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Female Midget AAA all stars

BC Hockey has announced the rosters for the third annual Female Midget AAA all-star game.

The all-star game will be held Sunday, Dec. 18 at the Langley Events Centre at 7 p.m.

The special game is part of the FMAAA league weekend, which is being held in the Lower Mainland from Dec. 17–19.

There were 40 players (12 defensemen, 24 forwards and four goaltenders) selected from the five Female Midget AAA teams in B.C. Players were selected based on their on-ice and off-ice performance by the all-star game selection committee.

An exciting component of the all-star game is the skills competition that will be held for the participating all star players during the game’s intermissions, including a fastest skater and shoot out competition.

Several teammates from the Fraser Valley Phantom were chosen for the game including two players from Langley.

On Team White are Fraser Valley Phantom players Jodi Gentile (defence), Michelle Toor (defence), Hailey Smyl (forward) and Langley’s own Alexandra Frisk (goalie).

On Team Blue are Fraser Valley Phantom players Brittany Kimber (defence), Madison Sands (defence), Brianna Keats (forward), Payge Pena (forward), Mackenzie Wong (forward), Caitlin Younger (forward) and Chelsea Wilson (forward) of Langley.

The Female Midget AAA League began in 2007 to provide an opportunity for elite female hockey players to come together to challenge other elite female midget teams.

The Fraser Valley Team is joined by the  Vancouver Fusion, the Prince George Cougars, the Kootenay Wildcats and the Thompson-Okanagan Rockets.

The Phantoms are currently leading the 2011-2012 season 12-0.

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