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BCHL 2024-25 Regular Season Schedule

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For the most part hockey has finally come to a conclusion with an exciting final which still has some skeptics thinking it was rigged, but what do they know?

Now we are hearing that the BCHL recently released the 2024-25 regular-season schedule that now includes the five Alberta teams that will have the 21 teams play 54 games each for a total of 567 league games in the regular season.

The 2024-25 schedule includes 91 per cent prime night games on Fridays, Saturdays or team-preferred holiday dates.

“2024-25 is set to be a monumental season for the BCHL, in more ways than one,” said Commissioner Steven Cocker. “The full integration of our five new members, soon-to-be-announced event alliances and an elite group of incoming athletes are going to set the stage for an incredible year.”

“2023-24 saw league attendance increase by 8.1 per cent year-over-year and, with our amount of prime-night games hitting a historic high, we expect continued excitement in BCHL communities.”

The current schedule does not include exhibition games, BCHL Showcase games or Road Show event games, all of which will be announced in the coming weeks.

League Format

As previously announced in the BCHL’s Annual General Meeting recap, the league will have a new configuration this year with the addition of the Alberta teams.

Coastal ConferenceInterior Conference
Coastal WestCoastal EastInterior WestInterior East
Alberni ValleyChilliwackPentictonBlackfalds
Cowichan ValleyCoquitlamSalmon ArmBrooks
Powell RiverPrince GeorgeVernonOkotoks
VictoriaSurreyWest KelownaSherwood Park
   Spruce Grove

The BCHL will continue with its existing playoff structure with the first seed in each conference playing the eighth seed in the first round, the second playing the seventh seed, and so on. Five teams will not make the playoffs – two from the Coastal and three from the Interior.

Important Dates

  • Sep. 20: Opening night
  • Sep. 20: First Alberta vs. B.C. matchup – Penticton Vees @ Spruce Grove Saints
  • Oct. 13-17: BCHL Showcase (location TBA)
  • Jan. 17-18: All-Star Weekend (location TBA)
  • Feb. 15-16: BCHL Road Show (location and teams TBA)
  • March 30: Regular season ends

Click here to view the full 2024-25 schedule.


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