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South Delta Over 35 Mens Hockey
Peter Dashkewytch
787 Tudor Court
Delta, Canada
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Upcoming Games
Date Event Time Location
Sat 4/4 Hockey-Ice Championship B - BRUINS VS YETI 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM Tilbury
Sat 4/4 Hockey-Ice Championship A - GUNS VS THC II 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM Tilbury
Recent Games
Date Event Time Location
Sat 3/28 Hockey-Ice Yeti: 5 - Bruins: 5 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM Tilbury
Sat 3/28 Hockey-Ice Islanders: 0 - THC II: 2 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM Tilbury
South Delta Over 35 Men's Hockey League

Really, It's Non-Contact

A non-contact, competitive league that has been operating for over 30 years in Ladner and Tsawwassen. Skill levels vary, but the pace of play is good for out-of-shape weekend warriors. We are always looking for new players to spare or be full-time.  You have to be 35 years of age or over as of January 1st, 2013. 

All teams are looking for players.  Click the links to get their contact information.

2014 GUNS
Thursday, April 10

The 2014 GUNS avenged last years final title loss in impressive fashion by silencing a pesky THC II team 3 to 1 to win their first "A" Championship title this year. Proving Defense always wins championships the regular season first place Guns were led by steller goaltender, Rusty Mason and recieved timely goals from Captain Trevor Smith, and allstars Niel Grannary and Brad Dickson to cement the victory. The third place THC II impressive playoff run was stopped only a few goals short of their ultimate prize.

In the "B" Championship the 2014 BRUINS repeated as Champions needing a dramatic shootout win to defeat the upstart YETI. Last year the Bruins needed  OT to win their title but this year they notched it up a level and won in a shootout. All star Tim Kuepfer scored what proved to be the winner with a shot heard throughout all of South Delta. 

The Executive would like to thank all players, referees and especially timer / scorekeeper Paisley Wallace for all her hardwork during this very successful year. Enjoy the summer and see you on the ice next year !!

2012/2013 A Champions
Friday, March 29

The 2012 - 2013 Islanders and Bruins proved too powerful for their expansion opponents in this years' playoffs. The Islanders led by their own "Killer B" line (Shawn Boliver (3 goals), Rob Bogress (1 goal) and Craig Boliver (1 goal) beat the expansion Guns 9 to 3 to earn their second consecutive championship and third in the last five years.  The final score was not indicative of how close these two teams were during the regular season and despite missing key players for both teams due to Spring break it proved too costly for the Guns. The remainder of the Islanders onslaught was led by Peter Dashkewytch (2 goals), Steve Cowan (1 goal) and Kevin Bruels (1 goal). Islander goalie, Jeff Reid, along with stalwart defencemen Kyle Lappin, Mark Bermel, Kevin Bruels and Ryan Schram thwarted any Guns comeback throughout the night. 

The B championship was a tense, competitive see saw battle all night between the Bruins and Northstars.  The final score was not determined until sure handed Dave Ashe deftly deflected a Sonny Plante pass behind call up THC allstar goalie Dave Espley to seal the victory in overtime. The Bruins were also led by goals from Wayne Okamura, Mike Norcott, Mike Wilson and Tim Kuepfer. Popular Bruins goalie, Stacey Greenstien, helped preserve the victory over the talented Northstars team with timely saves during the regulation and overtime periods.

The Executive would like to thank all players, managers, referees and our time/score keeper, Paisley Wallace, for a great and fantastic year and we look forward to seeing everyone on the ice next season !

2011-2012 Champions
2011/2012 Champions
Monday, March 12

It took the South Delta Islanders 3 years to finally beat the dominant, highly talented THC II team and claim the 2012 Championship. After finishing third during the regular season the Islanders had Playoff wins against Mud Bay and the Bruins before facing a showdown with the first place Chiefs for the opportunity to play THC II in the final. The Islanders prevailed in a hard fought 5 - 4 victory and a rematch of last years final was set.

This time the Islanders solved the potent THC II offense with a suffocating defence led by outstanding goaltender Don Brown and defensemen Kevin Bruels, Mark Bermel and the Lappin brothers Curt and Cyle. Allstar THC II goalie Dave Espley could not withstand the pesky and persistant Islander forwards led by Co Regular Season Scoring Champion Rob Bogress. The Islanders recieved two helpers from Cyle Lappin and singles from Aaron Maclellan, Craig Boliver, Kevin Bruels and Peter Dashkewytch to help seal the victory.

Scott Ridgewell's Bruins captured the Consolation Game for third place after the Chiefs forfeited the game.

The Executive would like to thank all the players and team reps that helped make 2011/2012 a great success and wish all of you a safe summer - See you on the ice next year !!!

2011 Champs !!
Sunday, March 13

THC II men’s hockey team capped off yet another successful 2010/2011 regular season with a 6 - 0 victory over the Islanders last Saturday. The first place and champion THC II team again used a stalwart defence behind the exceptional goaltending of Dave Espley to suffocate the Islanders attack. THC II received multiple goals from Russ Thompson and single helpers from Rich Allen, Chris Malloy, J.P Harabourne, and Dave Sochting to help crush the second place Islanders team. THC II team only allowed 4 goals against throughout the playoffs including 3 shutouts and scored 26 goals to solidify their dominance over their league opponents. With 3 Championships in the last 4 years the talented and hard working THC II team proved they are indeed a dynasty in South Delta men's hockey. 


Mud Bay  defeated T-Town Chiefs 2 -1 to capture the bronze medal game. The win capped off a remarkable playoff run by the last place Mud Bay team. The Animals were helped by goals from Andrew Hawchuk and Ron Kee.

Thanks to all who made it another successful season and the Executive looks forward to seeing everyone next year on and off the ice. Have a great summer.

Thursday, March 18
THC II Caps off Great Year with 2010 CHAMPIONSHIP !!!!

THC II men’s hockey team capped off a successful 2009/2010 regular season with a hard fought 4 – 2 victory over the Mud Bay Animals last Saturday. The first place and champion THC II team used a stalwart defence behind the exceptional goaltending of Doug “Stumpy” Shier to suffocate the Mud Bay attack. THC II received multiple goals from Sean Gurniak and single helpers from Kevin Wladichuk and Russ Thompson to help eliminate the second place Mud Bay team.


South Delta Islanders defeated T-Town Bastards 4 -1 to capture the bronze medal game. The win salvaged an otherwise poor regular season performance from last year’s Champions. The Islanders were also led by exceptional goaltending from Don Brown and timely goals from Cyle Lappin, Kevin Bruels, Carl Walker and Tim Wheatley.


Thanks to all who made it another successful season and the Executive looks forward to seeing everyone next year on and off the ice. Have a great summer.

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