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    Fort St John Flyers 2010 Allan Cup Hosts ...   ....

Gone from last season are the Whitehorse Huskies and the Powell River Regals
New this season we welcome the Penticton Vees and the Prince George Mohawks

B.C
Fort St John Flyers
Penticton Vees
Prince George Mohawks

McKenzie Cup
Bentley Generals 3 Fort St John Flyers 2
Bentley wins Best of 5 McKenzie Cup 3-2
Bentley
advances to Allan Cup

All Games will be broadcast on Moose FM Fort St John

Fort St John Flyers 2010 Allan Cup Hosts

Thurs Mar 31 Fort St John 0 vs Bentley 4
Fri Apr 1 Fort St John 4 vs Bentley 3 Overtime
Sat Apr 2 Fort St John 6 vs Bentley 3
Sun Apr 3 Fort St John 1 vs Bentley 5
Apr 4 Fort St John 2 vs Bentley
3



Savage Cup
(B.C. Championship)
Fort St John wins Two Game Total Goals 16-0
Fort St John advances to McKenzie Cup vs Bentley Generals

Fort St John Flyers 2010 Allan Cup Hosts ...   ....


Photo by Maurice Trudeau MT Actions Photography

The following two games were played in the round robin before the suspension of
Penticton on Mar 17. The tournament then switched to a two game total goal series
between Fort St John and Prince George

Tuesday March 15 - 8PM Prince George 2 vs Fort St John 10
Wednesday March 16 - 8PM Penticton 0 vs Prince George 9
Thursday March 17 - 8PM Fort St John vs Penticton cancelled

Friday March 18 8PM Prince George 0 vs Fort St John 6
Saturday Mar 19 8PM Prince George 0 vs Fort St John 10
Fort St John wins Two Game Total Goals 16-0

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Original Series before disqualification of Penticton

Tuesday March 15 - 8PM Prince George 2 vs Fort St John 10
Wednesday March 16 - 8PM Penticton 0 vs Prince George 9
Thursday March 17 - 8PM Fort St John vs Penticton Cancelled
Friday March 18 - 8PM Semi-final game
Saturday March 19 - 8PM Final game

Penticton Vees Disqualified from Savage Cup

The Penticton Vees have been disqualified from the Mustang Rentals Savage Cup.
The Vees have been disqualified for having an ineligible player on their roster. The coach and player have been suspended and could face a 3 year suspension. The game originally scheduled Thursday March 17 has been cancelled.
With the loss of Penticton, the Fort St. John Flyers and the Prince George Mohawks will now play two games with the winner determined by who gets the most goals. The team with the most goals after the two games will win the Savage Cup and face-off in the MacKenzie Cup.
The games are schedule for Friday and Saturday night at the North Peace Arena at 8pm.
Grant Williams, Coach and Manager of the Prince George Mohawks says the team will have a full roster for Friday and Saturday. They expect at least 8 more players to join the original team for theweekend games.
Rob Larson the General Manager for the Fort St. John Flyers says “We are trying and make the bestof a difficult situation by still having the best team move forward. Prince George will have a fullsquad for the weekend, which will help make for some great hockey.”
If you have already purchased a ticket for Thursday’s game, you can get a refund Thursday nightfrom 7pm to 8pm at the North Peace Arena or Friday night. Thursday’s ticket will also be accepted at the door for Friday’s game.
The Savage Cup is awarded to British Columbia’s senior ice hockey champions each year. This trophy was first presented in 1912-13. The Savage Cup will happen in Fort St. John March 15-19, 2011 at the North Peace Arena.

Former Savage Cup Winners

1912-13 - Vancouver Rowing Club
1913-14 - Fraser Mills Hockey Club
1914-15 - Vancouver B.B. Hockey Club
1915-16 - Vancouver B.B. Hockey Club
1916-17 - Vancouver Towers
1917-18 - Vancouver Towers
1918-19 - Vancouver Towers
1919-20 - Vancouver Towers
1920-21 - University of British Columbia
1921-22 - Vancouver Towers
1922-23 - Vancouver Young Liberals
1923-24 - Rossland Hockey Club
1924-25 - Rossland Hockey Club
1925-26 - Vancouver Towers
1926-27 - Trail Smoke Eaters
1927-28 - Trail Smoke Eaters
1928-29 - Trail Smoke Eaters
1929-30 - Trail Smoke Eaters
1930-31 - Trail Smoke Eaters
1931-32 - Trail Smoke Eaters
1932-33 - Trail Smoke Eaters
1933-34 - Kimberley Dynamiters 
1934-35 - Kimberley Dynamiters 
1935-36 - Kimberley Dynamiters 
1936-37 - Nelson Maple Leafs 
1937-38 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1938-39 - Kimberley Dynamiters 
1939-40 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1940-41 - Trail Smoke Eaters
1941-42 - Kimberley Dynamiters 
1942-43 - Victoria Army 
1943-44 - New Westminster 
1944-45 - No Competition
1945-46 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1946-47 - Kimberley Dynamiters
1947-48 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1948-49 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1949-50 - Kamloops Elks 
1950-51 - Nanaimo Clippers 
1951-52 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1952-53 - Penticton V's 
1953-54 - Penticton V's 
1954-55 - Vernon Canadians 
1955-56 - Vernon Canadians 
1956-57 - Spokane Flyers
1957-58 - Kelowna Packers 
1958-59 - Vernon Canadians 
1959-60 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1960-61 - Nelson Maple Leafs
1961-62 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1962-63 - No Competition
1963-64 - Kimberley Dynamiters 
1964-65 - Nelson Maple Leafs 
1965-66 - Kimberley Dynamiters 
1966-67 - Nelson Maple Leafs 
1967-68 - Spokane Jets 
1968-69 - Spokane Jets 
1969-70 - Spokane Jets 
1970-71 - Nelson Maple Leafs
1971-72 - Spokane Jets
1972-73 - Spokane Jets 
1973-74 - Cranbrook Royals 
1974-75 - Spokane Flyers 
1975-76 - Spokane Flyers 
1976-77 - Spokane Flyers 
1977-78 - Kimberley Dynamiters 
1978-79 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1979-80 - Spokane Flyers 
1980-81 - Quesnel Kangaroos 
1981-82 - Cranbrook Royals 
1982-83 - Trail Smoke Eaters 
1983-84 - Spokane Chiefs 
1984-85 - Spokane Chiefs 
1985-86 - Nelson Maple Leafs 
1986-87 - Nelson Maple Leafs 
1987-88 - Elk Valley Blazers 
1988-89 - No Competition
1989-90 - No Competition
1990-91 - Abbotsford Flyers
1991-92 - Abbotsford Flyers
1992-93 - Whitehorse Huskies
1993-94 - Penticton Silver Bullets
1994-95 - Powell River Regals 
1995-96 - Powell River Regals 
1996-97 - Powell River Regals 
1997-98 - Powell River Regals 
1998-99 - Powell River Regals
1999-00 - Powell River Regals 
2000-01 - Powell River Regals 
2001-02 – Powell River Regals
2002-03 – Powell River Regals
2003-04 – Trail Smoke Eaters
2004-05 – Powell River Regals
2005-06 – Powell River Regals
2006-07 – Fort St. John Flyers
2007-08 – Fort St. John Flyers
2008-09 – Fort St. John Flyers
2009-10 – Fort St. John Flyers
2010-2011 Fort St John Flyers