Tag: PJHL

PJHL playoffs begin

PJHL playoffs begin

Dave Gough- February 28, 2024

The Provincial Junior Hockey League Stobbs Division hockey playoffs have begun. The playoff first-round kicked off last night in Essex and Lakeshore, as the 73s ... Read More

PJHL Stobbs Division mid-season rankings

PJHL Stobbs Division mid-season rankings

Dave Gough- January 2, 2024

Here is a mid-season recap of the four Junior C hockey teams that play in Chatham-Kent. First disclaimer; yes we know that Walpole Island is ... Read More

Campbell named team MVP at PJHL Prospects Game

Campbell named team MVP at PJHL Prospects Game

Dave Gough- November 8, 2023

Dracen Campbell received the Team West MVP award at the PJHL Prospects Game held in Wingham on Nov. 4, 2023. Wallaceburg's Dracen Campbell was named ... Read More

Local hockey players taking part in prospects game

Local hockey players taking part in prospects game

Dave Gough- November 3, 2023

The West roster for Saturday’s Provincial Junior Hockey League prospects game in Wingham, features a number of local hockey players. Local players taking part include: ... Read More

Hockey players honour teammate

Hockey players honour teammate

Dave Gough- October 26, 2023

When the Wheatley Omstead Sharks and Amherstburg Admirals played last night in Wheatley, they played with heavy hearts. Players joined together to mourn and honour ... Read More

Kings game postponed due to death of Canadiens player

Kings game postponed due to death of Canadiens player

Dave Gough- October 25, 2023

Sylvain Lessard The Dresden Kings home game at Ken Houston Memorial Agricultural Centre against the Lakeshore Canadiens scheduled for tonight has been postponed. The reason ... Read More

Wallaceburg PJHL team moving to Walpole Island

Wallaceburg PJHL team moving to Walpole Island

CKSN Staff- April 6, 2023

Wallaceburg’s PJHL team is on the move but they’re not going far. The ownership group announced on social media Tuesday night that the team will ... Read More

Blades cut through Thunderhawks 7-3

Blades cut through Thunderhawks 7-3

Wyatt Williams- January 31, 2023

By Wyatt Williams Thunderhawks' Brayden Remsik clears Blades Brad McAlpine out in front of goaltender Mitch Rawlings. Rawlings had a strong game, keeping it close ... Read More

Walpole Island First Nation Purchases Wallaceburg Thunderhawks

Walpole Island First Nation Purchases Wallaceburg Thunderhawks

CKSN Staff- July 29, 2022

The Wallaceburg Thunderhawks have been sold to Walpole Island First Nation. Tyler Jacobs is slated to serve as Team President, while Louie Blackbird will be ... Read More

PJHL Teams Move to “Tier 2” Playoffs

PJHL Teams Move to “Tier 2” Playoffs

CKSN Staff- March 25, 2022

Photo by Wyatt Williams For the first time ever, local Junior C hockey will continue beyond the traditional playoffs with a new "Tier 2" playoff ... Read More

Wallaceburg Thunderhawks Make Playoffs, First Appearance Since 2011

Wallaceburg Thunderhawks Make Playoffs, First Appearance Since 2011

CKSN Staff- March 6, 2022

The Wallaceburg Thunderhawks snapped a more than decade long playoff drought securing their spot this weekend with a 7-6 overtime win over the Dresden Kings. ... Read More

PJHL Season Kicks Off For Local Teams October 1

PJHL Season Kicks Off For Local Teams October 1

CKSN Staff- September 17, 2021

Kings goaltender Aiden Lucyk - Photo by Wyatt Williams/ CKSN.ca The PJHL Stobbs Division will kick off their 2021-2022 season on October 1. The league ... Read More

Dresden Kings Hire Van Eerd As Head Coach, Dawson As General Manager

Dresden Kings Hire Van Eerd As Head Coach, Dawson As General Manager

CKSN Staff- April 21, 2021

Kings goaltender Aiden Lucyk - Photo by Wyatt Williams/ CKSN.ca The Dresden Kings will have new leadership when the next PJHL season drops the puck. ... Read More

PJHL Season On Hold

PJHL Season On Hold

CKSN Staff- December 31, 2020

The Provincial Junior Hockey League, which includes the PJHL Stobbs Division and four Chatham-Kent based teams, has announced their projected season start date of February ... Read More