PJHL’s top prospects hit the ice

Langley well represented at junior B top prospects game in Abbotsford

Despite the best efforts of a handful of junior B hockey players, the Harold Brittain Prospects were on the losing end of a 4-2 score to the Tom Shaw Prospects.

The players were taking part in the Pacific Junior Hockey League’s top prospects game on Monday night at Abbotsford’s MSA Arena.

Five Langley hockey players as well as three others who play for the Langley Knights, took part in the contest.

Goaltender Naythan Lange — who also plays for the Knights — stopped 13 of the 14 shots he faced in just under half a game.

Knights defenceman Ante Mustapic, as well as teammate Nathan McCarnan, had one point each with Mustapic scoring one of the team’s two goals.

Langley’s Baylee Wright — a forward for the Mission City Outlaws — also had an assist.

Langley’s Cole McEwen, a defenceman for the Grandview Steelers, was on the winning side in the game.

Other Langley players in the contest were forwards Brady Morton (Abbotsford Pilots) and Ryleigh Anderson (Aldergrove Kodiaks) as well as the Knights’ Raemon Grewal.

 

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