Chilliwack skaters play in Pacific Junior Hockey League all-star game

Keaton Dyck and Davin Padgham were chosen to play in the junior B circuit’s showcase game.

The Pacific Junior B Hockey League held its annual all-star game Monday night in Maple Ridge, with two Chilliwackians hitting the ice.

Goaltender Keaton Dyck and defenceman Davin Padgham represented the Harold Brittain Conference All-Stars as they fell 14-11 to the Tom Shaw Conference All-Stars.

Dyck is one of nine Chilliwack players on the active or affiliate roster of the Abbotsford Pilots.

In 26 appearances this season the 19 year old stopper has posted 18 wins with a 2.54 goals-against average and .913 save percentage.

In his final season with the Aldergrove Kodiaks, Padgham is putting up insane numbers.

The defenceman leads his team in scoring with 12 goals and 45 points in 33 games, which puts him 10th in PJHL scoring.

The next highest scoring blueliner in the 12 team league is Richmond’s Jacob Keremidschieff with 35 points.

Padgham needs one more point to match his career best of 46 set last season.

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