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U15 AAA Canadians Win 5-2 and Lose 4-2 vs. South Island 

The U15 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians split a pair of games against the South Island Royals this weekend, winning the Saturday contest before dropping the finale on Sunday.

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U17 AAA Canadians Score 21 Goals in Weekend Victories Over U17 AAA Silvertips

It was a triumphant weekend at the Alberni Valley Multiplex in Port Alberni for the U17 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians, as they outscored the hometown North Island Silvertips by a combined score of 21-1 over two games.

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K. P. Wee

U18 AAA Canadians Work Overtime to Sweep North Island at the Oval

The U18 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians continued their winning ways this weekend (October 16-17), taking two games from the visiting North Island Silvertips at the Richmond Olympic Oval to extend their winning streak to three. Both games against North Island ended 3-2 in overtime.

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K. P. Wee

U15 AAA Canadians Finish Fourth in U15 AAA Invitational; Vancouver NW Hawks Take Tournament Championship 

The U15 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians were one of nine U15 AAA BCEHL teams to participate in the U15 AAA Invitational Tournament held at the Richmond Olympic Oval this Thanksgiving weekend. Over the four-day tournament (October 8-11), GVC overcame a slow start to wind up with a 3-3-0 record heading into the bronze medal game and a fourth-place finish.

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K. P. Wee

U17 AAA Canadians Split Series in Kelowna 

The U17 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians showed some resilience in earning a split against the Okanagan Rockets at the Capital News Centre in Kelowna this weekend (October 9-10), coming back to win the second game after dropping the opener.

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K. P. Wee

U18 AAA Canadians Erupt for 8 Goals in Weekend Series vs. Rockets

The U18 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians split their weekend series (October 9-10) against the visiting Okanagan Rockets at the Richmond Olympic Oval, losing 3-1 on Saturday before rebounding for a 7-0 triumph on Sunday.

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K. P. Wee

GVC 2021-2022 Team Apparel

We will be selling the following team apparel for the 2021-2022 Season.

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Justine Cheng

U18 AAA Canadians Earn Split Weekend Series vs. U18 AAA Thunderbirds

The U18 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians earned a split in their home-and-home series with the Fraser Valley Thunderbirds this weekend (October 2-3), bouncing back nicely on Sunday in Abbotsford after dropping the opening contest at home on Saturday.

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K. P. Wee

U15AAA Canadians Collect Three Points in Weekend Series in Prince George

The U15 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians, coming off a championship at the Bauer AAA Ice Breaker Tournament last weekend, opened their 2021-22 regular-season BCEHL schedule by splitting a pair of games against the Cariboo Cougars this weekend (October 2-3) at the Kin Centre in Prince George.

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K. P. Wee

GVC U17 AAA Sweeps Thunderbirds to Open 2021-22 Season

The U17 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians opened the 2021-22 BCEHL season by sweeping Fraser Valley in a home-and-home series, outscoring the Thunderbirds 11-5 over the weekend.

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K. P. Wee

U17AAA Head Coach Update - Kyle Spencer

We are pleased that we have Kyle Spencer joining the GVC U17AAA program as the new Head Coach.

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Justine Cheng

GVC U18 AAA Splits Season-Opening Series vs. VNW Hawks

The U18 AAA Greater Vancouver Canadians split their season-opening, home-and-home series with the Vancouver North West Hawks as the B.C. Elite Hockey League began its 2021-22 campaign this past weekend (September 25-26).

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K. P. Wee

U15 AAA Canadians Capture Championship at Bauer AAA Ice Breaker Weekend Tournament

The Greater Vancouver Canadians U15 AAA boys opened the 2021-22 season in style this past weekend (September 24-26), going a perfect 6-0—winning three round-robin games and three playoff contests—to capture the Bauer AAA Ice Breaker Tournament championship at the Summit Centre in Abbotsford, B.C.

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K. P. Wee

Drive Hockey Analytics pilot partnership for 2021/22 season

Drive Hockey Analytics and the Greater Vancouver Canadians AAA zone program have reached a pilot partnership agreement for the 2021/22 season.

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Justine Cheng

2021-2022 Athletic Trainer Positions Available

We are looking for three (3) athletic trainers for our teams during the 2021-2022 season.

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Justine Cheng

2021-2022 Coaching & Staff Opportunities

We are now accepting applications for all coaching and support staff positions for all three (3) GVC teams for 2021-2022.

