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Surrey Eagles goalie Mario Cavaliere has been named the BCHL Player of the Week for the week ending Jan. 14, the league announced Monday. Cavaliere got his first two BCHL starts this weekend and earned shutouts in both contests, stopping all 72 shots he f...

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The Eagles had their sights set on moving up given the tight proximity of the top three teams in the Mainland Division, and they did exactly that. Given Friday’s performance of Cavaliere two days prior managing a shutout over the Rivermen one should exp...

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Photo courtesy of Damon James Three games in a span of three day’s can and for most teams takes its toll, but managing to pull out a pair of games can be rewarding, especially when the team is in the hunt for a playoff spot. The Eagles traveled to Coqui...

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Two short days following the ever dreaded trade deadline the Eagles are back in business putting display one of their three newest members acquired from Georgetown. Remembering that prior to Christmas the team hosted the annual “Teddy Bear Toss” this ...

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With the BCHL trade deadline passing Wednesday, January 10th at 8 PM, the Surrey Eagles were a busy team – bringing three players in and moving three players out. In total, general manager Blaine Neufeld completed three trades, signed one player, an...

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Prior to Wednesday’s junior-hockey trade deadline, Surrey Eagles general manager Blaine Neufeld said his team would be a ‘buyer’ in an attempt to bolster the BC Hockey League team down the stretch and into the playoffs. He wasn’t kidding. Prior ...

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This story originally appeared in the Surrey Now-Leader by Tom Zillich Forget teddy bears, hockey fans will be tossing underwear and socks on the ice during a Surrey Eagles game this Friday (Jan. 12). It’s “Underwear and Sock Toss” night at the BC...

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The Surrey Eagles started the new year off right last week, winning two of their first three games of 2018 – though their most recent victory came only as a result of a last-minute comeback. On Sunday afternoon at South Surrey Arena, the Eagles edged th...

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The last time that the Eagles played against Trail was in September at the BCHL Showcase weekend in Chilliwack that saw the Smoke Eaters control the game as well as skate away with 2 points. Playing on home ice and with it being Olympic size, one would as...

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Photo courtesy Garrett James Entering the game see’s the Rivermen holding down first spot in the Mainland Division with 48 points through 39 games, while the Eagles currently sit in 3rd with 42s points through 37 games. Surrey has two games in hand and ...