NOVEMBER 29, 2015 Carter Turnbull The VIJHL and the Nanaimo Buccaneers are proud to hear the
great news that Carter Turnbull has been selected to attend
the 2015 Canada West Selection Camp, along with Carter are
teamates Stefan Wornig, Kyle Betts, all been selected for the
The camp and will eventually pick a Canada West roster that
will compete at the 2015 World Junior A Challenge in Whitby
and Coberg, Ontario from December 13th to 19th. Carter
Presently is playing for the Powell River kings and a hockey
product of Nanaimo Minor Hockey.
Here’s the release from the BCHL, including the rest of the
Canada West roster:
There will be 18 players from the BCHL among the hopefuls
for Team Canada West and the 2015 World Junior A Challenge
The team will be selected from players from the BCHL, Alberta
Junior Hockey League, Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League,
Manitoba Junior Hockey League and Superior International
Junior Hockey League.
The Chilliwack Chiefs will be sending the most players to the
camp from the BCHL with five. Powell River will send three. In
all, 18 BCHL players will be trying out.
The AJHL is sending the most to the tryout with 24.
Team Canada West has won gold at the WJAC on three
occasions, the last being in 2011 in Langley. The United States
has claimed gold six times, including the last three years in a
row. Only Canada West or the U.S. has ever won the event
since its inception in 2006.
The 2015 WJAC will be co-hosted by Whitby and Cobourg,
Ont. from Dec. 13 to 19.
Also representing the BCHL on Team Canada West will be
league executive director Trevor Alto, who will be the team’s
director of operations and Coquitlam Express head coach
Barry Wolff who will be an assistant coach under Tim Fragle
Alex Rosolowsky, a Calgary native, led the Storm to a 6-2 victory over the Saanich Braves with his first career hatrick. Alex has been a major Factor in the Storms current 9 game winning streak including 5 goals, 5 assists for 10 points in his last 5 games. The VIJHL congratulates Alex for all his hard work.