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Capitals announce 2017-2018 roster – Home Opener Saturday-Sept.9th @ 7 PM

Join YOUR Capitals for their Season Home Opening Game

vs: Nanaimo Clippers

Time: Puck Drops at 7 PM (Doors open at 6 PM)

Location: Island Saving Centre (The Big Stick)

Entertainment: Live Band (Performance by Lawson Kelly) – Starts at 5:30PM 

Exciting New Announcement: Capitals Welcome their New Play-by play AnnouncerJustis Doucet (write-up below)

 – See the Smoke and Light Show for the Grand Entrance of YOUR New COWICHAN CAPITALS

With only a few days to go until the 58th BCHL season kicks off, the Cowichan Valley Capitals have released their opening night roster. Eight returnees lead a young team into Saturday’s home opener against Nanaimo. The roster entails four twenty-year olds (1997 born), seven nineteen-year-olds, nine eighteen-year-olds, and two 2000 born players.

The seven returning Capitals are forwards Nicholas Wilson, Haydn Hopkins, Ty Pochipinski, and Alec Zawatsky, defencemen Simon Chen, Marshall Skapski, and Nii Noi Tetteh, and goaltender Adam Marcoux. The first chance for fans to check out this years squad is Saturday September 9th when Cowichan hosts Nanaimo at the Island Savings Centre.

Below is the full roster, with stats from last season included.

 

#PlayerPositionDOB m-d-yHometown2016 Season2016 Stats (G-A-P)
3Boo GRISTD03-24-99Saanich, BCShawnigan Lake Prep20 GP, 0-3-3
6Yuri DAVIS-MARTELD03-19-99Sherbrooke, QCIowa Wild U1821 GP, 8-1-9
7Ethan SCARDINAF11-02-2000White Rock, BCDelta Academy Prep28 GP, 9-12-21
8Simon CHEND06-26-97Beijing, CHNCOWICHAN CAPITALS52 GP, 1-2-3
9David LAROCHEF07-13-99Stoke, QCCollege Champlain Cougars23 GP, 13-13-26
13Andrew JACKSONF11-29-98Rochester, MIWilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights44 GP, 7-5-12
14Nicholas WILSONF08-13-99Surrey, BCCOWICHAN CAPITALS55 GP, 5-7-12
15Haydn HOPKINSF03-07-97Victoria, BCCOWICHAN CAPITALS40 GP, 5-14-19
16Caleb FRANKLINF08-07-99White Rock, BCKerry Park Islanders47 GP, 20-27-47
17Marshall SkapskiD05-04-98Abbotsford, BCCOWICHAN CAPITALS55 GP, 1-10-11
18Troy MACTAVISHF12-10-97Ottawa, ONKanata Lasers54 GP, 11-14-25
19Cole BROADHURSTF07-14-2000Ladysmith, BCNanaimo Buccaneers47 GP, 12-6-18
20Ty POCHIPINSKIF06-05-98Colorado Springs, COCOWICHAN CAPITALS57 GP, 6-5-11
21Riley THORPED4-20-99West Kelowna, BCNew Hampshire Jr Monarchs39 GP, 1-9-10
22Azzaro TINLINGF12-20-99Pointe Claire, QCStanstead College44 GP, 27-17-44
23Hugh LARKINF03-27-99Livonia, MILittle Caesars U1823 GP, 9-6-15
24Brandon PICARDF08-24-98Montreal, QCThe Hill School28 GP, 19-24-43
25Alexandre DRAPEAUD02-22-97Mont-Joli, QCQuebec Remparts49 GP, 2-2-4
27Nii Noi TettehD04-24-98Revelstoke, BCCOWICHAN CAPITALS32 GP, 2-11-13
96Alec ZAWATSKYF12-15-99Winfield, BCCOWICHAN CAPITALS52 GP, 6-7-13
34Adam MARCOUXG03-24-98Calgary, ABCOWICHAN CAPITALS22 GP 3.94 GAA, .902 SV%
45Yann DERYG05-26-98Terrebonne, QCSorel-Tracy Rebbelles29 GP 2.34 GAA .912 SV%

Capitals have a new voice in the rafters of The Big Stick.

The Cowichan Capitals are excited to announce that Justis Doucet has become the new play-by-play broadcaster for the team, with the first radio and online broadcasts slated for the Capitals season and home opener on September 9th with the Nanaimo Clippers in town.

Doucet graduated the British Columbia Institute of Technology in May of 2017 with a degree in broadcast journalism. While at school he broadcasted high school basketball provincials, a handful of Pacific Junior Hockey League games, and spent two months as a broadcast intern with the Western Hockey League’s Victoria Royals. Prior to attending school, he was the play-by-play voice for the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League’s Kerry Park Islanders for two seasons.

“I could not be more excited to be joining the Capitals, ever since I was hired I have been counting down the days until opening night” said Doucet.

All fifty-eight Cowichan Capitals regular season games can be heard on 89.7 Juice FM, along with internet broadcasts on HockeyTV.com

THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN!!!

SEE YOU THERE!!!

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