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PREVIEW: Langley Trappers vs. North Van Wolf Pack (Game #43)

It’s alumni night in North Vancouver as the team celebrates 15 seasons in the PJHL by hosting the Langley Trappers.




GM/HC: Brad Bakken

Road Record: 17-1-1-1

Record: 30-7-1-3 (41 games)

Last Game: A 5-3 home victory over the Flames on Wednesday.

Goals: Yahn (18, 19, 20), Coopman (8), Hylands (13)

Goaltending: Haylock 23/26

Special teams: 0/3 PP, 4/4 PK

Goals For/Goals Against: 182 GF/95 GA (+87)

Power Play: 44/183 (24.04%)

Penalty Kill: 26/178 (85.39%)

Leading Scorers: Brock Mierzejewski (33GP – 25G – 31A – 56PTS), Hayden Yahn (39GP –  20G – 26A – 46PTS), Jordan Kujala (41GP–10G–36A– 46PTS)




General Manager: Dean Samson

Head Coach: Mike Borrelli

Record: 21-17-2-1 (42 games)

Home Record: 11-8-1-0

Last Game: A 4-3 road loss against the Flames last night.

Goals: Carniel (14), Burgess (2), Penman (11)

Goaltending: Tritt 29/32

Special teams: 0/7 PP, 1/4 PK

Goals For/Goals Against: 151 GF/157 GA (-6)

Power Play: 46/199 (23.12%)

Penalty Kill: 43/177 (75.71%)

Leading Scorers: JJ Pickell (39GP – 31G – 24A – 55PTS), Andrew Casellato (36GP – 15G – 30A – 45PTS), Ryan Hunter (34GP – 7G – 32A -39PTS)



  • This is the final game of the month for the Langley Trappers. Langley has a record of 6-2 in their first eight games of the month.
  • This is the final game of the month for North Vancouver. The Wolf Pack have gone 6-1 in their first seven games of the month.
  • Langley enters the game in second place in the PJHL. The Trappers are two points back of the Richmond Sockeyes and have a game at hand.
  • Hayden Yahn had a hat trick in his past game. Yahn sits second on his team in scoring with 20 goals and 26 assists for 46 points in 39 games.
  • Tonight marks the sixth time that Wolf Pack Captain Alex Binette plays Langley in his career.
  • The Trappers have the second-best penalty-kill in the league at 85.4%.
  • Billy Johal played his first game with the Wolf Pack last night, since December 8 against the Richmond Sockeyes.


Final Words

This is the fourth and final regular-season meeting between these two teams. The Trappers took the first two victories in a 5-1 victory on September 14 and a 5-2 win on October 8. The Wolf Pack look to tie the season series up tonight as they won the most recent game 5-3 on November 30.