The Princeton Posse Junior Hockey Club has made some changes to their league schedule for the upcoming weekend. The club will no longer be hosting the 100 Mile House Wranglers in Princeton for their scheduled game on Friday, November 26. The two clubs have agreed on a neutral site game to be hosted in Logan […]
Due to some extreme weather that has resulted in flooding within the Princeton and surrounding area, tonights game with the Kelowna Chiefs has been postponed. A new date for the game will be announced in the future.
The Princeton Posse continue to add to the new look Hockey Operations staff with the hiring of Dakota Mason as the club’s Associate Coach. Dakota will join the newly hired Head Coach Mark Readman behind the bench for the 2021-22 season. “We are thrilled to welcome Dakota to the Posse organization. He has a diverse […]
The Princeton Posse are excited to announce the acquisition of defenseman Elijah Havers from the Castlegar Rebels. The KIJHL veteran will be suiting up for his third team in Princeton following 57 games with the Castlegar and 28 games with the Osoyoos Coyotes. “Elijah will be a strong addition to our roster. He is a […]
The Princeton Posse Junior Hockey Club are pleased to announce the addition of Mark Readman as the new Head Coach and Assistant General Manager of the club as part of a significant restructuring of hockey operations staff. Previous Head Coach, Mark McNaughton will continue steering the Posse’s hockey operations as General Manager while the addition […]
Michael Garteig is an alum of the Princeton Posse, having played for the Posse in the 2008-09 season. He moved onto the B.C. Hockey League playing for the Powell River Kings and won a Junior A national championship with the Penticton Vees in 2011-12. The KIJHL connected with him over Zoom to talk about playing […]
2004 Posse Forward makes his BCHL debut with the Merritt Centennials versus the Prince George Spruce Kings. Luke joined the Merritt Centennials prior to the club joining the Chilliwack Pod for the BCHL’s season restart.
The ACHA Men’s National Championships will have a lot of Posse flavour as 7 alumni battle for the tournament championship. University of Jamestown Division 1: Jordan Popoff Quin Garrison Jaysen MacLean Missouri State University Division 1: Bailey Stephens Terrance Josephson Minot State University Division 1: Drew Carter Liberty University Division 2: Charlie Wilkie
The former Posse Captain and all-time games played leader will join former teammate, Terrance Josephson with the ACHA Division 1, Missouri State Ice Bears for the 2021-22 season. Brusse, a Whistler, B.C. product, amassed 24 goals and 70 assists in his 192 games on the Princeton blueline from 2016-2020.