Brooks and his Bruins settle for silver

Chilliwack Minor Hockey had four players among the best U-15 boys talent in the province.

Chilliwack’s Colby Brooks helped his team to a second place finish at the inaugural Male U-15 Provincial hockey tournament, held May 7-10 in Richmond.

Hosted by BC Hockey, the tourney brought together eight teams featuring the province’s best minor hockey talent.

Brooks played for the Bruins, who made it to the final before falling 5-2 to the Kings.

He had one goal and one assist in three games.

Chilliwack Minor Hockey products clashed in the bronze medal match, with Jackson Mainse helping his Penguins to a 5-1 win over Jason Bowen’s Wild.

Mainse collected one power play goal in four games while Bowen had two goals and a helper in four outings.

Dawson Penner played for the Stars, who whalloped the Avalanche 7-1 in a consolation game.

He had one goal and two assists in four games.

The weekend included Western Hockey League combine testing, practices and seminars, with major junior talent evaluators jotting down notes.

See bchockey.net for more information.