Ex-Chilliwack Chief back in BC

Jaret Babych has returned home after one season down south and will play university hockey in Burnaby this fall.

Jaret Babych is back in BC.

The ex-Chilliwack Chief and son of ex-National Hockey League defenceman Dave Babych has surfaced on the roster of the Simon Fraser University Clansmen.

The Clan play in the BC Intercollegiate Hockey League, a five team circuit that includes the Trinity Western Spartans, Victoria Vikes, Eastern Washington Eagles and Selkirk College Saints.

Babych, who spent three seasons (2011-14) with the Chiefs, played last season at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, where he collected nine goals and 14 points in 21 games for the NCAA division-three Corsairs.

His new team includes one familiar face.

Ex-Chiefs goalie Lyndon Stanwood transferred to SFU over the summer after spending 2014-15 with the NCAA division-three Lake Forest College Foresters.

Get more info online at sfuhockey.com

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