Peninsula Panthers

Gordon Lee has been the Peninsula Panthers’ photographer since 1999. (Photo courtesy of Peninsula Panthers)

Long-time Peninsula Panthers’ photographer remembered as a true professional

Gordon Lee was a fixture in the Greater Victoria sports scene

 

Recently acquired 19-year-old Ashton Luken stopped 15 shots during the Panthers’ 6-5 overtime loss to the Victoria Cougars Sunday night. (Photo by Tina Doehnel)

Peninsula Panthers claw a point off Victoria Cougars in narrow loss

The Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League team is also dealing with a rash of injuries

 

The Peninsula Panthers, here in action on the road against the expansion Port Alberni Bombers, played four games in six days in the past week. This game ended in a 4-3 loss, after the Panthers led the Bombers 3-0. (Photo by Kaicee Trott)

Peninsula Panthers round out busy week with win over Saanich Predators

Panthers lose two close games vs. Comox Valley, watch 3-0 lead dissolve in Port Alberni

 

Theodore St. Denis had one goal and one assist as the Peninsula Panthers defeated the Nanaimo Buccaneers 6-0 Friday at Panorama Recreation Centre. The Panthers then beat the Kerry Park Islanders 5-4 Saturday night on the right. (Photo courtesy of the Peninsula Panthers)

Peninsula Panthers on the right edge with two victories over the weekend

VIJHL team first beats Nanaimo Buccaneers at home, then Kerry Park Islanders on the road

Theodore St. Denis had one goal and one assist as the Peninsula Panthers defeated the Nanaimo Buccaneers 6-0 Friday at Panorama Recreation Centre. The Panthers then beat the Kerry Park Islanders 5-4 Saturday night on the right. (Photo courtesy of the Peninsula Panthers)
Ryan Grambart (24) carries the puck Friday night at Panorama Recreation Centre, where the Peninsula Panthers dropped a 6-4 game against the Kerry Park Islanders after having led 4-1. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)

Peninsula Panthers still looking for consistency after first month of VIJHL season

Panthers lose 6-4 against Kerry Park Islanders after beating Nanaimo Buccaneers 14-1

Ryan Grambart (24) carries the puck Friday night at Panorama Recreation Centre, where the Peninsula Panthers dropped a 6-4 game against the Kerry Park Islanders after having led 4-1. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)
Peninsula defenceman Matthew Seale finds himself sandwiched between Victoria Cougars players during the Panthers 4-1 loss Friday in North Saanich. The Cougars won the teams’ season opener 9-3 the night before in Esquimalt. (Photo by Gordon Lee)

Victoria Cougars dampen Panthers’ lofty expectation for VIJHL season start

Cougars post 9-3, 4-1 wins over the Panthers in opening junior B hockey weekend

Peninsula defenceman Matthew Seale finds himself sandwiched between Victoria Cougars players during the Panthers 4-1 loss Friday in North Saanich. The Cougars won the teams’ season opener 9-3 the night before in Esquimalt. (Photo by Gordon Lee)
Payton Braun (in blue), seen here in exhibition action against the Westshore Wolves, is a new addition to the Peninsula Panthers, who open their Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League season with back-to-back games against the Victoria Cougars, including Friday’s home opener at Panorama Recreation Centre. (Photo by Gordon Lee)

Panthers GM expects big things for Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League season

Peninsula and Victoria Cougars play home-and-home Sept. 9-10

Payton Braun (in blue), seen here in exhibition action against the Westshore Wolves, is a new addition to the Peninsula Panthers, who open their Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League season with back-to-back games against the Victoria Cougars, including Friday’s home opener at Panorama Recreation Centre. (Photo by Gordon Lee)
Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League has eyed Jan. 15 as a return date to action, pending provincial announcements. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)
Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League has eyed Jan. 15 as a return date to action, pending provincial announcements. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)
Andrew Rocha stopped 38 shots, but his performance was not enough as the Panthers conceded five goals, including an empty-netter, en route to losing Game 1 of their South Division final against the Victoria Cougars. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)

Peninsula Panthers drop opening game of playoff series against Victoria Cougars

Cougars outshot the Panthers 43 to 22 en route to winning 5-2

Andrew Rocha stopped 38 shots, but his performance was not enough as the Panthers conceded five goals, including an empty-netter, en route to losing Game 1 of their South Division final against the Victoria Cougars. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)
Panthers’ Riley Braun and Hunter Jensen celebrate a goal during Wednesday’s 4-3 victory over the Westshore Wolves. The Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL) club can clinch its spot in the league’s semi-finals against the Victoria Cougars with a victory against the Wolves Friday at Panorama Recreation Centre, with the puck dropping at 7:30 p.m. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)

Peninsula Panthers one win from clinching playoff series against Westshore Wolves

Tanner Wort wins it for the Panthers in double-overtime after club kills off major penalty

Panthers’ Riley Braun and Hunter Jensen celebrate a goal during Wednesday’s 4-3 victory over the Westshore Wolves. The Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League (VIJHL) club can clinch its spot in the league’s semi-finals against the Victoria Cougars with a victory against the Wolves Friday at Panorama Recreation Centre, with the puck dropping at 7:30 p.m. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)
Panther Luc Pelletier (#26) levels the Cougars’ Matthew Clarke (#12) in VIJHL action last Friday night at the Panorama Recreation Centre as the Panthers outplayed the Cougars, but still lost 2-0. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)

Peninsula Panthers lose against Victoria Cougars, focus on playoffs

With four games left, the club will play two straight home games, starting Friday

Panther Luc Pelletier (#26) levels the Cougars’ Matthew Clarke (#12) in VIJHL action last Friday night at the Panorama Recreation Centre as the Panthers outplayed the Cougars, but still lost 2-0. (Gordon Lee/Submitted)
Panther Riley Braun had three assists in a 6-0 win Friday night against the Kerry Park Islanders (Gordon Lee/Submitted)

Peninsula Panthers lose against Victoria Cougars after drubbing Kerry Park

Head coach Brad Tippett says some players were passengers in game against Victoria

Panther Riley Braun had three assists in a 6-0 win Friday night against the Kerry Park Islanders (Gordon Lee/Submitted)
#29 Jake Gajda was upended on Friday night after running into Wolves’ defenceman #55 Nevan Flay. Gajda and his mates clawed out a 3-0 Panthers win. (Gordon Lee Photography)

Panthers extend home win streak to 4

Hockey club looks to up win streak to five Friday night at Panorama

  • Oct 15, 2018
#29 Jake Gajda was upended on Friday night after running into Wolves’ defenceman #55 Nevan Flay. Gajda and his mates clawed out a 3-0 Panthers win. (Gordon Lee Photography)