Message to Fans Schedule Tickets Host Community Host Venue Accommodations Scout Package
BCHL History Smart Hockey Mission Statement Future Players League Office Team Information BCHL Links BCHL Cares Careers
League Stats:
 » Standings
 » League Leaders
 » Special Teams
 » Player Streaks
 » Attendance
 » Player Search
Team Stats:
 » Alberni Valley
 » Chilliwack
 » Coquitlam
 » Cowichan Valley
 » Langley
 » Merritt
 » Nanaimo
 » Penticton
 » Powell River
 » Prince George
 » Salmon Arm
 » Surrey
 » Trail
 » Vernon
 » Victoria
 » West Kelowna
BCHL Scoreboard League Schedule Broadcast Information BCHL on TEAM Radio
News & Features Commitments Transactions Discipline Photo Gallery BCHL Video
About Current Issue Subscriptions Advertising
Scouts Media
BCHL Trophies Fred Page Cup Doyle Cup RBC Royal Bank Cup
University and College  Information and Resources BCHL/Vancouver Canuck  Alumni Scholarships College Commitments BCHL Graduates Smart Hockey Video Education Directors Education Links
Recent Headlines
(08/21/2014) Former Vipers goalie Hammond attracting attention with mask design
(08/20/2014) Bulldogs graduated forward Georgeson commits to UBC Thunderbirds
(08/19/2014) CHL camp checklist keeps young players eligible for NCAA hockey
(08/18/2014) Incoming Smokies forward Johnson locks up future with Air Force
(08/15/2014) Trio of BCHL grads ink pro contracts with AHL teams
Go To Archives
Penguins nab Kings netminder Maguire in fourth round
Saturday, June 23, 2012 - Submitted by BCHL Media

The 2011-12 season will always be a special one for Powell River Kings goalie Sean Maguire.

First, the Powell River native backstopped Team Canada West to a gold medal at the World Junior A Challenge in November in Langley, then he earned an NCAA scholarship to Boston University and he capped the campaign Saturday by being chosen by the Pittburgh Penguins in the fourth round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.

Maguire, a 1993-born netminder, posted a 17-12-1 mark this season to complement a 2.33 goals-against average, a .913 save percentage and three shutouts. He also led BCHL goalies with four assists.

The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Maguire was a two-time winner of the Wally Forslund Trophy for being part of the top BCHL goalie tandem, winning in 2010-11 with Michael Garteig and this past season with Jonah Imoo.

For the Penguins, this is the second BCHL goalie product they've brought into their organization as they signed Brad Thiessen as a free agent out of Northeastern University in 2009. Thiessen made his NHL debut this season with the Pens.

Maguire joins fellow Boston University recruit and 2012 NHL draft pick Wesley Myron, who was taken in the sixth round by the Canucks, next season at BU.

 
 
Academics & Hockey

(click above for videos)
Which BCHL alum is most likely to make an NHL debut this season?
  Mat Bodie, New York Rangers
  Darcy Zajac, New Jersey Devils
  Curtis McKenzie, Dallas Stars
  Mark Zengerle, Detroit Red Wings
  Kellen Jones, Edmonton Oilers
  Connor Jones, Edmonton Oilers
  Dan Carr, Montreal Canadiens
  Josh Manson, Los Angeles Kings
  Braden Pimm, Washington Capitals
VIEW RESULTS

© 2014, BRITISH COLUMBIA HOCKEY LEAGUE. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Hosting, Registration & Administration Tools By:
Sports Administration & Management, Online Registration, Stores, Professional Websites for Amateur Sports Teams, Leagues, Tournaments & Associations