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Team Flyers Male U16 BC Cup Champions
Sunday, April 19, 2009

Team Flyers captured the prestigious Male U16 BC Cup defeating Team Canucks 7-2.  The Male U16 BC Cup was held at the Sunwave Centre in Salmon Arm, BC from April 16-19, 2009.  The top 160 Male Under 16 players were invited to attend the annual event.  A statistical package for the event can be viewed on the BC Hockey website under the Male U16 section 

The Canucks opened the scoring 30 seconds into the game with a goal by Jason Siebert (Abbotsford, BC).  The Flyers were able to re-group and score three (3) consecutive goals to end the period.  Goal scorers for the Flyers were Justin Hickman (Kelowna, BC), Matt Bissett (Pitt Meadows, BC) and John Adam (Revelstoke, BC).  The Flyers continued their momentum into the second period with a goal by Conner Krupa (Victoria, BC).  The Canucks cut the lead to two (2) with a goal by Travis Banleil (Kelowna, BC).  The Flyers added three (3) more in the third period to complete the 7-2 win.  Goal scorers for the Flyers in the third period were Griffin Reinhart (West Vancouver, BC), Justin Hickman with his second and Matt Bissett with his second.

2009 Male U16 BC Cup Final Standings











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The Bronze Medal game pitted Team Stars against Team Avalanche.  The Stars jumped out to a fast start scoring two (2) unanswered goals in the first period.  Goal scorers for the Stars were Mitchell Steinke (North Vancouver, BC) and Jeffery Kennedy (Terrace, BC).  The Avalanche re-grouped after the first intermission and scored a pair in the second period.  Goal scorers for the Avalanche in the second were Austin Evans (Tsawwassen, BC) and Jari Erricson (Prince George, BC).  The Avalanche continued their momentum in the third period scoring two (2) more unanswered goals to win the Bronze Medal 4-2.  Goal scorers for the Avalanche in the third were Brodyn Nielsen (Garibaldi Highlands, BC) and Carsen Willans (Nelson, BC).

The Consolation game had Team Wild playing against Team Maple Leafs.  The teams exchanged goals in the first period with the Wild striking first.  Tyler Girbav (Prince Rupert, BC) scored for the Wild and Scott Willick (Fort St. James) scored for the Leafs.  The Wild scored first again in the second period with a marker by Connor Rankin (North Vancouver, BC).  The Leafs responded with two (2) late second period goals by Tanner Fjellstrom (Prince George, BC) and Matthieu Bellerive (North Vancouver, BC).  The Leafs continued their momentum into the third period with a goal by Kyle Shannon (Trail, BC).  The Wild cut the lead to one (1) with a marker by Josh Mack (Quesnel, BC), but this was quickly answered by the Leaf’s Willick.  This is how the game would end, 5-3 for the Leafs.

The Seventh Place game had Team Bruins taking on Team Thrashers.  The teams exchanged goals in the first period with Ryan Olsen (Delta, BC) scoring for the Bruins and Brandon Seyl (Revelstoke, BC) scoring for the Thrashers.  The Thrashers struck mid-way through the second period with a goal by Troy Kaczynski (Richmond, BC).  The Bruins finished the period strong scoring two (2) goals in the final five (5) minutes.  Jesse Knowler (Trail, BC) scored both goals for the Bruins.  The Thrashers re-grouped after the second intermission and came out strong.  Craig Vienneau (Kitimat, BC) scored for the Thrashers three (3) minutes into the period to tie the game at three (3) and this is how the game would end.

The Male Under 16 Program was designed by BC Hockey to instruct and prepare High Performance players for future opportunities in the BC Hockey High Performance Program.  Open Zone Camps are held during the first weekend of January for players 15 years or younger.  From each zone, 20 players are selected to compete in the jamboree style U16 BC Cup.  A jamboree style tournament is when the 20 players selected from each zone are mixed together to form the eight (8) teams. 



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