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BCHL, Powell River Kings release 2024/2025 schedule

Defending champion Surrey Eagles visit Hap Parker Arena in November
Powell River Kings' forwards Ryan Arnold (89) and Simone Dadiè (26) watch as the puck enters the Cowichan Valley Capitals net during a 2023/2024 regular season BCHL game Hap Parker Arena on Friday, March 15.

On June 20, the BC Hockey League (BCHL) unveiled its schedule for the 2024/2025 regular season.

Powell River Kings will open the 54-game campaign on home ice at Hap Parker Arena with a doubleheader against Victoria Grizzlies on September 20 and 21. The schedule will be home heavy for the first half of the season with 17 of the 26 home games taking place before the end of December.

Fans will see the Coastal Conference West Division rivals from Vancouver Island (Victoria, Cowichan Valley, Nanaimo and Alberni Valley) a minimum of three times and the teams in the Coastal Conference East Division (Surrey, Coquitlam, Langley, Chilliwack and Prince George) twice, with the exception of the reigning Fred Page Cup champion Surrey Eagles, who will only make one visit on November 5. 

Prince George Spruce Kings will make their first appearance at Hap Parker Arena in five years with a doubleheader at the end of October. Interior teams making stops in Powell River include Cranbrook Bucks (October 12), Vernon Vipers (November 30), and Penticton Vees (December 1).

Five new teams from Alberta will be fully integrated into the BCHL for the upcoming year, but Kings fans will have to wait until the 2025/2026 season to see them. Powell River will not play an Alberta team home or away this season barring a matchup in the Fred Page Cup finals. Kings will only face Interior Conference West Division opponents (Penticton, Trail, Salmon Arm, Vernon and West Kelowna) with the exception of Cranbrook Bucks, who are in the newly formed Interior Conference East Division alongside the Alberta teams.

The home portion of the schedule will wrap up March 21 and 22 against Cowichan. The regular season will end March 29 and 30 with two games in Prince George. Still to be announced are the two games at the BCHL Showcase, which are slated for October.

To view the entire schedule or for season pass information, go to

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