Langley Rivermen – Eligible Returnees and Graduating Players:

20-year-old Ryan Barrow of Banff led Langley in scoring in 2016-17 with 68 points in 51 games.
He’s off to the University of Denver in September 2017.
Photo credit: Garrett James (http://garrettjamesphoto.photoshelter.com/index)

Graduating Players

Ryan Barrow (University of Denver)
Frank Boie (College of the Holy Cross)
Andrew Dumaresque (College of the Holy Cross)
Bo Didur (Penn State University)
Cameron Ginnetti (Clarkson University)
Max Kaufman (University of Vermont)
Gavin Payne (Rochester Polytechnic University)
Reid Yochim (Princeton University)
Zac Masson (aged out)
Cooper Leitch (aged out)

Eligible Returnees
(* indicates an open spot – assuming the team goes with 13 forwards and 8 defencemen)

Forwards
Satchel Clendenin (97)
Eric Butte (97)
Nicholas Ponak (97)
Baylee Wright (98)
Angus Crookshank (99)
Sean Gulka (00)
Brendan Budy (00)
*
*
*
*
*
*

Defencemen
McKay Flanagan (97)
John Schuldt (97)
Spencer Berry (98)
Jake Livingstone (99)
*
*
*
*

Goaltenders
Braedon Fleming (99)
*

Top 20 BCHL Under-20 Leading Scorers:

Image: Langley Rivermen

Name
Team
GP
G
A
PTS
PPG
PIM
1.
Ryan Barrow
Langley
32
20
29
49
1.53
20
2.
Jordan Kawaguchi
Chilliwack
32
23
24
47
1.47
18
3.
Troy Conzo
Wenatchee
35
12
34
46
1.31
16
4.
Cameron Donaldson
Powell River
37
23
21
44
1.19
10
5.
Kale Howarth
Trail
33
21
22
43
1.30
14
6.
Jonny Evans
Powell River
38
18
23
41
1.08
31
7.
Colin Burston
Wenatchee
33
15
25
40
1.21
43
8.
Cameron Ginnetti
Langley
35
5
35
40
1.14
14
9.
Kohen Olischefski
Chilliwack
35
11
28
39
1.11
34
10.
A.J. Vanderbeck
Wenatchee
33
22
16
38
1.15
14
11.
Max Newton
Cowichan Valley
37
18
20
38
1.03
40
12.
Jared Domin
Cowichan Valley
37
17
21
38
1.03
48
13.
Tyler Welsh
West Kelowna/Victoria
31
17
19
36
1.16
22
14.
Matthew Baker
Wenatchee
35
15
21
36
1.03
16
15.
Grant Cruikshank
Penticton
35
23
11
34
0.97
14
16.
Dakota Raabe
Wenatchee
35
12
20
32
0.91
21
17.
Christopher Klack
Penticton
35
10
21
31
0.89
20
18.
Trevor Cosgrove
Alberni Valley
31
8
23
31
1.00
24
19.
Steven Jandric
Vernon
36
18
12
30
0.83
47
20.
Thomas Lee
Chilliwack
35
14
16
30
0.86
29

Vees Win 2015 Western Canada Cup, Barrow Commits to Rivermen, Hards Set to Join Spruce Kings, Roseboom Added to Chiefs:

For the second time since the inaugural tournament three years ago, a BCHL team has claimed the Western Canada Cup championship. Connor Chartier scored 2:59 into overtime to give Penticton a 4-3 win over Portage to claim the title Saturday night. The Vees and Terriers were already guaranteed spots in the RBC Cup (Portage as host, and Penticton as one of the two finalists at the WCC), so both teams were playing to have their name engraved on the trophy. The Vees are the second BCHL team to win the Western Canada Cup after Surrey did back in 2013. 

2015 WESTERN CANADA CUP
(at Fort McMurray, AB)

Saturday, April 25: Penticton (BCHL) def. Spruce Grove (AJHL) 11-3 (718)
Fort McMurray (Host) def. Portage MJHL) 3-1 (929)

Sunday, April 26: Portage (MJHL) def. Melfort (SJHL) 6-3 (749)
Penticton (BCHL) def. Fort McMurray (Host) 6-0 (979)

Monday, April 27: Spruce Grove (AJHL) def. Melfort (SJHL) 4-3 (OT) (761)
Tuesday, April 28: Portage (MJHL) def. Penticton (BCHL) 3-2 (705)
Fort McMurray (Host) def. Spruce Grove (AJHL) 5-4 (894)

Wednesday, April 29: Penticton (BCHL) def. Melfort (SJHL) 3-1 (782)

Thursday, April 30: Portage (MJHL) def. Spruce Grove (AJHL) 4-2 (701)
Fort McMurray (Host) def. Melfort (SJHL) 3-2 (OT) (1,154)

Saturday, May 2: Melfort (SJHL) def. Fort McMurray (Host) 4-2 (1,154)
Penticton (BCHL) def. Portage (MJHL) 4-3 (OT) (943)

Sunday, May 3: Melfort (SJHL) vs. Portage (MJHL) – 3 p.m. PST








Langley announced the commitment of 18-year-old forward Ryan Barrow for the 2015-16 season. Barrow is from Cochrane, AB, and had 63 points (24 goals, 39 assists) in 31 games with the Banff Bears of the Heritage Junior B Hockey League. He added 65 points (25 goals, 40 assists) in 27 games with the Banff Hockey Academy Prep team, which plays in the Canadian Sport School Hockey League.


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16-year-old forward Darren Hards has committed to the Surrey Eagles for next season. The Prince George product had 35 points (14 goals, 21 assists) in 34 games with the Cariboo Cougars of the BC Major Midget League in 2014-15.




Forward Ryan Roseboom is among the new recruits listed on the Chilliwack Chiefs roster on the BCHL website. The 18-year-old from Terrace, BC spent 2014-15 with the Osoyoos Coyotes of the Kootenay International Junior B Hockey League. Roseboom had 44 points (16 goals, 28 assists) in 45 games with the Coyotes. He also had one goal in three games with the Chiefs as an affiliate player.

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