Chilliwack Minor Hockey stars among BC’s best

BC Hockey brings 160 of the top U-15 boys together for four days in early May.

Chilliwack will have four minor hockey products skating in BC Hockey’s 2015 Male U-15 Provincial Tournament.

It takes place in Richmond May 7–10, 2015.

The top 160 players in BC received invites based on their performance at evaluation camps that were held around the province in early April.

They are split up into eight teams.

Dawson Penner (forward) will skate for the Stars. Jackson Mainse (forward) will skate for  the Penguins. Colby Brooks (forward) joins the Bruins while Jason Bowen (forward) plays for the Wild.

The teams consist of players from four regions; North, Vancouver Island-Sunshine Coast, Okanagan/Kootenay, and Lower Mainland.

The weekend will consist of Western Hockey League (WHL) combine testing, practices, seminars and games.

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