BC Hockey Championships Kick Off TODAY

Posted by Deb Harper on Mar 20 2017 at 09:39AM PDT

*Coquitlam Minor Hockey is thrilled that we have 2 teams competing in the BC Hockey Championships for the 2016/2017 season! *

Midget A1 Chiefs play their first game in chilly Prince George this morning at 10:30am.
You can find BC Hockey Scores & Schedules here

Juvenile A1 Chiefs play their first game in Richmond on March 23, 2017.
You can find BC Hockey Scores & Schedules here

PlayFullScreen is also streaming the games and below is the information from them. Follow our Chiefs, cheer them from home and get out to Richmond to show our support.

User Comments are open so please post your messages of support!

Go Chiefs!

Hello Everyone,

Below are two links which can be used to access the live broadcast of the Championships. The following instructions & information has been forwarded to me by the service provider. Please feel free to circulate to family, friends & fans.

A bit about the playlist:

As these games are BC Hockey Provincial Championships, we have published all the games under the BC Hockey Events, playlist.

The games are separated by the host tournament icon and a description for example;

Inline image 1 Pee Wee Tier 4 2017: Langley vs North Okanagan – Mar 19, 2017 Live from Fernie Memorial Arena – 10:00 AM PST8PDT

The links below are essentially the same playlist. There are 3 tabs on the playlist – Live Today, Archives and Upcoming.

I have provided you with Upcoming to circulate as this is where all games are currently listed. As each day arrives the playlist shifts the listings from Upcoming to Live Today.

Likewise, at the end of each day, we will post the broadcast to the Archives tab. (not currently in the links below)


Live Today

Please use the entire link – do not shorten to just as it is a master page and is filled with everything currently live in the network. it would be difficult for your viewers to find the games.

As of this evening, online viewers can begin to purchase the pay-per-view games that they would like to watch. The live event is $8 per game and it allows a person to view the game from a computer or mobile device at a single location. Archives are $4 and allow a person to view the game for up to 48 hours from a single location.

Single location is defined as an Internet “IP Address” This IP is associated to home networks, mobile networks (which is constantly changing) and in some cases is “static” meaning it doesn’t change, this is more common to a business or office connection.

On game days, we have our Customer Support (helpdesk) on call. They can be reached by clicking the links in the blue footer of the video player page – Customer Service or Contact Us
Alternatively one can email directly to

Our helpdesk staff will respond promptly.

Please note: We cannot accept telephone support calls on game days.

Have a great tournament, thank you for working with us at Playfullscreen.

Dave McIlroy


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