Cowichan Capitals

Cowichan Valley Capitals graduating 20-year-olds stand with their coaches at the team’s annual awards banquet on March 13. From left: assistant coach Dan Whiteford, Ben Verrall, head coach Bob Beatty, Lane Michasiw, Mitch Skapski, Josh Owings, Ayden MacDonald, Chris Harpur, assistant coach Rob DeClark. Klaus Maier/KJ Graphico

Cowichan Capitals honour their best of 2016-17

Goalie Lane Michasiw leads the way with three awards at hockey team’s banquet

 

Capitals defenceman Sean Driscoll hangs his head in dejection after the Powell River Kings scored in overtime to eliminate his team from the BCHL postseason on Wednesday night.

Cowichan Capitals’ season ends in sudden-death heartbreak

A powerplay goal on a controversial penalty put an end to the Cowichan Valley Capitals’ season on Wednesday night.

 

Cowichan forward John Sladic had three assists as the Capitals lost the first two games of their BCHL playoff series against the Powell River Kings.

Cowichan Capitals set to bounce back as playoff series moves to Island Savings Centre

The Cowichan Valley Capitals are in tough after dropping the first two games of their best-of-seven playoff series on the road.

 

Midget A Cowichan Capitals determined to bounce back in Island championship series

The midget A Cowichan Valley Capitals lost the opening game of their best-of-three Island championship series

Cowichan affiliate player Reid Irwin gathers the puck in the offensive zone during the Capitals' 3-1 loss to the Salmon Arm Silverbacks on Wednesday night.

Cowichan Capitals fall to Hogg, Ayre and Silverbacks.

One former Cowichan Valley Capitals player set up another for the winning goal as the Salmon Arm Silverbacks beat the Caps 3-1.

Cowichan affiliate player Reid Irwin gathers the puck in the offensive zone during the Capitals' 3-1 loss to the Salmon Arm Silverbacks on Wednesday night.
The midget A Cowichan Valley Capitals are headed for the Island championship series against Peninsula.

Midget A Cowichan Valley Capitals bound for Island final

The Capitals got past Oceanside in the do-or-die crossover semifinal last Saturday, and are on to the Island midget A championships.

The midget A Cowichan Valley Capitals are headed for the Island championship series against Peninsula.
Forward Justin Perron scored two goals for the Caps in their loss to Nanaimo on Tuesday.

Penalties lead to Cowichan Capitals’ downfall against Clippers

Untimely infractions undid the Cowichan Valley Capitals as they lost 5-4 in a big game against the Nanaimo Clippers on Tuesday night.

Forward Justin Perron scored two goals for the Caps in their loss to Nanaimo on Tuesday.
The Cowichan Special Olympics team scores against the Caps during last year’s fundraiser.

Capitals join Cowichan Special Olympics for floor hockey showdown

The Cowichan Valley Special Olympics floor hockey team will be taking on the Cowichan Valley Capitals.

  • Feb 8, 2017
The Cowichan Special Olympics team scores against the Caps during last year’s fundraiser.
Cowichan forward Ty Pochipinski (16) takes on Wenatchee’s Brendan Harris during the Wild’s 5-0 win over the Caps at the Island Savings Centre on Saturday.

No use panicking, says Cowichan Capitals’ Beatty

Losses to the last-place team in the Island Division and the top team in the BCHL ran the Capitals’ losing streak to seven games.

Cowichan forward Ty Pochipinski (16) takes on Wenatchee’s Brendan Harris during the Wild’s 5-0 win over the Caps at the Island Savings Centre on Saturday.
Capitals defenceman Marshall Skapski bolts out of the Cowichan end during Sunday’s 5-0 shutout of the Coquitlam Express. Skapski finished the game with one assist

Shutout gets Cowichan Capitals back on track

A home game against the team with the worst record in the League was just what the Caps needed to snap out of a post-holiday slump.

Capitals defenceman Marshall Skapski bolts out of the Cowichan end during Sunday’s 5-0 shutout of the Coquitlam Express. Skapski finished the game with one assist
Cowichan Valley Capitals goalie Lane Michasiw braces to make one of his 38 saves in Wednesday night’s shutout performance.

Michasiw is perfect as Cowichan Capitals down Alberni Bulldogs

Lane Michasiw stopped all 38 shots he faced as the Cowichan Valley Capitals shut out the Alberni Valley Bulldogs 2-0 on Wednesday night.

Cowichan Valley Capitals goalie Lane Michasiw braces to make one of his 38 saves in Wednesday night’s shutout performance.