|19 Sept.||Cariboo Cougars||Valley West Hawks||3:30 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|20 Sept.||Cariboo Cougars||Valley West Hawks||12:30 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|26 Sept.||Vancouver NE Chiefs||Cariboo Cougars||9:30 AM||Richmond Oval #2|
|27 Sept.||Vancouver NE Chiefs||Cariboo Cougars||8:30 AM||Richmond Oval #1|
|3 Oct.||Cariboo Cougars||Greater Vancouver Canadians||7:15 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|4 Oct.||Cariboo Cougars||Greater Vancouver Canadians||8:15 AM||CN Centre|
|10 Oct.||North Island Silvertips||Cariboo Cougars||4:45 PM||Frank Crane Arena|
|11 Oct.||North Island Silvertips||Cariboo Cougars||8:00 AM||Frank Crane Arena|
|17 Oct.||Thompson Blazers||Cariboo Cougars||7:30 PM||McArthur Island- NHL|
|18 Oct.||Thompson Blazers||Cariboo Cougars||1:30 PM||McArthur Island- Olympic|
|24 Oct.||Cariboo Cougars||South Island Royals||7:15 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|25 Oct.||Cariboo Cougars||South Island Royals||9:15 AM||Prince George Kin #1|
|31 Oct.||Kootenay Ice||Cariboo Cougars||7:00 PM||NDCC|
|1 Nov.||Kootenay Ice||Cariboo Cougars||10:00 AM||NDCC|
|7 Nov.||Cariboo Cougars||Fraser Valley Thunderbirds||7:15 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|8 Nov.||Cariboo Cougars||Fraser Valley Thunderbirds||9:15 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|14 Nov.||Cariboo Cougars||Vancouver Northwest Giants||7:15 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|15 Nov.||Cariboo Cougars||Vancouver Northwest Giants||9:15 AM||Prince George Kin #1|
|28 Nov.||Cariboo Cougars||Okanagan Rockets||4:30 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|29 Nov.||Cariboo Cougars||Okanagan Rockets||9:15 Am||Prince George Kin #1|
|5 Dec.||Cariboo Cougars||Thompson Blazers||7:15 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|6 Dec.||Cariboo Cougars||Thompson Blazers||9:15 AM||Prince George Kin #1|
|12 Dec.||Cariboo Cougars||North Island Silvertips||7:15 AM||Prince George Kin #1|
|13 Dec.||Cariboo Cougars||North Island Silvertips||9:15 AM||Prince George Kin #1|
|19 Dec.||Greater Vancouver Canadians||Cariboo Cougars||4:45 PM||Richmond Oval #2|
|20 Dec||Greater Vancouver Canadians||Cariboo Cougars||10:00 AM||Rchmond Oval #2|
|9 Jan||Cariboo Cougars||Vancouver Northeast Chiefs||4:30 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|10 Jan||Cariboo Cougars||Vancouver Northeast Chiefs||9:15 AM||Prince George Kin #1|
|16 Jan||South Island Royals||Cariboo Cougars||SOFMC|
|17 Jan||South Island Royals||Cariboo Cougars|
|23 Jan||Valley West Hawks||Cariboo Cougars||9:30 AM||Richmond Oval #2|
|24 Jan||Valley West Hawks||Cariboo Cougars||8:30 AM||Richmond Oval #1|
|30 Jan||Cariboo Cougars||Kootenay Ice||7:15 PM||Prince George Kin #1|
|31 Jan||Cariboo Cougars||Kootenay Ice||9:15 Am||Prince George Kin #1|
|6 Feb||Fraser Valley Thunderbirds||Cariboo Cougars||1:45 PM||CIR|
|7 Feb||Fraser Valley Thunderbirds||Cariboo Cougars||1:15 PM||CIR|
|13 Feb||Vancouver Northwest Giants||Cariboo Cougars||5:00 PM||NSWC|
|14 Feb||Vancouver Northwest Giants||Cariboo Cougars||9:45 AM||NSWC|
|27 Feb||Okanagan Rockets||Cariboo Cougars||3:00 PM||Kelowna- CNC|
|28 Feb||Okanagan Rockets||Cariboo Cougars||10:00 AM||Kelowna- CNC|
MML Championship Quarter Finals will take place on March 4-6.
MML Championship Semi-Finals will take place from March 11-13.
MML Championship Finals will be played from March 18-20.
Last Updated on Thursday, 27 August 2015 18:40
It's that time of year again!
