Friends of BCS Hockey

Join Friends of BCS Hockey and support our Bears!

Friends of BCS Hockey is a group of alumni, parents, and friends that have a special interest in BCS Hockey and want to be part of the team’s success. Through an annual donation of $200 or, for alumni, $5 per year since graduation, the group provides extra support for the cost of running this high-calibre program. Our Prep and Varsity teams are regularly ranked in the top ten in the country, so the longstanding tradition of BCS Hockey pride continues. Join us today to help our Bears continue achieving such positive results; your support is well-placed!
 
Annual members of Friends of BCS Hockey will receive the following benefits:
-a regular newsletter through the course of the season;
-opportunities to visit with the team on tour;
-access to BCS Bears apparel;
 
Friends of BCS Hockey was formed by the organizers of the annual Alumni Hockey Tournament, which began with a puck-drop in Memorial Arena over 30 years ago. As such, we have a team of All-Stars who have been inducted into Friends of BCS Hockey in perpetuity. We thank them for their support and service, which has helped BCS Hockey become what it is today!

Click here to join now!

Tax receipts are available for Canadian and American donations. Please choose Friends of BCS Hockey as the designation when making your donation.

Latest News

List of 17 news stories.

  • Our teams debuted new jerseys this year.

    Strong as ever

    The fact that Memorial Arena only gets its ice in October never slows down our elite hockey teams, and the 2017-18 season kicked off with a bang once again this year.
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  • U18's take on Stanstead College in NEPSAC play.

    Halfway through

    Our only crease to span two seasons, the elite hockey program is now well into the 2016 - 17 season.
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  • Alternate Captain Pascal Valcourt takes a face-off in the U18 season opener against Académie St-Louis

    Picking up where they left off

    The ice is only just in at Memorial Arena but that hasn’t stopped the hockey program from already posting an impressive record for the 2016-17 season.
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  • Noah Dobson; photo © Andrew Dobson.

    Making moves

    After an extremely successful 2015-16 campaign, Bishop’s College School’s hockey program continues to impress and advance in the off-season. After completing the vetting process, the program is proud to announce that the U18/Varsity team has joined the Midwest Prep Hockey League (MPHL).
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  • Gosselin and Brisson in their Storm camp t-shirts.

    The next level

    Coordinator and U18/Varsity Head Coach Mike Couch is fond of saying that the BCS hockey program, which has undergone a considerable overhaul in the past few years, has seen “some” success this season. After these past two weeks, he might need to drop the attribute. On the heels of a Ridley Tiger Challenge Cup win and PSHF regular season championship, two BCS U18’s have signed with an Alberta Junior A Hockey League team. Teammates Alex Brisson and Félip Gosselin will be heading out west at the end of the summer to begin their Junior careers on the Grande Prairie Storm’s 2016-17 roster.
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  • Season's end

    Last weekend was the final tournament for this season’s hockey program – and the last prep school game ever for some senior members of the team.
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  • Leonard makes hometown proud

    U16/Prep hockey player Liam Leonard has again been featured in his hometown newspaper.
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  • NISIC - U18/Varsity Hockey Championship

    2016 National Independent School Invitational Championship

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  • Banners abound at BCS!

    As Mr. Bray announced in Chapel this week, the BCS athletics teams have been pulling in a lot of banners in recent weeks.
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  • U18 Opening Ceremonies

    2016 BCS Ice Hockey Showcase

    Memorial Arena was packed to the brim February 11 – 14, as 20 hockey teams descended upon Lennoxville to play the 1st Annual BCS Ice Hockey Showcase.
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  • Team Captain Alex Brisson carries the puck past Stanstead.

    Bears on the radar

    With a strong commitment to rebuilding the program, the BCS Bears hockey teams are once again making strides within the North American prep school community.
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  • Photo credit: Prep School Hockey Federation

    Hockey in the nation's capital

    The BCS Bears U18/Varsity and U16/Prep hockey teams spent the weekend in the nation’s capital, playing the fifth PSHF showcase and holding onto their respective division rankings.
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  • Bears in control in New England

    Following their impressive campaign in Vermont last month, the BCS Bears took to the ice this past weekend for the last PSHF showcase of 2015. With games played at Dover Arena and the University of New Hampshire, both the U18/Varsity and U16/Prep teams faced three opponents each over the two days.
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  • Bears' #14 makes headlines

    Liam Leonard, forward for the BCS Bears U16/Prep hockey team, was featured yesterday in his hometown newspaper, The Packet.
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  • Display case on a tour at Norwich University, alma mater of Coach Jonathan Lachance

    Vermont PSHF Showcase

    The U18/Varsity and U16/Prep hockey teams traveled to Vermont this past weekend for the third PSHF showcase, with games held at Cairns Arena and Norwich University.
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  • 2015 Tiger Challenge Cup Champions

    Hockey program off to a strong start

    The BCS Hockey program has hit the ground running and while fall crease may have already ended, hockey season is just getting started. In the first year of an extended program that will span fall, winter and spring creases, the U18/Varsity and U16/Prep teams will play over 40 games each.
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  • New BCS Bears Defenceman, Zachery Bennett

    Bears defenceman Bennett featured in hometown newspaper

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Bishop's College School is an independent English-language boarding and day school for grades 7 to 12 in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.