Senators Hockey is a popular sport in BC and in the Lower Mainland.
It’s not as popular as the NHL or Major League Baseball in BC, but the sport is still very popular.
The Senators hockey team is the best in the world, according to the NHL’s stats, with a record of 488-182-27.
Hockey is also a sport in other parts of the country, including Calgary and Edmonton.
In BC, there is a hockey team, a men’s hockey team and a women’s hockey program.
There is also an outdoor rink.
It is known as Hockeytown, and it is in the community of South Surrey.
It was founded in 1986.
It has become one of the best hockey teams in the country.
The team is led by head coach David Wolk, who is also the president of Hockeytown and one of Canada’s best players.
He has coached the NHL champions the New York Islanders for more than a decade.
He also has played for the Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks, Winnipeg Jets, Edmonton Oilers and St. Louis Blues.
The NHL is a game in which goalies must score at least one goal and score at no more than two goals.
Goalies are awarded points based on a system called Corsi.
The more goals you score, the more points you get.
The league has a scoring average of 1.17 goals per game.
It also has an average save percentage of .903.
The top scorer in the NHL is Sidney Crosby, who has 12,826 points.
Crosby has won four Stanley Cups and the Conn Smythe Trophy.
The only other player in the league with more points is Mike Richter.
Richter won three Cups with the New Jersey Devils.
The number one goaltender in the history of the NHL was Bob Probert, who played for five teams, including the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Penguins and St Louis Blues from 1986-92.
The Pittsburgh Penguins won three Stanley Cups in the 1970s.
Richter is the only goalie to win three consecutive Stanley Cups, but that doesn’t make him the best goaltender in NHL history.
The best goalie to do that is Roberto Luongo, who won five straight Cups with Tampa Bay.
Luongo has the record for wins by a goalie in a single season at 6,547, which includes his best season with the Jets in 2014-15.
The most NHL wins by an NHL goaltender was the 2007-08 Detroit Red Wings, who had the record with 11.