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Stars stop Avalanche in final

Three members of the Langley Minor Hockey Association — Jordan Hollett, Alec Capstick and Dash Thompson — helped the Stars win the U16 B.C. Cup in Salmon Arm. Altogether, nine players from the LMHA took part in the tournament. - photo courtesy of B.C. Hockey Association
Three members of the Langley Minor Hockey Association — Jordan Hollett, Alec Capstick and Dash Thompson — helped the Stars win the U16 B.C. Cup in Salmon Arm. Altogether, nine players from the LMHA took part in the tournament.
— image credit: photo courtesy of B.C. Hockey Association

Three members of the Langley Minor Hockey Association came home victorious from the under-16 B.C. Cup tournament in Salmon Arm.

Goaltender Jordan Hollett and defencemen Alec Capstick and Dash Thompson were on Team Stars, which defeated Team Avalanche 4-0 in the championship game on Sunday at Salmon Arm’s Shaw Centre.

The Avalanche featured Langley’s Logan Hunter.

Altogether, nine LMHA players were among the 160 players invited to the four-day tournament.

Based on what they saw at the BC Cup, the coaches and scouts while announce the invitees fro the U16 provincial team camp in the next two weeks.

That camp will be held July 9 to 13 in Nanaimo.

Other Langley players who competed over the weekend in Salmon Arm include: Jarret Tyszka, David Laurin, Braedon Fleming, Conner Bruggen-Cate and James Malm.

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