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1993-94: Back to the Valley, New Vision and Run to the Finals
In 1993, a large group of people in the community purchased the team with the vision of bringing the hockey club back to the Cowichan Valley. In 1993-94, the Cowichan Valley Capitals were re-born with a hard-working brand as the Capitals finished that first year back with a respectable 29-29-2 record. Their hard working style and intense work ethic helped the surprising Capitals to the BCHL Finals against the Kelowna Spartans, eventually losing the series in five games. This was the Capitals first trip to the BCHL Finals and, to date, their only appearance.
2019-2020 marks the 27th consecutive season that the Cowichan Valley Capitals have played in Duncan, and the team has qualified for the playoffs in 18 of the past 23 seasons.
The Capitals have had tremendous success in providing players with the tools to move to the next level. Since the 1993-94 season, more than 80 Capitals players have received scholarships to NCAA Division I or Division III programs.
The Cowichan Valley Capitals embrace and thank our fans for the support you provide each and every game at the Island Savings Centre.