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Duncan, B.C. (May 19, 2022) The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (I∙SPARC) is pleased to announce that Team BC’s male and female teams each earned bronze medals at the 2022 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC).  
The two teams were comprised of the province’s top Indigenous U18 players and faced a highly competitive field at the 2022 NAHC in Membertou, Nova Scotia, from May 7 to May 14, 2022.  
“Congratulations to all Team BC players, coaches, and staff for their outstanding performance at the 2022 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships. We are very proud of how they represented themselves, their communities, province, and Nations both on-and-off the ice at this prestigious national championship,” said Rick Brant, CEO of I·SPARC. 
For the male team, their journey to a bronze medal started with them going 2-2 in the preliminary round losing 6-4 to the North, defeating Eastern Door & North 3-2, shutting out Team Atlantic 5-0, and losing to Saskatchewan 6-0. In the quarter-finals, Team BC found redemption from their tournament opener loss by beating the North 7-5. The win put them in the semi-finals which they lost against Ontario 4-1 (Ontario went on to win the gold medal). In the bronze medal game Team BC defeated Eastern Door & North 5-1. The third-place finish meant back-to-back bronze medals for the squad, who last won bronze at the 2019 NAHC in Whitehorse, Yukon (a tournament was not held the previous two years due to the pandemic). 
The female team displayed their depth in the preliminary round with a 3-1 record. They defeated Saskatchewan 5-2, Eastern Door & North 9-1, Atlantic 5-0, and lost 7-1 to Manitoba. They beat Team Atlantic 8-2 in the quarterfinal game and then faced off against the eventual silver medal winners, Team Ontario, which resulted in a 3-2 loss in a hard-fought game. It was a re-match against Saskatchewan in the bronze medal game where Team BC came out on top by a score of 4-1. Team BC goaltender Alexandra Nelson (Snuneymuxm/North Vancouver Impact) was selected as the Most Valuable Goalie of the Tournament.  
Team BC – NAHC is a program of the I·SPARC and sanctioned by BC Hockey. The program provides an opportunity for the province’s top U18 male and female Indigenous hockey players to compete at the National Championships. I·SPARC would like to acknowledge the 2022 NAHC Host Committee, its Event Partners, and volunteers for hosting an outstanding event. We would also like to thank all of Team BC’s fans and supporters. Congratulations to Team BC for their outstanding performance at 2022 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships. 

PROVINCE: BC                    GENDER: MALE
 # Last NameFirst NameDOB (MM/DD/YY)Home CommunityPos2021/2022 Hockey Club 
5AlainColton05/10/07VictoriaDPacific Coast Hockey Academy 
14AndrewNathan02/09/05Ktunaxa NationFNorthern Alberta Tomahawks 
22BennettTyler08/07/05CranbrookCEast Kootenay Avalanche 
20BlaceWyatt02/10/07Squamish NationFPacific Coast Hockey Academy 
16DickiePeyton03/16/06Fort Nelson First NationsFOkanagan Hockey Academy 
8DumontWyatt06/26/04Campbell RiverDCampbell River Storm 
10FlettSeth02/16/06Sucker Creek First NationCOkanagan Hockey Academy 
1GarbittLandon07/01/06Horse Lake First NationGOkanagan Hockey Academy 
11JamesonRayne03/03/06Upper SimilkameenFDelta Hockey Academy 
21KirknessEzekiel09/19/04Tataskweyak Cree NationFWest Vancouver Hockey Academy 
9LigeKieran04/06/05Lax Kw’Alaams / TsmishianDVancouver NE Chiefs 
15MaynardAndon07/12/04OsoyoosCSouth Okanagan 
6McFarlaneAidan05/18/04SurreyDAbbotsford Pilots 
7McisaacNate06/01/04KelownaDSummerland Steam 
12McRaeJalen02/21/05Upper Nicola BandFThompson Blazers 
23MenardSullivan05/18/05CoquitlamDYale Hockey Academy 
30MoberlyDarian06/06/05ChilliwackGDelta Hockey Academy 
17MorashTye05/22/05QuatsinoFNorth Island Silvertips 
13NordvieRocky09/21/05Shishalh NationCOkanagan Hockey Academy 
4SiemensJobie02/16/05Bonaparte First NationDThompson Blazers 
ALTStewartTayton07/11/05Bonaparte First NationGOkanagan Hockey Academy 
ALTSiemensEzra03/03/07Bonaparte First NationDThompson Blazers 
ALTTaylorLanden01/09/05Doig River First NationCFort St. John Flyers 

