Gingras, Lansdell playing for B.C.

Langley duo off to Calgary for Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup

Jesse Lansdell (left) is one of two Langley players who will represent Team B.C. at the U16 Western Canada Challenge Cup in Calgary.

A pair of Langley hockey players will try and help Team B.C. win gold at the Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup.

Luke Gingras and Jesse Lansdell are on the 20-player roster for Team B.C.

The tournament runs Oct. 31 to Nov. 4 in Calgary.

The pair of forwards, who currently play for the Valley West Hawks of the B.C. Major Midget Hockey League, are products of the Langley Minor Hockey Association.

Through the first 10 games of the MML season, Lansdell has two goals and seven assists while Gingras has four goals and two assists.

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