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Nine off to Salmon Arm for BC Cup

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Langley's James Malm (#28) chases the puck into the corner during a U16 evaluation camp held over the weekend at Langley Twin Rinks. Based on the play at the camp, Malm was one of nine Langley players selected to attend the U16 BC Cup April 17 to 20 in Salmon Arm.
— image credit: James Inglis/Langley Times

The Langley Minor Hockey Association will be well represented this weekend in Salmon Arm.

That is because nine of the 70 Lower Mainland roster spots for the next phase of Team BC’s evaluation for the U16 high performance team.

Players from around the Lower Mainland spent the weekend on the ice at Langley Twin Rinks at a U16 high performance regional camp.

Logan Hunter, Jarret Tyszka, David Laurin, Braedon Fleming, Conner Bruggen-Cate, Jordan Hollett, Alec Capstick, Dash Thompson and James Malm were all selected to play this week at the BC Cup at Salmon Arm’s Shaw Centre.

The Cup features the top 160 U16 players who will be divided into eight teams and play a round-robin tournament.

It runs April 17 to 20.

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