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Armstrong, Goulet, and Disher named to Team BC

A trio of Peace Region hockey players named to the U18 Team BC.

A trio of Peace Region hockey players were named to the U18 Team B.C. today. Dawson Creek's Hailey Armstrong, as well as Keagan Goulet and Brooke Disher of Fort St. John will represent B.C. at the 2021 Western Regional Women's U18 Championship in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, November 1 to 6. 

The U18 Team B.C. was originally set to compete in Dawson Creek at the 2021 U18 National Women's U18 Championship, starting October 31, but Hockey Canada cancelled the event on September 27 due to the ongoing pandemic. 

“We are extremely pleased to be at this point after all of the uncertainty that has been clouding the U18 Female program,” Commissioner of BC Hockey’s Program of Excellence Fred Zweep said in a press release. 

The three girls, along with Kasey Ditner of Fort St. John, were invited to the provincial training camp in Pitt Meadows, August 19 to 22, with hopes of representing their province in front of their hometown fans and family at the Ovintiv Event Centre. 

Armstrong and Goulet currently play for the Northern Capitals of the BCEHL in Prince George, while Disher plays for Rink Hockey Academy of the CSSHL in Kelowna. 

Disher currently has three points in seven games for Rink. 

Team BC last competed at the U18 level at the 2019 Canada Winter Games, in March 2019, winning bronze. 

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