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BC Hockey Players Invited to Canada’s National Junior Selection Camp
Friday, December 08, 2006

BC Hockey would like to congratulate the five hockey players from British Columbia invited to the 2006-2007 National Junior Selection Camp which will be held December 10-15, 2006 at the Father David Bauer Olympic Arena in Calgary, AB.

 

Player

Pos

Ht

Wt

Birthdate

Hometown

2006-2007 WHL Team

Carey Price

G

6’2”

217

08/16/1987

Anaheim Lake

Tri-City Americans

Karl Alzner

D

6’2”

209

09/24/1988

Burnaby

Calgary Hitmen

Cody Franson

D

6’3”

204

08/08/1987

Sicamous

Vancouver Giants

Ben Maxwell

F

6’1”

177

03/30/1988

North Vancouver

Kootenay Ice

Kenndal McArdle

F

6’0”

205

01/04/1987

Burnaby

Vancouver Giants

 

A graduate of the BC Hockey Male High Performance Program, Price was one of twelve Canadian goaltenders selected to attend the National Program of Excellence Goaltender Camp this past June. He also attended the National Junior Team Development Camp in July. In April 2005, he took home silver as a member of Team Canada at the IIHF World Under 18 Hockey Championships. Price was selected as a recipient of a 2005 Premier’s Athletic Award. In August 2004, he backstopped Team Canada to take home gold at the Under 18 Junior World Cup. He was also a member of the 2004 Team Pacific that won silver at 2004 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge in January 2004.

 

Alzner is a graduate of the BC Hockey Male High Performance Program, and he attended the National Junior Team Development Camp this past July. In 2005, he won silver at the 2005 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge as a member of Team Pacific.

 

Franson attended the National Junior Team Development Camp this past July. He is a graduate of the BC Hockey Male High Performance Program and his team finished third at the U17 BC Cup in 2003.

 

Another graduate of the BC Hockey Male High Performance Program, Maxwell was named Captain of Canada’s 2006 IIHF World Under 18 Championship Team. Although invited to the National Junior Team Development Camp this past July, he was unable to attend due to injury. He was named Team Cherry’s Player of the Game at the 2006 Home Hardware CHL / NHL Top Prospects Game in January. Maxwell was a member Team Canada at the Under 18 Junior World Cup in August 2005, and as a member of the 2005 Team Pacific he won silver at the 2005 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge in January 2005.

 

McArdle attended the National Junior Team Development Camp this past July. He is also a graduate of the BC Hockey Male High Performance Program where he won gold at the 2003 U17 BC Cup. He was also one of 46 players invited to the BC Hockey 2003 U17 Provincial Camp.

 

A total of 38 players were invited to the camp. All practices December 10-14 will be open to the public. Tickets for the intersquad games on December 12 and 13 will be $5.00 and only available for purchase at the door, beginning two hours before game time.

 

On December 14, Team Canada will square off against the CIS Western Conference All-Star Team. Tickets for the game will be $10.00 and sold only at the door, beginning two hours before the puck drops. The tickets will also provide access to the Albert Junior A Hockey League Game between the Calgary Royals and Okotoks Oilers that evening.

 

Players selected from the camp will represent Canada at the 2007 IIHF World Junior Championships in Sweden December 26, 2006 to January 5, 2007. Canada will face off against Sweden at 10:00 am PST on Boxing Day for their first game. The game will be broadcast live by TSN / RDS (check local listings).

 

For additional information on the National Junior Selection Camp and 2007 IIHF World Junior Championships, visit www.hockeycanada.ca. 

 

Email info@bcaha.net for more information about BC Hockey.

 

 

 


 
      

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