For a second consecutive year, the North Vancouver Wolf Pack is sending a player to the BCHC Prospects game!
The British Columbia Hockey Conference announced today the Pacific Junior Hockey League Roster that will compete in the second annual BCHC Prospects Game on Tuesday, November 28th, at the McArthur Park Arena in Kamloops, BC.
Rylan Oatman is currently second in team scoring with 13 goals and 25 assists for 38 points in 22 games. The right-shot forward has produced 1.73 points per game through the year’s first half. The Squamish, BC, native is first in assists with 25 and third in goals with 13 on the Wolf Pack.
“Making the BCHC game means a lot to me because it is awesome to be recognized by the league,” said Oatman. I have enjoyed the first half of the season so far. Getting to know many new teammates and friends has been great,” added Oatman.
Oatman has stood out on the Wolf Pack scoresheets and the entire league. His 38 points give him a 12-point lead as the PJHL rookie leader. When looking at the rookie leaders, Oatman is third in goals (13) and first in assists (25).
“Rylan is a great player. He works very hard and has earned the opportunity to play in this game,” said Wolf Pack Head Coach and Assistant General Manager Mike Borrelli.
The PJHL’s roster selection process has been guided by Head Coach Aldo Bruno, Assistant Coaches Andy Liboiron and Cullen Revel, and Operation Managers Derek Bedard, Will Kump, and Clayton Robinson over the past month. Prospects Game rosters are composed primarily of 2006- and 2007-born players, with a maximum of six 2005-born players eligible to be selected.