MML all-star game at GPRC Friday

The best of the best in BC Hockey’s Major Midget League will put their skills on display tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 17) at the George Preston Recreation Centre.

The MML All-Star Game begins at 6 p.m. at the GPRC.

For Friday’s game, 42 players (12 defencemen, 24 forwards and six goaltenders) have been selected, with at least one player representing each of the 11 Major Midget League teams.

Players were evaluated on their on-ice and off-ice performance by the All-Star Game selection committee.  

Notable MML graduates who have competed in the all-star game include Griffin Reinhart of the Edmonton Oil Kings (Team Blue 2010); Ryan Nugent-Hopkins of the Edmonton Oilers (Team White 2009); Brett Connolly of the Tampa Bay Lighting (Team White 2008); and Evander Kane of the Winnipeg Jets (Team White 2007).

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