Chilliwack Minor Hockey standout wins gold at BC Hockey tournament

Ethan Bowen and Zach Feaver finished 2-3 in scoring at the provincial U-15 tourney, with Feaver leading his Penguins to top spot.

Chilliwack’s Zack Feaver helped his Penguins to a first place finish at last weekend’s BC Hockey U-15 Provincial tournament.

Feaver was one of four Chilliwackians invited to play in the eight-team showcase, leading his crew to an unbeaten record in four games. His Penguins captured gold with a 4-1 win over the Wild on Sunday at the Olympic Oval in Richmond.

The Chilliwack Minor Hockey product scored twice and had seven points to finish third in tournament scoring. Another Chilliwack native, Ethan Bowen, played for the fourth place Avalanche, matched him by tallying three goals and seven points in three outings.

Bowen’s team fell 6-3 to the Bruins in the bronze medal match, with Mackenzie Barton-Paquette suiting up for the victors.

Simon Newton tended goal for the eighth-place Kings, playing 112 minutes over two games.

The event featured included 160 players who were selected based on their performances at regional camps earlier in the year.

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