Langley Rivermen defenceman Viktor Dombrovskiy (left) battles Penticton Vees’ forward Anthony Conti during a game at the Langley Events Centre on Oct. 19. Dombrovskiy is in Calgary at the Canada West training camp as he hopes to land a roster spot on the team for the upcoming World Junior A Hockey Challenge in Nova Scotia.

Rivermen’s Dombrovskiy makes Canada West roster

Langley defenceman going for gold at World Junior A Hockey Challenge

The Langley Rivermen will have to do without the services of Viktor Dombrovskiy for the next four games as they defenceman has made the Canada West roster for the World Junior A Hockey Challenge.

<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p>extremely honoured to have been selected to represent Team Canada West. <a href=”;src=hash”>#GreatGuys</a> <a href=”;src=hash”>#NovaScotiaBound</a> <a href=”;src=hash”>#Excited</a></p>&mdash; Viktor Dombrovskiy  (@Dombrovskiy22) <a href=”″>October 30, 2013</a></blockquote>

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The tournament runs Nov. 4 to Nov. 10  in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

Dombrovskiy was one of seven defenceman to make the final roster. Twenty-three blue-liners were invited to the evaluation camp, which ran Oct. 26 to Oct. 30 in Calgary.

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