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|City||Chilliwack, British Columbia|
|League||British Columbia Hockey League|
|Home arena||Chilliwack Coliseum|
|Colours||Maroon, tan, white |
|General manager||Brian Maloney|
|Head coach||Brian Maloney|
The Chilliwack Chiefs are a junior "A" ice hockey team based in Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada. They are members of the Mainland Division of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). They play their home games at Chilliwack Coliseum which was vacated after the Chilliwack Bruins of the Western Hockey League (WHL) were sold and moved to Victoria, where they became known as the Victoria Royals.
The franchise, originally the Quesnel Millionaires, started out in the Peace Cariboo Junior Hockey League (PCJHL) in 1975. The Millionaires are the 1977, 1978, 1979, and 1987 PCJHL Champions. They also won the 1977, 1978, and 1979 Cyclone Taylor Cup Championships. In 1996, the Millionaires moved to the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL).
On May 9, 2011, the BCHL approved the sale of the Millionaires to the Chiefs Development Group in Chilliwack. The former Chiefs franchise was renamed the Langley Rivermen in preparation for the Millionaires' move to Chilliwack to become the Chiefs.
Note: GP = Games Played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, Pts = Points
|2011–12||60||33||22||2||3||194||196||71||8th BCHL||Lost in Division Semifinals, 2–4 (Vees)|
|2012–13||56||33||21||3||3||182||153||68||2nd Mainland||Lost in Division Finals, 3–0 (Eagles)|
|2013–14||58||14||37||2||5||197||285||31||5th Mainland||Did not qualify|
|2014–15||58||37||17||1||3||215||184||78||1st Mainland||Lost Semifinal Round-robin, 0–3 (Vees, Clippers)|
|2015–16||58||38||13||4||3||249||155||83||1st of 6, Mainland
2nd of 17, BCHL
|Won Div. Semifinals, 4–0 (Express)|
Won Div. Finals, 4–1 (Wild)
Won Semifinal Round-robin (Warriors, Clippers)
Lost League Finals, 2–4 (Warriors)
|2016–17||58||41||11||6||0||243||165||88||2nd of 6, Mainland
2nd of 17, BCHL
|Won Div. Semifinals, 4–2 (Rivermen)|
Won Div. Finals, 4–0 (Wild)
Won League Semifinals, 4–2 (Grizzlies)
Lost League Finals, 3–4 (Vees)
|2017–18||58||26||26||3||3||170||183||58||4th of 5, Mainland
12th of 17, BCHL
|Lost Div. Semifinals, 3–4 (Spruce Kings)|
|2018–19||58||42||15||—||1||209||169||85||1st of 5, Mainland
1st of 17, BCHL
|Won First Round, 4–3 (Rivermen)|
Lost Second Round, 0–4 (Spruce Kings)
|2019–20||58||26||21||0||11||192||172||63||2nd of 5, Mainland
10th of 17, BCHL
|Lost First Round, 3–4 (Eagles)|
Western Canada Cup
Western Canada Championships: BCHL – AJHL – SJHL – MJHL – Host
Round-robin play with 1st vs. 2nd - winner advance to National Championship & loser to runner-up game
3rd vs. 4th in 2nd semifinal winner to runner-up game loser eliminated.
Runner-up game determines 2nd representative to National Championship.
WCC competition began after the 2013 season.
|Year||Round-robin||Record||Standing||Semifinal||Gold medal Game||Runner-up game|
|2017[a]||L, Brooks Bandits, 2–5
W, Portage Terriers, 2–1
W, Penticton Vees, 4–2
L, Battlefords North Stars, 0–3
|2–0–2–0||2nd of 5||—||L, Brooks Bandits, 1–6||L, Penticton Vees, 2–3|
- Penticton BCHL champions and WCC hosts. Therefore, Chiliwack advances to WCC as BCHL representative.
Canadian Jr. A National Championships
Dudley Hewitt Champions – Central, Fred Page Champions – Eastern, Doyle Cup Champion – Pacific, ANAVET Cup Champion – Western, and Host
Round-robin play with top four in semifinal games and winners to finals.
|Standing||Semifinal||Gold medal game|
|OTL, Wenatchee Wild (Pacific) 1–2
OTW, Ottawa Jr. Senators (Eastern) 4–3
W, Wellington Dukes (Central) 2–0
W, Steinbach Pistons (Western) 4–1
|2–1–1–0||2nd of 5||W, Ottawa Jr. Senators 3–2||W, Wellington Dukes 4–2|
RBC Cup Champions
- "MALONEY NAMED CHIEFS' COACH FOR RBC CUP AND BEYOND". JuniorHockey.com. 4 May 2018.