It was the thrill of a lifetime for some minor hockey players from Langley as they part in the annual Minor Hockey Weekend at Rogers Arena on Jan. 16 and 17. T

Langley Penguins skate at Rogers Arena

Langley hockey players received the NHL experience, playing a game at the home of the Vancouver Canucks

It was the thrill of a lifetime for some minor hockey players from Langley.

The Langley H4 Penguins were one of 28 teams — out of 600 who applied from around the province — chosen to take part in the annual Minor Hockey Weekend at Rogers Arena on Jan. 16 and 17.

The event is put on by the Canucks Centre for BC Hockey and BC Hockey.

The chosen teams got the big-game experience, complete with having the game on the big screen at Rogers Arena and a chance to check out the Vancouver Canucks’ locker room.


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