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This is the 2018-19 Central Interior Hockey League season. This is the league's 23rd season. The event is being held in conjunction with British Columbia Amateur Hockey Association's 100th anniversary. The league was saddened by the death of Cameron Kerr who formerly played for the Terrace River Kings.  Kerr was killed in a hit and run accident on November 18, 2018 in Terrace, BC.  He was 30 years old.

Membership Changes[edit | edit source]

Teams[edit | edit source]

Team Centre Arena
Kitimat Ice Demons Kitimat Tamitik Arena
Prince Rupert Rampage Prince Rupert Jim Ciccone Civic Centre
Quesnel Kangaroos Quesnel West Fraser Centre
Terrace River Kings Terrace Terrace Sportsplex
Williams Lake Stampeders Williams Lake Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex

Standings[edit | edit source]

Team GP W L T OL GF GA Pts
Quesnel Kangaroos 16 11 3 0 2 88 71 24
Williams Lake Stampeders 16 12 4 0 0 113 73 24
Prince Rupert Rampage 16 9 6 0 1 98 74 19
Terrace River Kings 16 8 8 0 0 83 77 16
Kitimat Ice Demons 16 0 16 0 0 41 128 0

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Format[edit | edit source]

All teams qualify. The fourth and fifth place teams meet in the preliminary round. All rounds are best-of-three. The playoff champion advances to the 2019 Coy Cup being held March 26-30, 2019 at the North Peace Arena in Fort St. John, British Columbia hosted by the Fort St. John Flyers for the provincial championship. On February 1, 2019 it was announced that the Terrace River Kings, who played in the previous 6 tournaments, would not be able to participate in the tournament if they qualified due to financial and player availability issues.[3] Quesnel declined to participate in the Coy Cup tournament due to a lack of players available for the tournament.[4][5] So the Prince Rupert Rampage and the Williams Lake Stampeders ended up representing the league at the Coy Cup. [6]

Preliminary Round[edit | edit source]


Semifinals[edit | edit source]


Final[edit | edit source]


The Quesnel Kangaroos represent the league at the 2019 Coy Cup.

2019 CIHL champions Quesnel Kangaroos

References[edit | edit source]

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