News and Announcements


Congratulations to the Chilliwack Atom Female team for their accomplishment!


Congratulations to Chilliwack Bantam C5 for their accomplishment!


Chilliwack Chiefs to hold Spring Development Camps for Atom, Peewee & Bantam Players! (2004 – 2009)

Camps are designed for players and goalies playing or striving to play at the Rep hockey level. The Development Camps will be taking place from June 4th to June 29th and will consist of 2 sessions per week. Players will participate in a total of 8 on ice sessions and 8 off ice sessions at Prospera Centre and the Club XO training facility. Goalies will participate in the 8 Players sessions and will also have 6 Hours of Goalie Only Training on Fridays. On Ice sessions will be run by Chilliwack Chiefs coaches Jason Tartanic, Brian Maloney, Grant Rollheiser, and current and former Chiefs. Off Ice sessions will consist of Dry-Land workouts, Strength Training, Spin Room classes, Boxing and Rapid Shot shooting. All sessions will take place during the week leaving the weekends free!

This program is designed to concentrate on individual skills that are necessary to play at the Higher Rep, Junior and NCAA levels.

Details on registration, camp days and times coming soon!


The Midget A1 team entered in the Richmond Midget Tier 1 Invitational over the Christmas break with teams coming from all over North America.

There was 21 teams entered in the Tier 1 division. The Chilliwack Midget A1 team went undefeated in the round robin 4-0 defeating Saanich, Alaska, North Shore Winter Club, Delta Academy.

They played Mission in the quarter finals and Wenatchee in the semi finals. Chilliwack advanced to the finals on New years eve for a rematch against Saanich. Chilliwack went on to defeat Saanich and win the tournament with a 7-0 record.

Three Chilliwack forwards led the tournament in scoring Dylan Tonks, Sean McCracken, and Gerrit Lindhout. Dylan Tonks received tournament MVP.

Congratulations Midget A1

Midget C3 team won the 100 Mile Tournament!

They battled the team from Mackenzie for the championship. C3 won this nail biting game by going to 3 on 3 overtime sudden death for the win.

> 8-7 was the final score.