. (Garrett James/Submitted photo)
Cameron McDonald leads the BCMML in goals with five through the first four games of the season. Him and teammate Justin Sourdif were just named to Team B.C. for the 2017 WHL Cup. (Submitted Photo)

Two Valley West Hawks forwards on Team B.C. at 2017 WHL Cup

Justin Sourdif and Cameron MacDonald lead the BCMML in scoring through the first four games

Cameron McDonald leads the BCMML in goals with five through the first four games of the season. Him and teammate Justin Sourdif were just named to Team B.C. for the 2017 WHL Cup. (Submitted Photo)
Justin Sourdif will be one of the players to watch for the Valley West Hawks this season, and he’s already flashed his offensive skills early on. (Submitted photo)

High aspirations for Surrey’s Valley West Hawks

Valley West head coach Rob Evers hopes a deep forward group will lead the Hawks to a championship.

  • Sep 27, 2017
Justin Sourdif will be one of the players to watch for the Valley West Hawks this season, and he’s already flashed his offensive skills early on. (Submitted photo)
Valley West head coach to join Trail Smoke Eaters’ staff

Valley West head coach to join Trail Smoke Eaters’ staff

Jessie Leung leaves Valley West Hawks for assistant-coach post in BC Hockey League

Valley West head coach to join Trail Smoke Eaters’ staff