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Rivermen add Trish Bakken as the new Administrative Officer

The Langley Rivermen are pleased to announce the appointment of our new Administrative Officer, Trish Bakken. Trish took over the position on June 1st and she can be reached by email at trish@langleyrivermen.com or by phone at 778-246-2245. At this time, we are asking for all past Volunteers to email Trish to check in and […]

BCHL Announces 2021/22 Regular Season Schedule

The BC Hockey League (BCHL) has released the full schedule for the 2021-22 regular season and it will see the Langley Rivermen play in 54 games beginning on Friday, October 8th. The Rivermen’s season will begin at home against the Chilliwack Chiefs on October 8th and the regular season will conclude at home against the […]

Owen Kim commits to the Rivermen for the 2021-22 season

The Langley Rivermen are excited to announce that 2004-born forward Owen Kim has committed to the team for the 2021-22 season. The product of North Vancouver, BC joins the Rivermen after spending the last two seasons with the Vancouver NW Hawks U18 AAA team. Last season was cut short due to Covid but during the […]

Rivermen add Upson & Kovacevic in a trade with the Chiefs

The Langley Rivermen have finalized a trade with the Chilliwack Chiefs to acquire Ryan Upson (01) and Andrej Kovacevic (04) in exchange for Cameron Johnson (04). Upson is from West Vancouver, BC and he joins the Rivermen after playing last season with the Penticton Vees. The 6’0″ 174 pound forward scored six goals and had […]

Rivermen add Dylan Fader as a 2021-22 Commit

The Langley Rivermen are excited to announce that 2003-born forward Dylan Fader has committed to the team for the 2021-22 BCHL season. “When coach Henderson called me and offered the commitment I was extremely excited and eager to get to put the Rivermen uniform on. Fans can expect a relentless forechecking and defensive zone player […]

Rivermen hire Thomas Koshman as Associate Coach and Assistant GM

The Langley Rivermen are pleased to announce that Thomas Koshman has been hired as their new Associate Coach and Assistant General Manager. Koshman joins the Rivermen after spending the last four seasons with the Langley Trappers of the Pacific Junior Hockey League serving as their General Manager and Associate Coach. “We’re going to be a hard […]

Rivermen hire Burt Henderson as Head Coach & General Manager

The Langley Rivermen are excited to announce the hiring of Burt Henderson as their new Head coach and General Manager effective immediately. The product of Burnaby, B.C. played 13 seasons of professional hockey that included stops in the United States, Asia and Europe before retiring in 2009. He is no stranger to the George Preston Recreation […]

Rivermen loan 13 players to the BCHL Pod

In case you missed it, the Rivermen have loaned out 13 players to the BCHL pod for the 2020-21 season. Follow along on Twitter using the hashtag #RivInThePod as we will highlight their success throughout the shortened season. See the below list for details. Chase Sandhu West Kelowna Warriors Daniel O’Neill Nanaimo Clippers Ryan Helliwell […]

2020-21 Season Update

The Langley Rivermen have opted out of the 2021 BCHL Pod Concept.  All media enquiries can be directed to Jesse Adamson at the BC Hockey League Head Office.

Angus Crookshank signs with the Senators

The Ottawa Senators announced today that they have signed former Rivermen forward Angus Crookshank to a three-year, entry level contract. News Release: The #Sens have signed 2018 draftee Angus Crookshank to a three-year, entry-level contract set to begin in 2021-22: https://t.co/4jais54Uex pic.twitter.com/sVBJvWWxfp — Ottawa Senators (@Senators) March 17, 2021 The North Vancouver, B.C. native suited […]