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Hockey legend Theoren Fleury to speak at Chilliwack Sports Dinner

Hockey legend Theoren Fleury has a fascinating and inspirational story, and he’ll be telling it in Chilliwack on Nov. 22.

The Chilliwack Sports Hall of Fame is bringing the former National Hockey League star to town this November.

Fleury will be the keynote speaker at the 2018 Chilliwack Sports Hall of Fame Dinner, which will be held Nov. 22 at the Tzeachten Hall (45855 Promontory Road). 

Tickets are $125 or $1,000 for a table of eight. They are on sale as of 6 am, Wed, Sept 5. 793-6340 on Eventbrite. Get tickets here.

A Stanley Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist on the […]

By |September 5th, 2018|News|0 Comments|

Chilliwack Sports Dinner tickets selling fast

Limited tickets are still available for the Chilliwack Sports Dinner, October 27th at Squiala Hall, presented by Royal LePage Wheeler Cheam Realty.

Renowned sports personality Squire Barnes will be hosting a roundtable discussion featuring Vancouver Canucks’ general manager Jim Benning, BC Lions’ general manager and head coach Wally Buono, and Vancouver Whitecaps’ president Bob Lenarduzzi. As part of the evening’s agenda, Chilliwack Chiefs legend Harvey Smyl and two-time Ultimate Frisbee world champion Lara Mussell-Savage will be inducted into the Chilliwack Sports Hall of Fame.

You will have a chance to bid on exclusive meet & greet prize packages with the Whitecaps, Lions […]

By |October 13th, 2016|News|0 Comments|

Squire Barnes to host Chilliwack Sports Dinner

Squire Barnes will host this fall’s first annual Chilliwack Sports Dinner presented by Royal LePage.

The popular Global TV sports anchor returns to Chilliwack and a role he’s familiar with.

Barnes hosted several sports banquets when the Western Hockey League’s Chilliwack Bruins were here, moderating round-table discussions that included Harry Sinden, Brian Burke, Glen Sather, Trevor Linden, Ron McLean, Jim Robson and Jim Hughson.

This year he’ll share the stage with Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning, BC Lions GM/head coach Wally Buono and Vancouver Whitecaps president Bobby Lenarduzzi.

“Squire is engaging, witty and knowledgeable and the perfect guy to draw stories out […]

By |September 13th, 2016|News|0 Comments|

RBC Cup Chilliwack 2018 reveals event logo, motto

Earlier today, the Host Committee for the 2018 RBC Cup in Chilliwack unveiled its new event logo and motto, Lets’emót.

Featuring the traditional blue and gold branding of the Royal Bank as used in previous RBC Cup championships, Hockey Canada provided the logo to the Host Committee with Chilliwack, BC proudly displayed below it. Downtown Chilliwack BIA executive director Kyle Williams and local First Nations artist Bonnie Graham-Krulicki worked to include the motto for the Chilliwack 2018 event in a beautiful script font that would represent the partnerships being formed through the event.
“Lets’emót is a traditional Halq’eméylem word that means […]

By |September 13th, 2016|News|0 Comments|

Hall of Fame reveals class of 2016

The Chilliwack Sports Hall of Fame welcomes two new members this October.
The inductees will be honored guests at the first annual Chilliwack Sports Dinner presented by Royal LePage, taking place Oct. 27 at the Squiala Hall.
They’ll be officially inducted the following night at a Chilliwack Chiefs game at Prospera Centre.

A legendary coach and a champion for women in sport headline the Chilliwack Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2016.
Lara Mussell Savage will be inducted as an athlete. A two-time world champion in Ultimate Frisbee, the Sto:lo Native was twice named BC’s top female Aboriginal athlete.
In 2005, Mussell Savage went a step further, […]

Buono, Benning and Lenarduzzi to headline Chilliwack Sports Dinner

The general managers of Vancouver’s three major professional sports teams will be under one roof in Chilliwack Oct. 27.

The first annual Chilliwack Sports Dinner presented by Royal LePage will include a round-table discussion with  Vancouver Canucks general manager Jim Benning, BC Lions head coach/GM Wally Buono and Vancouver Whitecaps president Bob Lenarduzzi.

“Having these three in the same room telling stories, with all they have done, will make for an amazing experience,” says Stuart Muxlow, owner of Wheeler Cheam Royal LePage, the title sponsor of this event. “Any sports enthusiast would jump at an opportunity to listen to these guys speak.”

Royal […]

Thanks for the love, Promontory Heights Elementary!

In the 2015-2016 Chilliwack Chiefs season, the Chilliwack Sports Hall of Fame (CSHOF) provided game tickets to students at Promontory Heights Elementary School in Chilliwack through the Chilliwack Chiefs’ Adopt A School program. At a recent school assembly, CSHOF president Eric Welsh was on hand to receive this very cool surprise from the school. Thanks for the love, Promontory Elementary!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To learn more about the Chiefs’ Adopt A School program, visit: http://www.chilliwackchiefs.net/adopt-a-school-program

Chiefs offer special thank you for fans continued support

By |April 11th, 2016|News|0 Comments|

Covey’s fingerprints all over local sports scene

The Chilliwack Sports Hall of Fame welcomes its Class of 2015 this weekend.
The induction ceremony will be held during the first period intermission of the Saturday night Chilliwack Chiefs game vs Prince George.
Jack Covey is being honoured as an inductee in the Judy Fitzsimmons Builder Category.
Here is his story.

Whenever Jack Covey drives down Hocking Avenue and sees a full parking lot at the YMCA building, a little smile comes across his face.
“How that started, that’s always a story,” he says with a grin.
In the early 1960s Covey was already getting involved in the local sports scene as part of a volunteer […]

By |November 13th, 2015|Inductees|0 Comments|

Provincial hockey champs reunited for Hall of Fame induction night

More than two decades have passed since a Chilliwack hockey squad won this city’s one and only midget AAA provincial title.
To Derek Cranfield and his teammates, it feels like a lifetime ago since they dispatched Cowichan 7-1 to hoist the trophy.
But when Cranfield, one of the goalies on that 1993-94 team, starts reminiscing the memories flood back.

“It’s the way that we came together that stands out to me,” Cranfield recalls. “The cohesiveness and the bond we all had, playing for that one goal. That’s the way our group was and what I still remember all these years later.”
Chilliwack’s midget […]

By |November 10th, 2015|Inductees|0 Comments|