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Five off to Team BC hockey camp

A handful of local hockey players are off to camp.

Five Langley teens are among the 44 invited to Team BC’s U16 high performance camp, which runs July 8 to July 13 in Nanaimo.

Defenceman Jarret Tyszka and forward James Malm will suit up for Team Penguins and they will go up against Team Bruins’ goaltender Jordan Hollett, defenceman Alec Capstick and forward Conner Bruggen-Cate.

They were selected based on their play at the BC Cup back in April.

The final Team BC roster will represent the province at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, which run Feb. 13 to March 1.

All five began with the Langley Minor Hockey Association, with Hollett moving to the Okanagan Hockey Academy and Malm going to the Burnaby Winter Club.

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