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For Immediate Release 

March 29, 2023

Saanichton, B.C. - The British Columbia Elite Hockey League (BCEHL) is excited to announce the all-star teams for the 2022-23 season in the Female U18 AAA, U18 AAA, U17 AAA and U15 AAA leagues. The all-star teams are selected based off of regular season performance. 

Female U18 AAA 

The 2022-23 Female U18 AAA All Star team is:

Rebecca Noble (G)
Fraser Valley Rush / Richmond Ravens
Aynsley D’Ottavio (D)
Fraser Valley Rush / Chilliwack MHA
Hannah Robertson (D)
Thompson-Okanagan Lakers / Greater Vernon MHA
Leah Barnard (F)
Fraser Valley Rush / Tri-Cities Female IHA
Grace Gonyer (F)
Vancouver Island Seals / Nanaimo MHA
Vienna Rubin (F) Fraser Valley Rush / North Shore Female IHA

After a 30-2-0-0 regular season the Fraser Valley Rush had four players selected as all-stars in the Female U18 league. Goaltender Rebecca Noble finished the regular season with a perfect 16-0-0-0 record that included a league-best 0.96 goals against average and five shutouts. Selected to her second consecutive Female U18 All-Star team, Aynsley D'Ottavio led all defenders with 54 points (15g-39a) in 28 games. Fraser Valley forward Leah Barnard posted a league-high 60 points (26g-34a) in 31 games played, and was chosen as October's Female U18 Player of the Month. Rush forward Vienna Rubin registered 42 points (19g-23a) in 26 games played, en route to her second consecutive Female U18 All-Star team selection.

Thompson-Okanagan Lakers defender Hannah Robertson got the all-star nod after she posted 11 points (2g-9a), that included two goals of the game-winning variety, and helped her Lakers to a second-place finish in the regular season standings.

Vancouver Island Seals forward Grace Gonyer was selected as an all-star after she finished second among all Female U18 skaters with 23 goals, and ranked fifth in points with 32. Gonyer also led the league in power play points with 12.


The 2022-23 U18 AAA All Star team is: 

Josh Ravensbergen (G)
Vancouver NW Hawks / North Vancouver MHA
Aiden Bayliffe (D)
Vancouver NE Chiefs / Whistler MHA
Brandon Petrie (D)
Greater Vancouver Canadians / Vancouver T-Birds MHA
Josh Kelly (F)
Vancouver NE Chiefs / Port Moody MHA
Nishaan Parmar (F)
Valley West Giants / Surrey MHA
Erik Pastro (F)
Okanagan Rockets / Greater Vernon MHA

Vancouver NW Hawks goaltender Josh Ravensbergen was chosen as the all-star netminder for the U18 league after he led all goaltenders in starts (22), wins (15) and posted a 2.10 goals against average, which was second among all goalies in the U18 league.

A pair of Vancouver NE Chiefs skaters have been selected as 2022-23 All-Stars. Defender Aiden Bayliffe led all U18 defenders in regular season points with 38 (7g-31a). November's U18 Player of the Month, Josh Kelly, finished third in U18 scoring with 64 points (34g-30a) and led all U18 skaters in goals

Greater Vancouver Canadians defender Brandon Petrie received all-star status when he finished fourth in defensive scoring with 26 points (8g-18a) in 34 games. He helped his team to a first-place finish in the regular season with a record of 27-3-4-2.

After a second-place finish in the U18 scoring race, Valley West Giants' forward Nishaan Parmar is an all-star selection. Parmar registered 66 points (25g-41a) in 34 games, and finished the regular season in a tie for first in assists.

After leading U18 league is scoring, Erik Pastro received the all-star nod after he registered 67 points (32g-35a) in 32 games. This helped propel his team to a 26-5-2-1 record, good enough for second place in the regular season standings. Pastro was also selected as the U18 Player of the Month in February.

U17 AAA 

The 2022-23 U17 AAA All Star team is:

Jake Torget (G)
Fraser Valley Thunderbirds/ Langley MHA
Max Kelly (D)
Vancouver NW Hawks / North Vancouver MHA
Jared Miskiw (D)
Valley West Giants / Surrey MHA
Noah Paulsen (F)
Thompson Blazers / Kamloops MHA
Baden Pazdzierski (F)
Vancouver NW Hawks / Burnaby Winter Club
Manwinder Sandu (F)
Fraser Valley Thunderbirds / Abbotsford MHA

A pair of Fraser Valley Thunderbirds have been selected as all-stars. Goaltender Jake Torget enjoyed a campaign that saw him rank first in wins (17), goals against average (1.51) and shutouts (5), and was recognized as the U17 Player of the Month in October. Forward Manwinder Sandhu put up 55 points (18g-37a) in 36 games played, which was tied for second place in league scoring.

The Vancouver NW Hawks duo of Max Kelly and Baden Pazdzierski have received all-star honours. Kelly's 10 goals during the regular season ranked second among all U17 defenders, while his 31 points was good for fourth. Pazdzierski finished atop the U17 scoring race with 59 points (19g-40a) and received U17 Player of the Month honours in January.

Valley West Giants defender Jared Miskiw received his all-star nod after he tied for the league lead in scoring among all U17 blueliners with 32 points (3g-29a) in 36 games played. Miskiw helped his Giants to a 20-11-2-3 record in the regular season.

All-Star Noah Paulsen found the back of the net a league-leading 28 times to go along with 20 assists in 36 regular season games, finishing fourth in points (48) among all U17 skaters. The Thompson Blazers forward also led the league with 11 power play goals.

U15 AAA 

The 2022-23 U15 AAA All Star Team is:

Roman Singh (G)
Valley West Giants / Surrey MHA
Kylen Martens (D)
Okanagan Rockets / Summerland MHA
Kaden Meyer (D)
Greater Vancouver Canadians / South Delta MHA
Deegan Holding (F)
Fraser Valley Thunderbirds / Chilliwack MHA
Charlie Robinson (F)
Vancouver NE Chiefs / Burnaby Winter Club
Gavin Wood (F)
Okanagan Rockets / Kelowna MHA

Goaltender Roman Singh has been named an all-star after he posted a record of 10-1-2-0, to go along with a 2.27 goals against average, and a pair of shutouts between the pipes for the Valley West Giants this season. Singh helped his team to a 19-7-4-0 record during the regular season.

A pair of Okanagan Rockets skaters were named to the All-Star team. Defender Kylen Martens finished the regular season with 22 points (8g-14a), which ranked third among U15 defenders. Gavin Wood placed third in regular season scoring with 43 points (21g-22a) and was February's U15 Player of the Month.

Defender Kaden Meyer was chosen as an all-star after he led all U15 defenders with 24 points (8g-16a) in 28 regular season games and helped his Greater Vancouver Canadians to a 17-9-2-2 record.

Fraser Valley Thunderbirds forward Deegan Holding totaled 44 points in 30 games, which placed the captain in second place among U15 skaters in scoring and secured an all-star selection. Holding helped Fraser Valley attain a record of 15-12-2-1 during the regular season.

Charlie Robinson grabbed his all-star spot after he finished the regular season with a league-high 51 points and 37 goals. The Vancouver NE Chiefs captain was the lone player to score at over a goal-per-game pace on the season, accomplishing this in just 26 games. Robinson's efforts in the month of October earned him Player of the Month honours in the U15 league.