LANGLEY, B.C. – The BCHL has launched a fan vote to fill out the remaining roster spots for the Jan. 21 outdoor 3-on-3 All-Star Tournament in Penticton, as part of the league’s 60th Anniversary event.

Last week, the initial 18 skaters were announced, but there are still four goalies and six more skaters needed to complete the rosters.

In total, 12 skaters and two goalies from each conference will be invited to the event, with each conference split into two teams.

After a vote was conducted between the 18 BCHL coaches, as well as the league’s Competition Committee, the players participating in the fan vote are:

Coastal Conference Skaters

Name Team Position
Jack Blanchett Powell River D
Owen Bohn Victoria F
Mateo Dixon Coquitlam F
Gavin Giesbrecht Coquitlam F
AJ Lacroix Chilliwack F
Massimo Lombardi Cowichan Valley F
Matthew Maltais Alberni Valley F
Ethan Mistry Nanaimo D
Aaron Schwartz Surrey F
Hoyt Stanley Victoria D
Tate Taylor Surrey D
Garrett Valk Langley D
Brody Waters Nanaimo F

Coastal Conference Goalies

Name Team
Oliver Auyeung-Ashton Victoria
Aidan Campbell Nanaimo
Ajeet Gundarah Langley
Eli Pulver Surrey

Interior Conference Skaters

Name Team Position
Tristan Allen Merritt D
Rhys Bentham Cranbrook D
David Hejduk Wenatchee D
Nathan Mackie Salmon Arm F
Linden Makow Prince George F
Josh Nadeau Penticton F
Isaiah Norlin West Kelowna D
Luke Pakulak Vernon F
Noah Quinn Cranbrook F
Nicholas Remissong Trail F
Michael Salandra West Kelowna F
Ean Somoza Wenatchee F
Aydar Suniev Penticton F

Interior Conference Goalies

Name Team
Nathan Airey Cranbrook
Luca Di Pasquo Penticton
Jordan Fairlie Prince George
Matthew Tovell Salmon Arm

Fans can vote from now until Friday, Nov. 25 at 4 p.m. PT, by visiting www.bchl.ca/fanvote.

The results of the fan vote will be unveiled on Tuesday, Nov. 29.


About the BCHL:


Sending more players on to Division I college hockey every season than any other hockey league in Canada, the BCHL has established itself as a national leader in the development of young student athletes. Considering approximately a third of today’s NHL is made up of NCAA alumni, the BCHL has become a breeding ground for some the sport’s most elite and successful players. In 2021-22 alone, there were 196 BCHL players who received scholarships to top schools in the U.S. and Canada, including 173 with NCAA Division I commitments. The BCHL is also a leader in player safety, with a full-time Department of Player Safety, the toughest rules on fighting in North American junior hockey, as well as a league-wide independent Safe Sport Officer and an individual Athlete Advocate assigned to all 18 teams.


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Media Contact:


Jesse Adamson
Manager, Communications & Events
BC Hockey League