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BC Players Invited to Canada’s Under-18 Selection Camp

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Seven BC born players have been invited to attend Hockey Canada’s National Under-18 Team Selection Camp at Calgary’s Father David Bauer Arena from August 1-6, 2008.

The camp will be used to finalize a 22 player roster who will represent Canada at the 2008 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka tournament, scheduled for August 12-16 in Piestany, Slovakai and Breclav, Czech Republic.  Canada has won gold at the tournament three of the past four years.

BC Born Players

Player

Height

Weight

Birthdate

Hometown

07-08 Team

Nathan Lieuwen

6’3”

174 lbs.

08/08/91

Abbotsford, BC

Westside (BCHL)

Stefan Elliot

6’0”

175 lbs.

01/30/91

North Vancouver, BC

Saskatoon (WHL)

Matt Mackenzie

6’1”

185 lbs.

11/15/91

Maple Ridge, BC

Calgary (WHL)

Landon Ferraro

5’11”

165 lbs.

08/08/91

Vancouver, BC

Red Deer (WHL)

Curtis Hamilton

6’1”

188 lbs.

12/04/91

Kelowna, BC

Saskatoon (WHL)

Ryan Howse

5’11”

183 lbs.

07/06/91

Prince George, BC

Chilliwack (WHL)



 
 

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