The British Columbia Hockey Hall of Fame is a destination for quests of all ages and interests. Showcasing the Province of BC’s elite players, teams, coaches, referees and builders of the game of hockey with their portraits and biographies on display for guests to explore.

The Hall is also the proud home of the 1955-56 World Champion Penticton Vees and the BC Junior Hockey League’s award winners, merit trophies and Fred Page Cup. Experience the game that defines British Columbia, come visit the BC Hockey Hall of Fame to enjoy the Past, Present and Future.

One of the primary goals of the B.C. Hockey Hall of Fame Society is to HONOR THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE of the game in B.C. through induction ceremonies, award presentations and special dinners that honor or ‘roast’ worthy persons.

Visit our Inductees and Members page to view the full list of respected inductees and members dating back to 1994 and learn about their accomplishments.

BC Hockey Hall of Fame offers a growing number of Bursaries and Awards. These have been made possible by the contributions of individuals who have been involved in the sport and with BC Hockey Hall of Fame and now wish to give back. To learn more about our donors, as well as their their contributions through bursaries and awards please check out our Bursaries and Awards page.

Our Annual Induction Celebration takes place Friday, July 28th 2017 at the South Okanagan Event Centre

Tickets are $90/single and $720 per table of 8.

For more details visit our News Page or Contact Us via our web form.
You can also call Bruce Judd for tickets: 250-488-8695

Or check out the 2017 Inductees

The BC Hockey Hall of Fame is thrilled to announce it’s newest inductees into the BC Hockey Hall of Fame:  Thomas Gradin, Tony Tanti, Dave Nonis, Brad Lazarowich, Ron Toigo, John Shannon and The 1996-97 Allan Cup Champion Powell River Regals.

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