New assistant coach for Bulldogs

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs are very proud to announce Alex Evin is being added to the coaching staff.

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs are very proud to announce Alex Evin is being added to the coaching staff as a fulltime assistant coach and goalie coach.

Evin spent the last two seasons as the Bulldogs part-time goalie coach while coaching the Selkirk College Saints in the BCIHL as a head coach in 2014/15 and an assistant coach the previous seasons.

Evin won three consecutive BCIHL championships with Selkirk College. In his five seasons with in the BCHL, Evin spent time with Powell River, Williams Lake, and Penticton, where he led the team to a Fred Page Cup Championship in 2008.

Over his BCHL career, he appeared in 221 games (including playoffs).

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