Brown Continues to Lead and Succeed

Four years removed from his one and only season with the Capitals, Matt Brown is enjoying great success as captain of the Mount Royal Cougars, and in no small part because of his time spent in the Cowichan Valley. Now his in fourth year of CIS hockey, Brown is wearing the “C” for the second…

Increasing Success for Santerno

Confidence can be everything for a player in hockey at any level let alone junior where the pressure can be tremendous. But now midway through his second BCHL season, 19 year-old forward Luke Santerno is playing with a tremendous amount of it and the results speak for themselves. Forced to sit out the final two…

Reliable Rusty

When Connor Russell first arrived with the Capitals from Penticton just ahead of the trade deadline last season, the first comments I received about him were “you will love this guy.” I was told he was a very popular teammate and a hard worker. Nearly a full calendar year later I know exactly why I…

Road Warriors

This title can be appropriate in a number of ways for the Capitals who come away with four of a possible six points on a difficult Interior division road trip, the longest of the season at least as measured in time with the team not arriving home in Duncan until after sunrise on Monday. By…

Frustration at the Hap

And so the streak continues. The Caps will have to wait until February for another crack at getting a regulation win in Powell River for the first time in 35 games after an incredibly frustrating weekend. Friday night’s 6-1 loss was indeed as ugly as the score indicates. The Kings simply brought their A game…

Important Rebound Win

This night was as important a game as there could be for November and the Capitals came out on top posting a 5-3 victory over the visiting Alberni Valley Bulldogs coming back within a single point of first in the Island division. It was a strong night for the Luke Santerno, Rhett Willcox, Ayden MacDonald…

Kehoe Continues to Produce

Since joining the Cowichan Capitals little over a year ago, Saskatoon native Kade Kehoe has been one of the team’s most consistent offensive producers and is on pace for a pretty special season. With nine goals and 15 assists, Kehoe currently sits second in team scoring only behind linemate Ryan Burton. Going back to last…