Several Cougars are off to their respective Junior A and WHL camps.
C/LW Justin Almeida and D-man Joel Patsey won't be travelling too far, as they get ready to take on the Prince George Cougars camp.
Forwards Riley Coish and Chase Dubois and Defencemen Kolton Carpenter and Jesse Pomeroy are on the ice tonight as Spruce Kings camp gets underway at the Coliseum.
Whitehorse product Alex Hanson will check out the lower mainland scene with the Coquitlam Express, while Colton Thomas will travel to Seattle for Thunderbirds camp.
Seattle picked Thomas in the 8th round of the 2013 Bantam Draft.
Brendan Moore and Steven Jandric are Okanagan bound; Moore will participate in the Kelowna Rockets camp, and Jandric will be with the Vernon Vipers.
Darren Hards is off to Surrey after committing to the Eagles earlier this year.
Captain Austin Gray and Conor MacEachern are going to Head Coach Trevor Sprauge's old stomping grounds in Portland with the Winterhawks.
Goaltenders Griffin Outhouse and Dorrin Sekikawa-Luding will suit up for their respective WHL camps.
Outhouse will skate in Victoria, where he signed a WHL Standard Player Agreement last year.
Luding is eastward bound with the Blades, who drafted him in the 3rd round, 66th overall in the 2014 WHL Bantam draft.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 August 2015 03:33
The Minnesota Wild has locked in one of their last outstanding free agents in forward Brett Bulmer.
The Cougars alum has been locked in to a one year, two-way contract.
Bulmer spent last season with the Iowa Wild of the AHL, posting 16 points (4G, 12A), and 50 PIMs in 53 games.
The 6'4, 212-pound PG native has 14 NHL games with the Wild under his belt, but only 3 assists to show for the effort.
Bulmer was called up for five contests in 2013/2014, but didn't get the opportunity last season.
Injuries may have hampered the forward's performance, from a leg injury in 2010 to a knee injury GM Chuck Fletcher called 'significant' in 2014.
He was drafted by Minnesota in the second round, 39th overall, in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
Bulmer was a standout in his Cougars career, with 102 points (48G, 54A), over two season (2007-2009).
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 August 2015 16:11
Chase Witala is the latest Cariboo Cougar alumni to forge an NHL connection.
The 20-year-old winger has earned an invite to the Dallas Stars rookie camp after being passed over in his draft year.
The PG product put up 18 goals and 22 assists for 38 points in 38 games with Cariboo in the '10/'11 season, and was drafted to the Prince George Cougars in the fifth round of the 2010 Bantam Draft.
Since then, he has produced steadily increasing numbers with the Prince George Cougars, and represented Canada at the World-U17 challenge.
'14/'15 saw Witala patch on the 'A', lead his team in goals (38), rank second in points (69), and recieve the Dorothy Johnson Memorial Award, as voted by fans.
Cougars GM Todd Harkins says Witala's invite to the NHL camp sends a message to other players passed over in the draft.
Witala will board a plane for Traverse City on September 9th, where he will compete in the NHL Propsects Tournament.
Last Updated on Monday, 17 August 2015 00:36
The Cougars are proud to announce Media Director Adam Donnelly is moving on to a new job with CFJC News in Kamloops.
Adam was a fixture in Prince George as a cameraman with CKPG news.
Cougars Head Coach Trevor Sprague released the following statement earlier today:
"On behalf of the Cariboo Cougars, I just want to wish Adam Donnelly all the best as he moves back to Kamloops to further his career in media. Adam had a big job as our Media Director; from the social media end of things, online play-by-play, game day set-up, and much more. He'll be missed! Adam played a huge part in moving the Cariboo Cougars forward, and helping to promote our team and what we stand for here in Northern BC. Thanks, and we wish you only success in your future endeavours."
Moving forward, Sprague has announced Cami Kepke will fill the void.
"The Cariboo Cougars would like to welcome our new Media Director, Cami Kepke. Cami comes to us with a wealth of experience at various levels of hockey, including the KIJHL, AJHL, ACAC, Mac's Tournament, Alberta Cup, and Hockey Canada. She currently works for Vista Radio here in the north, and we are sure this opportunity to work with the Cougars will be an exciting addition to her career. The foundation has been laid for continued growth and success thanks to the hard work of all of our media staff, past and present. Cami's passion for the game, and vision for moving the Cariboo Cougars forward is just what we're looking for as we get ready to host the 2017 Telus Cup. Welcome to the team, Cami!"
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 August 2015 19:43