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Justine Cheng

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T-Birds Fall in Overtime
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Portland Spoils Home Opener
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Seattle acquires Eric Van Impe from Medicine Hat
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Thunderbirds Rally Past Portland on Opening Night
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Moncton Thunderbirds Begin New Chapter for 2020-21

 

The Moncton Midget AAA Thunderbirds are ready to take flight, as the team prepares for the 2020-21 season.

 

The Thunderbirds took a leave of absence for one year from the Nova Scotia Minor Midget Hockey League (www.nsmmaaahl.ca) in order to reset things and prepare for the 2020-21 season.  With the cancellation of the remainder of the 2019-20 Hockey Season, we feel the time is right to announce details of our program for the upcoming season. 

 

Under the guidance of the Moncton Rallye Motors Nissan Flyers, the Thunderbirds are looking to establish a Program of Excellence that will allow 15- and 16-year-old players an opportunity to develop their skills which will provide them the opportunity to move on to the next level, as well be the main feeder system for the Flyers. We saw that with some of our players from our 1st season, with Nicholas Sheehan (QMJHL 91st overall pick – Moncton Wildcats) suiting up for the Flyers and being selected as Top Goalie Tandem for the 2019-20 season.  Other alumni such as Nicholas Donovan, Lucas Burrows, Nick St-Pierre with the RHS Royals, Maxime Doiron and Alexandre Richard with MM Matadors, Nathanial Dryden and Thomas Johnson with BMHS Highlanders, Julien LeBlanc with the CC Cavaliers all had very successful seasons.

 

n order to be a successful organization, it takes Strong, Committed and Competent Leadership.  We believe that we have found that in our coaching staff for the coming season.  Along with the leadership and guidance from the Moncton Rallye Motors Nissan Flyers, the Thunderbirds are pleased to announce the following members of our coaching staff:

 

Head Coach – Todd Bursey

Assistant Coach – Gene Mitton

 

With the experience and guidance that these gentlemen bring to the rink, the Thunderbirds program is in excellent hands.

 

The team will open training camp in the later part of August, beginning of September.  Dates and tryout information will be available in the coming weeks. 

 

The team will begin play in mid-September along with the 8 other members of the NSMMHL.   The season will consist of a 36-game schedule, as well the team will participate in some tournaments through the course of the season, with the highlight being the Monctonian “AAA” Challenge in November.

 

Information and registration forms for the upcoming Moncton Flyers / Moncton Thunderbirds Spring ID Camp and Summer Conditioning Camp are available on the Flyers website at www.monctonaaaflyers.ca

 

For further information, please contact Denis Sheehan, Director of Hockey Operations for the Thunderbirds or Blair Brooks, President of the Moncton Rallye Motors Nissan Major Midget Flyers.  

 

Denis Sheehan                                                                                                  Blair Brooks

506-866-7856                                                                                                     506-866-2442

[email protected]                                                                           [email protected]

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2021-2022 Roster

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GOALTENDERS
#29 Toby Bell (G) 18 2003 Summit, NJ, USA 180 68 L
#43 Nicholas Hansen (G) 17 2004 Seoul, KOR 180 77 L
DEFENSEMEN
#22 Kinyon Carter (D) 18 2003 Sandy, UT, USA 180 75 L
#27 Hunter Cooke (D) 18 2003 195 86 L
#4 Ty Doan (D) 17 2003 Centennial, CO, USA 178 84 L
#8 Garrett Veyna (D) 16 2004 Denver, CO, USA 188 75 R
#16 Landon Weimer (D) 18 2003 Evergreen, CO, USA - - -
FORWARDS
#5 Josh Coderre (F) 17 2004 - - -
#13 Pavol Horkulic (F) 17 2004 Portland, OR, USA 183 70 L
#49 Chris Kennedy (F) 17 2003 Eagle River, AK, USA 195 100 R
#10 Logan Kislesky (F) 17 2004 - - -
#17 Bennett Koupal (F) 18 2003 Sioux Falls, SD, USA 178 70 L
#72 Marius Krasauskas (F/D) 17 2003 Denver, CO, USA 187 77 R
#12 Chase Leivian (F/D) 17 2004 Arvada, CO, USA 180 87 L
#9 Jack O'Rourke (F) 17 2004 Louisville, CO, USA 175 75 L
#23 Mason Rudrud (F) 17 2004 Vail, CO, USA 185 79 R
#24 Roman Templeton (F) 17 2004 Commerce City, CO, USA - - -

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