BCHL extra: Junior A fans can vote for favourites

The junior A BCHL is hosting fan voting at www.bchl.ca, allowing fans to vote for their favourite goalies, forwards and defencemen.

For the first time, BCHL hockey fans can make their opinions known on all the league’s players and coaches with the introduction of the FortisBC Fan Favourites survey.

By visiting bchl.ca and clicking the FortisBC Fan Favourites graphic, fans can vote for their favourite goalies, defencemen, forwards and coaches. This survey includes the names of each and every player currently in the league.

In addition, there are handy energy tips from FortisBC placed alongside each category.

“Our fans are known for their knowledge and passion for the game so we’re excited about what we’ll learn with from this survey,” said BCHL executive director Dave Sales. “What’s unique about this is that all players, from the top veterans to rookies, are eligible to receive votes.”

Voting runs until March 11, which is the end of the regular season.

Results will be made public March 14.

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