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Introducing...2014-15 january.2015

CONTENTS Peninsula Panthers



Jr. Hockey Club


Michael FRANK

Goaltender - 1996

A Fresh New Look

See pg. 36

The Peninsula Panthers Hockey Club play in the nine-team Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League and partake in a 48-game Regular Season schedule. The League is comprised of two Divisions of five and four teams. The Panthers compete in the South Division Peninsula and this includes Kerry Park Islanders, Saanich Braves, Victoria Cougars and the Westshore Wolves. The North Division include the Campbell River Storm, Comox Valley Glacier Kings, Nanaimo Buccaneers and the Oceanside Generals. The Peninsula Panthers Mission Statement can be found on the Club’s website. It is the goal of the Team to develop young hockey players in order that they have the opportunity to move to the next level in hockey and beyond. This goal has been clearly established by the current ownership group and goes back as far as 1999 when Pete and Coreen Zubersky purchased the Club from Mark Wagstaff. John Wilson, who also owns Wilson’s Transportation, is now part of the ownership team and he too believes that the


Goaltender - 1997


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philosophy, started by the Zubersky’s back in the late 1990s, trumps all. The Panthers’ owners are entirely committed to giving individuals o Peninsula an opportunity to play the game at the Junior level - kids who otherwise have had the opportunity. The players range in age from 16 to "Kissed by the Sun" many have dreams and goals of competing in the Western Hockey Leag “A”, the NCAA or Professional Hockey. Many young players who have Photo By or two on the team have gone on to play at much higher levels including Dee Woodhead Hockey League. Perhaps the most well-known player to go through the none other than Jamie Benn, an Olympic Gold Medal winner with the C Men’s Hockey Team this past winter and currently Captain of the Dallas brother Jordie also played for the Panthers and plays on Defence for the Stars. Both Benn boys played minor hockey out here on the Peninsula. Come watch the stars of the future - join the Panthers every Friday entertainment value is excellent and the Club appreciates the ever so im support of our community. See you on Friday night. @

Financial Experts

Planning 8 for Now 9 Krista Scotvold Talks Family Finances

Brett SJERVEN Koby HALE Grayden HOHL Defence - 1994 Forward Forward - 1996 Planning for- 1997 Your Legacy Janice Henshaw Discusses Planned Giving

Central Saanich Lions Club Gives Back $45,915 Raised for Hospital Foundation



Planning For Care Hunter FRAMPTON Ben MEYERINK Jordan Our Aging and UsLAW Defence - 1996 ForwardParents - 1996 Forward - 1995

Panorama Recreation Centre




DEPARTMENTS Trade Student Spotlight

What's Happening Sudoku

vs. Comox Valley Glacier Kings vs. Saanich Braves

Forward - 1997

In Good Health

Salish Sea News

vs. Campbell River Storm

Trevor OWENS

Forward - 1998


In Good Health

vs. Nanaimo Buccaneers


seaside homes

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Puck drops at 7:30 p.m. Fridays

vs. Kerry Park Islanders

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COLUMNS 8 First Word centre Grey Matters 33 Island Dish 39 Ignition 46 West Coast Gardener 47 On Design 55 Last Word

24 New & Noteworthy centre Friends & Neighbours 25 Seaside Arts Scene 34 Peninsula Restaurant Profile 40 Trendspotting

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Can We Talk


Forward - 1994

UPCOMING home games



26 Kiefer EVANS Forward - 1995



Seaside Magazine January 2015 Issue  

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Seaside Magazine January 2015 Issue  

Think of our publication as an extra dimension of our community space, a place where the West Coast culture is treasured and celebrated. We’...