Chilliwack Minor Hockey stars invited to B.C. Cup

The B.C. Hockey event brings together some of the top U-16 players in the province.

Four Chilliwack Minor Hockey skaters will play in the Male U-16 B.C. Cup, April 19-23 in Salmon Arm.

The province’s top players in that age group have been split into eight teams for the tournament.

Reid Dunham will suit up at forward for team Black while Ethan Willoughby plays defence for Team Green. Blake Bryce will man the blueline for Team White with Brendan Williamson up front.

The Chilliwack four are among 145 invited to the B.C. Cup based on their performance at regional camps.

A strong showing in Salmon Arm could catapult them on to B.C. Hockey’s 2017 provincial camp, being held July 11–16 at Shawnigan Lake School in Shawnigan Lake, BC.

The B.C. Cup is part of B.C. Hockey’s Program of Excellence.

See bchockey.net for more info.

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