Powell River Regals

The Powell River Regals are a Canadian Senior ice hockey team from Powell River, British Columbia. The Regals play an independent schedule under the supervision of the BC Amateur Hockey Assosciation. The Regals are 3-time Allan Cup National Senior "AAA" Champions and 1-time Hardy Cup National Intermediate "A" Champions.

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1998 Allan Cup - Results
... Round Robin Ile des Chenes North Stars 6 - London Admirals 4 Truro Bearcats 5 - Powell River Regals 1 London Admirals 4 - Powell River Regals 3 Truro Bearcats 1 - Ile des Chenes North Stars 1 Powell River Regals ...
1995 Allan Cup - Results
... Round Robin Warroad Lakers 9 - Powell River Regals 1 Truro Bearcats 5 - Stony Plain Eagles 5 Powell River Regals 6 - Truro Bearcats 1 Warroad Lakers 3 - Stony ...
2006 Allan Cup - Results
... Round Robin Trail Smoke Eaters 4 - Weyburn Devils 2 Powell River Regals 4 - Fort Hotel Chiefs 2 Weyburn Devils 5 - Whitby Dunlops 4 Shawinigan Xtreme 8 - Fort Hotel ...
1997 Allan Cup - Results
... Round Robin Warroad Lakers 6 - Stony Plain Eagles 5 Powell River Regals 5 - Truro Bearcats 2 Truro Bearcats 8 - Stony Plain Eagles 3 Powell River Regals 4 - Warroad Lakers 1 Truro Bearcats 4 - Warroad ...
Powell River Regals - 2000 and Beyond
... The 1999-2000 season started off on a positive note as the Regals hosted a Russian Elite Division team in a pair of exhibition games ... In the playoffs, Stony Plain and the Regals met in the BC/Alberta final for the third time ... Eagles were able to pick up one win in the best-of-five held in Powell River but series MVP Chad Vizzutti was nearly unbeatable in games one, three and four enabling the home team to take the ...

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