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Township of Langley, BC (Monday, March 14, 2016) – The Langley Rivermen are pleased to announce forward Alex MacDonald (1997 born) has committed to the Rivermen for the 2016-17 season. MacDonald is a Halifax native and is in his third season with St. A...

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Township of Langley- March 11, 2016- The Wenatchee Wild ended the Langley Rivermen’s 2015-16 season with a 3-1 win on Friday night at George Preston Recreation Centre. Bo Didur and Chase Perry were the goaltenders once again for both teams in game five....

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The scenario is simple for the Rivermen tonight: Win or go home. Coming off a 5-0 loss in game four to Wenatchee, the Riv will need to play their best game of the series if they want to force a game six in Wenatchee on Sunday. Standing in their way is...

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Township of Langley- March 9, 2016- The Wenatchee Wild and Chase Perry shutout the Langley Rivermen 5-0 in game four on Wednesday night at George Preston Recreation Centre. Bo Didur received his fourth straight start in net for the Rivermen, while Chase ...

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What can these two teams possibly have for an encore tonight? Playoff games do not get more (insert adjective here), than what the fans at George Preston witnessed in game three last night. After spotting the Wild a 4-0 lead, the Rivermen fought back an...

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Township of Langley- March 8, 2016- The Wenatchee Wild took game three in a wild 7-6 overtime game at George Preston Recreation Centre on Tuesday night. It marked the second straight game that needed an extra period. Bo Didur started in net for the Riverm...

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A pivotal game 3 goes tonight in Langley between the Rivermen and Wenatchee Wild at George Preston Recreation Centre. After the Riv took game 1, the Wild responded a day later with an overtime win to even up the series and will play the next three at the...

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The Langley Rivermen and Wenatchee Wild alternated wins in games one and two over the weekend. In the opening game of the series, a two-goal third period from Torrin White was enough to give the Riv a 4-3 win to go up 1-0. In goal, Bo Didur was spectacula...

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For the fourth season in a row, the Langley Rivermen are in the Fred Page Cup playoffs. Standing in their way in hopes of capturing a league championship are the Wenatchee Wild in the opening round. In the six game season series, The Riv went 1-4-1-1 ag...

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The BCHL’s 2016 semiannual governors meeting was held last week in Richmond, B.C. and resulted in several rules and governance changes for the league moving forward. A pair of changes take effect immediately: — Any play resulting in contact with a...