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NEWS: Norlin and Salandra Up For BCHL All Star Game Fan Vote

WEST KELOWNA, B.C. – The BC Hockey League announced on Monday the final 10 roster spots for the 2023 All Star Game in Penticton, BC will be selected via fan vote with West Kelowna Warriors defenseman Isaiah Norlin and forward Michael Salandra nominated to participate.

At least one player from each team has been nominated in the fan vote with the top 10 in votes being selected for the event. They will join the previously announced list of 18 players that were selected from a vote by the league’s Competition Committee that included Warriors forward Jaiden Moriello.

The voting will begin on Monday, November 21st at 10:00 AM and conclude on Friday, November 25th at 4:00 PM while fans can cast their vote at

The list of players who are nominated for the fan vote are as follows:


Coastal Conference:

Alberni: Matthew Maltais (F)

Chilliwack: AJ Lacroix (F)

Coquitlam: Mateo Dixon (F)

Coquitlam: Gavin Giesbrecht (F)

Cowichan Valley: Massimo Lombardi (F)

Langley: Garrett Valk (D)

Nanaimo: Ethan Mistry (D)

Nanaimo: Brody Waters (F)

Powell River: Jack Blanchett (D)

Surrey: Aaron Schwartz (F)

Surrey: Tate Taylor (D)

Victoria: Owen Bohn (F)

Victoria: Hoyt Stanley (D)

Interior Conference:

Cranbrook: Rhys Bentham (D)

Cranbrook: Noah Quinn (F)

Merritt: Tristan Allen (D)

Penticton: Josh Nadeau (F)

Penticton: Aydar Suniev (F)

Prince George: Linden Makow (F)

Salmon Arm: Nathan Mackie (F)

Trail: Nicholas Remissong (F)

Vernon: Luke Pakulak (F)

Wenatchee: David Hejduk (D)

Wenatchee: Ean Somoza (F)

West Kelowna: Isaiah Norlin (D)

West Kelowna: Michael Salandra (F)


Coastal Conference:

Langley: Ajeet Gundarah

Nanaimo: Aidan Campbell

Surrey: Eli Pulver

Victoria: Oliver Auyeung-Ashton

Interior Conference:

Cranbrook: Nathan Airey

Penticton: Luca Di Pasquo

Prince George: Jordan Fairlie

Salmon Arm: Matthew Tovell

The Warriors (12-5-2-0) are back in action with a trip up north as they will get set for a weekend of games against the Prince George Spruce Kings (12-6-1-1) that begins on Friday night at the Kopar Memorial Arena. Puck drop is slated for 7:00 PM on Friday with the game being broadcasted live on AM 1150 as well as streamed online on