Chilliwack goalie makes bid for Team B.C. roster spot

Kate Stuart is at a B.C. Hockey camp this weekend, looking for a spot at national championships.

Chilliwack goaltender Kate Stuart is in action this weekend at B.C. Hockey’s U-18 Selection Camp.

The camp is being held on the University of British Columbia campus. Stuart and 25 others are participating in on and off-ice activities and will play four exhibition games, two apiece against the UBC women’s team and the Chinese national team.

The first friendly match is tomorrow (Friday) at 10:30 a.m. vs China at the Protrans Arena, followed by a 7 p.m. date with UBC at the Father Bauer Arena.

Team B.C. and UBC will square off again Saturday afternoon, 2 p.m. at the Doug Mitchell Arena, and Team B.C. will face China once more Sunday morning, with an 11 a.m. start at the Doug Mitchell Arena.

Following the game on Saturday, players will be selected to represent their province at the 2017 Women’s U-18 National Championship, which is being held Nov. 1-5 in Quebec City, QC.

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