Hiring – General Manager & Head Coach

Position Overview: The Princeton Posse Junior Hockey Club is seeking a dynamic and knowledgeable individual to serve as Head Coach & General Manager for our organization. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading the development and execution of our team’s on-ice performance, player advancement, as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations and management of […]

GM & Head Coach Mark Readman Moving On

After three impactful seasons, the Princeton Posse announces the departure of General Manager and Head Coach Mark Readman. Coach Readman’s leadership fostered an environment of growth, culminating in back-to-back regular season titles and commendable playoff runs that saw the Posse in the League Finals in 2023 and Conference Finals in 2024. The Posse community extends […]

Most Sportsmanlike Player: Tyson Horiachka

  This week the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League will announce its overall award winners in seven categories – Most Valuable Player, Top Scorer, Top Defenceman, Top Goaltender, Rookie of the Year, Most Sportsmanlike Player and Coach of the Year.  Next is the Most Sportsmanlike Player – Tyson Horiachka from the Princeton Posse. Horiachka is […]

The KIJHL Notebook: Standout player performances

  The Kimberley Dynamiters are back to work, getting ready to compete for the 2024 Mowatt Cup, which they host April 18 to 21. “This month hasn’t been much fun for the guys,” says Dynamiters head coach-general manager Derek Stuart. “Our practices have been focused on competing, battling drills and conditioning as we’ve hit the […]

Skarsen, Sterling-Ponech & Hawco named KIJHL 3 Stars

    Ben Skarsen (Fernie Ghostriders), Grady Sterling-Ponech (Princeton Posse) and Joey Hawco (Princeton Posse) have been selected the Hudl Instat Kootenay International Junior Hockey League 3 Stars of the Week for the period ending March 24/24. Skarsen – Top Forward – The Bonnyville, Alta., product scored three goals and added two assists to help […]

Top Shelf – The KIJHL podcast for March 22

Welcome to Top Shelf – the KIJHL podcast. This week on Top Shelf, Grady Sterling-Ponech of the Princeton Posse had a three assist night in Game 7 helping his team get to the Conference Finals. Emanuel Sequeira talks with him about the series and what to expect from Revelstoke. How about the play of the […]

The KIJHL Notebook – Final Four

  The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League Teck Cup playoffs are now down to its final four.  The Beaver Valley Nitehawks and Fernie Ghostriders will battle for the Kootenay Conference championship, while the Princeton Posse and Revelstoke Grizzlies have a rematch of last year’s Okanagan-Shuswap Conference championship. Of those teams, the Posse have scored the […]

Junek, Percival & Stojan named KIJHL 3 Stars

    Vinay Junek (Princeton Posse), Kaleb Percival (Beaver Valley Nitehawks) and Connor Stojan (Beaver Valley Nitehawks) have been selected the Hudl Instat Kootenay International Junior Hockey League 3 Stars of the Week for the period ending March 17/24. Junek – Top Forward – The Yorkton, Sask., product had three goals and three assists and […]

The KIJHL Notebook: Team series leaders

  Tonight there are two important Game 5s being played – the Grand Forks Border Bruins are in Beaver Valley, and the North Okanagan Knights visit the Princeton Posse. Heading into tonight, Knights rookies Nolan Kelly and Gage Parrell are 1-2 in points – Kelly has 19 points in eight games, while Parrell has 15. […]

The KIJHL Notebook: Special teams

  The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League will have a new Teck Cup champion this season after the Columbia Valley Rockies defeated the defending champion Kimberley Dynamiters in five games.  The Kimberley Bulletin newspaper reported it’s the first time in over a decade that the Dynamiters have been eliminated in the opening round, dating back […]