BCHL selects officials for Fred Page Cup final

The junior A circuit has their best referees and linesmen on the ice for Prince George vs Vernon.

If you’re wondering who the best men in stripes are in the BCHL, seeing who’s assigned to officiate the Fred Page Cup final is a good indicator.

The league has announced who will oversee the action between the Prince George Spruce Kings and Vernon Vipers in what is sure to be a chippy best-of-seven series.

BCHL Director of Officiating Brad Lazarowich has selected four referees; Jeff Eden, Trevor Nolan, Ward Pateman and Troy Paterson.

They’re to be joined by six linesmen; Nick Albinati, Riley Balson, Anthony Maletta, Dustin Minty, Chris Van Deventer and Cody Wanner.

The Spruce Kings host games one and two of the finals Friday and Saturday night in Prince George, with games three and four going Tuesday and Wednesday in Vernon.

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