905-835-1186 211 Elgin St, Port Colborne, ON L3K 3K4

Ice Hockey

Coaches:  Mr. Coers

Overall Record:   4-3-0
Tryouts for varsity hockey team begin in November and are open to boys of all grades.    A team fee applies and must be paid prior to stepping on the ice.  Each player will receive a practice jersey and helmet sticker. Visit NRHSAA for schedule & Standings

2023 - 2024 Ice times at 3pm;
Friday Nov.  10th
ay Nov. 16th
Thursday Nov. 23rd  Exh vs SJB   W 5-4
Dec. 1    (The Dr. Biz Tournament all day)
Thursday Dec. 7th vs. Centennial L 5-1
Friday Dec. 15th vs. Westlane W 5-1
Tues. Dec 19th at 2:30

Thu. Jan 11th  at 3pm
Friday Jan 12th at Laura Secord
Tuesday Jan 16th at ELC
Friday Jan 19th
Friday Feb 2nd
Thursday Feb. 8 at Brebeuf
Friday Feb 9th vs Thorold

Thursday Feb 22rd
Friday March 1st


Hockey News:

Maple Leafs president offers kind words to PCHS team

Oct 23, 2020
Brendan Shanahan offers some words of wisdom

As the Port Colborne High School hockey team continues to rack up wins this season, the boys have scored some encouragement from none other than Brendan Shanahan.

"Your school has strong ties to the Toronto Maple Leafs as one of your alumni, Teeder Kennedy, is also one of our most esteemed alumni," wrote Shanahan in a letter sent to the team at the start of the hockey season.

Shanahan, a Hockey Hall of Fame inductee and president of the Leafs, encouraged the boys to have a good season, both on and off the ice.

"Enjoy the game. Enjoy your team. Enjoy your season. Be leaders on the ice but more importantly, be kind leaders in the hallways."

The team's teacher, Shawn Coers, happened to bump into a member of the Leafs staff late last year, and the conversation inevitably turned to Kennedy, the legendary hockey player from Port Colborne who was born in 1925 and spent 14 seasons playing for the Leafs, winning Stanley Cups in 1945, 1947, 1948, 1949 and 1951, a year he also won the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player. Kennedy retired from the NHL in 1955, but came back for 30 more games in 1956-57. He was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1966.

Kennedy died on Aug. 14, 2009, at age 83.

"We have a lot of big Leafs fans on the team," said Coers. "They thought it was pretty neat."

He particularly liked the idea of encouraging the boys to be exemplary role models for their peers, not just while playing hockey, but off the ice as well.

"I thought it was an excellent message and classy gesture," said Coers.

The team was off to a cracking start this season, and headed into last Thursday's game undefeated. But they couldn't keep the streak going, losing the game 3-1 to Jean Vanier.

by James Culic,  Port Colborne Leader


2023 - 2024 Roster

   #      Name    Pos     Grade 
91  Will Laur  10
24  Sawyer Kerrigan F 11
4 Braeden Kish (A) D 12 
1 Kobe Gravelle G  9
22  Dan Krueger (A) D 11
11 Wylde Winger  11 
18 Kalan Napper 11
34  Aidan Smith F  9
James Flagg (C) D 12
30 Ethan Miller G 12
3 Caiden Hardy  12
17  Alex Gillespie F 10
12  Connor Claire F 11
Teagan Arsenault
Jackson Montgomery    F 10
14  Cohen Labre D 10

Past MVP's
2022-2023  Cole Pelletier
2021-2022 Owen White 
2019-2020  Sam Tonelli
2018-2019  Connor Pelletier
2017-2018  Riley Lannan
2016-2017 Nick Bussi
2015-2016 Joe Busilli
2014-2015  Ryley Boisvenue
 2013-14  Jacob Roy
 2012-13  Ryley Boisvenue
2011-12  Owen Bellhumeur
2010-11  Chanze Thomas
2009-10  Jamie Chase
2006-07  Kevin Hodgkins
2005-06  Kris Dobrint
2004-05  Ryan Oskam
2003-04  Brendan Suess
2002-03  Darryl & Brendan Suess

Rookie of the Year
2022-2023  -
Kalan Napper
2021-2022  -
Braiden Kish
2019-2020 -
Owen Caldwell
- Nolan Lubeck

Past All-Stars
2014 - Jacob Roy, Ryley Boisvenue, Brayden Tworyczuk, Troy Terreberry

2015 - Ryley Boisvenue, Zack Piazza, Owen Benner

2019, 2022