The Male Team BC Staff

Head Coach:                          Bobby Vermette (Maple Ridge)
Assistant Coach:                    Doneau Menard (Port Coquitlam)
Assistant Coach:                    Derry Menard (Coquitlam)
Manager:                                Tana Mussell (Skwah First Nation, Chilliwack)
Trainer:                                   Christian Mustapich (Vancouver)

#Last NameFirst NameDOB (MM/DD/YY)Home CommunityPos2021/2022 Hockey Club
15BatchMadison06/18/08Campbell RiverDNorth Island Impact
2BottleJaylah10/29/07Tk’emlups te SecwepemcDThompson Okanagan Lakers
14CallaJacqueline01/03/05Squamish NationDRichmond Pacific Steelers
21ColebankCricket09/13/04HixonFNorthern Capitals
3DanTrishanna09/25/06Esk’etemcDWilliams Lake Timberwolves 
4WalkusEmma05/24/06Gwasala NakwaxdaxwDNorth Island Impact
20JohnKiya06/22/04Ts’kw’aylaxwFLillooet Pistons
5JohnsonPenelope04/05/06GitanmaaxDPrince George Capitals
16La Fleur – HammannMorgan01/18/06Dawson CreekCNortheast BC Female ‘A’ Predators
17McKinnonEmily12/21/05Mid Island Metis NationFVancouver Island Seals
13MossKya09/19/04Qalipu M’kmaqDPacific Steelers
1NelsonAlexandra10/30/06SnuneymuxwGNorth Vancouver Island Impact
6NorkusBrooke10/30/06Prince GeorgeDDelta Wild
12SadlerJada10/13/07Sechelt Indian BandDNorth Shore Avalanche
19SadlerJanelle09/27/04Sechelt Indian BandFPacific Steelers
11SitterHailey05/30/07TahltanDNorth Regional Lakers
10SnyderKaitlyn03/29/05Mid-Isle Metis NationFOntario Hockey Academy Mavericks
18SwantonCharlotte07/10/05Metis NationFShawnigan Lake School Female Prep
30WalchukAlix03/07/07WhitehorseGRink Hockey Academy Kelowna
7WileySamantha10/19/04Haida GwaiDOkanagan Hockey Academy
ALTMenardSydney10/25/07CoquitlamDTri City Predators
ALTIgnaceErika12/14/05SkeetchestnDKamloops Blazers
ALTNieshMadelaine03/03/08GitwinksihlkwCPrince George Capitals
ALTAndersonTahira07/09/05Lower Nicola Indian BandGKamloops Minor Hockey Association

Female Team BC Staff
Head Coach:                           Darrel Stanwood (West Vancouver)
Assistant Coach:                    Megan Price (Victoria)
Assistant Coach:                    Katy Thorne (Kamloops)
Manager:                                Brenda Maguire (Whitehorse)
Trainer:                                   Nicholle Auger (Fernie)
About the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships (NAHC)
The NAHC, founded by the Aboriginal Sport Circle and sanctioned by Hockey Canada, is the premier forum for elite U18 Indigenous hockey players from across Canada. It is the only annual national event that showcases and celebrates the athletic abilities of Indigenous athletes from across the country, and aids in fostering cultural unity and pride. Team BC is represented by two teams, one male team and one female team, featuring the top players from across the province. For more information about the 2022 NAHC, visit

About the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council
The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (I·SPARC) is a provincial organization established for the purpose of improving the health outcomes of Indigenous people by supporting and encouraging physically active individuals, families, and communities. The programs and services delivered by I·SPARC are designed to build capacity and increase access to sport, recreation, and physical activity in First Nations, Aboriginal Friendship Centres, Métis Chartered Communities, schools, and other delivery agencies throughout British Columbia. For more information, about Team BC 2022 NAHC and I·SPARC, please visit: and