Sicamous Eagles Junior Hockey Club
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Sicamous Eagles Junior Hockey Club
Sicamous District Recreation Center
Sicamous BC
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The Sicamous Eagles Junior Hockey Club offers an elite junior experience that allows players to develop into leading, character hockey players on the ice as well as proud community minded citizens off the ice. They are recruited by the very best Canadian junior hockey leagues including the BCHL, AJHL and the Western Hockey League. Quite simply, it's our team and it's our tradition!

The Basics


As a non-profit organization, the Eagles hockey club consists of many activities within the organization including support staff, programming, volunteers, billet parents as well as corporate sponsors who all play an essential role in providing our players with a first class experience and atmosphere in which to play junior hockey. As our coaching and player development staff begin another exciting season in the KIJHL, they feel strongly committed to a template for success that will make the Eagles an extremely attractive place for players to begin and develop their junior hockey career.

Room & Board

All out-of-town players are provided with room and board. Players are placed in carefully selected homes and these families are generally involved in some aspect of our Club. They take great interest in the player on and off the ice. During winter months many local businesses assist players with part-time jobs that fit within the other time demands of practice, school and road/home games.

Hockey Equipment

The hockey club covers many of the expenses incurred during the year including meals on road trips. The team also provides equipment and supplies such as helmets, pants, gloves, sweater and socks as well as the sticks and tape for each player.


The KIJHL is going into it's 40th year of operation and a lot has happened since the first puck was dropped back in September of 1967.  It was the start of the West Kootenay Junior Hockey League. Castlegar, Trail, Rossland, Grand Forks and Nelson were the first teams. The first season saw the Trail Jr. Smoke Eaters win the league, and advance to the BC Championship. The Eagles joined the KIJHL in 1994.

There are currently 16 teams in four divisions that play a 52 game regular season schedule.

Special Things To Know

Sicamous Hockey School

The District of Sicamous in partnership with the Sicamous Eagles welcomes hockey players of all abilities, ages 7 to 15. The primary focus of each one week camp will be on skill development, speed and conditioning. All on ice and off ice curriculums are professionally prepared and designed to elevate the play of each individual. It includes:

  • Three (3) hours of daily ice time
  • Off ice athletic activities
  • Classroom and lecture sessions
  • Professional Staff
  • NHL & Jr. hockey instructors
  • Camp jersey & game


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