Giancarlo Nadeau

It’s time for hockey! It’s the final game of the month and the final meeting at Harry Jerome for the North Vancouver Wolf Pack and the Port Moody Panthers. Tonight’s game is set for 7:00 pm.





General Manager: Brian Wiebe

Head Coach: Terry Morrison 

Assistant Coach: Declan Lau

Assistant Coach: Naveen Kainth


Record: 15-24-2-2

Road Record: 11-6-2-0

Last Game: A 4-2 win in Port Coquitlam last night.

Goals For/Goals Against: 119 GF/161 GA (-42)

Power Play: 29/190  (15.26%)

Penalty Kill: 31/172 (81.98%)


Leading Scorers: Connor Hughes (39GP – 24G – 38A – 62PTS), Ty Balchen (43GP – 25G – 26A – 51PTS), Matthew Kim (39GP – 4G – 25A – 29PTS)



The Panthers defeated the Port Coquitlam Trailblazers 4-2 on the road. Ty Balchen had points on three of the Panthers goals. The North Vancouver product had two goals (24, 25) and an assist. The Panthers’ power play went 1/1, and their penalty kill was 4/6.



  • The Panthers have a better record on the road (8-11-2-1) than at home (7-13-0-1).
  • Port Moody has taken more penalties on the road (92) than at home (80).
  • Tonight’s contest will be the first at Harry Jerome for Carter Dickson since being traded from the Wolf Pack.
  • The Panthers have four games left on their regular season schedule after tonight, with three set to be played at home. The Panthers finish the season in Grandview on February 11.
  • The Panthers are 4-6-0-0 in their past ten games.





General Manager: Matt Samson

Head Coach: Mike Borrelli

Assistant Coaches: Matt Samson, Elias Godoy, Nathan Haaksma

Leadership Group: JJ Pickell (C), Ryan Hunter (A), Corson Penman (A), Matthew Carniel (A)


Record: 26-14-2-1

Home Record: 15-5-0-1

Last Game: A 6-1 loss in Richmond on Thursday.

Goals For/Goals Against: 178 GF/147 GA (+31)

Power Play: 41/210 (19.52%) 

Penalty Kill: 47/213 (77.93%)


Leading Scorers: JJ Pickell (43GP – 39G – 35A – 74PTS), Rylan Oatman (42GP – 19G – 49A – 68PTS), Matthew Carniel (42GP – 35G – 28A – 63PTS)



  • JJ Pickell (43GP – 39G – 35A – 74PTS) has tied the 74 points he had last season. 
  • Pickell needs four goals to become the franchise record holder in goals.
  • Pickell needs four points to become the franchise record holder in points.
  • Captain Pickell leads the league in goals (39) in 43 games. 
  • The Alberta boy is on a 20-game point streak.
  • The left-shot forward has six game-winning goals.



  • Matthew Carniel was the only Wolf who could find the back of the net in Richmond on Thursday.
  • North Vancouver has four power-play goals on their past 20 attempts.
  • North Vancouver sits third in the league in Penalty minutes with 939.
  • North Van has had the most power-play opportunities in the league, with 210.
  • The Wolf Pack are second in the league with eight shorthanded goals against.
  • The Wolf Pack are 8-2-0-0 in the past ten games.
  • Rylan Oatman (42-19-49-68) has an eight-point lead amongst all PJHL rookies.
  • Matthew Carniel leads the league with 13 power-play goals.
  • Corson Penman leads the league with three short-handed goals.



  • North Vancouver was 3-1 against Port Moody last season
  • The Wolf Pack are currently 3-1 against the Panthers, winning 5-2 on October 22, 4-3 on November 26, and 5-2 on January 21, but lost 5-4 on December 28.
  • The season series will conclude next Sunday in Port Moody.
  • North Van has gone 16-2-0-0 against the Panthers for the past five seasons.
  • The Wolf Pack lost their last game, while the Panthers won theirs.
  • Seven goals have been scored between these two teams in three separate games.
  • Thirty goals have been scored between these two teams during the first four meetings of the season (18 NV – 12 PM).
  • Both teams have lost twice in overtime.



It’s been less than one week since the Wolf Pack defeated the Port Moody Panthers 5-2 on the road. Five players scored for the Wolf Pack (Penman, Reed, Pickell, Dolan, Aujla), while Hughes and Chong got the two markers for the Panthers. 



NV: hosts Grandview next Saturday.

PM: hosts Delta next Saturday.