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Campbell River Storm

junior hockey Club

A Junior hockey team based in Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada. Members of the North Division of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL).

The Campbell River Storm began play at the Rod Brind’Amour Arena in the 1997-98 regular season and went on to capture the Brent Patterson Memorial Trophy as VIJHL Playoff Champions in their first season. They went on to win the championship seven times in a row, before reaching the league finals in the following two seasons. With their most recent title, the Storm now hold the record for most VIJHL Championships captured with 10 in 21 seasons.

The Storm have played in 12 Cyclone Taylor Cup Championship tournaments, winning in 1999 and in 2015. The Storm have medaled in three of the last five seasons, winning Gold (2015, Mission), Silver (2017, Creston) and Bronze (2016, Victoria) and were most recently the host team for the 2019 Cyclone Taylor Cup. In 2014/15, the Storm made history by becoming the first VIJHL team to win the Keystone Cup as Western Canadian Junior B champions.

STANDINGS

NORTHWLOTLSOLPTS
Campbell River Storm3481170
Comox Valley Glacier Kings27151156
Oceanside Generals24145053
Lake Cowichan Kraken14270230
Port Alberni Bombers8341118
Nanaimo Buccaneers142002
SOUTHWLOTLSOLPTS
Victoria Cougars32111066
Saanich Predators30121162
Westshore Wolves27143158
Kerry Park Islanders26180052
Peninsula Panthers19231140

Campbell River Storm

JUNIORHOCKEY

Campbell River Storm Junior Hockey

CAMPS

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RECRUITING

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ROSTER

The official 2023-24 Roster for the Campbell River Storm, Junior hockey Club. Campbell River, BC, Canada

STATS

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