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For Immediate Release
March 9, 2022
Saanichton, B.C. – Each month the British Columbia Elite Hockey League (BCEHL) honours one player from each of the four leagues as the BCEHL Player of the Month for their respective league. Every team has the opportunity to nominate an individual from their team to be considered for the monthly award. This award is not based strictly on statistics. Team staff factors in the player’s on-and-off ice contributions towards the team as well as their involvement within the community and minor hockey mentorship.

The February Player of the Month Award will be the final of the 2021-22 season because after this, it's all about the playoffs.

Female U18 AAA

#16 Hailey Armstrong
Northern Capitals
Dawson Creek, BC

Hailey Armstrong was as impactful off the ice this month as she was on it. She volunteered her time this past month mentoring young players from her hometown Dawson Creek MHA U12 Female team by supporting the coaching staff at practices with player development.

On the ice, Armstrong had a month to remember. In her six BCEHL games in February Armstrong registered six goals and tallied an additional six assists. She also had an impressive showing at the Fraser Valley Classic tournament where she recorded 10 goals and five assists in just five games, leading her team to the final game of the tournament and earning herself tournament MVP honours.


#1 Aiden Fischer
Vancouver NW Hawks
North Vancouver, BC

Aiden Fischer has been volunteering early in the morning on Monday's all season long to work with goalies in his local NVMHA U13 team, and his commitment is being recognized this month. Along with the time he spends mentoring on the ice, he has also been tutoring elementary school students off the ice as well.

Not only is Fischer a prominent fixture in his community, he is also a key cog in the Vancouver NW Hawks' success in February. He backstopped his team to six wins in just eight games, and recorded one shutout along the way. His coaches said that his effort in practice is a big reason why he sees success on the ice when the games begin.


#91 Parker White
Cariboo Cougars
Prince George, BC

Parker White is a deserving winner of the Player of the Month, and this stems largely from his commitment to the team and his drive to succeed. His coaches say he is always the first player on the ice and the last off it. He also practices with the U18 AAA team throughout the week.

White has provided impressive production to the Cougars' lineup this season, and especially in the month of February. He recorded five goals and added seven assists in just eight games.


#10 Coltan White
Valley West Giants
Surrey, BC

Coltan White has been an important piece to the Valley West Giants' success so far this season, and he has also been an important person in his community. This past month Coltan spoke at a local middle school about the importance of balancing school and playing hockey, and the importance on playing multiple sports to grow into a stronger overall athlete.

In February, White was one of the most impactful players on the Giants' roster. He was a key defensive player, while also being an integral skater at the other end of the ice, where he recorded eight goals and eight assists in just six games this month. He currently sits second in the league in points, recording 62 in just 30 games, with only two contests left in the regular season.