Nadeau brothers winners at BCHL’s Outdoor Skills Competition

BCHL- The BCHL has concluded its long-awaited 60th Anniversary All-Star Weekend event in Penticton, B.C. after hosting a Top Prospects Game at the South Okanagan Events Centre on Friday and an outdoor skills competition, Alumni & Friends Game and All-Star Tournament on an outdoor rink on Saturday.

“This weekend was well over a year in the making and we are thrilled with how it turned out,” said BCHL Deputy Commissioner and COO Steven Cocker. “A huge thank you goes out to the City of Penticton for hosting us and contributing so significantly to this event. We would also like to recognize the players who came out and represented the BCHL so well. We hope this was a weekend you will never forget.”

Photo: Damon James / Island Images
Photo: Damon James / Island Images

“And finally, a thank you to our wonderful event sponsors, volunteers and fans who really helped make everything come together.”

The outdoor festivities got started on Saturday afternoon with the skills competition. The winners for each event were:

    • Fastest skater: Mateo Dixon – Coquitlam Express (8.18 seconds)
    • Puck control relay: Nathan Mackie – Salmon Arm Silverbacks (12.88 seconds)
    • Accuracy shooting: Josh Nadeau – Penticton Vees (11.98 seconds)
    • Hardest shot: Bradly Nadeau – Penticton Vees (92 MPH)
    • Breakaway save competition: Eli Pulver – Surrey Eagles (5/6)