High five: Langley well represented at PJHL all-star game

Five local hockey players hit the ice at league's showcase event; nine others set to play in Prospects Game Jan. 30

Five Langley hockey players suited up in the PJHL all-star game, but their team was on the losing end of the score.

Aldergrove Kodiaks forwards Quinncy Leroux and Eric Callegari, Abbotsford Pilots forwards Brady Mortan and Kellan Lavallee and Ridge Meadows Flames defeceman Ryan Wellburn were on the roster for the Harold Brittain Conference.

The team lost 16-10 to the Tom Shaw Conference all-stars on Monday at the Burnaby Winter Club.

And nine other Langley hockey players will get the chance to hit the ice later this month (Jan. 30) at the Mission Leisure Centre as part of the PJHL Prospects Game.

Ryleigh Anderson and Clayton Schroeder, who play for Aldergrove, Abbotsford’s Corbin Genge and Noah Giesbrecht, Mathew Melanson and Brendan Black of Ridge Meadows, and Surrey Knights’ Quintan Morley are on the Harold Brittain Conference roster.

All are forwards except for Giesbrecht, who is a goalie.

The Tom Shaw roster features a pair of Delta Ice Hawks: forward Jonathan Stein, who is from Langley, and goaltender Jordan Naylor, who is from Aldergrove.

 

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